St. Anthony Christmas Parade held in memory of Donny Powell
St. Lunaire-Griquet holds its Christmas parade
Pack the Back event helps families in southern Labrador
Byron Moores gearing up for the games
Cook's Harbour/Wild Bight/Boat Harbour Fire Dept receives $10K from IGA
Caribous coming back to Northern Peninsula’s Grey Islands
From the Vault — Dec 14, 1988
THOM BARKER: Have you got the guts not to trust your gut?
What's happening with The Northern Pen Community Calendar
Crown allowed to keep materials collected during investigation in Hillier-Penney case
Budget 2019: St. Anthony mill rates down, service fees up
Budget 2019: St. Anthony eyes water upgrades, new fire hall
Numerous northern towns have elevated levels of disinfection byproducts in drinking water
Family questioning process at St. Anthony hospital
Hawke’s Bay thrilled, Roddickton-Bide Arm and St. Anthony mayors disappointed with pellet plant announcement
Port aux Basques council still working on 2019 budget
The last regular meeting of Port aux Basques town council was held on Wednesday, Dec. 13. Barring a possible meeting to approve the 2019 town budget, which is still being finalized, this will be the last meeting of council for 2018. All ...
Small Trudeau protest outside Corner Brook's city hall on Saturday
Around 10 people showed up outside Corner Brook’s city hall Saturday to support a midday protest against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s governance. Organizer Joe Park said he and others who came out to join the rally are concerned ...
Marystown firefighters respond to fire at Kiewit facility
Members of the Marystown Volunteer Fire Department responded to a report of a fire at the Kiewit Offshore Cow Head facility in Spanish Room ...
Newcomers to Newfoundland enjoy special Christmas dinner
As much as the snow and cold weather was new to many of the about 150 newcomers to Canada who took in the Association for New Canadians Christmas dinner in St. John’s Thursday, so is the idea and Canadian traditions of Christmas. The ...
Human gene editing not on Newfoundland and Labrador's near horizon
Scientists around the world are alarmed after a Chinese scientist announced last month he’d created the world’s first gene-edited babies. He Jiankui’s claims have shocked scientists in this province, too – and it’s ...
Newfoundland and Labrador's fiscal future faces big risk
The total debt of Newfoundland and Labrador has hit its all-time high: $14.7 billion and growing. On Friday, auditor general Julia Mullaley released the audited financial statements of the province. Mullaley says revenue is not the problem for ...
Frustrated suspect put on mute by St. John's judge
Ryan Farrell was back in a St. John’s courtroom by video link from prison Friday morning, interrupting proceedings, demanding to represent himself and attempting to yell directly at the complainant in his case to the point where she ran out of ...
Judge dismisses application for acquittal in N.L. unlawful school bus certificate case
A provincial court judge has turned down an application for an acquittal from a mechanic charged in connection with unlawful school bus inspection certificates. Randall O’Reilly, owner and operator of O’Reilly’s Service Station ...
ASK THE PEOPLE: What did you think of Corner Brook's budget?
The City of Corner Brook delivered its 2019 budget earlier this week. Total spending in this year’s budget has increased by 1.98 per cent and the residential mil rate increased from 0.75 mils to 8.25 mils for an overall net increase of 4.33 per ...
Corner Brook woman says her family showed her how to make a difference in people’s lives
When Stella Michel was in Grade 12 she moved out of her family home to live with her aunt, who treated her amazingly when she didn’t have to do so. It gave her a sense of how people can make a difference in other people’s lives without ...