Alex Harrold: How death sets you free but taxes don’t
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’
Labrador Winter Games start this weekend
Parson’s Pond outfitter wants to see increased bounty on coyotes so caribou population can recover
Cow Head N.L. residents pushing Western Health to hire full-time doctor for community clinic
UPDATED: A struggle to pay for health care travel and accommodations
Great Northern Port Inc. asked to provide more input for environmental preview report
Public advised to monitor pets while outside after fox attacked a dog in Plum Point
Spirity Cove wharf gets badly need protection
TSB investigating MV Apollo
A ferry that took people across the Strait of Belle Isle for many years is now the subject of a Transportation Service Board of Canada investigation. The TSB was called in when the MV Apollo struck the dock in Quebec recently but has since ...
UPDATE: Restauranteur gunning for PC nomination in St. John’s East-Quidi Vidi
Chef and restauranteur Todd Perrin hopes to be the one to turn St. John’s East-Quidi Vidi from orange to blue. The Mallard Cottage and Inn by Mallard co-owner announced his intention to seek the nomination for the Progressive ...
City of Corner Brook working with association to ensure minor hockey continues amidst money woes
The City of Corner Brook says it is doing what it can to prevent problems with the Corner Brook Minor Hockey Association’s finances from affecting the kids playing the sport in the city. The association has remained silent and has not ...
Skier embracing winter, others want spring to break in western Newfoundland
While the calendar officially marked spring on Wednesday, it still looks a lot like winter. That’s just fine with at least one skier, but others just want to say goodbye to the snow. Noreen Dwyer, an avid skier with the Whaleback Nordic ...
PHOTO: Shane White denied bail Wednesday in provincial court
Shane White, seen here during an appearance in provincial court in Corner Brook Tuesday, was denied bail Wednesday afternoon. The 33-year-old and his twin brother, Shawn White, are both in custody for their alleged involvement in a home invasion in ...
Global Tour highlights world cultures in St. John's
Roni Ibrahim, from Syria, and Einam Mohamadain, from Sudan, were among the many people of different nationalities on hand at the Pius X Church Hall on Wednesday as the Association for New Canadians celebrated the Multiculturalism Week Global Tour ...
Contractor testifies at Muskrat Falls Inquiry about cost of project delays
Tim Harrington is a project manager with Cahill-Ganotec, a construction partnership created to bid for work on the Muskrat Falls project. The Cahill Group and Ganotec partnership was awarded a contract to “supply and install mechanical and ...
Eastern waste management board chair resigns
Ed Grant, the chair of the Eastern Regional Service Board, says his resignation is out of frustration with the provincial government. “They have shown contempt for their own waste strategy on the backs of communities and residents throughout ...
Alleged St. John's bank robber set to be sentenced
One of two men charged in connection with a bank robbery in St. John's in November is expected to plead guilty and head straight to sentencing when he makes his next court appearance. Adam Hayden, 31, appeared in provincial court in St. ...
Atlantic Accord deadline 10 days away
Premier Dwight Ball says the March 31 deadline for Atlantic Accord negotiations still stands, but left the door open just a crack for an extension. Opposition Leader Ches Crosbie asked Ball in question period Wednesday whether the negotiations had ...