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
Rock the Block in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
North West River, Forteau getting affordable housing funding
Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay issues stop work order on data centre, ...
Labrador pet owners urged to vaccinate after fox tests positive for rabies
Jeremy Bishop plays key role in helping Team NL win gold on national ball hockey stage
Port aux Basques native Cody Drover in the mix for a spot with Canada Winter Games hockey team
Deer Lake's Jonathan Park hoping his strong work ethic earns him trip to Canada Games
Opportunity knocking for female hockey players in Western Newfoundland: coach
Newfoundland Growlers unveil new duds
Western Kings coaching staff back behind the bench
Welcome back boys. That’s the message at the bottom of a tweet sent out by the Western Kings entry in the provincial major midget hockey league Monday night. The tweet revealed that the Kings management team, with co-owners Craig Simms ...
Darren Langdon expects to join Western Kings coaching staff despite team still being in limbo
Darren Langdon expects to be a member of the Western Kings coaching staff for the 2018-2019 season with Mark Robinson and Andre Cornick. Cornick was fired by Kings management at the end of last season, while Robinson left the team shortly after. ...
Labrador West teens back from World Under 16 Ball Hockey tournament
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. — For many young athletes, it’s a thrill to visit another province to take part in a competition, but for 15-year-old Brody Chatman of Labrador City, the most recent tournament was held in the Czech ...
Newfoundland Growlers already have plenty of players, we just don’t know their names
The e-mail was about hockey, but it had the tone of a homeowner just a little bit jealous about all the construction work the neighbours seemed to be doing. How is it, the e-mailer asked (we’re paraphrasing a bit here), that the Maine ...
Western bantam AAA squad returns after one-year hiatus
The importance of having a Western representative in the provincial bantam AAA hockey league isn’t just about wins and losses for new coach Brad Penney. Sure, one of the major goals is to teach players skills that would allow them to reach a ...
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 ...
Coach Jamie Brake back behind the bench of Western minor midget club
There was a time earlier this spring when it looked like Jamie Brake would take the next logical step in his minor hockey coaching career. Brake had just guided the Western Knights of the provincial minor midget hockey league to a first-place ...
Ryane Clowe's all in with the Newfoundland Growlers
Ryane Clowe had to prove it wasn’t some sort of a lark, that he really wanted the job. The 35-year-old Fermeuse native was being considered by the Toronto Maple Leafs as the head coach of the Newfoundland Growlers, the Maple Leafs’ ...
Fortune-Grand Bank minor hockey association good with court decision
GRAND BANK, N.L.— Lynn Downey, president of the United Towns Minor Hockey Association, is happy with the ruling in the trial of Michelle LeRiche. LeRiche was sentenced to five-months incarceration and two years of probation to charges of ...
Newfoundland Growlers job was a perfect fit for Ryane Clowe
Ryane Clowe has little idea of what kind of players he will be getting, but the first-ever head coach of the Newfoundland Growlers knows what kind of team he’d like to have when it begins play in the ECHL this fall. One that plays “an ...