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Serving 22,000 residents on the Burin Peninsula from Terrenceville south around the 'Boot' to Lamaline.
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The Southern Gazette 1h
Starr Smith of Marystown is pleased that the Newfoundland and Labrador School District Board implemented courtesy stops inside the 1.6km parent responsibility zone.
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The Southern Gazette 7h
Other items of note from this week's council meeting in Marystown: costly vandalism, government wharf, new purpose for old pool, councillor attending conference, arena work ready to start, war memorial committee.
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The Southern Gazette 10h
The only bid received for the project came in at more than double the approximately $870,000 that was approved for the work.
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The Southern Gazette 10h
“I assisted the navigator out of the car then proceeded to calm the driver and convince him to sit and let me wash the sand and glass from his eyes and face," Andrew Warren told The Southern Gazette.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 19
Used syringes were found in storm sewers on Wilson Street and Smallwood Crescent, and have also turned up behind the old Ville Marie Swimming Pool and at the Mortier Bay Lookout.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 19
Mike Russell shot a two-day total of 158. Judy Drake carded 187 over the two days of competition. The event took place this past weekend in Frenchman’s Cove.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 19
“It’s a slow process to buy an industrial footprint like that, of course, and we’re really hoping within the next month to be able to close the deal on the shipyard,” Marystown Mayor Sam Synard told The Southern Gazette.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 19
Four judges have said the minister responsible cut corners to exempt Grieg NL's Placentia Bay aquaculture project from full environmental review. Could this wind up back in court again
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The Southern Gazette Sep 18
Justice Minister Andrew Parsons was in Marystown for the summit where he told The Southern Gazette drug addiction is one of the major root causes of why people are breaking the law.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 18
"This ruling has once again raised the bar for environmental assessment in Newfoundland and Labrador," Atlantic Salmon Federation president Bill Taylor said.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 17
After fading away on the Burin Peninsula for several years, Targa Newfoundland is back in a big way this week.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 14
All clear for Oceanic Releaf to move forward with its plan to produce cannabis in Burin.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 14
"The point is, everyone in this sorry mix is using language for their own opportunity."
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The Southern Gazette Sep 14
Former federal Fisheries minister Dominic Leblanc was found to be in a conflict of interest when he awarded a license for Arctic surf clams to the Five Nations Clam Company.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 13
Premier Dwight Ball and Grieg NL owner Thomas. W. Grieg are among those who are expected to be in attendance.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 13
“The release of this project is not surprising given the conflict of interest that arises from the provincial government acting as regulator, decision maker, and now an investor in Grieg itself,” said Atlantic Salmon Federation president Bill Taylor.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 12
Derek Newhook, a former operations manager with the NLESD on the Burin Peninsula, has previously been found guilty on two counts of fraud and one of breach of trust as a result of the investigations.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 12
The presentation will be made in Clarenville tomorrow.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 12
Before the wharf was built, bodies from the nearby cemetery were washed out to sea as a result of a storm, Deputy Mayor Verna McGrath recently told The Southern Gazette.
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The Southern Gazette Sep 12
The federal government says it will aim to identify a new Indigenous participant for the 2020 fishery.
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