$18.5M allocated for 7 small craft harbours in Labrador
From the vault - Aug. 17, 1988
Company planning microbrewery and taproom in St. Anthony
Raleigh experiences three-day internet outage
Damaged kayak found near Forteau; boater missing
MHA critical of Flower’s Cove council in Facebook post
Eastlink to discontinue analog TV in several Northern Peninsula communities
Letter: Western Brook Pond will never be the same
Letter: Nalcor failing to consult with Mekap’sk Mi’kmaq
Motorcycle ride to raise money for Kids Eat Smart program at Northern Peninsula schools
Nearly $10,000 raised to help Bear Cove family
U.S. family returns mother’s ashes to St. John’s
Shirley Hipditch Ellzey never made it back to St. John’s and the province she left behind to escape a hard early life, but this month her American family made the journey for her. The day she died, Hipditch Ellzey expressed a wish to be ...
Straits communities celebrate Come Home Year
BRIG BAY/PLUM POINT/BLUE COVE / POND COVE, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA It was another occasion for community spirit as the neighbouring communities of Brig Bay, Plum Point, Blue Cove and Pond Cove celebrated the 2018 Come Home ...
Paying tribute to Sheila Paddon
Sheila Paddon, 97, passed away on Aug. 9. While her last few years may have been spent in St. John’s, Paddon spent the bulk of her life in Labrador and it was to Labrador she returned to be buried alongside her husband, Dr. Tony Paddon, in ...
Labrador West Auto Show a real crowd pleaser
Despite cool and slightly damp weather, people showed up for the second annual Labrador West Auto Show. Cars and trucks of many eras and an occasional motorcycle were in line for lots of photo taking. “We had 42 vehicles registered,” ...
Ramea in need of a new fire truck
Being on an island means Ramea faces an extra challenge when it comes to emergency firefighting. Their closest support comes from the Burgeo Fire Department, but that ferry ride is over an hour-long trip one way, and that’s assuming the ...
Leading Tickles pastor working with youth in Africa
After a brief trip to Africa with a colleague in 2004, Anna (Rowsell) Dearing never thought she would return. “I knew when I came back that I would be involved with some form or mission work, it impacted me for future work, but I never felt ...
A new way to get around Labrador West
Fraser Drover and his daughter Kailey take a drive through town on their rickshaw. LABRADOR CITY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA You can’t blame people for taking a second look as they see a shiny red rickshaw ...
Lending a helping hand
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA A story published in The Labradorian recently has the Salvation Army reaching out to people to donate bicycle parts or used bikes that will eventually make their way to ...
Gander youth hoping to be the next Junior Miss
At age 10 Addison Crocker has a special goal in mind. The Gander Elementary student is looking forward to representing Gander in the Junior Miss Newfoundland and Labrador Pageant in Carbonear this September. “I’m looking forward to ...
U-Turn Centre aims to do more with move to new Carbonear location
CARBONEAR, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The U-Turn Centre has made quite a name for itself in Carbonear over the years, and the organization has recently made a big move to reflect that U-Turn is a drop-in addictions recovery ...