Silver for Lab West’s Alf Parsons at World Masters
'A powerful force': St. John’s Women’s March demands local changes
$5 million invested to improve internet service on Great Northern Peninsula
St. Anthony RCMP issue "thin ice" warning
Norway’s ban on fur farming comes as surprise in Newfoundland and elsewhere
NL court ruling could greatly impact Wabush pensioners
Pfizer Canada experiencing EpiPen shortage
Up through the Scouts Canada ranks
N.L. to participate in national suicide prevention project Roots of Hope
Cape Breton Post
60 years of dedication to Botwood Lions Club
Labrador author self-published children’s book a fun read
Glovertown father more than halfway to $50,000-goal for Children’s Wish
Happy Valley-Goose Bay Salvation Army raises $78,000 in Kettle campaign
New Year’s baby at the Labrador Health Centre
Red Cross seeks volunteers
20 years later, Gaulton family no closer to finding brother
LABRADOR CITY, NL – Daniel Gaulton of Lab West was only out west for a few months when his family got a call that changed their lives forever. “I remember it like it was yesterday – I said, ‘what do you mean he’s ...
Fundraiser for Roland Shears Memorial Christmas Hamper now in fifth year
Now in it’s fifth year, a fundraiser for the Roland Shears Memorial Christmas Hamper is still going strong. Eric Fowler and Ray Godwin have raised just over $10,000 in the last five years and have a goal this year of $5,000. So far ...
Syrian refugee family settling into Clarenville
It's been a long road from Aleppo, Syria, to Clarenville, Newfoundland and Labrador. ...
Program recognizing N.L.’s heritage supporters seeking nominations
Do you know an individual, organization or community group that has completed a project that is bringing the province's unique heritage to new audiences? The Historic Sites Association of Newfoundland and Labrador is seeking ...
A long way from Gander home - Maggie the cat found after 8 weeks missing
GANDER, NL – A desperate plea from a pet owner on social media tugged at the heartstrings of many Gander residents and prompted them to help look for a cat called Maggie. The ordeal began for Denise Whelan on Sept. 22. Her white cat, Maggie, ...
Newfoundland and Labrador names 2017 Volunteer Hall of Fame inductees
The Volunteer Hall of Fame Awards celebrate the commitments of some longtime contributors in Newfoundland and Labrador. “Each year the selection committee is privileged to get a glimpse into the depth and breadth of the volunteer efforts ...
St. Anthony veteran Frank Slade recollects horrors of war
Frank Slade vividly remembers the little Korean boy he found, screeching in terror. ...
Travelling cancer patients invited to stay at Red Bay home
A generous Red Bay couple is offering up their guest bedroom to patients travelling for cancer treatments. ...
Organ donation could be godsend for Sheshatshiu man
Like most mothers, Roxanne Rich of Sheshatshiu has many hopes and dreams for her son, Philip. She’d like to see him pursue his own dream of one day becoming a psychologist. She hopes that one day her home will be wheelchair accessible for ...
Special Olympics group thriving in Labrador West
It was a night full of fun, frights and food, as the Special Olympics group in Labrador West got together for a Halloween party. The group was formed last January and has seen a steady increase in the number of participants. “We now have ...