Burin Peninsula native recalls war-time service
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Stephenville teen acquitted of charges in second trial with one ...
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St. John’s students act against bullying
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Whitbourne RCMP take aggressive driver off the road
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Newfoundland RCMP arrest impaired transport truck driver going wrong way on TCH
Habitual impaired driver arrested for impaired operation of a snowmobile in Nain
Public report leads to Holyrood RCMP taking impaired transport truck driver off the road
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ATV driver allegedly caught driving impaired after urinating on New Harbour business
NEW HARBOUR, N.L. A New Harbour man faces impaired driving charges after police stopped him to test his sobriety. Whitbourne RCMP were on patrol in Hew Harbour at the time when an ATV was spotted on Route 80 Sunday, Nov. 25. The driver pulled ...
Avondale man in critical condition following accident on Veterans Memorial Highway
BAY ROBERTS, N.L. A 39-year-old man from Avondale is in critical condition as of midday Monday following a single-vehicle accident on Veterans Memorial Highway over the weekend. According to Bay Roberts RCMP, the single-vehicle rollover ...
Update:?Man missing from Grand Falls-Windsor has been located
Dawson Pike, who was reported as missing to Grand Falls-Windsor RCMP on Thursday, Nov. 22, 2018, has been located safely. Police thank the public for the information that was shared during this investigation. ...
Nunatsiavut still waiting on methylmercury recommendations
The Nunatsiavut Government (NG) sent a letter to the Premier three months ago asking when the province is going to respond to the recommendations of the Independent Expert Advisory Committee (IEAC) to address health concerns of the Muskrat Falls ...
Long and stormy winter in store for Atlantic Canada
November has provided a glimpse of what is to come over the winter months for Atlantic Canada. According to the Weather Network’s winter forecast, the recent winter weather much of Newfoundland and Labrador has experienced is just a taste of ...
Crash inside St. John's city hall parking garage injures one person Sunday night
One young woman was treated for minor injuries after the car she was in crashed into a concrete support on the fourth level of the city of St. John’s parking garage. The collision happened just before 9 p.m. and caused extensive damage ...
Officer from Harbour Grace detachment recognized for bravery
Cpl. David Hopkins from the Harbour Grace RCMP detachment was recently recognized for bravely handling a tense situation that was far from routine. Hopkins, a Halifax native who came to Newfoundland last August after transferring from Alberta, was ...
RCMP warn against dangers of psychedelic fungi
As the temperatures get colder and the days get shorter, the first frost of the year also brings with it something a little less than legal. Psilocybe semilanceata, or as they’re more commonly known as magic mushrooms, are a type of mushroom ...
Cannabis legalization having different effects on policing across Atlantic Canada
If you’re wondering how police forces in this part of the country have been affected since the legalization of marijuana, it depends on where you live. Three major cities in Atlantic Canada have seen different trends since Oct. ...
UPDATED: Man dies following taxi-pedestrian collision in Mount Pearl early Saturday morning
A 55-year-old Mount Pearl man is dead following a taxi-pedestrian collision in Mount Pearl just before 3:30 a.m. Saturday morning. An emergency official on scene told The Telegram it appeared the man had slipped and fallen into the path of an ...