Firefighters present award to Telegram photographer
The kids are alright: Gonzaga High School students onstage at LSPU Hall
Gettin' jibby with it at Jibfest 9
Witnesses at Muskrat Falls Inquiry explain reasons for on-site protests
Classroom damaged by fire at College of the North Atlantic's St. ...
Const. Joe Smyth found guilty of obstruction of justice
Crown wraps its case against Allan Potter
Newfoundland and Labrador government not responsive, land protectors ...
Trudeau sidesteps Muskrat Falls concerns
Don’t drink and ride: Labrador West snowmobile group concerned by drinking on trails
Conception Bay North skaters earn medals at provincials
Port aux Basques minor hockey president sets record straight about storm-stranded players
St. John's junior hockey playoffs kick into gear this weekend
Underrated, but not to be overlooked
Clarenville goalie to guard Team NL’s crease at Canada Games
CANADA WINTER GAMES: Newfoundland and Labrador's male hockey team chasing down playoff spot today
Newfoundland and Labrador will be looking for a spot in the medal playoffs as they take on New Brunswick today in the male hockey competition at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer Alta. The Newfoundland entry clinched a spot in the ...
Kathy Senior of Red Harbour lacing up with Team NL
Kathy Senior of Red Harbour is looking forward to taking the ice as a member of Team NL’s women’s ...
Province wins opener in Canada Games men's hockey
Newfoundland and Labrador got the start it wanted in the men’s hockey competition at the 2019 Canada Winter Games Saturday, winning its opening game by a 5-3 score over the Northwest Territories in Red Deer, Alta. The province, which is ...
U.K. native happy to help grow the sport of rugby in Corner Brook
If Donald Mhlaba arrived in Corner Brook about two years earlier, he would have been seriously disappointed. An avid rugby player since his days in primary school back in his hometown of Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England, the now-42-year-old found ...
Sexton Lumber places second in fundraising at Log a Load for Kids hockey tournament
At the Log a Load for Kids Charity Hockey Tournament, hosted for the first time in Clarenville Feb. 1-2, home team Sexton Lumber of Bloomfield placed second in fundraising — contributing $18,500 to the total $64,000 to be donated to the Janeway ...
Ready to dance: brother, sister duo ready to compete for Team NL at Canada Winter Games
A brother and sister figure skating duo who train in Labrador City are hoping to make their mark as they prepare for the next milestone in their careers: skating on the national stage at the Canada Games. James and Norah Levesque-Morrisette live ...
Bay Roberts table tennis players gets second crack at Canada Games
Getting a taste of the Canada Games experience in 2015 as a 13-year-old, Michael Hiscock of Bay Roberts is ready to come back for more. An experienced table tennis player who would have been among the youngest athletes to compete in Prince George, ...
Bay Roberts’ Dawson Crane excited about Canada Winter Games
Dawson Crane is leading a full life these days between training off-ice and on for hockey and looking after his homework at Newbridge Academy, a prep school in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. But the 16-year-old from Bay Roberts will soon take a break ...
Mount Pearl teen Zach Dean has plenty of hockey upside, but first will skate in Canada Winter Games
His name is Zach Dean, and most hockey fans in this province haven’t heard of him. They will. Dean is a just-turned-16-year-old hockey player from Mount Pearl who will be suiting up for Newfoundland and Labrador at the Canada Winter Games ...
St. Anthony hockey player heading to 2019 Global Girls Game
Jenna Diamond will be spending her 14th birthday playing hockey against some of the finest young female hockey players across Canada. The St. Anthony native was one of two bantam female hockey players from Newfoundland and Labrador selected to ...