Hundreds of speeding, aggressive N.L. drivers ticketed
MUN global warming-related project gets international recognition
Illegal cigarettes still common in Newfoundland and Labrador
Russell Wangersky: After the battle’s over, a new one begins
Nunatsiavut and Federal government launch partnership to protect ocean in northern Labrador
Lifeboat drill incident causes injuries on Northern Ranger
Opening up the conversation on local media in N.L.
Happy Valley-Goose Bay couple facing charges following September incident
Apprentices in Atlantic Canada get boost
Cape Breton Post
Four teams off to Atlantic Challenge Cup
Hockey NL holding pre-season meeting this weekend in Gander
Toronto Maple Leafs hire Mount Pearl’s Roper as assistant equipment manager
Eight from Newfoundland and Labrador named to national junior ball hockey teams
Players from N.L. starting new season in the ‘Q’
Clarenville hockey player heads from NCAA to Europe
Under the tutelage of renowned player and coach Juan Strickland, Torngat Mountains upended Botwood 5-4 at the Stephenville Dome April 2 to claim victory at the Steele Hotels Provincial Atom I Hockey Tournament. Tiger Rich and Justin Piwas both ...
Hockey referee Ed Flood eager to lend helping hand to young officials in his new role
He would make a call to the tournament organizers to let him know he would be attending the event and available to do a few games if needed. He ended up strapping on the armbands on several occasions at tournaments his son was participating in ...
Central question for senior hockey: Will CWSHL survive?
Of course, the bigger question is will there even be a Central West circuit next year. Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador held its annual general meeting in Gander over the weekend, and the future of the Central West league generated discussion in the ...
Hockey NL opening its AGM with announcement on concussion awareness
Hockey NL LogoThe provincial government, Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador and the Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association are partners in the effort. It will be the second major announcement by Hockey NL this week. On Wednesday, it ...
Labrador Cup: 35 years of growth
Three hundred athletes made up 30 teams, in men's, ladies and masters divisions. One of the event organizers, Trevor Paine told the Aurora, “The event keeps getting bigger and bigger every year. Four of the top officials from the island are flown in ...
Provincial summer hockey camp moving to Corner Brook
Hockey NL announced on Wednesday in a news release that the camp will be held in the city beginning August 2018 for three years, with an option for renewal in 2020. The program was last held in Corner Brook in 2003. The program exposes both male and ...
Labrador Timberwolves come home with medals
Manager and Timberwolves creator Dallas Adey started organizing the two teams last year with the goal of selecting hockey players from Labrador that could compete with powerhouse teams from any province across Canada. "This team was something I ...
Provincial Bantam C hockey tournament a big hit in Labrador West
The President of the Labrador West Minor Hockey Association told the Aurora "Often when Provincial tournaments are held in Labrador West, not a lot of teams travel her to compete." For this tournament however, five teams travelled to participate. ...
Astros win Beaumont-Hamel Centennial Cup
Beaumont-Hamel Centennial CupIt’s the second year for the event, which honours the Royal Newfoundland Regiment soldiers during the First World War. More than 350 high school students and coaches from Corner Brook, Marystown, Carbonear, Bay Roberts, ...
Tricky stick work earns Grand Falls-Windsor youth spot in nationals
At just 10-years-old, he was the youngest participant in the Rogers Hometown Hockey Trick Shot Contest during the Hometown Hockey event in Grand Falls-Windsor in October, but he proved age is just a number. His mom, Cindy, signed him up for the ...