Thom Barker: Rampage: How to judge a movie by its trailer
Lending a helping hand
Questioning the science
Group home opens in Sheshatshiu
Surf clam decision reversed – with no explanation
Gary Shaw: Summer, it’s going fast!
Labrador Land Protectors call on province and feds to follow IEAC recommendations
Labrador Canoe Regatta popularity waning
Happy Valley-Goose Bay youth ventures out with ice cream cart business
Emma Burry a graduate of Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook, a regional winner in national art competition
Residents of Lower Elswick Road petition city to address traffic volume and speeding on their street
Corner Brook Pulp and Paper says replacing leaky pipeline not a priority yet
Main Brook sawmill stops taking logs, lays off workers
Restoring eelgrass habitat in Placentia Bay
Excavator stolen from Valard work site east of Whitbourne
Newfoundland man looking in Nova Scotia for daughter he gave up
What Herb Chislett knew about his daughter he put in the small newspaper birthday greeting. “Happy 50th Birthday Lisa on Aug 8, 2018,” read the introduction of The Chronicle Herald announcement, published the day before his ...
Appeal filed for conviction and sentencing of Northern Peninsula man who shot dog
George Payne is appealing his conviction and sentencing for shooting and killing a dog on the Northern Peninsula earlier last year. The 79-year-old man from Parsons Pond was convicted in May of this year by Judge Wayne Gorman of the provincial ...
Stephenville woman upset with how town dealt with disposal of her dead cat
Megan LeRoux has dreams of her beloved cat George being in the dump when she tries to sleep at night. Her grey cat, a five-year-old male, was killed after being hit by a vehicle on Main Street in Stephenville earlier this month. Dealing with ...
St. John’s dentist and Corner Brook friend film reality travel show
Travel and videography are two of Linda Goodyear’s biggest interests. “I’ve never spent money on travelling that I’ve regretted,” said the St. John’s dentist, who is originally from Corner Brook. “You ...
Family appealing to the public to help locate Gerald Anthony, after he disappeared from Mount Pearl last Monday
The brother and sister of a man who went missing from Mount Pearl Monday are desperately waiting for some word on what happened to him. And the police are asking anyone with dash cams or CCTV systems to check to see if there is footage of the missing ...
Fredericton says good-bye to fallen officers
FREDERICTON, N.B. – A pair of Fredericton police officers were remembered Saturday during a regimental funeral for their sense of duty, honour and commitment to serving and protecting the community. Constables Robb Costello and Sara Burns ...
Questioning the science
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) closed salmon retention on rivers in Labrador on July 26. The president of the Labrador Hunting and Fishing Association said he “wasn’t the least bit surprised whatsoever.” “I ...
Fredericton police officers remembered for commitment to duty
FREERICTON, N.B. – To serve and protect is the police officer’s mantra. Such service comes at a high price, when officers are forced to lay their lives on the line. Two Fredericton police officers were remembered Saturday during a ...
Nalcor refuses contractor information
The public remains in the dark when it comes to how much has been paid to professional services contractors, so-called embedded contractors, on the Muskrat Falls project. That’s despite a change in law to remove an exemption that had kept ...
Mining project in St. Lawrence appoints new CEO
Bill Dobbs has been appointed the new CEO for Canada Fluorspar Inc effective immediately. ...