Recently retired from fishing, Salvage man says harvesters should make conservation a ...
Debbie Bouzane of Gander awarded Hockey NL President’s Award
Team NL’s mission staff announced for 2019 Canada Winter Games
The common sense of playing with matches
Lock your vehicles, Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP warn
Amos Semigak — traditional Inuit carver
Bike Rodeo a blast for kids in St. Anthony
DFO officials suspect whale in Harbour Grace preparing to die
Recreation consternation: former Port aux Basques mayor addresses council about Bruce II ...
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Steady Brook mayor's use of town email sparks policy discussion
Ironworkers still have no firm word they'll get work at long-term care build in Corner Brook
Newfoundland and Labrador Liberals set sights on 2019 election
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball gets ‘a big endorsement’ in leadership vote at Liberal convention
Liberals want to redesign Newfoundland and Labrador coat of arms
Salmon licences for non-residents available on Newfoundland’s west coast
York Harbour’s Timothy Sheppard sentenced to 3 months for fraud
Timothy Sheppard was sentenced to three months in jail for fraud when he appeared in provincial court Friday. RELATED: 'Tim Sheppard has bail hearing set over' 'Judge hands Sheppard seven-year prison sentence' The York ...
Benoit’s Cove resident killed in all-terrain accident on Logger School Road
A 61-year-old man was killed in an all-terrain vehicle accident Thursday night in the Logger School Road area. The deceased, who was believed to be a resident of Benoit’s Cove in Humber Arm South, was the passenger on the vehicle. The ...
Benoit’s Cove resident believes parents need to work together to address bullying problem at skateboard park
The closure of the skatepark in Benoit’s Cove is causing plenty of discussion in the community. Darryl White finds it pretty sad that children in his community do not understand and appreciate what people do for them to provide them with a ...
Corner Brook Legion celebrates one of its own
Branch 13 of the Royal Canadian Legion in Corner Brook threw a birthday party in honour of one of its most respected members Friday. Second World War veteran Bob Grant, who turns 99 next Friday, was among the 212 western and central Newfoundland ...
Excavator being used in Blanche Brook upsets Stephenville man
Tony Pottle was very upset on Friday morning to see an excavator working in Blanche Brook just a short distance from his Hansen Highway residence. “I understand that remediation work needs to be done on the banks of the brook, but does it ...
Red curtains rise again for Maxim Mazumdar
College of the North Atlantic’s Digital Filmmaking program is about to make the impossible possible. A prepared release from the college said on June 22 at 8 p.m. the premiere of the program’s seventh annual intercession film entitled ...
ASK THE PEOPLE — How do you feel about food fishery times?
Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) announced dates for the 2018 recreational food fishery earlier this week. The summer dates begin June 30 and run weekends, with the last day of the summer season falling on Sept. 3. This year’s food fishery ...
Man with gun robs senior home alone in Fox Roost
FOX ROOST, N.L. – A senior-aged woman suffered minor injuries after a man armed with a gun entered her home in Fox Roost on June 13 and demanded money. According to a RCMP release, the incident occurred at around 7:30 a.m. The man, who ...
Marystown priest disheartened by vandalism of Virgin Mary statue
MARYSTOWN, N.L. — Father James Fleming, the Associate Priest at Sacred Heart Parish-Marystown and St. Patrick Parish-Burin, is saddened by recent vandalism to a statue of Mary Queen of the World. “It saddens my heart to see that ...
Most NAPE employees to receive first quarter severance payouts as requested: Tom Osborne
Most NAPE employees — 96 per cent — who requested severance payouts in the first quarter will receive those payments, Finance Minister Tom Osborne announced Friday. This will represent $35.7 million in payments to 3,422 ...