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
The Food Dude — In Canada, brownies bake you
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Classifying autonomous cars a challenge for industry
The Southern Gazette
Big win for Grand Falls-Windsor ball hockey player
Athlete of the Year Special Olympian Samantha Walsh dedicated to sports
Marlins look back on successful swim season
A new skills park with pump track to become reality for west coast mountain bikers
Grand Falls-Windsor gears up for a mountain bike trail
Stephenville's Gia Caul willing to give back to a sport that helped her develop as a hockey player
Gia Caul skates effortlessly up the ice in full stride at a quick pace. She carves up the ice, weaving in and out of traffic, trying to bury a goal for her team or be the playmaker on a nice setup on a goal by one of her teammates. Caul, the ...
Pasadena working toward solution that would keep junior basketball program on the court
More hands mean less work. That’s the philosophy Wanda Wight is following as she tries to keep a developmental basketball program alive at Pasadena Place. For the past two years, the Town of Pasadena operated the Steve Nash Basketball ...
Corner Brook's Andrew Bruce knows he has work to do as new guy on the block at University of Victoria
It only took 54 holes for Andrew Bruce to learn a valuable lesson about his golf game. Bruce, a 19-year-old Corner Brook native, finished at 22 over par in his first tournament as a member of the University of Victoria Vikes men’s golf ...
Lots of soccer questions, but very few answers
The sport of soccer has been one of the fastest growing sports in the world over the last decade. But for some reason, it seems that in Newfoundland, and more noticeably in the greater St. John's area, it has been on somewhat of a ...
Corner Brook's Ethan Mercer welcomes opportunity to learn from Olympian swimmer Brent Hayden
Ethan Mercer wants his final season with the Corner Brook Rapids to be one where he puts his best stroke forward so he welcomes the help of somebody who knows a thing or two about the sport. “I really want to make sure I do my best, get some ...
It's Newfoundland's version of the Daytona 500
If you love racing, you are sure to love the action this Saturday afternoon at Eastbound International Speedway in Avondale. Since 2014, it’s a weekend that’s been circled on the calendars of race fans in the province … ...
Newfoundland athlete headed to Invictus Games
Ret’d Cpl JoAnne Gilliland Power of Portugal Cove has been chosen to represent Canada in the Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia next month. She will be competing in archery and sitting volleyball. The Invictus Games, created by the Duke ...
Corner Brook's Darren Brake grabs first place in Grand Touring division at Targa Newfoundland
Cruising along the twisting roads of the province at a maximum speed of 150 kilometres in his 2017 Subaru WRXSTI was a great vacation getaway for Darren Brake. Driving his Subaru, the 50-year-old Corner Brook native, along with navigator Herb ...
Katarina Roxon picks up three medals at Japan Para Swimming Championships
Katarina Roxon had to withdraw from her final event, but she made sure she had a handful of medals before leaving Japan. Roxon, a fixture on the international para-swimming scene, picked up three medals at the 2018 Japan Para Swimming ...
Search is on for volunteer coach to run youth basketball program in Pasadena
There are some young basketball players in Pasadena who are eager to get back on the hardwood at Pasadena Place. Kelli Lannon, programs and special events co-ordinator at Pasadena Place, hopes to have some good news for them soon. For the past ...