Lawsuit launched against feds
Alex Harrold: How death sets you free but taxes don’t
UPDATED: TSB investigating MV Apollo
UPDATED: Police investigating snowmobile fatality near Conche
Food supplies dwindling in Labrador communities due to severe ice ...
LETTER: We must act like the future of the region is at stake
2019 Labrador Winter Games are officially underway!
Highway closures strand people in St. Anthony
‘We can’t keep dumping garbage down a hole and hoping it’ll disappear’
Parks Canada adjusting admission fees at Red Bay National Historic Site in 2020
Active Energy changed mind on pellet plant destination in November
Environmental preview report completed for Crémaillère Harbour development
Labrador Fishermen’s Union Shrimp Company marks a milestone
Wood pellet operation expected to create dozens of jobs on Northern Peninsula
Grenfell Co-Op building sold
Town of Marystown stifling taxi competition, prospective cab company owner claims
Dave King believes Marystown residents should have a choice in the taxi industry, just as with any other. He doesn’t see that as being the case at the present time, however. “Why would you sit on 10 licenses and hold the Town ...
Grand Falls-Windsor looking to restart Main Street Business Association
In the earlier days of Grand Falls-Windsor, Main Street was the go-to shopping area. But as the central town grew, so did its development projects. The mall, grocery stores and other amenities were being offered off of Main Street, redirecting ...
Flowline connector components successfully raised from ocean floor: Husky
On Monday, Husky Energy reported it had successfully raised to the surface the flowline connector components that had failed last November near the South White Rose Extension drill centre about 350 kilometres east of St. John's. The components ...
$40-Million announced for low-carbon economy programs in N.L.
The provincial and federal governments are investing more than $40 million over three years in new programs to lower greenhouse gas emissions and support clean growth. The announcement came Friday from Premier Dwight Ball, Advanced Education, ...
UPDATED: Flowline connector recovery going according to plan: Husky
As activities to recover the flowline connector continued Saturday, Husky Energy provided an update of the progress just before 5 p.m. So far, five of the eight bolts have been removed from the flowline connector, according to a Husky ...
At last … Antimony mine to restart operations near Glenwood
Glenwood Mayor Jason Kinden knew a restart of the Beaver Brook Antimony Mine was coming, but he just wasn’t sure when it was going to happen. When he walked into the town hall for a provincial government announcement on March 8 to see a ...
Economist Mike Stolte facilitates tourism session in Corner Brook
Economist Mike Stolte, author of “Tourism 360” — a guide to assessing regional tourism potential, was in Corner Brook Thursday to facilitate the Visioning, Benchmarking, and Idea Generation session that is part of the Strategic ...
Husky to begin repair work at South White Rose Extension Friday morning
Husky has mobilized resources to the White Rose Field to carry out key integrity work at the South White Rose Extension, it was announced today. The work includes recovering the flowline connector involved in last November’s spill and ...
GUEST COLUMN: Independent pharmacies at risk
By Vaughn Hammond March is Pharmacist Awareness Month and is a time to celebrate the great contribution pharmacists make to the health-care system and our communities. Unfortunately, this year, many pharmacy owners in Newfoundland and Labrador ...
Ottawa invests $3.7M in research projects at MUN
The federal government is investing $3.7 million in health research projects at Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN). Seamus O’Regan, minister of Indigenous Services, spoke about the investment and the importance of MUN’s work ...