Eight named to Order of Newfoundland and Labrador
Eastern Health warning of mumps increase in eastern Newfoundland
Campaign underway to ‘axe’ runaway taxes on beer in Canada
Vehicle stolen in Catalina area
Owners devastated by loss of Badger Diner
Changing world of giving
Effort to identify Baie Verte and area as a mining centre underway
DFO rep says agenda for meetings to be determined by fishers
Fire destroys Badger Diner
Cape Breton Post
St. Anthony players prepare for hockey tournament in Florida
St. Barbe's Camille Lavallee wins silver at world karate tournament
Main Brook volleyball team has lots of fight
St. Anthony Northern Blades learn figure skating from Joey Russell
St. John's loses out on bid to stage 2019 world men's curling championship
The 2017 Tim Hortons Brier in St. John’s was an overwhelming success, at the box office where Mile One Centre attracted over 120,000 curling fans, and on the bottom line, where some $10 million in economic activity was generated for the ...
N.L. athletes inducted into Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association Hall of Fame
Two athletes from Newfoundland and Labrador recently became members of the Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association’s (CWSA) Hall of Fame. Mel Fitzgerald and Joanne MacDonald were inducted during a ceremony in Ottawa on Dec. 17. MacDonald, ...
Trip of a lifetime for Grand Falls-Windsor U12 Cataracts
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – Grand Falls-Windsor’s Under 12 Cataracts were recently invited to Ottawa to participate in the Canada150 celebration hockey tournament on Parliament Hill. The team of 13 girls left ...
Trade for Bay Roberts' Zach Bennett gives QMJHL’s Titan five Newfoundlanders on the roster
There were 11 trades involving 15 players — including Newfoundlander Zach Bennett — in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League over the weekend. Bennett, a 17-year-old rookie defenceman from Bay Roberts, was dealt from the ...
Provincial major midget hockey: Western Kings, St. John's Maple Leafs locked into top spots
The provincial major midget hockey league won’t finish its regular season until the middle of February, but the Western Kings and St. John’s Maple Leafs are already locked into the top two spots in the standings of the five-team ...
Brad Gushue’s dreams of an Olympic return are swept away
Brad Gushue’s most recent attempt for another appearance at the Winter Olympics came to a screeching halt Sunday night as he and teammate Val Sweeting lost 8-6 to Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris in the final of the 2018 Canadian Olympic mixed ...
Marble Mountain to open this weekend
Marble Mountain will open Saturday. The hill posted an update on its status and aftermath of Thursday's storm to its Facebook page Friday, just after noon. "After assessing the mountain this morning, we are relieved to say the damage ...
Grand Falls-Windsor athlete going to extremes
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – As the new year begins, everyone is thinking about new goals they want to set for 2018. Local triathlete Benjamin Hayley has set some extreme goals for 2018 as he plans to complete three extreme triathlons in just ...
Brad Gushue happy to be in the mix
It may be considered gimmicky to some (most?) casual observers, but the mixed doubles game might be the future for curling across the country. “It’s huge in Europe,” said reigning Brier and world champion Brad Gushue of St. ...
Brad Gushue winless after opening day of mixed doubles trials
The other members of his Brier and world men’s champion team had good starts Tuesday at the Canadian mixed doubles Olympic Trails, but Brad Gushue of St. John’s, who is teamed with Val Sweeting of Alberta, couldn’t come away with a ...