Tens of thousands of provincial government workers will keep their defined benefit pension plan, but will pay more in premiums and have to work longer before retirement under the terms of an agreement announced Tuesday afternoon.
Nalcor Energy confirms that the Muskrat Falls construction site has been shut down following a 'serious safety incident.'
CBC News has confirmed that Charlene Johnson, the finance minister of Newfoundland and Labrador, will be stepping down at the end of the week.
Newfoundland and Labrador's Minister of Transportation, Nick McGrath, said to expect delays on the Outer Ring Road during this busy back-to-school week and into this Fall.
Newfoundland and Labrador's Finance Minister, Charlene Johnson, to leave politics Friday
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Tom Marshall revealed the details Tuesday afternoon on the public service pensions deal.
A Torbay man who admits he has a problem with drinking and driving was sent to a jail cell Tuesday, after he was sentenced for repeatedly refusing breathalyzer tests.
Two 20-year-old men are up on a number of charges following what police think was likely a drunken rampage through the town of Stephenville.
A mayor from Labrador West is criticizing plans to answer province-wide 911 calls in Corner Brook and not Wabush.
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Tom Marshall is poised to reveal details Tuesday afternoon on what may be a breakthrough deal on public service pensions.
A St. John's parent and lawyer is opposing a plan to put a Bell Mobility cellphone tower near her home in the Stavanger Drive neighbourhood in St. John's.
Mary Shortall, the president of Newfoundland and Labrador's Federation of Labour, does not mince words when she talks about the importance of defined benefit pension plans.
Newfoundland musician Ian Foster had to scrap plans for a St-Pierre-Miquelon show over the weekend after he and his partner were stopped and detained by French border guards.
Police in Corner Brook are looking for the driver of a pickup truck that crashed into a house in the Curling area on Monday night.
Eastern Health, the largest health authority in Newfoundland and Labrador, should have a new boss in place soon.
A group that pairs potential student renters with seniors and their homes is having trouble keeping up with demand.
An archeological dig on an island in the middle of Newfoundland's Exploits River is shedding lnew ight on how the Beothuk people cooked, lived and socialized.
Hundreds of Newfoundlanders who lined up a century ago to fight in the First World War as part of a fervent bid to help Britain.
Dora Hopkins and her partner Job were berry picking Saturday morning when they noticed a plane overhead was in trouble.
After almost not making it to the national championship, the 3 Cheers Pub senior men's fastpitch softball team once again walked away as the winner.
One of the three men in the running to become the next premier of Newfoundland and Labrador has committed to creating a specific office for gay and transgender rights.
A police checkpoint on a busy highway in the St. John's area on Sunday night produced a good result for those concerned about drunk driving.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a man who has been missing from St. John's for more than two weeks.
A local band is asking for help in locating instruments stolen from the back of their tour van on Saturday.
A knife was used during an armed robbery at a convenience store near downtown St. John's on Sunday.
A tip from a concerned neighbour in Happy Valley-Goose Bay led to an arrest this weekend, following a break and enter.
Summer is coming to an end, but some people are already preparing for next year's big August event.
A case of the renovation blues is delaying the reopening of Exploits Valley High School in Grand Falls-Windsor.
It has been yet another busy week in Newfoundland and Labrador politics, and things aren't boding well for the Tory camp.