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The Compass 16h
More often than he'd like to see when tending to an accident scene, Avondale's fire chief witnesses people behind the wheel taking pictures with their cellphones as they pass. He says this behaviour endangers first responders.
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The Compass 20h
Great feature from The Telegram on Charles Moores, 101-year-old veteran from Carbonear who survived a torpedo attack during the Second World War. Pictured with Moores is Irving Wareham, also originally from Carbonear.
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ConceptionBayMuseum Nov 12
The Conception Bay Museum is holding its Annual General Meeting on Monday, November 19, at 6:00 p.m. at Hotel Harbour Grace.
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The Compass 21h
We have covering Carbonear (5:30) and Bay Roberts (7) council meetings later today. will check out Holyrood (5:30).
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The Compass 21h
That controversy over the enforcement of the 1.6-kilometre rule for busing to schools is still out there.
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The Compass Nov 11
There were plenty of people present at this morning's Remembrance Day ceremony in Carbonear.
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Town of Carbonear Nov 11
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The Compass Nov 11
Veterans like Ed Mahoney and Ed Smith, pictured, were very appreciative to see so many young people out for Sunday's ceremony in Holyrood.
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The Compass Nov 11
"They say there wasn’t a family in Newfoundland that wasn’t touched by the tragedy on July 1.” Remembering the horrors of the First World War.
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Avondale Fire Dept Nov 10
Please slow down roads are very slippery and watch out for 1st responders who are responding to numerous accidents
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The Compass Nov 10
Keith Thomas of the Carbonear Historical Society spoke with The Compass about the banners honouring veterans. His uncle and grandfather served in the Second and First World Wars respectively.
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The Compass Nov 9
Some 'concrete' news to share today about the eventual replacement of Coley's Point Primary in Bay Roberts.
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Philip Wood Nov 9
Sunday November 11 at 11 AM Remembrance Day Services will be held at the Cenotaph on Water Street. Special note; if the weather is inclement, the service at 11 AM, will be held at the Salvation Army Citadel.
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The Compass Nov 9
This Remembrance Day — 100th anniversary of the armistice signing — veteran Berkley Lawrence of Carbonear (president of ) will think about grandfather Stephen Lawrence, a Battle of Beaumont-Hamel survivor who was wounded three times during WWI.
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The Compass Nov 9
Yesterday's cabinet shuffle brought with it some new duties for Harbour Grace-Port de Grave MHA Pam Parsons. Details in this story.
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Nick Saunders Nov 9
Join us tonight 7:50 at the DCCC Hr Grace as we welcome members of the Royal Canadian Legion for a pre game ceremony followed by vs
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The Compass Nov 9
Baccalieu Trail Brewing in Bay Roberts is apparently going to be open for business starting tomorrow. Here's our story from a few weeks back, in case you missed it.
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The Compass Nov 9
Bay Roberts resident Harold Crosbie likes to honour the memory of his long-departed uncle Graham, a Newfoundland Regiment private who lied about his age to enlist in the First World War.
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The Compass Nov 8
David Lee of Harbour Grace got a first hand look at what remembrance is all about earlier this year when he represented the Church Lads' Brigade at the Memorial Day ceremony in Beaumont-Hamel, France.
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Neil Shute Nov 8
Happy to attend the Remembrance Day Assembly at St. Peter’s school ⁦⁩. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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