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
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
The Southern Gazette
Prime times for viewing lunar eclipse in Newfoundland and Labrador Sunday night
Newfoundland veteran's family reflects on his life
Happy Valley-Goose Bay N.L. RCMP officer sharing his story as a cancer survivor; helping others facing their own battles
Nain hockey teams need a helping hand
Eastern Health continues to offer influenza vaccination clinics
Best of the West: Rahel Porter
LABRADOR WEST, N.L. We have some great young people among us is Labrador West. There is no better example of this than Rahel Porter. Rahel, 15, was born in Labrador West. She is currently a Grade 10 student at Menihek High School. She is ...
Remembering former Nunatsiavut Government representative Trudy Mesher-Barkman
NORTH WEST RIVER, N.L. Trudy Mesher-Barkman was the type of person who believed certain things happened for a reason in life, rather than mere coincidence. She even believed that the extraordinary events that led to how she met the love of ...
Labrador West Pioneers: Gordon and Stella Avery
This version of our Labrador West Pioneer’s is a story of a truly remarkable couple. Gordon first came to Labrador to work on the Twin Falls project in 1958 and ‘59. He returned to the island at the end of this project and came back to ...
ASK THE PEOPLE: Why are people leaving their pets outside in the cold?
In just four days there have been three reports of animals — seemingly someone’s pets — left abandoned on the west coast. Three cats were plucked from a snowbank in Cormack on Sunday. On Monday three more cats were found along the ...
Labrador West Steelworkers spread Christmas cheer with donations
Kids Eat Smart program received a $250 donation from the Steelworkers union. A lot of people see Christmas as a time for giving, when we give gifts to friends and family who mean a lot to us. And there is also the element of receiving ...
Stocking stuffer lotto win means no more trips west for Lewisporte construction worker
LEWISPORTE, N.L. The Scratch’N Win tickets tucked into Ronda Boyde and Lorne Deering’s holiday stockings turned out to be a bigger gift than they could have ever imagined. The winnings from those tickets eventually led to the ...
Nearly $39,000 raised to buy wheelchair accessible van for Great Northern Peninsula boy
SANDY COVE, N.L. Generous people from across the Great Northern Peninsula and beyond have helped the family of James Manuel purchase a much-needed wheelchair accessible van. James Manuel, 10, of Sandy Cove, was diagnosed with Coffin-Lowry ...
RCMP spread Christmas cheer in northern Labrador
NATUASHISH, N.L. People were likely surprised to see RCMP officers knocking on their doors Dec. 23. The police were distributing Christmas hampers to families in Natuashish, Makkovik, Hopedale and Nain as part of an annual Christmas cheer ...
Twillingate librarian retires after nearly four decades on the job
TWILLINGATE, N.L - After 36 years of service, Barb Hamlyn is leaving behind her role as Twillingate’s librarian. Hamlyn, now 65, was the familiar face to four generations who walked through the Twillingate Public Library — the halls of ...
Night of the Nalujuks in Hopedale
BY FLOYD SPRACKLIN SPECIAL TO THE LABRADORIAN HOPEDALE, N.L. Early in the evening of Jan. 5, Inuit children in Hopedale reposition their Christmas stockings long since void of their Christmas morning treats. All is ready in anticipation that ...