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
Sea King building in Grand Bank damaged by high winds
Man arrested for drunk driving following single vehicle crash in Terra Nova Park
CRTC approves $500-million sale of Newfoundland-based media company Newcap
Burin Peninsula motorists charged for improperly transporting cannabis
Marystown area man without a home after weekend fire
Contact info released for Newfoundland and Labrador's new financial assessment process
Newfoundlander making “Coronation Street” debut tonight in U.K.
The first of six “Coronation Street” episodes featuring Newfoundland actor Cassidy Little will air tonight in the United Kingdom. Little, who lost a leg to an improvised explosive device while serving with the Royal Marines in ...
Mystery persists: why do many salmon fail to return to spawning rivers?
Raymond Elliott rounded the point off Goose Cove and steamed his skiff into a bay of memory. The boat’s motion changed as it left its brief sojourn in the North Atlantic’s slow swell for the slap of the shorter wind-driven waves of ...
Halifax Crown files direct indictment in Obed rape case
The Crown has opted to file a preferred indictment against a Halifax man accused of breaking into a Halifax residence in June and raping the female occupant. The move, announced Oct. 15 in Halifax provincial court, means Sem Paul Obed will proceed ...
St. Lunaire-Griquet getting a new fire truck
ST. LUNAIRE-GRIQUET, N.L. The Town of St. Lunaire-Griquet is getting a new fire truck. The pumper unit, costing about $350,000, will be cost-shared 80-20 between the province and the town. The town’s share is around ...
Newfoundland and Labrador RCMP detachment welcomes new commanding officer
Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers in Newfoundland and Labrador have a new boss. Curling-native Ches Parsons, a 31-year veteran of the police service, was appointed Assistant Commission of the provincial detachment. In a release issued by the ...
You can find the High North in Labrador City
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. Customer’s line up just after the doors opened at High North. At 4:20 p.m. on Oct. 17 Labrador’s first cannabis store opened. It was an appropriate time, 4:20 being a slang term associated with ...
FFAW-Unifor pleased with DFO panel recommendations on marine conservation process changes
The Fish Food and Allied Workers (FFAW-Unifor) union is applauding recommendations contained in a final report on Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) produced by the Department of Fisheries and Ocean’s National Advisory Panel. Union president ...
Gander man and woman charged after alleged shoplifting spree in central Newfoundland
GANDER, N.L. Theft charges have been laid against a man and a woman from Gander after they were apprehended by police on Wednesday, Oct. 17. According to a RCMP release, several complaints were received from businesses in Grand ...
Scrap heap fire in Channel-Port aux Basques draws rubberneckers
CHANNEL-PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. The Port aux Basques Volunteer Fire Department was called out to a scrap heap fire near Shark Cove Suites in the Channel area this afternoon, Oct. 18. The cause of the blaze is currently unknown, and despite ...
Carbonear Mayor Frank Butt will get money back
CARBONEAR, N.L. Frank Butt will be reimbursed $7,500 from the Town of Carbonear for the remuneration he lost when he was ousted from council for eight months. The matter came to a vote at the council table on Tuesday night, Oct. 9. Coun. Ray ...