Long Island’s only child has a bright future, says mom
Youth to receive free admission to Parks Canada places beginning next year
Conception Bay North auctioneers discuss the art of selling
Research pays off in getting holiday deals
Parent accuses C.B.N. Skating Club of discriminating against daughter
EDITORIAL: Cannabis conundrum - where will smoking pot actually be allowed?
The Comic King of Bonavista Bay
‘Vital Signs’ looks at quality of life in NL communities
Drone video shows SS Kyle falling apart after 50 years aground
Cape Breton Post
Pleas entered at Clarenville provincial court as 12 men face sealing charges
Support for rented private residences being taxed split down the middle in NL
DFO looking at fines instead of charges for minor fishing offences
Botwood’s Chase the Ace prize keeps growing
Main Street Medical Clinic in Springdale launches virtual service
Big Stick bologna Christmas ornaments are here, but not for long
That a wax-tube of processed meat can make headlines in Newfoundland and Labrador for two weeks in a row says a lot about how serious people in this province are about their culinary staples. A week after false rumours circulated that Maple Leaf ...
Town of Carbonear releases more details about former mayor's removal
CARBONEAR, NL —The Town of Carbonear is shedding further light on the timeline leading up to Tuesday's vote to declare the mayor's seat vacant. Frank Butt announced via Facebook last night he will appeal council's unanimous ...
N.L. expanding employment planning services to CNA campuses
The provincial government’s employment assistance services will soon be available at College of the North Atlantic (CNA) campuses around the province. It’s part of a plan to develop the college’s campuses as local and regional ...
Bay Roberts commits to infrastructure, recreation spending in 2018 budget
BAY ROBERTS, NL — The Town of Bay Roberts will stand pat on tax rates for 2018 and continue to invest in upgrades to roads, water and sewer systems and recreation facilities. That what finance committee chair Water Yetman told fellow council ...
CRA survey finds nearly a quarter of N.L. residents are planning to buy legal pot
It seems that a fair number of Newfoundland and Labrador residents are planning to buy marijuana for personal use at least occasionally when it becomes legal next year but perhaps not as many as some would expect. A survey conducted by Corporate ...
Frank Butt to appeal ouster from Carbonear council
CARBONEAR, NL — Frank Butt is prepared to challenge Carbonear council's decision to remove him from the mayor's chair. At a regular council meeting held on Tuesday night, Dec. 12, Butt’s position was declared vacant. This ...
Application deadline for mental health and addictions grant program approaching
The provincial government is accepting applications from individuals, community groups and non-profit organizations looking to develop projects or programs that promote positive mental health. A total of $140,000 is available this year through the ...
Time to change equalization formula, say Newfoundland and Labrador politicians
Newfoundland and Labrador is a “have” province under Canada’s equalization formula, while at the same time its leadership was asked more than once on Tuesday about the possibility of bankruptcy in the next decade. The reality is ...
Newfoundland and Labrador municipalities preparing request on cannabis
The big announcement out of the federal meeting of finance ministers this week was an agreement on how the provincial and federal governments will split revenues from the new excise tax on cannabis. The federal government shifted from an offer of ...
Journalist Justin Brake’s case heard in Court of Appeal
Nalcor Energy knew full well that Justin Brake was a journalist and was at Muskrat Falls solely to do his job when it named him in a court order to have protesters removed from the site, lawyer Geoff Budden told the court Tuesday. Budden was ...