N.L.-based Oceans Ltd. says it discovered novel molecule that inhibits growth of ...
Eastern Health seeking volunteers for new Client and Family Advisory Council
‘I had a $60-million ticket in my hands’ — Lotto Max prize ...
Lions Clubs take on kids cancer in N.L. and around the world
Harbour Grace prisoner cells busy in 2017
Cineplex announces new The Rec Room location for Avalon Mall in 2019
Resetting the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador
Meet the other Newfoundlander succeeding in figure skating in Edmonton
After Olympics, Clarenville woman reflects on life as a figure skating fan
Roll up the Rim win a Valentine’s Day surprise for lucky Gander resident
Pool revenue up in Carbonear
'Dragons' Den' auditions in St. John’s Saturday drew entrepreneurs from near and far
Elderly N.L. women targeted in phone scam
Newfoundland Power accepting EnviroFest applications
New chair, vice-chair, and commissioner appointed to PUB
Provincial government supporting Multiculturalism Week projects in N.L.
Multiculturalism Week kicks off in Newfoundland and Labrador this Sunday, March 18. The provincial government has announced $23,000 funding for 19 projects that will take place throughout the week. Increasing the number and reach of ...
Gander passes mandatory tree policy for new properties
GANDER, NL – In an effort to build land beautification into the town’s continued residential growth, Gander has passed a mandatory tree requirement for new properties. The one-tree minimum requirement at the front of a property will be ...
WorkplaceNL updates policy on work-related traumatic mental health issues
WorkplaceNL has udated its mental stress policy to acknowledge work-related mental health issues that may be caused by exposure to multiple traumatic events. The policy will now include events that are an everyday part of an occupation, such as ...
Brownsdale musician seeing major success after long hiatus
BROWNSDALE, NL — A musician from Brownsdale is making some major moves after only coming back to the industry less than a year ago. Shanda Hopkins, now living in Brownsdale with her husband and children, has been a musician nearly her entire ...
Gas down slightly across Newfoundland and Labrador
Gas is down slightly this morning — by just 1/10 of a cent, and diesel dropped by a cent a litre. Propane remains the same, but stove and furnace oil have each decreased by 0.4 cents. ...
LeBlanc to probe Churchill Falls as part of Muskrat inquiry
Justice Richard LeBlanc’s Inquiry into the Muskrat Falls project will go as far back as the development of Churchill Falls to determine what went so wrong for the beleaguered Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project. LeBlanc issued his ...
No-layoff clauses in N.L. union agreements have end date
The continuing dispute between Finance Minister Tom Osborne and CUPE head negotiator Brian Farewell has revealed that a controversial no-layoff clause will come to an end in all public-sector collective agreements. The current deadlock has to do ...
MUN student's research finds binge drinking can have serious consequences
The brain is a complicated thing — scientists have shown that the brain doesn’t fully develop until a person is 25 years old, making risky behaviour and the use of alcohol and drugs an impediment toward that development. Matthew ...
Defendant gives St. John's judge the finger
Justin Jordan’s appearance in provincial court Wednesday morning was brief, lasting no more than 10 minutes. By the end, he had given the judge the middle finger, demanded that she not tell him what to do, had a number of sudden shouting ...
Trapped in ice
Editor’s Note: This is part five of a five-part SaltWire series Our Changing Arctic, looking into the ever-changing world of the Canadian North. ST. ANTHONY BIGHT, NL — The memory of 23 long, cold and uncertain days trapped in the ...