BUDGET 2019: A little good news but no big shockers in consumer relief
BUDGET 2019: What’s to like and what’s not to like
BUDGET 2019: A little of this, a little of that for Newfoundland and ...
Newfoundland and Labrador election date could be known today
Future of Northern Peninsula pellet operation still in question
SABRI expecting small quota increase in 2019
Liberals make rate mitigation pitch ahead of election
A home inspection may be the best investment you ever make
Northern Peninsula man dies as result of fatal snowmobile collision ...
Company still confident Crémaillère Harbour project will proceed
Will Northern Peninsula profit from area sawlogs?
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
Obstacles still impeding central Newfoundland granite plant startup
Mark Brace stands next to a large panel box at his granite processing facility. It’s the main driver of the entire operation, located at Jumpers Brook, just outside of Bishop’s Falls. The three-phase power supply has been snipped. ...
Negotiations to purchase land stand in way of Carbonear hotel project
It’s been just over a year since the Town of Carbonear put its final stamp of approval on amendments necessary to pave the way for a boutique hotel development in Crocker’s Cove, but there’s little sign of activity in the ...
$8.5-million announced for Holyrood Marine Base expansion
Glenn Blackwood, Vice-President, Memorial University (Marine Institute), speaks Thursday about an $8.5-million expansion at the institute's marine base in Holyrood. Federal, provincial and municipal politicians were on hand in Holyrood ...
Hair today, re-used tomorrow: Clarenville salon joins the ‘Green Circle’ club
“We make people beautiful every day — we might as well make the planet beautiful.” Diane Adams-Hagerman, owner operator of Headz Up hair salon in Clarenville, says giving back to the environment and taking steps to recycle, ...
Transcontinental says SaltWire Network in breach of contract after 2017 sale of media assets
Transcontinental Inc. says it is considering filing a counter lawsuit in a legal battle related to the sale of its media assets in Atlantic Canada. SaltWire Network announced Wednesday it had filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against ...
Millertown looking forward to new mining opportunities
There’s a series of highs and lows that comes with life in a mining town. The people of Millertown, in central Newfoundland, know this all too well. Millertown Mayor Fiona Humber is hopeful progress towards a gold mine in central ...
Government creating more opportunity for Newfoundland and Labrador shrimp processors
The provincial government has struck a deal with offshore shrimp companies and onshore processors that will see more product handled in Newfoundland and Labrador. As of April 15, offshore companies landing frozen-at-sea industrial shrimp — ...
The Western Star goes to weekly print publication
The Western Star newspaper in Corner Brook is morphing from a daily newspaper to become a free weekly one. The change is the result of shifts in the marketplace and the media landscape over the years, says parent company Saltwire Network, which ...
SaltWire Network sues Transcontinental over sale of newspapers
A deal that saw the creation of the largest newspaper chain in Atlantic Canada is going to court. SaltWire Network filed the multimillion-dollar lawsuit Wednesday against Transcontinental Inc., the company that sold its media assets in Atlantic ...
CEO holds course at Nalcor Energy AGM
At Nalcor Energy’s annual general meeting in St. John’s, president and CEO Stan Marshall said the project remains on the same schedule and budget, standing at an estimated $12.7 billion. The Muskrat Falls Inquiry has heard from ...