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
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
New measures in place to curtail fraud, Newfoundland and Labrador English School District says
Dr. Norah Duggan of St. John’s one of Canada’s top family physicians
Ferryland RCMP charge youth for unlawful possession of Cannabis
Deer Lake man charged with public mischief
Investigation fails to determine cause of Sheshatshiu residential fire
Third annual charity event that helps people travel for medical care set for Tuesday
Insurance cap no solution, says Newfoundland consumer advocate
The province’s consumer advocate says he is against a cap being imposed on compensation for minor injuries sustained in automobile accidents in the province because he believes there will be very little change to insurance rates for consumers, ...
Getting to know your future Qalipu members
On the eve of an election to determine the new Qalipu First Nation Band, The Western Star reached out to all candidates in the western region to see what matters most to them. Here is what they had to say: Chief Brendan Mitchell, age 64, ...
Police graduates sworn in
On Saturday, members of the 14th class to complete the Police Studies Program at Memorial University were officially sworn in as recruit constables of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC). The Lieutenant Governor Cadet of the Year and ...
Antigonish County crash claims three lives
Three people died after a three-vehicle crash Saturday on Highway 104 in Dagger Woods, just east of Antigonish. ...
Update: Postal workers begin rotating strikes in four Canadian provinces
The union representing 50,000 Canada Post employees has begun rotating strikes in four cities across the country. The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says the 24-hour strikes began Monday at 12:01 a.m. local time in Victoria, ...
Neary family raises more than $3,000 for Learning Disability Association of Newfoundland and Labrador
It has been a banner year for Michael Neary … starting with his first victory lap after connecting with the Learning Disabilities Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (LDANL). Michael, the 2018 Hanlon Realty U.S. Legends series champion ...
Vaccination particularly important for those at highest risk to get flu, chief medical officer says
When you dispel the myths and look at the facts about the influenza vaccine, more people might feel comfortable about getting the flu shot, says Dr. Claudia Sarbu, the province’s chief medical officer of health. One of the biggest myths, she ...
More raids to come for illegal sales, Newfoundland Liquor Corp. says
The first raid of an unlicensed cannabis dispensary took place on Thursday evening, but there could be more on the way. On Thursday at 4:30 p.m., Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corp. (NLC) regulatory officers and the Royal Newfoundland ...
Muskrat Falls stop-work order worries workers
After being dismissed from the Muskrat Falls worksite, one worker says he’s been left in limbo, not sure what happens next. About 500 workers were ordered by Nalcor Energy on Thursday to head home after it was established that Astaldi Canada ...
New Kids Can program approved by Stephenville town council
The funding of a new program by the Recreation and Wellness Division of the Town of Stephenville is hoped to make it able for every child to get involved in all kinds of programs. The Stephenville town council approved $5,000 towards the program ...