N.L. youth organizations invited to apply for provincial funding
Two Clarenville area singers in National Youth Choir
Claire Spurrell awarded International President’s Leo Leadership medal
New town Chief Administrative Officer for Labrador City
Labrador West float plane dock brings opportunities and benefits
Allegedly impaired woman crashes vehicle in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
First Clarenville Children’s Wish Foundation motorcycle run a success
Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP charge youth in vehicle theft
DFO donates helicopter to CNA’s Gander campus
Corner Brook Curling Club experiences small financial loss during past season
Strong start for Newfoundland and Labrador in national senior women’s curling
Springdale girls learned to curl to seize winter games opportunity
Brad Gushue, Team Canada make a double with back-to-back Brier titles for St. John's rink
Ladies Caribou Funspiel in Grand Falls-Windsor a chance for non-curlers to try sport
Team NL members visit local Grand Falls-Windsor rink before Brier
GFW curler heading to the Brier
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – Grand Falls-Winsor will have some representation at this year’s Brier. At the RE/MAX Centre in St. John’s, on Sunday, Feb.4, Andrew Taylor celebrated with skip Greg Smith after defeating Andrew Symonds ...
Springdale Curling Club to start intergenerational program
SPRINGDALE, NL — A new intergenerational curling program is expected to start in Springdale as early as this week. The Springdale Curling Club, in partnership with the town, received a $10,000 grant from the Department of Children, Seniors, ...
St. John's loses out on bid to stage 2019 world men's curling championship
The 2017 Tim Hortons Brier in St. John’s was an overwhelming success, at the box office where Mile One Centre attracted over 120,000 curling fans, and on the bottom line, where some $10 million in economic activity was generated for the ...
Brad Gushue’s dreams of an Olympic return are swept away
Brad Gushue’s most recent attempt for another appearance at the Winter Olympics came to a screeching halt Sunday night as he and teammate Val Sweeting lost 8-6 to Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris in the final of the 2018 Canadian Olympic mixed ...
Brad Gushue happy to be in the mix
It may be considered gimmicky to some (most?) casual observers, but the mixed doubles game might be the future for curling across the country. “It’s huge in Europe,” said reigning Brier and world champion Brad Gushue of St. ...
Brad Gushue winless after opening day of mixed doubles trials
The other members of his Brier and world men’s champion team had good starts Tuesday at the Canadian mixed doubles Olympic Trails, but Brad Gushue of St. John’s, who is teamed with Val Sweeting of Alberta, couldn’t come away with a ...
Brad Gushue rink's Olympic dreams dashed
Ottawa - Four years of planning and building for a week-long, tension-filled test of endurance that is the Canadian Olympic Trials evaporated in just under three hours on the pebbled ice of Canadian Tire Centre as Brad Gushue and his curling team ...
Brad Gushue punches ticket to semifinal at Olympic trials
OTTAWA - We don’t want to get too ahead of ourselves here, but the thoughts of it are too delicious not to contemplate. Tonight’s final round-robin game of the Roar of the Rings between Brad Gushue and Kevin Koe might well be a prelude ...
Robin Short: Not much roaring at Roar of the Rings
OTTAWA – As we near the playoffs at the Roar of the Rings, time to clear out the notebook, and chime in with a few thoughts that nobody asked for, but … Robin Short The other night, when Mike McEwen came up short on his draw to ...
Gushue moves into second-place tie at Olympic Trials
Ottawa - Mike McEwen decided to give the fans a little show with his last shot Wednesday night, sliding from the hack and doing a 360-degree turn before releasing his stone. The game was over, except for the handshakes, and McEwen figured ...