Right whales may impact Marine Atlantic travel
EDITORIAL: Cannabis conundrum - where will smoking pot actually be allowed?
APEC forecasting sluggish economic year ahead for N.L.
Brad Gushue, rinkmates have two shots at Olympic berth
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
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Bad manners at 30,000 feet
Locals suiting up at World U17 Hockey Challenge
Cape Breton Post
Carl English officially signed to St. John’s Edge
St. John's Edge expected to announce signing of Carl English Wednesday morning
Skate Canada NL's sectionals begin Friday at Mount Pearl Glacier
St. John's Edge off and running
For the St. John's Edge, there's so little time and so much to do
NLVA's VolleyFest 2017 features 170 teams, 2,300 athletes
Locals look to help Canada qualify at Pan Am softball tourney
Jason HillJason Hill of St. John’s, Kyle Ezekiel of Holyrood and Jeremy O’Reilly of Placentia will don Canada’s colours in the event, which is a qualifier for the 2019 Pan Am Games in Peru. The top five teams from a pool of 16 move on to Peru. While ...
Key turns on 16th Targa Newfoundland
Targa NewfoundlandWhat is the 16th Targa Newfoundland began with the Prologue (practice) stages in Flatrock and Bauline on Sunday, with no incidents reported before the 33 competing vehicles returned to Jack Byrne Arena in Torbay for an evening car ...
Newfoundland's national men's fastpitch championship run ends
It was the defending champion Hitmen’s second playoff loss to the Mastodons, who had prevailed 5-2 in a Saturday matchup. That meant Galway had to play in Sunday’s semifinal against the Bulyea, Sask., Rustlers, and made short work of the Prairie team ...
Brad Ezekiel comes up sevens for Hitmen
In fact, every one of the 17 players on the Hitmen’s roster had at least one RBI as the team racked up an amazing 77 runs in winning all six of its round-robin contests, five which were shortened by the mercy rule. But Saturday morning, in its first ...
Newfoundland and Labrador's soccer team plays for fifth on final full day of competition at the Canada Games
ySoccer Newfoundland and Labrador will play its final match today, taking on New Brunswick for fifth place in the men’s soccer competition at the Ralph Cantafio Complex. Jack Haywood made some key second-half saves to earn the shutout and ...
Newfoundland and Labrador wrestler shines like silver at the Canada Games
Newfoundland's Angel Hiltz-Morrell (left) and bronze-medallist Sydney Lewis (right) of Ontario join gold-medal winner Jessica Rabet on the Canada Games podium after medal presentations following the conclusion of the women's 84kg wrestling ...
Finally! A medal for Newfoundland; wrestler will grapple for gold tonight
Angel Hiltz-MorrellHiltz-Morrell, wrestling in the 84 kilo weight class, pinned her Ontario opponent Friday morning to set up a gold-medal match Friday night. She is guaranteed of at least a silver medal. Hiltz-Morrell has won four straight matches, ...
Deal’s all but done; pro hoops coming to St. John’s
The Telegram has learned St. John’s Sports and Entertainment has reached a tentative deal in principle with a group looking to bring a professional basketball franchise to St. John’s next season. The league is the National Basketball League of ...
St. John's teen one busy swimmer at Canada Games
Imagine Usain Bolt going into the Rio Olympics announcing he was adding the 5,000 metre race to his sprints. That’s the scope of events that Sullivan, a 14-year-old from St. John’s who swims with the Mount Pearl Marlins, is covering at the ...
Newfoundland parents say Canada Games volunteers went “above and beyond” to solve their pet problem
The volunteers have rigged up a special Canada Games-coloured outfit for Jed, and have appointed him ‘volunteer therapy dog.’After all, heading into their game against Saskatchewan Thursday evening, the NL women’s softball team was 0-7 on the ...