Labrador harvesters want to see adjacency explicitly incorporated into new regulations
Pride in the park 2018 celebrated in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Sustainable energy assessment under way in southern Inuit communities
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
Corner Brook cyclist Colin Fowlow pleased with progress made since joining new squad
St. John's club wins women's softball provincials
Women's softball provincials begin this evening in Corner Brook
Churchill, Seaward fleetest of foot at Downtown Dash in Corner Brook
Lakeside Cycling Club encouraging more cyclists
Gander volleyball player awarded Elite Athlete Assistance grant
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Volleyball player Max Burt of Gander is one of 12 athletes receiving funding from the province’s Elite Athlete Assistance program this year. The recipients were announced in a release by the Department of ...
Corner Brook’s Darren Brake excited about driving in his first Targa Newfoundland
Racing cars is something Darren Brake always wanted to do when he was a child growing up in Corner Brook. He had visions of driving fast, maneuvering every twist and turn of the race track with not a care in the world. With his 50th birthday ...
Tom Warren back as NLBA president
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Tom Warren will serve as president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Basketball Association (NLBA) for another two-year term. Warren was unchallenged for the position during the organization’s annual general ...
Gillams demolition derby a smashing success
Brad Mouland had little time to get his ride ready so having fun was all he had on his mind when he showed up for the Smash-Up for MS demolition derby in Gillams on Saturday. RELATED: 'Gillams derby organizer Gavin Butt makes changes to ...
Visually impaired powerlifter from Burin enters first weightlifting competition
BURIN, N.L. — It’s a gift to discover a passion for a new activity. Just three months ago, Burin native Kelly Picco, 25, discovered she had a passion for weightlifting, a sport she enjoys and feels she can excel in regardless of having ...
Saltos Gymnastics Club introducing new program structure for 2018-19 season
Saltos Gymnastics Club is introducing a brand new program structure for the 2018-19 season. Saltos executive director Jeff Young said the club is completely restructuring both the competitive and recreational side of the sport in an effort to make ...
Port aux Basques swim team concludes another successful year
PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. - The Piranha Swim team is celebrating another successful season. Abigail Willis was the third place top personal fundraiser for Newfoundland and Labrador. - Submitted Special award presentations for the 2017-18 ...
Steady Brook's Kelsey Hogan first woman to cross the finish line at Quebec ultramarathon
Kelsey Hogan won’t ever be accused of being too lazy to get out of her own way. The 23-year-old Steady Brook native, an ultramarathon runner who works as an engagement organizer with the Nature Trust of New Brunswick in Fredericton, finished ...
Corner Brook nordic skier Hugh Warkentin taking his game to Kelowna
Hugh Warkentin is going back to train on familiar terrain in his quest to be among the elite nordic skiers in Canada. Warkentin, a member of the Newfoundland and Labrador nordic ski team, is moving west in July to begin training with the Telemark ...
Lifeguard on duty: Roddickton-Bide Arm town pool to open for first time in two years
RODDICKTON-BIDE ARM, N.L. — Jump on in! On July 1 the swimming pool in Roddickton-Bide Arm will open for the first time in two years, thanks to newly-minted lifeguard, Hillary Randell. Randell, who worked for the town in other capacities ...