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’
Bay Roberts RCMP investigating Brigus residential break-in
Disturbance along Burin Peninsula highway leads to arrest of impaired North West Brook driver
Bailey Tarrant to study animal science in Africa
Bay Roberts RCMP arrest South River man for impaired driving
One employee still in hospital following railway incident in Labrador West
Former Labrador cop found guilty of child luring
Government funding approved for shoreline reconstruction along North Side Road in Holyrood
Holyrood council hopes some upcoming infrastructure upgrades along North Side Road will address the concerns of residents. Through cost-shared Multi-Year Capital Works funding with the provincial government, armour stone reconstruction work will ...
Holyrood council says no to cannabis production proposal
Holyrood council unanimously denied an application to develop a cannabis production facility on Salmonier Line. The decision was made March 19. The application concerned a property at 177-179 Salmonier Line. According to a real estate listing, the ...
Search successful for overdue South Branch snowmobiler
A 72-year-old man from South Branch was found safe after he didn’t return from a snowmobiling trip as expected Friday, March 15. According to a RCMP release, the Port aux Basques RCMP were notified of the situation around 10:30 p.m. The man ...
Serious single-car rollover sends man to hospital early Wednesday morning in St. John's
A serious vehicle rollover on Pitts Memorial Drive sent one man to hospital, destroyed a section of guardrail and left a trail of debris and vehicle contents on a stretch of the highway early Wednesday morning. The car was left lying on its side ...
Social media post results in liquor, traffic convictions for Terra Nova man
Police weren’t laughing when they saw a recent picture on social media. The Cape Shore Memes post, which featured a photo of a driver behind the wheel of a vehicle while holding an open beer bottle, landed a 19-year-old Terra Nova man in ...
Animals unharmed as fire at hobby farm outside Badger gives owners a scare
There was a brief moment of panic as Natasha Card arrived at the bottom of the hill at her family’s hobby farm on Friday evening, March 15. Garl’s Farm, outside of Badger, has some horses, chickens and a donkey, Card said. “We ...
Canadian Red Cross assists family after house fire in Peterview
There were no injuries as a result of a house fire that displaced a family of four in central Newfoundland on Monday, March 18. According to a news release from the Canadian Red Cross, the blaze damaged a bungalow in Peterview, just south of ...
Nunatsiavut adopts housing act
The Nunatsiavut Government (NG) passed a new housing act during the last meeting of the assembly, and it’s hoped that it will help solve the housing crisis in the region. Kate Mitchell, first minister of the Nunatsiavut Assembly, told the ...
Arrest made in Avondale armed robbery
Holyrood RCMP made an arrest Sunday night in relation to a recent armed robbery at a store in Avondale. According to a news release, 38-year-old Conception Bay South resident Dudley Peyton is facing charges of robbery with a firearm, unauthorized ...
‘Incredible strain’: Happy Valley-Goose Bay couple may be forced to move due to cost of medical travel
Elaine Learning-Hinks has always been proud to call Labrador home. Even though she's moved away over the years, she always felt the call of the Big Land and ended up coming back, despite the challenges of living in a remote area. But now, ...