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 ...
Burin Eagles celebrate silver medal
New Corner Brook bakery owner has had her hands in flour since she was a child
Decision to close rivers to retention angling cause for concern for local retailers
Corner Brook restaurant owner getting set to become a Canadian citizen
Eastern Health awards funding for community partnership projects
Parks Canada carrying out prescribed fire program in Terra Nova National Park
SPAWN and CORA say returns are not down on all rivers
While one group can agree with the approach the Department of Fisheries and Oceans has taken in closing the recreational salmon fishery to retention angling on the island portion of the province, another is gearing up to fight. John McCarthy is ...
Backyard composting strategy making a big dent in garbage being sent to the landfill
Mayor Peter Fenwick said a backyard composting strategy in his town is making a big dent in garbage being sent to the landfill. It was in early June the town of Cape St. George took delivery of 200 backyard composting bins as part of its waste ...
Building a new prison will not solve Newfoundland and Labrador's justice system problems: Sen. Kim Pate
As Sen. Kim Pate exited Her Majesty’s Penitentiary on Thursday afternoon, a young man caught her eye. The man had been released from the prison at 9:30 a.m. He carried a small bag with a few personal belongings and a taxi chit he’d ...
Space is tight in Newfoundland and Labrador’s correctional system
More space is needed in the province’s adult correctional institutions, not just Her Majesty’s Penitentiary (HMP) in St. John’s. On March 28, there was a meeting at the House of Assembly, with provincial politicians and Justice ...
Vehicles impounded under new Newfoundland and Labrador speed law
Changes made to the province’s Highway Traffic Act in late 2017, including new penalties for driving at excessive speeds, came into effect on June 7. On Thursday, RCMP in Happy Valley-Goose Bay reported a 35-year-old woman caught driving 115 ...
Corner Brook Judge rejects application for directed verdict in Wood Point fish plant case
A court case that started six years ago will likely move into its seventh year now that a Corner Brook judge has dismissed an application for a directed verdict. Twenty-eight charges were laid against four defendants — Woody Point fish plant ...
DFO closes many salmon rivers on island of Newfoundland
After Friday, all salmon rivers on the island part of the province will be closed to retention angling for the remainder of the season due to low counts following an in-season stock review. Catch-and-release angling will continue to be permitted, ...
Plogging trend has legs, arrives in Newfoundland and Labrador
Plogging, an activity that is a combination of jogging and picking up roadside litter that started in Vancouver, has reached Newfoundland. Similar movements among beach-goers and hikers have been spread on Facebook, trying to encourage active ...
Woman found dead in smoke-filled house in St. John’s
St. John's — Police are investigating the death of a 67-year-old woman who was found in a city townhouse Thursday afternoon. She was located by fire crews in the upstairs bedroom of the home on Cowperthwaite Court, near Elizabeth Avenue ...
House burns in Brigus
BRIGUS, N.L. – A fire broke out in a home in Brigus on Wednesday, July 18. According to a release from the Bay Roberts RCMP, officers responded at noon, finding the house, which was empty at the time, fully engulfed in flames. The Brigus ...