Smelting iron at L’Anse aux Meadows
A trip to remember: Charlottetown student reflects on travels in Europe
UPDATED: Indigenous self-determination talks begin
Seniors in Profile: Dedicated Flower’s Cove volunteer helps church, family and community ...
Great Northern Peninsula plant workers want federal government help
World-class achievement for Labrador athlete with St. Anthony ties
Port Saunders area woman targeted in text message scam
LETTER: The real reason
Close call for Arctic fox stranded on ice pan
Newfoundland mother determined to see justice served after son’s suspicious death in Alberta
Northwest River recreational salmon fishery opens July 14
Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay trying to deter scavenging at landfill
Over $3 million for wastewater project in Labrador City
Happy Valley-Goose Bay woman recognized with leadership award
Dutch woman gets jail time for flight incident
Police release images of man suspected of Bay Roberts break and enter
BAY ROBERTS, N.L. – The RCMP is asking the public for help in identifying a suspect allegedly involved in a break and enter at the Avalon Drugs building in Bay Roberts last night, July 11. According to a release, police responded to the ...
Rain begins on southcoast as Chris barrels towards Newfoundland
The rain from Tropical Storm Chris has already started on the south coast of Newfoundland. The weather system, expected to bring heavy rain, high winds and pounding surf to the eastern region of the province today, July 12, is accelerating ...
Gander runway to receive $10-million upgrade
GANDER, N.L. – It was a red letter day for Reg. Wright, the Gander International Airport’s president and CEO. After years of lobbying, the Gander International Airport Authority and the federal government have partnered for a ...
Rare genetic skin disorder a burden for Spaniard’s Bay man
SPANIARD’S BAY, N.L. — Peter Hiscock of Spaniard’s Bay has heard plenty of unwelcome comments about his physical appearance over the years. “I’ve been called even a monster to my face,” Hiscock told The Compass, ...
Line up Labrador north coast would need federal help, Premier says
LABRADOR, N.L. — A transmission line to the north coast of Labrador isn’t a new idea. It’s been brought up by governments and politicians past, both as a stand-alone project and as part and parcel of the Muskrat Falls ...
Discovery renews ‘Last Stop Garage’
NORTH WEST RIVER, N.L. — Labrador’s first and only television series has been renewed for a second season. In June, Bell Media, the parent company of Discovery Channel confirmed it will make another 12 episodes of “Last Stop ...
Former operations manager for NLESD on Burin Peninsula found guilty of fraud
GRAND BANK, N.L.— Derek Newhook appeared in provincial court in Grand Bank on Tuesday, July 10 for a verdict on the charges against him. ...
Construction to start on new Green Bay Health Centre in August
SPRINGDALE, N.L. – If all goes according to plan, residents of the Green Bay region will have a new health care centre in Springdale in less than two years. Health and Community Services Minister John Haggie announced today, July 11, ...
Grand Bank man elects Supreme Court trial by judge alone
GRAND BANK, N.L.—Winston Baker appeared in provincial court in Grand Bank via video conference on Tuesday, July 10. During his appearance, Baker elected to be tried in Supreme Court in Grand Bank by judge alone. RELATED Charges ...
Conception Bay North man watching out for scammers
CONCEPTION BAY NORTH, N.L. — Most anyone with a personal or work email account is familiar with messages offering an opportunity to make thousands of dollars online working from home or through a one-time financial transaction. These sorts ...