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
Forteau store takes initiative to go green
World-class achievement for Labrador athlete with St. Anthony ties
Board of directors named for 2019 Labrador Winter Games
Lifeguard on duty: Roddickton-Bide Arm town pool to open for first time in two years
Port aux Choix player places second at Youth National Darts Championships
Corner Brook’s Isaac Buckingham pretty handy with a tennis racket
Isaac Buckingham may have been a dominant force on the tennis courts this summer, but his desire to play a handful of sports is more about having fun than counting wins and losses. The 13-year-old Corner Brook native is a competitive alpine skier ...
Pasadena’s Lachlan Cantwell loves the freedom of running on the soccer pitch
Lachlan Cantwell is quick on his feet and loves to run. He loves the idea of being free to roam in wide open spaces. He loves to boot around the soccer ball with his friends. It’s safe to say the five-year-old has found something that ...
Light the Lamp street hockey tournament returning to Bay Roberts in 2019
BAY ROBERTS, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The Town of Bay Roberts has given its recreation director the green light to plan for a second edition of the Light the Lamp street hockey tournament. The inaugural two-day tournament ...
Erica Summers lacing up running shoes in fight against breast cancer
Erica Summers wants to be an impact player in the fight against breast cancer. RELATED: 'Corner Brook runners to participate in Fight Like a Girl run for breast cancer' Summers, a native of Conception Bay South who has been living in ...
Warm weather not causing any grief for golf course operators on west coast
A drop of rain was welcomed by golf course operators on the west coast this week, but luckily the scorching heat over the past month or so didn’t do any damage to the greens and fairways. “A little bit of rain is good, actually. ...
New program launching for N.L.’s elite basketball players and coaches
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – The Newfoundland and Labrador Basketball Association (NLBA) is introducing a new development plan for elite basketball athletes and coaches. The NLBA Academy Program will be comprised of two pathways – the ...
Stephenville’s Samantha Hann could find her way back to the crease in new St. John’s female hockey league
Samantha Hann stopped a lot of pucks during her female minor hockey days growing up in Stephenville before she moved to St. John’s to focus her energy on her education. RELATED: 'Hockey NL working to establish a junior female league ...
Royal St. John’s Regatta committee president wants to grow sport across the province
People rowing in every nook and cranny in the province would create the perfect picture for St. John’s native Chris Neary. RELATED: 'SLIDESHOW: Barry Group, NTV winners at Corner Brook Regatta' Neary, who took over as president ...
Jeremy Bishop plays key role in helping Team NL win gold on national ball hockey stage
Jeremy Bishop went to Winnipeg in search of his first national ball hockey gold medal. He has collected nine silver medals in his amateur ball hockey career on the national stage and wondered if he would ever know what it was like to have a gold ...
SLIDESHOW: Barry Group, NTV winners at Corner Brook Regatta
The Corner Brook Regatta was held on Saturday in the west coast city. Plenty of people made their way to Brake's Cove where the races were taking place. Viewers were treated to some good competition and relatively calm waters. In the end, ...