Letter: More reasons to rein in federal fisheries ministers
RCMP mischief investigation leads to more charges against Northern Peninsula man
Author inspired by the North; makes her part-time home in St. Lunaire-Griquet
Newfoundland and Labrador residents get cannabis questions answered online
RNC seek help finding missing man Melvin Hillier
Cape Ray transfer station opens with no fanfare, little warning, and some ...
Russell Wangersky: Place your bets, please
Alpacas of Newfoundland closing down after 20 years
Corner Brook's Melissa Woods wants to make life more fun for those with ...
Annual NAFO meeting adopts measures for Greenland halibut, Flemish Cap cod
Auditors question ‘best option’ decision
Taking back the night in Corner Brook
Joshua Cormier arrested after evading police for a year
Impact of technology in a digital world focus of symposium at Grenfell Campus
Using products containing DNP could be deadly, Health Canada warns
OTTAWA, ONT. ONTARIO CANADA Health Canada is cautioning Canadians about the dangers of using health products containing 2,4-dinitrophenol, commonly known as DNP. In an advisory issued on Sept. 20, the government agency warned the ...
Kiwanis President Lawrence Ducey uses his business skills to help 50-year-old service organization stay on track
Lawrence Ducey joined the Kiwanis Club of Grand Falls-Windsor five years ago, as a way to give back to the community and to help ensure there would be opportunities, through the Kiwanis Music Festival, for his daughters to explore their love of ...
Hurricane Florence the worst Baie Verte native has witnessed
Cathy Robinson-Gill wasn’t sure how long her connection would last. Power had been returned to her New Bern, North Carolina condo, Sept. 18, days after Hurricane Florence and flood waters devastated the Carolinas, but there were still issues ...
Condo thief likely to reoffend, decides St. John’s judge
Criminal harassment, assault, intimidation, weapons offences, drugs, counterfeit money, living off the avails of prostitution and more — the criminal record of Dominic Delisle, 31, is heavy and dates back to when he was young. There’s ...
Population of George River caribou herd continues to dwindle
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The dramatic decline of the George River caribou herd shows no signs of a turnaround, according to the latest census conducted in July. The 2018 census – conducted by ...
Highlights from Week 1 of Muskrat Falls Inquiry
Day 1 Inquiry Commissioner Richard LeBlanc emphasizes the inquiry is not a trial, but he hopes to be able to provide the story of the Muskrat Falls Project. Expert Bent Flyvbjerg of Oxford University is the inquiry’s ...
High winds, rough seas prompt Marine Atlantic schedule changes
Marine Atlantic has issued a statement that rough weather will affect departure and arrival times for ferries between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland this weekend. Environment Canada has issued wind warnings. The Port aux Basques to ...
Woman ticketed after accident in Corner Brook
A noontime accident in Corner Brook on Thursday was one of five that had occurred in the city since Wednesday. And this one resulted in the driver of one of the vehicles, a 26-year-old Reidville woman, being issued a summary offence ticket under ...
Regional appeal board deliberating Corner Brook city council's denial of Country Haven crematorium plans
Dwayne Parsons will find out some time in the next three weeks whether the City of Corner Brook erred in denying him a permit to build a crematorium. Parsons owns and operates Country Haven Funeral Home on Country Road in Corner Brook. In the ...
Researcher talks about state of Gulf of St. Lawrence cod during Coastal Matters session in Corner Brook
Peter Clancy has been in the Maritimes for 35 years and for a long time avoided research on the fishery. “Because there was so many good political scientists already doing that work. It’s very well covered and very complex,” said ...