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
FISH-NL hosting convention next month in Gander
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
Roddickton still part of AEG’s business plan for Northern Peninsula
Owner escapes unharmed from fire that destroys house in Port au Port East
A Port au Port East man is without a home following a fire on Wednesday evening that completely destroyed his house. The owner was in the house at the time the fire started but got out OK to make an emergency call from a neighbour’s ...
Corner Brook native Brad Gallant leads charge to remove offensive Indigenous imagery from Mississauga facilities
When Brad Gallant was told to get over the fact he found the Mississauga Chiefs logo and mascot offensive to Indigenous people, it only steeled his resolve to grab that bull by the horns. “I was told it was never going to change,” ...
Qalipu, federal government met in Corner Brook this week to start talks regarding denied membership applicants
The Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Band has had its first meetings with the federal government about finding a way to permit more people into the band. Last month, Qalipu — through its predecessor group, the Federation of Newfoundland ...
Steele-Young trial to continue in new year
The trial of a man charged in connection with a vehicle crash that left his ex-girlfriend paralyzed will not continue until the new year, and likely not until the spring. The Crown reportedly had two witnesses left to call to the stand in its case ...
RCMP officer who assaulted ex-girlfriend loses appeal
An RCMP officer found guilty last year of assaulting his ex-girlfriend has lost his appeal to have the conviction overturned. Cameron D. Lockhart said the charge against him should have been stayed because the actions of the RCMP, when it came to ...
Ches Crosbie calls for investigation into Steve Crocker
Opposition Leader Ches Crosbie is calling for an investigation into the conduct of Transportation and Works Minister Steve Crocker after Crocker allegedly misled the House of Assembly multiple times during the last sitting. The call comes after ...
‘Frustrating’ to see negativity, Ed Martin tells Muskrat Falls Inquiry
Former Nalcor Energy president and CEO Ed Martin was asked about public opinion and public objections before finishing on the stand at the Muskrat Falls Inquiry this week. The Crown corporation sought polling on the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric ...
Jason Earle pleads guilty to second standoff
Due to be sentenced next week on charges related to an armed standoff with police in 2016, Jason Earle was in provincial court Thursday afternoon to deal with charges related to a different standoff. Earle, 25, pleaded guilty to charges of ...
Hynes-Coates wins Liberal nod for Topsail-Paradise byelection
Patricia Hynes-Coates has secured the Liberal nomination for the District of Topsail- Paradise, the Liberal party announced Thursday. She is a former president of MADD Canada and is the stepmother of Nick Coates, who was killed by a drunk driver ...
Newfoundland and Labrador RCMP warning of iTunes card scam
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Christmas is known as a season of good cheer, but it’s also one rife with scammers. The RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador is warning the public after a recent report of an iTunes card scam, which starts off ...