ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
Letters To Santa
Prep cabins against thieves this winter, Rocky Harbour RCMP advise
Cape Freels South to Newtown trail registered for environmental ...
Notre Dame Seafoods fined $115,000 for environmental violation
Holyrood councillor says it’s time to act on banning plastic bags
Update: Wild winds wreaking havoc across Newfoundland
NICHOLAS MERCER: Working for 48 hours
Former Quebec junior hockey star Kurt Etchegary suiting up for Corner ...
Graydon Pelley offering alternative to province's voters through NL Alliance
Province and judges must talk face-to-face, Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court rules
The N.L. Alliance needs 1,000 signatures to get off the ground
Province maintained oversight of Muskrat Falls project, former bureaucrat says
Group of Seven Painting discovered in this province
Weather system heading Newfoundland and Labrador’s way
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. The province is in for a blustery evening. The Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment says it is monitoring an approaching weather system. It is expected to bring strong winds, rain, and snow over Newfoundland ...
Mount Pearl man being mourned after pickup truck accident on bridge in Terra Nova
People in Mount Pearl and across the province are still dealing with the shock of the sudden death of the man who died as a result of an accident near Terra Nova over the weekend. Keith Hendry — whose body was found Monday, a day and a ...
Leander Green was the first Newfoundlander to be awarded Distinguished Service Medal for bravery in First World War
It came as no surprise to anyone in the community of Sunnyside when they learned of a local man’s heroics. Leander Green, an able seaman with the Royal Newfoundland Reservists, was quick to raise his hand when a ship’s captain needed a ...
Newfoundland man sentenced to 15 months for possessing child pornography
The descriptions alone read out in court of some of the nearly 18,000 child porn images found on computers owned by Douglas Noseworthy would fill most people with deep disgust and anger. Even Justice Carl Thompson did not want to view the images, ...
Newfoundland and Labrador government adds punishment for 'revenge porn'
The provincial government can’t stop people from sending nudes, but on Tuesday it introduced measures to protect those images from being shared without consent. The Intimate Images Protection Act will allow civil lawsuits to be taken against ...
Nalcor working to ensure 129 former Astaldi workers will get paid – but no promises it’ll happen before Christmas
As the clock ticks closer to Christmas, there’s no guarantee displaced Astaldi workers will see their money in time for the holidays. While unionized workers have been taken care of after Astaldi was ordered off the Muskrat Falls worksite on ...
RCMP Newfoundland and Labrador honours its best
St. John’s, N.L. — RCMP Corp. Jason Butler and Corp. David Hopkins — who both risked their lives to save others in dangerous situations — have been chosen recipients of the RCMP Commander’s Commendation for Bravery ...
Drivers passing accident scenes need to stop taking photos: Avondale fire chief
AVONDALE, N.L. If you’re behind the wheel and driving past an accident scene, taking out your cellphone to snap a picture should be the farthest thing from your mind. That’s according to Avondale Fire Chief Chad Costello. With ...
St. John’s taxi drivers held up with a gun in two separate early morning incidents
St. John’s, N.L. — The RNC is investigating two separate armed taxi robberies that happened early Tuesday morning. At 5:30 a.m., officers were called to Cornwall Heights to a report by a taxi driver who had been called for a fare. When ...
Popularity of axe throwing in St. John's area grows thanks to downtown facility
At 5-foot-2 and 110 pounds, Kelsey Vivian doesn’t look like much of a force. But when the miniscule 27-year-old reaches over her head with two hands, leans in and hurls an axe at a wooden target board, it’s a powerful ...