Sea Cucumbers creating jobs in St. Lawrence
Newfoundland neighbours’ land feud ends up in court
Bob Wakeham: The ghosts of Muskrat past
UPDATED: Targa Newfoundland announces dates for next five years
ATV accident prompts emergency response in Beau Bois
Ocean Choice International charged with illegal fishing
The Food Dude – Getting Grilled: Charissa Lyda’s Cheesecake
Newfoundland and Labrador residents split on renaming of Discovery Day: poll
Gael Force plans expansion to Newfoundland and Labrador
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Elswick Road residents say latest accident shows why Corner Brook needs to calm street's traffic
Interim deal means western Newfoundland garbage will soon be shipped to Norris Arm
Corner Brook police charged teenage boy and girl with confining, assaulting girl
Driving without proper paperwork may be common practice: Cpl. Butler
Joshua Cormier agrees to remand in custody to Nov. 6
Government outsources for ideas on economic diversity
‘We’ve got so many barriers’ N.L. rally participants say
“It is 2018, and how come our language isn’t recognized?” Andrea Boundridge, deaf co-chairperson of the Recognize ASL and LSQ rally, was passionate as she explained the importance of Saturday’s gathering at the ...
Annual NAFO meeting adopts measures for Greenland halibut, Flemish Cap cod
The 40th annual week-long meeting of the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization (NAFO) ended on Friday in Tallinn, Estonia, where there were a number of measures accepted by Canada and other NAFO member contracting parties aimed at improving the ...
UPDATED: Big winners in Newfoundland
Winner alert! Two ticket holders in Newfoundland have just become a whole lot richer. A ticket holder for the LottoMax has won $500,000 on Friday night’s Maxmillions with the number 09,18,19,27,36,44,46. And a ticket purchased in Bay ...
N.L. prison protest coming to Confederation Building
When Samantha Piercey died at the women’s prison in Clarenville, family friend Patricia Day felt she had to do something. Day says she is good friends with Piercy’s mother, Lisa Piercey, who has understandably been going through a hard ...
Ask the Mayors: We asked area mayors about how the four-year term is going
Mayor Jim Parsons Corner Brook 1) Has your council done some positive things in the community during the past year? I’m proud we started down the road of developing our tourist sector with work around all-terrain vehicle tourism and ...
Auditors question ‘best option’ decision
A forensic audit team has determined Nalcor Energy made “potential misstatements” in examining the options for powering Newfoundland and Labrador, ahead of the decision to sanction the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project. The cost of ...
Taking back the night in Corner Brook
No matter where life took Nancy Buckle over the past 20 years, Take Back the Night was always a community event she vowed to attend. The Corner Brook woman, with her five-year-old daughter by her side, was among the 100 or so people who ...
Joshua Cormier arrested after evading police for a year
After more than a year of evading police, Joshua Melvin Cormier of Flat Bay was taken into custody in Stephenville on Thursday. He was wanted for charges of assault, uttering threats, disqualified driving, mischief and breaching court orders, ...
Impact of technology in a digital world focus of symposium at Grenfell Campus
Chih-Ying Huang has seen her share of sadness from traditional bullying or cyberbullying in her native Taiwan so when she got a chance to find out more about the impact technology is having in a growing digital world she wasn’t going to pass it ...
Taking back the night in Marystown
Their numbers may have been small but their message was clear as they made their way along Harris Drive in Marystown—with florescent signs containing messages such as “Speak Up to end violence against women” glowing in the flicker ...