A new way to get around Labrador West
Lending a helping hand
Questioning the science
UPDATE: Funeral continues for slain Fredericton police officers
Reason for optimism at St. Anthony Seafoods
Nalcor refuses contractor information
Gander youth hoping to be the next Junior Miss
Mining project in St. Lawrence appoints new CEO
Investment Industry Association of Canada makes recommendations to N.L. tax review committee
The Southern Gazette
Todd Gillingham appears in St. John's court on 16 new charges
Alleged Hell’s Angels associate charged in St. John’s Friday
$18.5M allocated for 7 small craft harbours in Labrador
Demolition of Spaniard’s Bay’s old town hall stirs up commotion
Raleigh experiences three-day internet outage
Police investigating break and enter at Happy Valley-Goose Bay business
Volunteers sought for MusicNL Week 2018
Volunteers are being sought for MusicNL Week 2018 slated to be held in Twillingate Oct. 10-14. People who have an interest and meet the following criteria, can be part of the volunteer group for MusicNL Week 2018: • Interested in volunteering ...
RCMP warns increased presence of outlaw motorcycle gang members expected in central this weekend
The RCMP is alerting the public of an expected increase in the presence of outlaw motorcycle gang members in central Newfoundland this weekend. Staff Sgt. Steve Conohan of RCMP Criminal Intelligence said the public may see groups of riders on the ...
Chain fast to raise awareness of Muskrat Falls project spreads across country
People across the country are taking part in a chain fast in support of the Labrador Land Protectors. The purpose of the chain fast, which see’s people fast for one day or more, is to show support of raising awareness and building resistance ...
Blame those pesky birds
WABUSH, N.L. - Around 4:30 a.m. Aug. 10 all of a sudden the lights went out. People getting ready for work and those yet to rise didn’t know it yet, but most were about to get a day off. The power ended up being off for about 12 ...
Spaniard’s Bay council denies homeowner’s request to compensate for basement sewer backup
SPANIARD’S BAY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The Town of Spaniard’s Bay has denied a homeowner’s request to cover the cost of cleaning up her basement after sewer water backed up into the home on New Harbour ...
Bell Island native loses claim in Scottish workplace harassment case
DeeAnn Fitzpatrick, the 49-year-old Newfoundland woman who claimed she was taped to a chair and threatened during a decade of harassment while she worked as a fisheries officer at a government agency in Scotland has failed to secure damages after ...
Unusual smuggling case back in St. John's court
It’s a common hearing to see on the provincial court docket — an application to allow police to hold on a little longer to items seized as part of a criminal investigation. In St. John's on Wednesday, one such application related to ...
Break-in at Ideal Convenience in Grand Falls-Windsor
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. – The RCMP is investigating a break and enter at Ideal Convenience in Grand Falls-Windsor. According to a release, the break-in occurred just after midnight on Sunday, Aug. 13. Video surveillance shows a person ...
Emergency hours not changing at Baie Verte facility: Central Health
BAIE VERTE, N.L. – There are no changes planned to the emergency department hours at the Baie Verte Peninsula Health Care Centre, according to Central Health. The health authority released a statement today, Aug. 15, saying it felt compelled ...
MHA critical of Flower’s Cove council in Facebook post
FLOWER’S COVE, N.L. - A Facebook post by St. Barbe-L’Anse aux Meadows MHA Christopher Mitchelmore on Aug. 3, criticizing the Town Council of Flower’s Cove, has prompted a flurry of comments from local residents. In his post, ...