UPDATE: Gerry Rogers not seeking re-election, will resign as leader
Man charged with interfering with human remains in Conception Bay ...
Two men avoid serious injury on Veterans Memorial Highway following ...
Deer Lake RCMP seeking suspects, vehicle in cross-island crime spree
Carbonear always open for business: Doyle
St. John's RNC officer’s sentencing decision set for later this month
Glovertown parent charged under under All-Terrain Vehicles Act
Gatineau police find body of Ian Lambert
Ches Crosbie, Tories asked not to use Séan McCann’s “Victory Song”
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Humber River Rowing Club Inc. seeking out someone to help them build — or repair — boats
PHOTO: Fans vote Massey Drive's Nathan Barker as the U Sports men’s basketball player of the year
Corner Brook's Chris LeRoy turns disappointment into a new direction as he commits to play volleyball at Trent University
Doug Plumb steps down at St. John's Edge head coach
Gymnast Brianna Fortune primed for provincial competition
Corner Brook, Happy Valley-Goose Bay capture provincial broomball championships
Ethan Mercer aiming to beat the clock at invitational swim meet in city
This weekend will be a bit of a different experience for Ethan Mercer. Not because he’s in the pool competing as a member of the Corner Brook Rapids — that’s not unusual for the 17-year-old. The events he’s taking part ...
Corner Brook’s Cody Jacobs named co-winner of YBC 2018 male bowler of the year
According to Cody Jacobs’ grandmother, the 11-year-old “would rather bowl than eat.” It’s that hunger for competition that has kept Jacobs on the lanes habitually since he was just four years old. His father, Ray ...
St. John’s Edge’s four-game road trip ends with a loss to the Five
The St. John’s Edge have to be glad to have seen the end of the road. The Edge finished up the away portion of their 2018-19 National Basketball League of Canada regular-season schedule Monday night, losing 116-111 to the Sudbury Five. It ...
Underrated, but not to be overlooked
There’s a real good chance — in fact, let’s face it, it’s all but a given — there will only be a handful of ballers from this national senior men’s team which took on Chile last night at Mile One Centre wearing the ...
Two provincial championships in one weekend for Will Butler of Kippens
What could make a 13-year-old suddenly up and leave while competing in a provincial championship? Well, another provincial championship, apparently. That was the situation Will Butler of Kippens found himself in last weekend as skip of a team ...
U.K. native happy to help grow the sport of rugby in Corner Brook
If Donald Mhlaba arrived in Corner Brook about two years earlier, he would have been seriously disappointed. An avid rugby player since his days in primary school back in his hometown of Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England, the now-42-year-old found ...
Stewart hoping Corner Brook Regional High Titans can prove to be the best of the best at Hall of Fame Cup this weekend
It’s Thomas Stewart’s last of three years spent with the Corner Brook Regional High Titans senior boys basketball team. “I don’t really think about it right now,” he said. “I’m sure when it’s all ...
St. Anthony’s Nikki Rose aiming to compete at nationals with Western NL women’s softball team
It’s a long haul from St. Anthony to Corner Brook, particularly in the winter. “Some spots are a bit rough,” admits Nikki Rose, who hails from the small Northern Peninsula town. She still lives and works there as a teacher, ...
Stephenville Crossing’s Brooke Batt pursuit of excellence in the pool inspired by Katarina Roxon
Young athletes with a thirst for competitive sports usually find somebody who inspires them to be the best they can be. For Brooke Batt that person was international Paralympic swimming star Katarina Roxon of Kippens. Batt, an 18-year-old ...
Port aux Basques skating coach combines sport, adventure and a love of Newfoundland
Returning from a competition in Botwood on the evening of Sunday, Jan. 20 turned into an adventure for some Port aux Basques skaters, parents and their coach, Maxine Connolly. The five-car convoy had been getting regular weather reports from ...