The Food Dude — Ghost cravings
Editorial: The battle for equality
Book Remarks — Fogo — My Favourite Corner of the Earth
Grieg NL’s Placentia Bay aquaculture project released from environmental ...
Clarenville council decides to hold off on Shoal Harbour Drive changes
Regional Walk for Mental Health and Addictions gears up for Sunday
Town of Clarenville considering demolishing old primary school
Detailed design tender awarded for new Clarenville fire hall
Music and Friends gives back to community
Port au Port native Trent Gaudon embracing chance to wear the Maple Leaf again
Foam Fest profitable for Marble Mountain
Western AAA Peewee Kings back on the ice with a clean slate
Season wraps up for Labrador West minor soccer
CeeBees back in the game
Western Warriors AAA bantam coach Robert Major hoping to salvage game of hockey for his girls
Corner Brook's Liam Smith likes how he's fitting in with St. Stephen Aces
The players have welcomed him with open arms. The people in the community have made him feel at home. He has his first game under his belt and he liked how he handled himself in his first chance to prove he belongs. Liam Smith is finding ...
Corner Brook's Andrew Antle willing to put in the work to earn way with Aces
Andrew Antle had some anxious moments waiting to hear if he had earned a roster spot with the St. Stephen’s Aces. However, he had a calming feeling come over him once he got the good news. The former Western Kings star and last ...
Team Stoyles wins Clarenville league championship
CLARENVILLE, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Scott Maidment presents Justin Stoyles with the George Martin Memorial award as playoff MVP. With another softball season in the books, Team Stoyles came out on top of the ...
TSN has Newhook in 14th spot for 2019 NHL Draft
Seventeen-year-old Alex Newhook is the 15th ranked player on TSN’s pre-season rankings for the 2019 NHL Draft. The ranking were compiled by TSN’s Bob McKenzie. The ranking is big drop from the second slot where The Hockey News had ...
For the St. John's Edge, Grand Falls-Windsor will be basketball central in November
The Edge is moving towards the centre. The centre of Newfoundland that is. The National Basketball League of Canada’s St. John’s Edge will be holding its 2018 training camp in Grand Falls-Windsor, fulfilling the team’s ...
It was championship-clinching time at Eastbound Speedway
On a day when Owen Groves navigated his maiden voyage in a NASCAR Division I series car to victory in the Wounded Warriors 75 at Eastbound International Speedway, the remaining 2018 series championships were locked up heading into the final races of ...
They’re heading out over the highway today for 17th Targa Newfoundland
The 17th edition of the Targa Newfoundland motorsports car rally is scheduled to kick into high gear today. Upwards of 30 teams are entered in the Targa and Grand Touring divisions in the event, which will be run over the next five days, primarily ...
Western Kings win one, drop two
The Western Kings lost two out of three games over the weekend, but they still feel pretty good about the one win. Not only was it the Kings’ first triumph of this young Newfoundland and Labrador Major Midget Hockey League season, it came ...
Run for the hills coming up in Labrador West
LABRADOR WEST, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The name says it all. Run for the Hills is a popular running (and walking if you like) event sponsored each fall by the Menihek Nordic Ski Club in Labrador West. This year the ...
Tri Pen Osprey back for 2018-19 hockey season under new management
CONCEPTION BAY NORTH, NL NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The Tri Pen Osprey are preparing for a new hockey season in the provincial major-midget league with a new crew in the management positions, including a new head coach. For five ...