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’
Doug Plumb steps down at St. John's Edge head coach
Gymnast Brianna Fortune primed for provincial competition
Corner Brook, Happy Valley-Goose Bay capture provincial broomball championships
Central Newfoundland well represented at Special Olympics Winter Games
Newfoundland and Labrador Broomball Championships get underway in Deer Lake on Thursday night
PHOTO: Saltos Gymnastics Club member Brianna Fortune takes first place all-around in the Junior Olympic Level 7 open division at the Atamate Invitational in Nova Scotia
Underrated, but not to be overlooked
There’s a real good chance — in fact, let’s face it, it’s all but a given — there will only be a handful of ballers from this national senior men’s team which took on Chile last night at Mile One Centre wearing the ...
Two provincial championships in one weekend for Will Butler of Kippens
What could make a 13-year-old suddenly up and leave while competing in a provincial championship? Well, another provincial championship, apparently. That was the situation Will Butler of Kippens found himself in last weekend as skip of a team ...
U.K. native happy to help grow the sport of rugby in Corner Brook
If Donald Mhlaba arrived in Corner Brook about two years earlier, he would have been seriously disappointed. An avid rugby player since his days in primary school back in his hometown of Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England, the now-42-year-old found ...
Stewart hoping Corner Brook Regional High Titans can prove to be the best of the best at Hall of Fame Cup this weekend
It’s Thomas Stewart’s last of three years spent with the Corner Brook Regional High Titans senior boys basketball team. “I don’t really think about it right now,” he said. “I’m sure when it’s all ...
St. Anthony’s Nikki Rose aiming to compete at nationals with Western NL women’s softball team
It’s a long haul from St. Anthony to Corner Brook, particularly in the winter. “Some spots are a bit rough,” admits Nikki Rose, who hails from the small Northern Peninsula town. She still lives and works there as a teacher, ...
Stephenville Crossing’s Brooke Batt pursuit of excellence in the pool inspired by Katarina Roxon
Young athletes with a thirst for competitive sports usually find somebody who inspires them to be the best they can be. For Brooke Batt that person was international Paralympic swimming star Katarina Roxon of Kippens. Batt, an 18-year-old ...
Port aux Basques skating coach combines sport, adventure and a love of Newfoundland
Returning from a competition in Botwood on the evening of Sunday, Jan. 20 turned into an adventure for some Port aux Basques skaters, parents and their coach, Maxine Connolly. The five-car convoy had been getting regular weather reports from ...
Erin Grabka finding out what passion is all about as a rookie with the Memorial Sea-Hawks
Erin Grabka didn’t need a lot of time to make a big discovery in her rookie season in the Altantic University Sport varsity women’s volleyball setup. The former star with the Corner Brook Titans 4A volleyball team is a first-year ...
Corner Brook’s Logan Clarke loves the sound of the alarm clock on the winter weekends
Logan Clarke sets his alarm clock for 7:30 a.m. on the weekends because he doesn’t want to miss out on precious time. Clarke springs out of bed at the sound of the alarm, every Saturday and Sunday of the winter, because he wants to be one of ...
Speed skating is really a part of Rosemary Karn’s love for science
There is a certain amount of science to be learned if you want to be an elite speed skater. Skaters need to learn the proper way to accelerate at high speeds on long blades with very little in the way of protective equipment to cushion the blow of ...