GUEST COLUMN: Looking to Ottawa — again
LETTER: Climate change deniers come out from under the cloud cover
LETTER: Questioning the secret search for a new MUN president
LETTER: Parallels between Trump Republicans and Canada’s Conservative ...
Fire causes extensive damage to St. Thomas home Friday night
LETTER: Naysayers, yea-sayers, the dumb and the mum
Roddickton-Bide Arm mayor acclaimed next president of MNL
Honesty earns Raleigh NL teen a backstage pass to meet hip hop act
2019 Porsche Macan offers superb drive dynamics
Flag Person injured by irate driver, charges laid: RCMP
RCMP seek to identify accused Carbonear shoplifters
Operation Impact results in assault, dangerous driving, firearms charges in Conception Bay South
Arena ice back after Town of Bay Roberts addresses equipment woes
Bay Roberts to look at reconfiguring busy intersection
Trinity-Conception-Placentia Health Foundation sets new record at 30th annual telethon
Atlantic Canadians support ban on single-use plastics: poll
Atlantic Canadians are overwhelmingly in favour of a ban on single use plastics by the year 2021, according to a new survey by Narrative Research, while some 63 per cent of people in Newfoundland and Labrador say they rarely or never use plastic bags ...
Memorial University of Newfoundland dealing with possible E. coli outbreak
Almost two dozen students at Memorial University's St. John's campus have been sent for testing for possible E. coli. On Sept. 30, Memorial’s Student Health and Wellness clinic was alerted to test results that indicated a student ...
Bay Roberts woman, recently stranded on Labrador highway, seeks Good Samaritan who lent a hand
A woman from Happy Valley-Goose Bay is in search of the good Samaritan who stopped to help her when she became stranded along the Trans-Labrador Highway. Shylowe Chaulk lives in Bay Roberts. She’d been visiting family in Happy Valley-Goose ...
Placentia RCMP charges man with exceeding speed limit by over 60 km/h
A 60-year-old Marysvale man was caught going more than 60 km/h over the posted speed limit on the Argentia access road Tuesday night. When the vehicle passed Placentia RCMP officers in a 50km/h zone, the radar clocked a speed of 116 km/hr/ The ...
Recognizing National Breastfeeding Week in Carbonear
Carbonear council signed a proclamation recognizing National Breastfeeding Week, which runs Oct. 1-7. This year's theme focuses on breastfeeding as a foundation of life. The proclamation signing took place Tuesday, Sept. 24 at a regular ...
Placentia RCMP charges man for leaving scene of two-vehicle collision in Dunville
A 47-year-old man was arrested and charged after leaving the scene of a two-car collision in Dunville, Placentia last month. On Sept. 20, Placentia RCMP received the collision report and learned that one of the drivers had left the scene. There ...
Gander climate strike produces low turnout but plenty of hope
Mary Feltham arrived in front of Gander’s Municipal Building moments before the scheduled start to Gander’s piece of the global climate strike. Esther Memvec Valveras (left) and Crystal Barnes were two of the people who ...
Town of Clarenville selects an option to replace causeway bridge
After receiving a preliminary report and recommendation for the Shoal Harbour Causeway bridge replacement, the Town of Clarenville has officially selected the most suitable structure. At the regular council meeting on Sept. 24, council reviewed the ...
World News Day 2019 - Remembering those 15-minutes of fame
Kidney for likes SYDNEY, N.S. - Stephen Gillis, originally from Sydney, will be the lucky recipient of a new kidney thanks to his Vancouver Spirit peewee hockey team. After learning he needed a transplant, ...
BLOG REPLAY: Thousands in Atlantic Canada rally for action on climate crisis
SaltWire reporters from southwest Nova Scotia to St. John's, N.L. are covering today's climate crisis protests, as thousands of Atlantic Canadians join with millions of other protesters worldwide to call for government action. Join us for our ...