Christmas spirit showcased for St. Lunaire-Griquet parade
St. Anthony Salvation Army holds annual kick-off for Christmas Kettle Campaign
Shawna Reardon carries on sister’s charitable work with Project Amanda event for ...
Clarenville moose hunters concerned about possible sick moose hunted on Northern Peninsula
Contractor left home damaged; Red Bay couple has been unable to reach ...
Fisherman says more oversight needed on Labrador shrimp allocation committee
April Poole honoured for leadership at St. Lewis Academy
Researchers and locals come together to build future for Northern Peninsula
DFO and harvesters meet in St. Anthony to discuss the fishery
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Northern Peninsula mayors say regional governance is the way forward in preventing projected population decline
FISH-NL to make announcement on certification application on Thursday
A dozen people walk out on regional consultations in Stephenville
Premier, Nalcor board in tug-of-war over Muskrat Falls disclosure
Early sparring signals Elections Act fight in N.L.'s House of Assembly
John Hickey left a mark on Labrador, colleagues say
John Hickey, 62, died Dec. 14 after suffering a gunshot wound Dec. 9 while checking his traps alone. Hickey, mayor of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, former MHA and cabinet minister, was a force in Labrador politics and the province as a whole. Once the news ...
Millie Walsh of Fleur de Lys receives Senate 150th Anniversary Medal
FLEUR DE LYS, NL — Mille Walsh has heard many people refer to volunteering as a thankless job. For her, nothing could be further from the truth. In terms of giving back to a community, the Fleur De Lys woman can be trusted on her ...
Botwood’s Chase the Ace prize keeps growing
Ed Lanon of Bishop’s Falls was the latest person to get a chance to find the ace but he failed to pull it from the six-card deck last night, Dec. 13. ...
Main Street Medical Clinic in Springdale launches virtual service
SPRINGDALE, NL — The Main Street Medical Clinic in Springdale launched its virtual clinic this week. Patients can consult a healthcare professional by video or phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Its director, Dr. Todd Young, is ...
Indigenous rights activist Delilah Saunders denied liver transplant
Delilah Saunders, one of Canada’s leading advocates for Indigenous rights, is in hospital in Ottawa with acute liver failure. Saunders, who recently received Amnesty International’s human rights award for her advocacy work, went to the ...
Brian King sentenced to just over three years for death of Hannah Thorne
HARBOUR GRACE, NL — Brian Robert King is facing just over three years in prison. The 32-year-old was sentenced to 40 months, with six months and five days shaved off the original sentence of 46 months for a drag racing accident along the New ...
N.L. to swear in lawyer believed to be its first openly gay Supreme Court judge
When Sandy MacDonald is sworn in as a Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court judge in St. John’s on Monday, he’ll make history. MacDonald is believed to be the province’s first openly gay Supreme Court justice. With a law ...
Mi’kmaq Grand Council Grand Chief Ben Sylliboy dies at age 76
The Mi’kmaq nation in Cape Breton and beyond is in mourning following the death of its spiritual leader and head of state. ...
Baie Verte fisherman says fall crab fishery experiment a success
BAIE VERTE, NL — It was a tough year mentally and financially for offshore fisherman Jamie Seymour, but he was more than happy to get a late-season boost. The Baie Verte man was one of the fish harvesters able to participate in an ...
Former Liberal cabinet minister John Efford lands new role
One of the province’s most famous living politicians, John Efford, has been appointed to the province’s Financial Services Appeals Board. The board is responsible for handling any appeals to decisions made by the province’s ...