Cannabis rules: what to expect in Newfoundland and Labrador
Marystown women’s shelter gets a gift from AVON
Sea Cucumbers creating jobs in St. Lawrence
Newfoundland neighbours’ land feud ends up in court
Bob Wakeham: The ghosts of Muskrat past
Book Remarks — Bay of Hope
Marystown aiming to streamline town’s playgrounds
Making a modern fall wreath
Corner Brook woman wanted to be among the first in the city to buy ...
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Bay Roberts RCMP release new photo in Butlerville break-ins case
No fanfare for legal pot in St. Anthony
2018 conference for inclusive employment held in Springdale
Motorists facing impaired driving charges in Labrador
Exploits ward candidates respond to concerns about Qalipu status criteria change
Visiting Puffin Island, one of only five manned remote lighthouses left in N.L.
Victoria park vandalized with vulgar imagery
VICTORIA, N.L. In an area of Victoria where people come to enjoy nature and the scenery, vandals have tried to take that away. The Beaver Pond Lookout is a park in Victoria that sees significant traffic from residents. Over the weekend of ...
Marine Atlantic delays crossings between N.L. and Cape Breton ahead of weather
Wicked weather coming across the Gulf of St. Lawrence and arriving in Newfoundland this morning is causing some delays and cancellations. Marine Atlantic has delayed all its departures from North Sydney, N.S. and Port aux Basques, N.L. until 11:45 ...
Flu shot clinics start next week across Newfoundland and Labrador
With flu season fast approaching — if not already here — the province’s regional health authorities are once again gearing up for free vaccination clinics throughout the province starting this coming Monday. Last year, roughly ...
Port aux Basques council argues for western region landfill
Port aux Basques Mayor John Spencer told council that during the recent Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador (MNL) conference, a representative from central Newfoundland spoke against subsidizing the west coast when it comes to garbage ...
Newfoundland Writers’ Guild celebrates 50 years
Fifty years ago today, a group was formed that would go on to become a stalwart supporter of the writing community in this province. In a meeting held at The Press Club in the Newman Building — today’s home of the Arts Council — ...
Heavy rains, strong winds expected for Port aux Basques and parts of the Southwest Coast
Parts of Labrador may get snow ...
Port aux Basques proves a natural fit for Oceanic Releaf cannabis shop
Although cannabis will be available at retail outlets once legalization comes into effect on Oct. 17, southwest coast residents will have to wait a bit longer to purchase it locally. Taylor Giovannini of Oceanic Releaf says the date for the grand ...
Teen arrested following Holyrood RCMP investigation into stolen vehicle
HOLYROOD, N.L. An auto theft investigation by the Holyrood RCMP has resulted in charges against a 15-year-old boy. On Oct. 1, the RCMP found an unoccupied 2016 Nissan Murano that had reported stolen earlier that day. Police arrested the ...
St. Anthony Seafoods employees looking to make ends meet
GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, N.L. Audrey Patey, 56, of St. Lunaire-Griquet received just 27 hours of work at St. Anthony Seafoods this summer. She’s worried about what the future holds. The future is precarious for plant workers ...
Ask the Mayors: Burgeo, Isle aux Morts, Ramea
BURGEO MAYOR JOHN SAVOURY Has your council done some positive things in the community during the past year? One positive thing we have done in our community during the past year, we made our playground wheelchair/handicap accessible by ...