BOOK ReMARKS: Land Beyond the Sea
Early morning downtown St. John's structure fire causes some anxious ...
Firefighter files lawsuit against Town of Spaniard's Bay
Light pole toppled as car crashes into median in early Saturday ...
Trimper leaves cabinet, remains in Liberal caucus
Calls for safety as N.L. big game hunting season set to begin
N.L. producers say squid fishery opportunity being held back
Who’s running in Newfoundland and Labrador so far
Province releases damning report on Inuit children in care
FEDERAL ELECTION: Parties asked to stop Canada Post from expanding flyer distribution plans
Dover experiencing minor tourism bump this summer
Newfoundland and Labrador government signs production deal with new cannabis supplier
PUB releases second report on rate mitigation options
GUEST COLUMN: Labour Day: a celebration of workers and unions
Decades-old family business in Spaniard's Bay undergoes another transformation
Ford recalls 665,000 vehicles for safety issues, includes Atlantic Canadian vehicles
The Ford Motor Company issued four recalls Friday affecting over 665,000 vehicles in North America. The recalls cover braking seal leaks, corrosion of battery juntions, loss of power steering and seat belt restraint issues. The company said ...
Fresh catch in Paradise: Ocean’s Delight Seafood Shop latest business to move in at McNamara Drive
People in Paradise don’t have to look very far for locally sourced fish – a new shop that opened on Friday aims to fill that niche. Ocean’s Delight Seafood Shop co-owner Greg Collett said it’s something he’s always ...
New Labrador power line a Nalcor project
A new, 27-kilometre power line has been proposed, to feed power from Nalcor Energy’s Menihek Hydroelectric Station to a mining site on the Quebec-Labrador border. The build will be a Nalcor Energy project. The construction is estimated at ...
Potential Bonavista hotel entrepreneur frustrated with council deliberating
Those behind the proposed Cliff Hotel in Bonavista want residents to know exactly what their council is voting on when it decides to say “yes or no" to the proposed accommodations business in the community. Entrepreneur Michael Earle is ...
GUEST COLUMN: $15-per-hour minimum wage proposal flawed
Vaughn Hammond On Aug. 13, 2019, Mary Shortall of the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour (NLFL) wrote an opinion piece in The Telegram expressing support for a $15-per-hour minimum wage. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business ...
$8 million for 59 projects through Atlantic Fisheries Fund
More money from the Atlantic Fisheries fund will see $8 million going to 59 fisheries projects across the province. Federal Fisheries Minister Johnathan Wilkinson was in St. John’s on Tuesday for the announcement, joined by Premier Dwight ...
Port Saunders businesswoman unhappy with government processes
A Port Saunders businesswoman is not happy because of what she deems lack of help from the provincial government. Since last year, Vonnie Lavers has been running the Harbour Vista, an Airbnb, out of a home she purchased in Port Saunders. Thus ...
GUEST COLUMN: It’s time for a $15 minimum wage in N.L.
By Mary Shortall As David Maher’s Aug. 2 Telegram article stated, there has been a renewed debate about the merits of increasing Newfoundland and Labrador’s minimum wage to $15. Business, with their usual fierce resistance, ...
FISH-NL kicks off second ratification drive
The landscape is a lot clearer the second time around for the Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters — Newfoundland and Labrador (FISH-NL). The group embarked Monday morning on its second attempt to be ratified as a union to represent ...
Two major projects for Corner Brook contractor
Brook Construction, based in Corner Brook, is going to have a busy 2020 construction season. The provincial government has announced two significant contracts in as many days for the company. There is the construction of a new school for St. ...