Student from Natuashish studying in Corner Brook topples negative perceptions of his ...
Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP remind the public lotteries require licences
Richard Pamek: ‘I did everything I could’
Muskrat Falls Inquiry seeking anonymous tips
Gary Shaw: Bill C-71 needs to be examined
RNC investigating murder in Labrador City
Choices for Youth holding sessions in Labrador
Stan Oliver: Effects go beyond
Thom Barker: Coming to terms with the insidious presence of glucides
Tanner Healey sentenced to five years in jail for Reidville home invasion
Woman behind Baie Verte rainbow crosswalk surprised by controversy in Springdale
Bonavista Peninsula and Clarenville area town councils weighing in on inclusion
Central N.L. town leaders weigh in on crosswalk issue
Northern Peninsula mayors would be open to rainbow crosswalks
Gander crosswalk offers message of acceptance and inclusiveness: mayor
Burin Peninsula struggles with physician recruitment
BURIN, NL – Physician recruitment is an ongoing concern for rural communities around the world and Eastern Health communications director Tracey Boland acknowledged the challenges apply locally. “Eastern Health recognizes that the ...
Springdale students give presentation on rainbow crosswalk, council to review request
SPRINGDALE, NL — A trio of poised and composed students of Indian River High’s Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) presented their case for painting a rainbow crosswalk to Springdale council tonight (April 23). It has been a controversial ...
Polar bear spotted in St. Anthony
ST. ANTHONY, NL. – A polar bear was reported in St. Anthony on Sunday, April 22. Around 8:30 p.m., St. Anthony RCMP received a report of a polar bear sighting at Starigan Hill Road, near the St. Anthony hospital. Cst. Nicholas Roy said ...
New mental health policing model introduced in Labrador West and St. John’s
LABRADOR WEST AND ST. JOHN’S, NL – New mobile crisis intervention teams in Labrador West and St. John’s are another step forward in breaking mental health stigmas, says Premier Dwight Ball. The provincial government announced the ...
Northern Peninsula woman dies in snowmobile accident
CROQUE, NL – A 74-year-old woman is dead following a snowmobile accident in Croque. Roddickton RCMP say they responded to the accident at around 10:30 p.m. last night, April 22. The woman, who was from Croque, died at the scene. She was ...
Spanish Room man says he needs a job to come back home
MARYSTOWN, NL— Travis Hann, a journeymen pipefitter from the Burin Peninsula ...
IN-DEPTH: A town divided — Springdale ponders the question of inclusion
Springdale could have all the hallmarks of a stereotypical, backward rural, Newfoundland and Labrador town, if you were an outsider looking in this past week. Western, remote, a smallish, aging population, with five tall steeples jutting into the ...
MUN researchers want to know how much Newfoundlanders and Labradorians know about cancer
Developing a better understanding of awareness and knowledge surrounding cancer — including risk factors, screening and prevention — has led to an online survey for residents of Newfoundland and Labrador. Researchers at Memorial ...
FFAW calls for dismissal of FISH-NL’s certification application
The Fish, Food and Allied Workers (FFAW) union is calling for the immediate dismissal of the Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters’ (FISH-NL) certification application to the Labour Relations Board, stating FISH-NL has insufficient support ...
Newfoundland celebrities roast Town of Springdale for rejecting rainbow crosswalk
SPRINGDALE — Prominent Newfoundlanders are criticizing a town's rejection of a rainbow crosswalk sought by a high school group as a show of support for the LGBTQ community. Comedian Mark Critch and former Great Big Sea members Alan Doyle ...