Brock White earns second place in essay contest
UPDATED: Pond Cove man killed in industrial accident near Mary's Harbour
Polar bear sighting in St. Anthony area
Colour Run raises nearly $1,500 for St. Anthony and Area Boys and ...
French Shore Academy student to attend Queens University in September
Fundraiser underway for Great Northern Peninsula family who lost home to fire
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
Frenchman’s Cove man says waiting for a heart test could kill him
Man charged with impaired driving on Black Head Road
Speeding car clocked at 160 km/h on Outer Ring in St. John’s
Suspended driver caught in St. John’s driving rental truck with hatch open; owed $18,000 in fines
Eastern Health calls RNC to Mount Pearl after unresponsive man found in vehicle
Newfoundland and Labrador proposal on equalization falls flat
Court OKs Newfoundland and Labrador judges’ salary hike
Provincial court judges in Newfoundland and Labrador will each get a $32,000 annual raise, despite the government’s decision to deny them the salary increase. In a ruling made public Friday, a Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court judge ...
Fortune woman to be sentenced for theft from minor hockey association June 28
GRAND BANK, N.L.— Justice Sandra Chaytor heard sentencing submissions in the trial of Michelle LeRiche in ...
Route 100 committee hopeful after meeting with Newfoundland and Labrador government
Ray Murphy is cautiously optimistic after meeting with provincial Transportation and Works officials this week about the state of Route 100. The Route 100 Road Improvement Committee requested the meeting back in mid-April, Murphy said. The ...
Bike stolen in Fortune
FORTUNE, N.L. – The RCMP is investigating the theft of a bicycle from a locked roof rank on a vehicle in Fortune. Police received the report on Thursday, June 22, according to a release. An attempt to steal a second bicycle on the roof ...
32-year-old pleads not guilty to child pornography charges
GRAND BANK, N.L. — A 32-year-old male now residing in Corner Brook made ...
Grieg NL’s environmental impact statement for Placentia Bay project needs more work, ASF says
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. – The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) is recommending the provincial review panel return Grieg NL’s environmental impact statement (EIS) for its proposed Placentia Bay salmon aquaculture project to the company to add ...
Bay Roberts constable emphasizes importance of move over law
BAY ROBERTS, N.L. — The move over law has been in place in Canada for quite some time, but as the years go by, the law’s importance only grows. The move over law is a part of the Highway Traffic Act that requires motorists to yield the ...
Man who sexually assaulted, secretly videoed kids sentenced to seven years in jail by St. John's judge
“You’ll get what’s coming to you, you piece of s---!” a male relative of one of the children sexually assaulted by David Snow yelled at him from the gallery as he was being escorted out of a St. John’s courtroom Thursday ...
Legislation coming in 2019, equality for persons with disabilities in Newfoundland and Labrador is focus of ongoing efforts, minister says
Representatives from advocacy and community organizations were at the Confederation Building Thursday for a public update on the three-year provincial action plan for the inclusion of persons with disabilities. There were two panels of speakers, ...
Former clam trawler still lingering in Grand Bank harbour despite being sold
GRAND BANK, N.L. – The vessel formerly known as the Atlantic Pursuit continues to be a source of frustration and concern for Grand Bank council. The new owner has invested a significant amount of money on repairs and upgrades, but the ...