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Western Star Mar 27
RCMP is looking for the publics' help identifying the person who allegedly stole thousands of dollars worth of jewellery and a number of lottery tickets.
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Western Star Mar 27
The number of passengers has been lowered on the Marine Atlantic ferries and the Kamutik W and several other restrictions are coming into effect.
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The Gulf News Mar 25
Brown’s Arm NL sisters use downtime to create board game @ConversationsMatter
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Judyth Mermelstein Mar 25
's has taken a financial hit due to . & lose outlets, lose pay > A LETTER TO READERS: This is not what we want to do, but it's what we must do | Local | News | The Telegram
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The Gulf News Mar 25
Dwight Lethbridge, mayor of Cartwright, told SaltWire it allows the municipality to react more quickly to COVID-19 concerns, put rules in place to protect the community and hopefully keep the pandemic out of the small town. ...
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Seaside Books Mar 25
Replying to @JillBARoss
i am a very sad subscriber; many employees now out of work; decreased county coverage. i hope can hold this line
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Western Star Mar 24
Department of Fisheries and Land Resources officials confirm there have recently been reports of five polar bears in both the St. Anthony and Main Brook areas.
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Western Star Mar 24
There are 11 new presumptive cases of COVID-19 in NL, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 35. All new cases are in eastern Newfoundland.
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Western Star Mar 24
Politics will have to take a back seat to the pandemic situation for now.
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The Gulf News Mar 23
RCMP arrested three people in the home and charges are pending.
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The Gulf News Mar 23
The party says all campaign activity will be suspended, all campaign websites and social media accounts made inactive, with no candidates allowed to receive donations or incur any expenses through the duration of the suspension. ...
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The Southern Gazette Mar 21
Health Minister John Haggie said virtual visits are appropriate for patients self-isolating because of travel or COVID-19 symptoms and for patients who do not wish to visit their doctor’s office to practice social distancing. ...
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