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
Caribous beat Flyers to take 2-1 CWSHL finals lead
'Dragons' Den' auditions in St. John’s Saturday drew entrepreneurs from near and ...
Phone scam targeted at least one person in Bay Roberts area
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Renovations progressing at Grand Bank pool but season opening likely to be delayed
Volleyball central: 125 teams gathered for biggest provincial championship in the country
For Team Indigenous, the destination was worth the journey to the N.L. Winter Games
It's a done deal: St. John's to join ECHL beginning next season
Springdale girls learned to curl to seize winter games opportunity
With St. John's in fold, ECHL about to become more East Coast than ever
Gander resident finishes Cain’s Quest with a personal best
LABRADOR CITY, NL – While Team 09 wasn’t the first to cross the finish line in this year’s Cain’s Quest endurance race, five-time competitor Mark Tinkham of Gander finished with a personal best. Tinkham, along with racing ...
Tri Pen Ice female bantam AAA team to represent NL at Atlantics
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. — The Tri Pen Ice won the 2018 Bantam AAA Female Provincial Championships on Sunday in CBS. According to a release from Hockey NL, the Ice edged the Eastern Ice Breakers 1-0 in the Championship Game. The ...
Montreal Canadiens alumni coming to play on Fogo Island
FOGO ISLAND, NL – Montreal Canadiens alumni will soon be skating Fogo ice and facing off against the Fogo Islanders. The former NHLers will be at the Iceberg Arena on March 17, playing with Fogo Island’s travelling men’s hockey ...
Brad Gushue, Team Canada make a double with back-to-back Brier titles for St. John's rink
Vegas baby! Here we come! Brad Gushue, Mark Nichols, Brett Gallant and Geoff Walker capped off a dominant week of curling, sailing to their second straight Tim Hortons Brier Canadian curling championship Sunday night with a 6-4 victory over ...
ECHL ready to give official approval to franchise for St. John's
The yet-to-be-named St. John’s team could officially be introduced as the ECHL’s newest franchise as early as today. With the expected approval from the league’s board of governors, St. John’s will be the 28th team in the ...
Spirits high as Deer Lake puts out welcome mat for 2018 Newfoundland and Labrador Winter Games
Seeing young male and female athletes from all over the province in one place in an upbeat mood, singing and dancing, decked out in their team colours. It was a sight worth waiting for. It was all about the athletes Saturday night in Deer Lake ...
Hearing impaired forward from Baie Verte playing hockey for central at Winter Games
NL — As Team Central Newfoundland begins its quest for a medal at the provincial Winter Games today in Deer Lake, they have a forward taking the ice with an inspirational story. Noah Walsh of Baie Verte was born profoundly deaf, but does not ...
Newhook impressing NHL scouts
NHL scouts are certainly taking notice of 17-year-old St. John’s hockey phenom Alex Newhook. In its most recent draft preview edition, The Hockey News also provided a peek into the 2019 NHL Draft and has Newhook sitting No. 2 in its early ...
Local soccer players training in B.C.
Twenty-four local soccer players are in British Columbia for the annual Vancouver Whitecaps under-13/under-14 High Performance Combine in Richmond, B.C. Starting today, the event runs until next Saturday in Richmond, B.C., featuring training ...
Pee wee AAA female playdowns in Glovertown this weekend
GLOVERTOWN, NL – The chase for title of best pee wee AAA female team in Newfoundland and Labrador begins today, March 9, at the Glovertown Gardens. The tournament features the host Central Ice Pak, Tri Pen Ice, Western Warriors and Eastern ...