RUSSELL WANGERSKY: It is (over) written
St. John's, meet The Growlers, the province's new ECHL team
Research saving people from the ‘Newfoundland curse’
N.L. doctors release 10-year plan for family medicine
Book Remarks — One For the Rock
N.L. government looking for public comments on environmental impact statement for Grieg ...
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Retired soldier Jamie MacWhirter’s crusade to meet post-traumatic stress sufferers expanding into ...
Ramea in need of a new fire truck
Stephenville woman upset with how town dealt with disposal of her dead cat
St. John’s dentist and Corner Brook friend film reality travel show
Questioning the science
Nalcor refuses contractor information
Alleged Hell’s Angels associate charged in St. John’s Friday
An alleged member of the Hell’s Angels who was reportedly the target of a murder plot earlier this year was brought to court in St. John’s Friday, though he didn’t actually appear in the courtroom. The lawyer for Bradley Summers, ...
Carter brothers donate land in memory of father to create nature reserve at Barachois Brook in western Newfoundland
Ralph and Fred Carter are sure their dad was beaming down on them with pride Friday. The brothers were bequeathed nearly 200 acres of land adjacent to Barachois Pond Provincial Park when their father, Fred Carter sr., died in 1992. Fred ...
Waste management board says transportation cost savings too minimal to warrant refunds for western Newfoundland communities
Trash collected since the Sort-It Western program started is not going to central Newfoundland as initially planned, but communities paying for the service should not expect any cost savings returned to them any time soon. RELATED: 'Fenwick ...
Federal funding to help prevent and address violence against indigenous women announced in Stephenville
The Newfoundland Aboriginal Women’s Network has received $291,243 in federal funding for a project aimed at preventing and addressing violence against indigenous women. “This project is going to make a real difference in the lives of ...
ASK THE PEOPLE: How are you spending the last weeks of summer vacation?
The fun and frolic that young children enjoy during the summer vacation is about to come to a halt, with another school year just around the corner. It’s been a really hot summer and cooling off has been a challenge for everybody who has been ...
$18.5M allocated for 7 small craft harbours in Labrador
CHARLOTTETOWN, N.L. – The federal government has announced $18.5 million for seven small craft harbour projects in Labrador. “Investing in the local infrastructure helps not just the commercial fishing industry, but the communities in ...
Demolition of Spaniard’s Bay’s old town hall stirs up commotion
SPANIARD’S BAY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The demolition of Spaniard’s Bay’s old town hall has stirred up a bit of controversy among some residents. On July 16, during a regular meeting of the town council in ...
Raleigh experiences three-day internet outage
RALEIGH, N.L. - An extended internet outage in Raleigh over the weekend was more than an inconvenience for the village. “It really impacted our business here in Raleigh,” said Ted Hedderson, owner of Burnt Cape Cabins. “It ...
Police investigating break and enter at Happy Valley-Goose Bay business
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. – An outboard motor was stolen during a break and enter at a business in Happy Valley-Goose Bay on Aug. 12. The 80 horsepower Honda motor is grey in colour, according to an RCMP release. The business is ...
Group home opens in Sheshatshiu
Numerous area dignitaries were in Sheshatshiu on Thursday, Aug. 16 for the grand opening of the new Shushepeshipan (Joseph Nuna Sr.) Group Home on the reserve. Eugene Hart, Chief of Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation (SIFN), said this is the beginning ...