Burin Peninsula MHAs defend effort on Arctic surf clam quota
Premier says N.L. wants meeting with feds about surf clams
Grieg sets date for Placentia Bay aquaculture project public information session
Fisheries Minister Gerry Byrne denied access to DFO Science meeting on salmon
Marystown ecstatic over Kaetlyn Osmond’s medal finish
CINDY DAY: Fun and games to go with weather science
Awareness walk for child abuse to take place in Lewin’s Cove next ...
Lawn drama troupe ends drought with regional festival win
Judy Foote to be installed first female lieutenant-governor on May 3
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Premier, minister announce plans for forestry, mining, and community sectors
Mekap’sk Mi’kmaq deliver demands to N.L. government for Northern Peninsula claim
Louise Jones appointed interim president and CEO for Central Health
Tensions high at meeting with salmon fishermen in Grand Falls-Windsor
Judge shouldn't have excluded evidence, Crown says of Anne Norris trial
Corner Brook man distributed pornographic video without permission
N.L. government confirms Nain boy died of TB
The Nunatsiavut Government has confirmed that Gussie Bennett of Nain, 14, died of tuberculosis-related complications. The Nunatsiavut Government stated in a news release Thursday that it is working with Labrador Grenfell Health to try to track ...
Police seize cocaine, cash and firearm from Grand Falls-Windsor home
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – A police search of a residence in Grand Falls-Windsor Wednesday evening, March 21, turned up cocaine, money and a firearm, according to the RCMP. A 39-year-old man from Grand Falls-Windsor was arrested and later ...
St. Anthony applies for funding to get rid of abandoned Baffin Sound
GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, NL – The St. Anthony Port Authority is hoping federal legislation will help remove the abandoned Baffin Sound from the harbour. Chair Ernest Simms informed the Northern Pen that the port authority has applied for ...
UPDATE: Cheers sound as trapped dolphins freed from Heart's Delight harbour
Loud cheers and sirens sounded as a small pod of white-beaked dolphins swam free this afternoon after days trapped by pack ice in the harbour at Heart's Delight. It is an amazing story of a community coming together supporting and helping out ...
Gander man sentenced to 3 1/2 years for child sex crime
A 25-year-old Gander man was sentenced to 3 1/2 years behind bars earlier this month, after a Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court judge deemed him a “desperate predator.” Sheldon Frost was convicted of sexual interference involving a ...
Dolphins remain trapped by ice in Heart’s Delight
If the residents of Heart’s Delight and area could harness the wind and channel it in an easterly direction over the pack ice that has trapped a small pod of white-beaked dolphins in the town’s harbour, the dolphins would be free by ...
Crown appeals verdict in Anne Norris case
Anne Norris’s lawyers are undaunted by a notice of appeal filed by the Crown earlier this week, looking to have the verdict in her murder trial overturned. Prosecutors Iain Hollett and Jeff Summers have given notice to Supreme Court of ...
Seeking a viable fishery in Twillingate
TWILLINGATE AND FOGO ISLAND, NL – With projected quota cuts to an already curtailed fishery, some shrimp harvesters say they will not even bother chasing the species this year. Perry Collins of Seldom on Fogo Island has harvested shrimp for ...
Wind change best chance for dolphins trapped in ice at Heart's Delight
Six or seven dolphins trapped by ice in the harbour at Heart’s Delight the past few days have had a lot of company. Hundreds of people have been visiting the harbour to get a close-up look at the white-beaked dolphins circling in an area of ...
UPDATE: Last missing Natuashish snowmobiler located
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, NL – The last of four missing snowmobilers travelling from Hopedale to their home community of Natuashish has been found. According to the Labrador RCMP, Jonathan Rich was located safely around 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, ...