Lawyer Crosbie eyes Avalon district

Lawyer Crosbie eyes Avalon district

St. John’s lawyer Ches Crosbie made it official Thursday morning in Conception Bay South, announcing that he wants to run for the Conservatives in the next general election.

Local

He we come a-janneying

Updated at 07:28 - It's time to get out your rubber boots, handkerchiefs, oversized clothes and any undergarments you may find suitable, because...

Local

Regional

St. John’s assault being investigated

Updated on December 17, 2014 - A man remains in hospital in stable condition as the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary investigates how he was injured in St. John’s...

Regional

Sports

City of St. John's delivered a clever assist, says Craig

Updated at 08:49 - Avalon Minor Hockey Association president Aiden Craig says the St. John’s City Council’s decision to assist the Avalon Arena Association’s (AAA) purchase of the Rogers Bussey Arena is “a smart, yet inexpensive one.”.

Bulldogs take a bite out of IceCaps

Updated at 07:53 - Mac Bennett scored twice on the power-play, including the eventual game-winner early in the third period, as the Hamilton Bulldogs...

Adam will try Jackets on for size

Updated on December 17, 2014 - After more than half a decade in the Buffalo Sabres’ organization, and still looking to establish himself as a full-time NHLer,...

Sports

Business

Husky pushes back West White Rose

Updated on December 17, 2014 - The current low price and forecast for Brent crude and a need to consider cost efficiencies are being pointed to as the reason for a delayed go-or-no decision on an offshore oil development in Newfoundland and Labrador..

NHSF achieves industry milestone

Updated on December 16, 2014 - Northern Harvest Sea Farms achieved a major milestone in the aquaculture industry recently, becoming the first salmon grow-out...

Business

Living

'By Innu, for Innu’

Updated at 07:39 - For anyone interested in a virtually untold piece of Labrador history, you may want to take in a new documentary film.

Living

Opinion

In memoriam, in passing

Updated on December 16, 2014 - I stopped for one, just one. It’s more dangerous than you think to stop on Nova Scotia’s Route 102, even though it’s a divided highway and four smooth lanes. The speed limit’s 110 km/h, and plenty of people seem to take that limit as more of a....

From our house to yours

Updated on December 17, 2014 - My dad was awoken from his slumber early Christmas morning by an odd crunching sound coming from somewhere in the house.

Grits on fire

Updated on December 02, 2014 - It's like a general election in slow motion. Wednesday's wins for the Liberals in two provincial byelections makes it seven in a...

Opinion

Community

Remembering victims of The Fanny

Updated on August 26, 2014 - Taking a walk along the main road of Hant's Harbour, Trinity Bay, can be a reminder to some of old Newfoundland, when fisherman...

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