Burin Peninsula native recalls war-time service
Devastation, distinction: Battle of Beaumont-Hamel is etched in ...
ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
Letters to Santa
New technology protects rear-seat passengers
Pro tips to prepare vehicle for winter
Mayor John Hamlyn has enjoyed his 55 years of service in Crow Head
From street hockey in Herring Neck to a gold medal in Bermuda
Gander Bay teen playing for New Brunswick’s Rothesay Netherwood School ...
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No increase in electricity rates for residential customers in 2019-2020: Newfoundland Power
Weather system heading Newfoundland and Labrador’s way
Mount Pearl man being mourned after pickup truck accident on bridge in Terra Nova
Leander Green was the first Newfoundlander to be awarded Distinguished Service Medal for bravery in First World War
The coffee is always on in Lord’s Cove’s little store
Newfoundland man sentenced to 15 months for possessing child pornography
St. John’s taxi drivers held up with a gun in two separate early morning incidents
St. John’s, N.L. — The RNC is investigating two separate armed taxi robberies that happened early Tuesday morning. At 5:30 a.m., officers were called to Cornwall Heights to a report by a taxi driver who had been called for a fare. When ...
Police continue to investigate incident of man who was found seriously injured near Marystown Post Office
On Nov. 1, 2018, at approximately 6:30 p.m., Burin Peninsula RCMP responded to a report of an unconscious man on Ville Marie Drive, near Canada Post in Marystown. The investigation into the circumstances surrounding the injured man continues. ...
Popularity of axe throwing in St. John's area grows thanks to downtown facility
At 5-foot-2 and 110 pounds, Kelsey Vivian doesn’t look like much of a force. But when the miniscule 27-year-old reaches over her head with two hands, leans in and hurls an axe at a wooden target board, it’s a powerful ...
Newfoundland and Labrador fall legislature roundup and lookahead
Believe it or not, it’s not just debates about bullying and harassment happening in the House of Assembly these days. While the public conversation has been focused on the allegations and ensuing debate, now is a good time to review what ...
Victim urges Newfoundland government to do more to protect children of abuse
He’s a John Doe connected to one of the most horrific and publicized cases of child abuse and system failings in recent history — the victim of a mother whose abuse took years to be exposed, but he can’t put it in the ...
Stephenville launches strategic planning process
The Town of Stephenville is beginning its strategic plan development through a citizen engagement process called “Shape Our Future.” According to a prepared statement, it is the first step in creating an avenue whereby the residents of ...
Police provide tips on safe winter driving now that the snow is flying
High winds sent snow swirling over the weekend, but luckily there was little impact on the motoring public in the Corner Brook area. A spokesman for the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary was happy to report there were only two minor accidents in the ...
Mark Hoyles frustrated nothing being done about flooding woes in Bottomless Pond
As the water level rises, so does the frustration level for Mark Hoyles. RELATED: 'Flooded cabin owner says he’s never seen Bottomless Pond rise so high' Hoyles is frustrated that nobody is doing anything about his growing ...
Tax break elimination for councillors a mistake, says St. Lawrence mayor
MARYSTOWN, N.L. St. Lawrence Mayor Paul Pike believes a decision by the federal government to eliminate a tax incentive for elected officials in Canada, including municipal councillors, was a “move in the wrong direction.” The ...
1.6-km busing controversy continues in Newfoundland and Labrador
A potential fix to concerns over the 1.6-kilometre busing policy is being tested by the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District, but the fix isn’t fast enough for opposition members. Hawkins The policy has been controversial ...