Thom Barker: To fish or not to fish is not the question
Man missing after canoe capsizes in North West River
Online exhibit features historical Forteau
Unique youth initiative initiated by two Happy Valley-Goose Bay women
Industry interest in Labrador gold deposits growing
Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay trying to deter scavenging at landfill
In tune with nature
Thom Barker: A Muslim ban by any other name
Happy Valley-Goose Bay woman recognized with leadership award
Labrador West teens back from World Under 16 Ball Hockey tournament
Gander’s Joe Philpott selected as Newfoundland and Labrador Special Olympics Volunteer of the Year
Happy Valley-Goose Bay athlete and coach representing Team Newfoundland and Labrador
Tamarack Golf Club celebrates 50 years
Aaron Flood likes chances of Barons dethroning Capitals in senior A baseball final
St. John's club wins women's softball provincials
Women's softball provincials begin this evening in Corner Brook
Anyone rooting for a Corner Brook team to win the 2018 Senior Ladies Fastpitch Provincial Championship has got to like these odds. The tournament gets underway this evening at Fred Basha Memorial Park when the KSAB Curling Rangers face off against ...
Churchill, Seaward fleetest of foot at Downtown Dash in Corner Brook
Corner Brook’s Lee Churchill won the BMO Downtown Dash five-kilometre race in Corner Brook on Thursday evening for the second year in a row, finishing at 16:47.9. Churchill was actually the second runner to finish the race, but ...
Mark Peddle and Team N.L. ready to take Special Olympics Canada 2018 Summer Games by storm
He is going from produce to hopes of producing a gold medal during the Special Olympics Canada 2018 Summer Games July 31-Aug. 4 in Antigonish, N.S. Mark Peddle, a veteran of the games, will represent Newfoundland and Labrador as a member of the ...
Lakeside Cycling Club encouraging more cyclists
GANDER, N.L. — After a long lull, cycling has been experiencing a resurgence in the past few years in this province. That is due, in no small part, to groups like Gander’s Lakeside Cycling Club where people can learn from more ...
World-class achievement for Labrador athlete with St. Anthony ties
ST. ANTHONY/LABRADOR CITY, N.L. – After a long journey, across much of Europe and the Atlantic Ocean, Nicholas Sexton arrived at his grandparents’ St. Anthony home to a hero’s welcome. On Wednesday, July 4, the 15-year-old showed ...
Happy Valley-Goose Bay athletes travel to Labrador West for All Star Soccer Tournament
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. — Over the past few weeks, players from the Shriners Indoor Soccer Program selected to represent Happy Valley-Goose Bay at the Under 10’s All Star Tournament in Labrador City, had been training relentlessly in ...
Making a splash in Bonavista: Unveiling the new splash park
BONAVISTA, N.L. — The ribbon was cut on the new splash park in Bonavista this past weekend, Saturday, July 7. Representatives from the municipal, provincial, and federal government were on hand, in addition to the volunteer committee which ...
Ganders’ Special Olympics Club wins big at Stephenville championships
STEPHENVILLE, N.L. — Ten athletes from the Gander Wings’ Special Olympics Club competed with great success in Stephenville this past weekend – earning a total of 30 medals. Athletes Adam Hodder, Paul Nichol-Burt and Jamie Steele ...
Newfoundland Growlers close to announcing their first player signing
The Newfoundland Growlers should be announcing their first player signing soon, and there’s a good chance it will be a player from this province. However, don’t expect it to be defenceman Alex Wall. The Growlers were more than ...
Port aux Basques retains title
PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. – It was the home team that came out on top at this summer’s second annual softball tournament, held on the Canada Day weekend. Port aux Basques defeated Triton by a score of 9-4 to reclaim the title. St. ...