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The Southern Gazette
Serving 22,000 residents on the Burin Peninsula from Terrenceville south around the 'Boot' to Lamaline.
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The Southern Gazette Apr 2
Clearwater has had a sea cucumber licence for some time but processing was minimal, Clearwater vice-president of sustainability and public affairs Christine Penney told The Southern Gazette.
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The Southern Gazette Mar 20
In his estimation, Dave King thinks operating a 10-car taxi business in Marystown is too cost prohibitive, but a small operation with one or two could be viable.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 27
The Newfoundland and Labrador Housing and Homelessness Network’s (NLHHN) Burin Peninsula Community Advisory Board has quite a bit going on besides its upcoming Pancake Breakfast for Homelessness.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 22
Lacey Simpson of English Harbour East has worked hard to overcome a major loss in her life and is looking towards the future.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 22
The province's fire commissioner’s office received a call from an unknown individual in late January regarding a safety concern at the facility.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 19
A 35-year-old man, who was not wearing a seat belt, was thrown from the vehicle and died on scene.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 15
By this time next week, the Marystown Lions Club's Winter Carnival will be underway with the first event, Toutons and Tunes.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 13
“They can do it for little or nothing. They don’t have to come up with the insurance. They don’t have to come up with their business fee. They don’t have to do nothing,” says Marystown Taxi owner Eric Foote.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 12
Company says repairs to a section of wharf in Fortune are unrelated to the issues with the ferry.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 12
A meeting is scheduled for the Lions Club in Fortune on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 13 from 3-5 p.m.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 11
A car was involved in a head on collision with a tractor trailer between Lewin's Cove and St. Lawrence, according to the RCMP.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 11
The Blue Wave was lost 60 years ago this past Saturday, Feb. 9, 1959. The rough weather these past few days has offered a reminder of what it was like when both these ships were lost.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 8
“If they’re not coming here with open minds, and if all they’re going to do is listen to the same stuff they listened to last year and in a year’s time they’re going to spit out the same report … I calls it a colossal waste of money."
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The Southern Gazette Feb 8
Harvey is studying Theatre Arts and Performance at Centennial College in Toronto, Ont.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 8
A 57-year-old man from St. Alban's was back in court this week for trial on charges of aggravated assault and uttering a death threat.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 8
Michael Bonnell of Marystown feels more businesses should be willing to employ persons with disabilities.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 8
Synard told The Southern Gazette in December a $34-million contract to build concrete barges that was targeted to come to Marystown went to a company in Nova Scotia instead.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 7
Tony Ducey says he has received rave reviews about the job he’s done everywhere he’s worked but finding permanent employment has proved elusive for the past 19 years.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 5
Eastern Health gains national recognition for changes to mental health and addictions services on the Burin Peninsula.
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The Southern Gazette Feb 5
Both vehicles were impounded.
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