St. Lunaire-Griquet couple’s move to Ontario supports son’s battle for his daughter
CORA discusses salmon angling concerns at St. Anthony meeting
Savage Cove opens state of the art playground
Port au Choix purchases 2,200 reusable bags
Bike Rodeo a blast for kids in St. Anthony
Another fantastic year for the Great Northern Peninsula’s Iceberg Festival
New play by Jeff Pitcher tells the stories of 17 Northern Peninsula ...
Boy who called 911 earns kudos from Labrador-Grenfell Health
Southern Labrador town to ban single-use plastic bags
No qualified cannabis retailers listed on Great Northern Peninsula
Expanding the wings of tourism
Northern Peninsula leaders discuss Active Energy's forestry proposal
Mole Hole on former Ernest Harmon Air Force Base could be great for tourism: Stephenville mayor
Now that the Mole Hole on the former Ernest Harmon Air Force Base is up for sale, Stephenville Mayor Tom Rose is hoping someone in the private sector might purchase it to create a tourism business. That’s because of the building’s rich ...
Snow crab sector passes audit
Despite the drop in the total allowable catch (TAC) that caused concern in this year’s snow crab fishery in the province, the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has recertified the fishery following a reassessment audit. The Marine Stewardship ...
Details on $60-million innovation and business development fund coming soon
It’s clear the provincial government is very proud of Advance 2030, its plan for growth in the province’s oil and gas industry. It’s also clear that in the absence of a regulatory environment that suits both the province and ...
Company proposing to expand sand quarry near Swift Current
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Sparkes Trucking Ltd. has registered an extension of its existing sand quarry near Piper’s Hole River and estuary with the provincial government for an environmental assessment. According to a bulletin from the ...
Father and son pastors open bookstore and coffee shop in Corner Brook
Twenty-six years ago, Cyril Rogers moved his family, which included his wife Joan and their five children, to Corner Brook in a school bus. His son Jon Rogers said they lived in that bus while his dad started the SonRise Ministries. Today, Jon ...
Thriving Regions workshop examines new ideas for Baie Verte Peninsula
BAIE VERTE, N.L. — In the midst of concerns about the future of rural areas of this province, there is an initiative underway to counteract those thoughts and to breathe new life into communities. On June 7, the second Baie Verte Peninsula ...
Earning to learn, learning to earn
It’s Friday night at the BMO Centre in the heart of Bedford and the Bandits are taking on the Rock in this lacrosse matchup. In her blue, red and white Bandits uniform, 17-year-old Megan Cox is confident. “We beat them last time, so ...
Relationship status: it’s complicated
Not too long ago, I wrote about marriage and planning a financial future together after the honeymoon ends. And while the advice offered at the time holds true for those headed down the aisle — and those jetting off to Niagara Falls to elope ...
KGS Group wins contract for lower Churchill River flood risk mapping study
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – KGS Group has been awarded a $931,000 contract for a flood risk mapping study, a flood forecasting model and a flood forecasting service for the lower Churchill River. According to a release from the provincial ...
Western Newfoundland retailers lamenting late start to cod fishing gear
When Gary Warren heads out across the province selling sport fishing gear to retailers, he tries to kill two birds with one stone and brings along cod fishing equipment, too. This year, the delayed announcement of the recreational groundfish ...