New accessible equipment benefitting HV-GB swimmers
Labrador iron ore mine project gets environmental approval from federal government
Voisey’s Bay co-discoverer Al Chislett was ‘unshakable optimist’
Targeted soil removal recommended for Muskrat falls reservoir
Happy Valley-Goose Bay honours volunteers
Back to the bargaining table for Lab West steelworkers and IOC
N.L., Quebec to work together on mining, transportation
IN-DEPTH: Fixed link between Labrador and Newfoundland one step closer
Thom Barker: Do the ends ever justify the memes?
Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay looking at possible RV park
RCMP name Chief Superintendent Garrett Woolsey as the officer in charge of criminal operations for the N.L. Provincial Police Service
Child and youth advocate announces review of the child protection system’s response to Inuit children
Memorial University researchers asking N.L.ers to complete cancer survey
Newfoundland and Labrador signs driver’s licence reciprocity agreement with Taiwan
Latest offer turned down by Steelworkers in Labrador West
Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay wants residents on board for emergency alert system
Municipalities in Upper Lake Melville are getting the word out about a new mass notification system they’re using for emergency alerts. Brad Butler, fire chief for Happy Valley-Goose Bay, one of the four municipalities signed on, said the ...
Newfoundland and Labrador premier supports Kinder Morgan pipeline
Premier Dwight Ball is hopeful the Kinder Morgan pipeline project will go ahead as planned, with this province set to benefit. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with British Columbia Premier John Horgan and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley on Sunday ...
Updated: Three Nunatsiavut candidates facing criminal charges
Correction: A previous version of this story stated that Roy Blake was potentially facing life in prison. That was an error on the Labradorians part and we apologize for any inconvenience it may have caused. The error is corrected ...
Dry spring means potential increase of wildfires in Newfoundland and Labrador
The provincial government is warning of an increased risk of wildfires occurring earlier than normal this year. Conditions are expected to be drier than they typically are this spring because of lower than usual snowpack, a release from the ...
Labrador West Steelworkers meeting Monday to hear latest offer from IOC
Three weeks to the day from the start of a strike at the Iron Ore Company of Canada, members of the United Steelworkers Union in Labrador City will vote on the most recent offer from the company. Following several failed attempts to reach a new ...
N.L. planning legislation against revenge porn
In a time when capturing and sharing photos and videos is as simple as a few taps to a phone screen, Newfoundland and Labrador is introducing new legislation to help battle against so-called revenge porn. “To those people that think that ...
Update: Missing Labrador West snowmobiler located
Twenty-year-old Brady Slade missing from Wabush Saturday evening around 6 p.m. has been found. The RNC reported on Facebook Sunday afternoon that Slade had been found safe. "UPDATE — Brady SLADE has been located and our Labrador West ...
UPDATED: Tentative agreement reached between Labrador West Steelworkers and IOC
It didn’t take long. The final attempt to reach a contract agreement seems to have been a success. Members of the Steelworkers local 5795 flew to Sept-Iles yesterday (April 13), and the Aurora has learned that a tentative agreement has been ...
N.L. libraries working to be more accessible to those with 'print disabilities'
The common perception of public libraries being quiet houses of books is changing. People have begun to realize that library collections include more than just books, but also DVDs, board games, music, and a variety of magazines and newspapers. As ...
Lake Melville MHA pleased with budget
The provincial budget recently came down and the Labradorian met with Lake Melville MHA Perry Trimper to discuss how it impacted the region. The first topic that came up was the Labrador Wellness Centre. The province allotted $11 million for the ...