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
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John Hickey left a mark on Labrador, colleagues say
Well-known St. John's doctor Michael Bense passes away
Millie Walsh of Fleur de Lys receives Senate 150th Anniversary Medal
Botwood’s Chase the Ace prize keeps growing
Main Street Medical Clinic in Springdale launches virtual service
Indigenous rights activist Delilah Saunders denied liver transplant
Former Liberal cabinet minister John Efford lands new role
One of the province’s most famous living politicians, John Efford, has been appointed to the province’s Financial Services Appeals Board. The board is responsible for handling any appeals to decisions made by the province’s ...
Jennifer Hillier-Penney’s family praying for closure
ST. ANTHONY, NL – Her memory is still vivid in the businesses, homes and minds of the community. Her family and friends are still searching and praying for answers. On Nov. 30, it will be one year since the disappearance of Jennifer ...
Clarenville man advocating for Haitian girl left disappointed by Trudeau visit
At least one of the people in attendance at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to Clarenville Thursday night was not there for a photo. ...
N.L. Premier Dwight Ball’s daughter, condo, two cars were under surveillance during murder investigation
“This is Const. Cynthia Crocker,” a female voice states at the beginning of the video, identifying herself as a member of the RNC’s forensic identification section. While the screen remains black, she gives a police case number ...
Democratic reform on menu in Newfoundland and Labrador
The R. Gushue Hall at Memorial University was full on Tuesday morning, when speakers spoke about the importance of reforming the province’s democratic system of government. The event was brought to life by the launch of “The Democracy ...
Wells run dry in Codroy Valley, residents believe Emera construction a factor
Dozens of homes and cottages are currently without water after wells have mysteriously gone dry. ...
Clarenville Salvation Army broken into Monday night
The time leading up to Christmas is the busiest time of year for the Salvation Army Church. ...
Springdale police investigating fatal highway accident
SPRINGDALE, NL — A 29-year-old man died at the scene of a single vehicle accident between South Brook and Springdale junction early this morning. At about 2:30 a.m., the Springdale Royal Canadian Mounted Police responded to the accident. ...
Nova Scotia widow claims Town of Norris Point gave her a useless piece of land
CORNER BROOK, NL - A Nova Scotia widow is hoping the town council in Norris Point will make right on a land deal that has left her with a useless piece of property. Shirley Barnes, 77, says the town was “dishonest and ...
Shoal Harbour couple grateful for community support
The major operation is over with, but Lennie Critch and his family still face financial challenges. ...