Clarenville swears in new council
Liberal hopeful Pete Soucy discusses aquaculture project with Grieg NL officials
Hickman's Harbour fishers relieved DFO ditched new rule for herring fishery
N.L.’s moose hunters reminded to use firearms safely
Milton cidery and orchard project receives environmental approval
Huge turnout in Clarenville to honour Cpl. O’Keefe and first responders
Clarenville Memorial walk raises over $8K for mental health
Petition calls for end to N.L.’s 1.6-km busing rule
Where Once They Sailed: George Stringer among first NL casualties of Great ...
Cape Breton Post
<strong>Ship Harbour will celebrate important world event</strong>
Temporary closure of Mill Bridge in Grand Falls-Windsor announced
<strong>Two men charged with salmon poaching</strong>
<strong>Bail hearing set for suspected kidnapper</strong>
Green winter puts snow-clearing budget in the black: $628,000 under budget
Danny Breen.An update provided to St. John’s city council Monday by public works committee chairman Coun. Danny Breen shows the city is $627,565 under budget for the year to date. “We’ve had a mild winter, probably milder than last July in a lot of ...
Small gifts add up to big impact
Submitted photosDiagnostic Imaging Department staff at the Central Newfoundland Regional Health Centre are just a few of the many Jeans Day supporters at Central Health facilities throughout the region. Front, l-r: Wendy Houlihan, South and Central ...
Students speak out against cuts to MUN library
“Memorial University plays an important role in growing Newfoundland and Labrador’s population by attracting students from across the country and around the world. Innovative research, generated by graduate students at Memorial University, is ...
Parish welcomes Syrian family to St. John's
Facebook photoMembers of St. Mark’s Anglican Parish welcomed a family of Syrian refugees at St. John’s International Airport Saturday. They are the first of five refugee families being welcomed to the province by the diocese.The young family landed ...
Province wants N.L. kids to be more physically active
The press conference this morning, buffered on either end by gym play, allowed Davis to announce another $400,000 over three years, being committed by Canadian Tire, for additional equipment for in-school activities. ParticipACTION, School sports ...
Bell Island RCMP investigating armed robbery at legion building
Bell Island RCMP says two people, dressed in dark clothing and wearing ski masks, entered the Royal Canadian Legion and demanded the bartender give them all the cash. The lone bartender at the time told police the bandits disabled the phone before ...
Heading home for Christmas campaign
Mica McCurdy, a development officer with Choices For Youth (CFY), speaks about the organization’s Christmas fundraising campaign — “Home For The Holidays” — at Monday’s launch at its Duckworth Street office in downtown St. John’s.The campaign website ...
Street reopens after reported stand-off
Witnesses said they believed the incident to be a standoff, but police did not confirm. The street has been reopened to traffic and residents. Nobody appears to have been injured. EARLIER STORY: Police have blocked both entrances of Nascopie Crescent ...
Muskrat Falls expenditures total $144M in July
The report says this amount included almost $28 million to Newfoundland and Labrador businesses. “From January 2013 to the end of the reporting period in July 2015, over $900 million has been spent with Newfoundland and Labrador-based ...
Patients complain of lack of hot water
Mark GruchyA nice, hot shower can help relax the mind and cure many of the ills that trouble you, but for that you need hot water. At the psychiatric unit, well, hot water is hard to come by. Related letter: Conditions at psychiatric unit ...