YEAR IN REVIEW: Top news stories of 2017
Clarenville’s White Hills cooking up a new season of skiing and events
Targa Newfoundland is for sale
Brad Gushue’s dreams of an Olympic return are swept away
N.L. sculptor Morgan MacDonald’s latest project commemorates Beothuk history
Debt: the income outcome
Tragedy, superstition and mystery surround antique ring discovered in Port aux Basques ...
FISH-NL raises concerns over decision to let banned trawlers land in Canada ...
Marine Atlantic employing all vessels to clear up backlog
Cape Breton Post
More high speed Internet coming to Clarenville region
PUB wants more info on 5 Wing Goose Bay's plan to hook to Muskrat Falls
Man gets house arrest for biting Corner Brook corrections officer
Newfoundland and Labrador budget consultations will inform decisions: Osborne
Newfoundland man charged with 20 sex crimes against children pleads not guilty
Chase the Ace jackpot nearing $100K in Centerville-Wareham-Trinity
Vehicle stolen in Catalina area
CATALINA, NL – A police investigation is underway into the theft of a vehicle from the Catalina area. The incident occurred sometime overnight between Saturday, Jan. 13, and Sunday morning, Jan. 14, according to a news release from the ...
DFO rep says agenda for meetings to be determined by fishers
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL — There’s nothing to restrict fishers from talking about issues they have regarding fisheries management, rules and regulations at upcoming meetings scheduled by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO). DFO ...
Fire destroys Badger Diner
Badger, NL – Badger Diner, a local hotspot in the small community, caught ablaze around 8:30p.m. last night. By the time The Advertiser arrived on scene around 10p.m. the entire building was burnt out and appeared to be ...
Meteorologist Cindy Day to keep her eyes on the sky for SaltWire Network
HALIFAX, N.S. - By joining the SaltWire Network as its chief meteorologist, Cindy Day becomes one of the few weather-people on the continent working exclusively for a newspaper organization. “It was time for a change,” she says ...
Jury selection set to happen in St. John’s today for accused murderer Anne Norris
Jury selection is scheduled to start in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court in St. John’s this morning for the murder trial of Anne Norris. Crown and defense lawyers are set to take part in a pre-trial conference at 9am, with jury ...
Corner Brook declares state of emergency because of flooding
Corner Brook Mayor Jim Parsons has declared a state of emergency in the city. Parsons made the declaration late Saturday afternoon as city and provincial government crews deal with heavy rainfall and snow melting, infrastructure damage, and an ...
Man taken off flight in Gander for unruly behaviour
Early this morning an American passenger was taken off a Swiss air flight in Gander The RCMP was contacted by the Gander International Airport reporting that a Swiss air flight was being diverted to Gander due to the behaviour of an unruly ...
Newfoundland and Labrador airspace claim ‘worth a look’
It would be foolhardy for the provincial government not to take a serious look into a claim by retired engineer David Fox that the province is owed billions of dollars for the use of its airspace since Confederation, independent MHA Paul Lane ...
Newfoundland and Labrador part of credit union test of Atlantic Canadian honesty
You’re walking along a busy city street just before Christmas, shopping for deals on your limited budget, when you look down and see a wallet on the sidewalk. You pick it up, open it and see no less than $100 inside, along with ...
Service dog Tank retires from N.L. RCMP
It’s been a memorable seven years for Tank, a canine with the RCMP’s police dog service unit in Newfoundland and Labrador Born in August 2008 at the Innisfail Training Centre in Alberta, he completed his training in July 2010. On Nov. ...