Lewis and Law earn top times at Trapline
Halifax Crown files direct indictment in Obed rape case
Inuit lifestyle film picked up by National Geographic
Former Nalcor board members say at Muskrat Falls Inquiry that they ...
Two more people added at Muskrat Falls Inquiry
Questions get personal at Muskrat Falls Inquiry
From Labrador City to Carnegie Hall
Motorists facing impaired driving charges in Labrador
CLEARING THE AIR: Taking Atlantic Canada's pot pulse
Muskrat Falls stop-work order worries workers
New Kids Can program approved by Stephenville town council
Punishment recommended for MHA Dale Kirby
Main Street Bridge replacement on the move in Corner Brook
Chesley Parsons, originally from Corner Brook, is province's new RCMP commander
Corner Brook court denies Eric Tucker’s application for injunction that would halt Qalipu election
Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay hears from community groups with budget asks
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. With the end of the year fast approaching, the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay is underway with its annual budgeting process. Michelle Baikie, chair of the town’s finance committee, said for this year’s ...
Former bus operator Dave Callahan weighs in on school bus seatbelt legislation issue
Dave Callahan said with Transport Canada taking a new look at the issue of seatbelts in school buses, he believes their use won’t happen in this province unless it’s federally regulated. The former private bus operator said he has ...
Corner Brook man wants Gerry Byrne to apologize for past votes against same-sex marriage
It was a Pride event that started the conversation and Jordan Stringer feels an upcoming Pride event could be the opportunity to bring closure to it. Earlier this week Stringer took to Facebook to express his displeasure at seeing Corner Brook MHA ...
The Once clews up provincewide tour this weekend
It’s been more than a decade since The Once released their first self-titled album. Their three-part harmony has stunned crowds internationally since those early days, but lead vocalist Geraldine Hollett said she has only truly felt ...
Woman said armed man carjacked vehicle with her, three small children aboard
Michelle Murray broke down in tears recalling the horrifying moment a strange man jumped aboard the van she was in with her grandkids and held a screwdriver to her face. “I thought, this can’t be real. This can’t be ...
Unlicensed St. John's cannabis shop shut down
Cannabis Care, an unlicensed dispensary on Water Street in St. John’s, was shut down Thursday evening, just one day after recreational marijuana became legal across the country. The outlet advertised high-quality strains of medical cannabis, ...
Movement of information becomes issue at Muskrat Falls Inquiry
The Muskrat Falls Inquiry has been spending time on conveyance of information: what was communicated in internal reviews before the hydro project’s final approval, and what was passed up the chain. On Wednesday, former Newfoundland and ...
Former Tory premier Paul Davis to step aside, triggering byelection
Former Tory premier Paul Davis has set the speculation to rest: he’s resigning as MHA for Topsail-Paradise and leaving politics. Davis made the announcement on Thursday afternoon at the Paradise Double Ice Complex, surrounded by supporters, ...
Corner Brook businessman allegedly coerced woman to have sexual relations with him
A Corner Brook businessman charged with sexual assault and extortion was released from custody late Thursday afternoon. Roger Francis, 42, was arrested Wednesday following an investigation by the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary that had been ...
Kilbride woman gets conditional sentence, probation after swindling $70,000 from former employer
The owner of a Mount Pearl contracting company who had a once-faithful, longtime employee defraud him of $70,000 has some advice for other small business owners. “Don’t give total reign of your company to anybody,” Michael ...