Nalcor-government relationship was complicated: lawyer
Editorial: Tweedledee and Tweedlenasty
Russell Wangersky: Where there’s a will…
CINDY DAY: Letting off some steam
Investigation fails to determine cause of Sheshatshiu residential fire
Muskrat Falls stop-work order worries workers
Province setting up Labrador regional appeal board
Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay hears from community groups with budget ...
Lewis and Law earn top times at Trapline
Odelle Pike wants to tackle communications on Qalipu band council
Corner Brook’s Keith Cormier elected Qalipu’s western vice-chief
Corner Brook ward voters give incumbent Brian Dicks another nod for Qalipu band council
Ivan White Jr. joins Ivan White Sr. on Qalipu Band Council
Bernard White believes his record of helping earned him the election win in Benoit’s Cove
Brendan Mitchell of Corner Brook returned as chief of Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Band
Woman tells jury Max Vivian sexually assaulted her, left her with bruises and bite marks
How did it feel to be forced into sexual intercourse despite having repeatedly said no? The 30-year-old woman testifying in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court in St. John's Tuesday morning didn't hesitate in her reply when she was asked ...
Regulator’s oversight was needed on Muskrat Falls project, business professor says
At the Muskrat Falls Inquiry Tuesday afternoon, business professor Guy Holburn was asked if a robust, regulatory review could be a counterbalance to the kind of “optimism bias” the inquiry has heard is common to energy ...
Report outlines emotional toll of House of Assembly harassment allegations on complainant
Placentia-St. Mary’s MHA Sherry Gambin-Walsh’s complaint against Humber-Bay of Islands MHA Eddie Joyce outlines a deteriorating relationship that ultimately led Gambin-Walsh to an emotional breakdown just outside the House of ...
St. John’s newlyweds incorporate love of rock climbing in their wedding photos
A month after Mandy and Steve O’Keefe took the plunge, their love story turned out to be a cliffhanger. The St. John’s couple, who were married Sept. 22, are avid rock climbers, and as part of their wedding theme they decided to have ...
Sister Margaret Twoney projects message of caring during lecture at The Lantern
The world we live in is becoming more complicated daily. There is rotten politics, bad people and a dwindling environment brought on by humanity’s wayward treatment of the world we live in. Scientists, government and politicians have all ...
Newfoundland and Labrador corrections officers vote in favour of new deal
There were no losses and some minor gains for corrections officers across the province in their union’s new collective agreement with government, according to a St. John’s corrections officer (CO). “We didn’t get a pay ...
Full PUB review could have flagged Muskrat Falls cost risks: expert
Business academic Guy Holburn has told the Muskrat Falls Inquiry the exemption of the project from a full, Public Utilities Board (PUB) review and oversight was not best practice. “It’s rare for a government to sanction a project ...
Charity reaching new heights with free flights for Newfoundlanders
A charity that continues to fly to new heights in this province is once again helping dozens of Newfoundland and Labrador families get medical care away from home. Hope Air — which provides free flights for low-income Canadians who need to ...
Town of Deer Lake plans to backfill eroded sections of Humber River banks
The long-awaited fix to address some of the riverbank erosion issues in Deer Lake should happen soon and it isn’t expected to be as expensive as originally thought. Access to Pine Tree Drive is still restricted to local traffic only. ...
Trial of Max Vivian, accused of sexual assault causing bodily harm, gets underway in St. John's
Warning: some of the details in this news story may be upsetting to some readers. Crown prosecutor Alanna Dwyer got straight to her point when she began her opening submissions to a jury in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court in St. John's ...