Sue Bailey

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Like a 'miracle': Fogo Island Inn a lucrative success off Newfoundland's coast

The hotel on the island called "heaven" by Gwyneth Paltrow is marking its fifth anniversary.

Marine refuge uncertainty strands oil investment off Newfoundland, says Dwight Ball

Uncertainty over federal efforts to protect marine areas doesn't help the province during an unprecedented cash crunch, Dwight Ball said Tuesday.

No rest for the retired: Opioid crisis fills empty nests as grandparents step up

The opioid crisis is throwing many grandparents into the demanding role of caregiver at a time when they expected to enjoy more financial freedom and relaxation.

Judge rules Roman Catholic corporation not liable for 1950s abuse at Mount Cashel

The corporation is not liable because a senior priest likely didn't believe boys who reported it, a judge ruled Tuesday.

Prominent family's luxury home ruffles feathers in Battery neighbourhood of St. John's

Construction of a private home at the western edge of the Battery overlooking the harbour is not setting well with those who currently live in the area.

Welcome to the Rock: St. John's Canada's most open city, populism poll suggests

A new poll suggests St. John's is Canada's most "open" city, where populist politics — including support for restrictions on newcomers, are least likely to thrive.

Quebec company touts seal meat as 'Canadian superfood'

SeaDNA's campaign says seal meat is leaner than domesticated beef and chicken, and has no added hormones or antibiotics.

Lack of legal aid leaves too many defendants to represent themselves: top judge

Canada's top judge blames a lack of legal aid funding for what she says is the major challenge facing the criminal system — access to justice, especially for the poor and marginalized.

Residents demand review as fears grow over Muskrat Falls dam

A nagging dread is keeping Craig Chaulk up at night.

Thank you note from Trump is 'memorabilia' for Newfoundland political watcher

In a world of political cynicism and voter apathy, Doug Kavanagh is the ultimate engaged citizen.

'They're doing it right on the street': New gas-sniffing crisis grips Natuashish Innu

Fifteen years after the Innu of Davis Inlet were moved to a fresh start in nearby Natuashish, leaders are once again fighting to keep kids as young as 11 from sniffing gas.

Trial hears arguments over whether 'child-like' sex doll constitutes child porn

A sex doll at the centre of a trial in Newfoundland and Labrador had some "breast budding" but is still "child-like," a forensic psychiatrist testified Thursday.

Heart pills or food? Wabush Mines pensioners struggle after benefits cut

Jim Skinner thought after a 35-year career at the Wabush iron ore mine in Labrador he'd be set for the golden retirement he had earned. He was wrong.

Assaults soar in Newfoundland's Dickens-era jail: 'It's a tinderbox'

Assaults at the crumbling jail more than doubled to 41 in 2016 from 19 the year before, and critics say the appalling structure should be bulldozed.

Newfoundland man diagnosed with schizophrenia sues over forced injection in car

A man diagnosed with schizophrenia who says he was forcibly injected by a health worker in the back of a car is suing Newfoundland's largest health authority.