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Offshore regulator questions who's in charge of SeaRose after iceberg scare
Oil production on the SeaRose was suspended when it was revealed Husky failed to follow the ice management regulations when an iceberg came less than 500 metres from the vessel.
Marble Mountain reopens after devastating flood, snowmobile association surveying damage
As skiers and snowboarders get back on the slopes, snowmobilers on Newfoundland's west coast are still finding out just how bad the damage is.
Class-action lawsuit filed against website for posting obituaries without consent
Lawyer Erin Best has asked the federal court to certify the class-action lawsuit, alleging copyright infringement by a website that posts obits and sells memorial merchandise.
How N.L.'s health system will spend $205K today on food alone
Discover how a province that spends more on doctors and nurses than it collects from offshore oil manages its health budget.
Atlantic Fisheries Fund hands out 1st grants to N.L. harvesters
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Arsonist sentenced to 4 years for startling string of fires in Bay d'Espoir
Landslide risk means some Trout River families still not allowed into homes
A feed of Mary Brown's and a reopened road made for a fine Wednesday in the Bay of Islands
Don't make assumptions: Flood damage not covered by most standard home insurance plans
SeaRose shut down after Husky reprimanded for iceberg close call
Snowfall warnings for southwest Newfoundland
Newfoundland Storm Centre: Closures and cancellations
Prospect of shale wave looms over resurgent oil prices