Two-day hearing in March for Frank Butt versus Town of Carbonear
Snowmobiling temporarily halted in Gros Morne National Park
The Food Dude: For the love of lasagne
New Year's baby delights Bishop's Cove couple
Ron MacLean says it’s important to always remember our roots to hockey
Churence Rogers decides on locations for constituency offices
N.L.’s latest Queen’s Counsel appointments announced
Police look for leads in unsolved Dildo armed robbery case
Oil to be removed from Manolis L shipwreck this summer
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Clarenville company’s equipment to take first 4K resolution images of Titanic
N.L. harvesters hope latest technology will make province a bigger global competitor in cod
Over $600K from Atlantic Fisheries Fund announced for N.L. fishing enterprises
Baie Verte Mayor reigniting talks around former asbestos mine
Grieg, Ocean Choice finalize Placentia Bay aquaculture agreement
Changing world of giving
It started with an incessant thirst and increasingly frequent bathroom breaks. Then, the 17-year-old high school athlete started losing weight. He grew weak. Despite his healthy, soccer player lifestyle, something was clearly wrong. His parents ...
Seeking a life line
Filing for bankruptcy is one of the most difficult financial decisions a person or couple may have to undertake in their adult life. I’ve been fortunate enough to not find myself in that circumstance. It can be a dark time, for sure, and ...
Effort to identify Baie Verte and area as a mining centre underway
BAIE VERTE, NL — Allan Cramm has always had a vision of what could be accomplished on his hometown Baie Verte Peninsula, so it is no surprise he wants others to share his goal. The vice-president of innovation and development with Anaconda ...
Loyola Sullivan retiring from Ocean Choice International
Loyola Sullivan will retire from Ocean Choice International (OCI) this fall, ending his seven-year tenure as part of the fish processing company. “Loyola has been instrumental in advancing the priorities of the company on many fronts, ...
Ultramar stations in Atlantic Canada raise $66,602 to support new breast cancer program
HALIFAX, NS – Ultramar and its service stations in Atlantic Canada have announced a donation of $66,602 for the implementation of a unique kinesiology-oncology program tailored to women with or at risk of developing breast cancer. The money ...
New owner's vision of Springdale hotel becoming reality
SPRINGDALE, NL — Springdale’s primary hotel for the past 40-plus years is under new ownership and undergoing significant changes. Keith Noble, well known in the Springdale business community as a partner in the Noble Group of ...
Genome Atlantic receives $750K to develop partnerships, leverage funds and expertise
Since being founded in 2000, Genome Atlantic has enabled over $90 million and 1,500 person years of employment in genomics research and development (R&D) in Atlantic Canada. With a $750,000 non-repayable loan through the federal ...
Newfoundland Power recognized for hurricane help
Newfoundland Power is one of several Fortis-owned utility companies that is receiving an award from the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) for its efforts to restore power in the Turks and Caicos Islands, which were devastated last year by hurricane ...
N.L. premier disappointed with Trump administration decision
The U.S. Department of Commerce has slapped a 9.93 per cent duty onto newsprint from Corner Brook headed into the United States. Late Tuesday night, an interim decision came from an investigation into whether or not the newsprint shipped from ...
Ferry delays no trouble for Conception Bay North grocery chain
BAY ROBERTS, NL — At 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, a truck arrived at the Atlantic Grocery Distributors warehouse in Bay Roberts — the first to do so in four full days. "Now normally, that load is in a temperature controlled truck, and the ...