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 ...
CINDY DAY: Spectrum of sunset colours
Steady Brook's Kelsey Hogan first woman to cross the finish line at Quebec ultramarathon
Corner Brook nordic skier Hugh Warkentin taking his game to Kelowna
Lifeguard on duty: Roddickton-Bide Arm town pool to open for first time in two years
West Coast Cycling Association forging ahead with vision to develop mountain bike trail system
Community partners join forces to offer sports tournaments at Crestview outdoor court
West coasters Marcus Hughes, James Combdon named to provincial male basketball teams
Smash-Up for MS demolition derby will feature two extra rounds in big-car division this year
Spectators can expect more bang for the buck on derby day. Six rounds of metal-crushing adrenaline is on the agenda for the 2018 Smash-Up for Multiple Sclerosis demolition derby being held June 23 in Gillams. RELATED: 'Gillams derby ...
Corner Brook's Dawn Ryan-Finlay having fun going for trys on the rugby pitch
Going for a try on the rugby field is proving to be another great outlet for Dawn Ryan-Finlay in her zest for taking on new activities to stay physically active. The Corner Brook native, a Grade 4 elementary teacher at Stephenville Elementary, is ...
Corner Brook's Mitchell French rewarded for dominant season on the volleyball court
Mitchell French was a dominant force on the volleyball court with a number of individual awards to show for a pile of wins strung together over the year. The six-foot-four Corner Brook native has blossomed into one of the finest male volleyball ...
Pasadena's Jana Vokey willing to give back to game that was good to her
Jana Vokey saw so many people lend a helping hand when she played volleyball in school she felt it was only right to follow suit. The Pasadena woman is the winner of the Newfoundland and Labrador Volleyball Association’s Paul Augot Award for ...
Corner Brook's Julianne King in her comfort zone on a volleyball court
Julianne King would play volleyball 24-7 if she could get away with it. The 16-year-old Level 2 student at Corner Brook High was this year’s Newfoundland and Labrador Volleyball Association Junior Female Player of the Year. An active ...
Placentia native joining N.L.’s Athletics Hall of Fame
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Placentia native Michael Greene has been elected to the provincial Athletics Hall of Fame. Greene, who now lives in Stephenville Crossing, established himself as an exceptional marathon runner. He won the Tely 10 in ...
Labrador City Tae Kwon Do celebrates 10 years
The Labrador City Tae Kwon Do organization has recently celebrated its 10th year with a tournament held in the gym of the Menihek High School. The tournament is the first of its kind to be held in Labrador City and is a celebration of the sport ...
Port aux Choix player places second at Youth National Darts Championships
Brad Dobbin part of provincial youth team that brought home the Nodor Cup ...
Targa NL sticks with Centsible
Centsible Car and Truck Rentals will be the official rental agency for Targa Newfoundland for the fifth year in a row. A statement from Newfoundland International Motorsports Ltd., which operates the annual Targa Newfoundland road race, said ...
Wendy Parsons happy to spend summer on the softball diamond
Bucket lids, chip bags or the nearest big rock. Those were three things common to the young people who spent hours beating around a softball in the gravel pit in Lumsden to keep their minds occupied in a small community. It was these things ...