Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
Newfoundland and Labrador 2018 Christmas Lights map
Burin Peninsula native recalls war-time service
OPINION: Small business makes a big impact
Finally coming home: Scotland to return remains of Beothuks
St. Anthony mayor questions why food inspection office moved
LETTER: A fix for the Muskrat Falls debt
Continuing the fight: FISH-NL preparing for Gander convention
Weekend arrest in Churchill Falls results in a number of charges
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Nalcor, Muskrat Falls inquiry commission fight over construction phase audit report redactions
Noia announces 2019 achievement award recipients
Centreville N.L. company making strides forward with funding from the provincial government
Cannabis seeds now available online for Newfoundland and Labrador buyers
End of an era in Labrador West?
West coast company and Grenfell serve up grilled eel during taste testing event
OUTSIDE IN: Rising electricity costs equals opportunity for N.L. solar company
MARYSTOWN, N.L. — With the already high cost of electricity in Newfoundland and Labrador only anticipated to climb in coming years, renewable s ...
Poll suggests room for more, individualized financial planning
New online tools are rolling out as a means to get Canadians thinking about their financial future and developing some basic plans. A new Ipsos poll, completed on behalf of RBC Financial Planning, suggests Atlantic Canadians could use the digital ...
White Hills ski resort only profitable in two of past 10 years
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — Pierre Mirault, the new manager of the White Hills ski resort near Clarenville, is hoping to have four runs ready for the resort’s opening weekend this Saturday, Jan. 12. On Monday afternoon, Jan. 7, Mirault was ...
Small steps, as Husky Energy works back to production
An artist's depiction of the positioning of Husky Energy's Searose FPSO and its various drill centres in the area: NDC — Northern Drill Centre, CDC — Central Drill Centre, SDC — Southern Drill Centre, SWRX — ...
Liberals move to earlier water and wastewater tendering
The provincial government is calling for construction project applications from municipalities earlier in the year in an attempt to get funded work underway earlier. The shifting deadline, and earlier government review, was noted on Thursday ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association presents first set of industry awards
The Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association (NEIA) handed out its first ever Environmental Industry Awards this week. The awards program was implemented in an effort to recognize businesses and individuals who are developing ...
Harcourt Farm near Clarenville looking to expand dairy herd
HARCOURT, N.L. Hillside Holsteins Farm Ltd. is planning an expansion to an existing 76-hectare farm located in the community of Harcourt along Route 232 near Clarenville. The expansion of Harcourt Farm will include an increase in the dairy ...
Port Rexton Brewing Company looking to expand
PORT REXTON, N.L. Port Rexton Brewing Company Ltd. has registered a project to expand its operations with the Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment for environmental assessment. According to an environmental assessment bulletin ...
No easy fix for pothole-riddled road, Marystown restaurant owner says
MARYSTOWN, N.L. Mention the word potholes on the Burin Peninsula and one location in particular comes to mind for many people. The Columbia Drive entrance and right-of-way in Marystown that provides access to a trio of popular fast-food ...
New Newfoundland and Labrador commercial cutting permit policy in effect
On New Year’s Day, a new forestry policy affecting commercial cutting permit allocations came into effect in Newfoundland and Labrador. The policy sees Fisheries and Land Resources staff making recommendations on future permit volumes for ...