Book Remarks — One For the Rock
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Building the faith: Gander Evangel Pentecostal invests in new church
Newfoundland doctor latest Senate appointment
Unlikely pairing of pizza and fitness working well for Twillingate business owners
Fisherman Jack Troake recalls a life on the water
Lions Club donates $5,000 to Twillingate youth concert in support of the ...
Central students take part in annual Regional Heritage Fair
CINDY DAY: Have you ever 'smelled' the rain?
Pasadena Elementary school council chairperson says student assistant allocation to be cut
Side-scan sonar to be used to investigate worsening Bottomless Pond flooding
Canada Post looking to increase postage rates in 2019
Newfoundland Power rates are going up July 1
Provincial Child Death Review Committee makes series of recommendations to government following case reviews
UPDATED: RNC locate missing person Sarah Reddy
Police have located missing person Sarah Reddy. In a news release issued Friday afternoon, the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) said they’ve ensured Reddy’s safety and well-being, and wanted to thank the public for their ...
Corner Brook parent concerned that later school time is not workable for families of elementary-aged students
Mandy Simmonds doesn’t know how she will be able to do it. The Corner Brook woman is the mother of a boy heading to Grade 2 at C.C Loughlin Elementary School in September and is concerned about how she and her family are supposed to adjust ...
Steady Brook looking for volunteers for water metering project
The Town of Steady Brook is looking for four residents to participate in a water metering project. Mayor Donna Thistle said they are looking for a diverse group of participants — seniors, households with babies and small children, households ...
West coast undertakings filed with Environment department
Proposals to construct an aircraft hangar at Pinchgut Lake and to build an access road connecting the Hope Brook mineral exploration property to the Burgeo Highway were recently filed with the Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment. In ...
Hillier Avenue amendments approved for development to move ahead in the area
Brad White, a landowner in the Hillier Avenue area of Stephenville, was ecstatic with a decision by the Stephenville town council to make amendments to allow development in the area. Council passed a number of amendments on Thursday at their ...
Should the government change the Newfoundland and Labrador Coat of Arms?
Premier Dwight Ball guaranteed a review of official symbols such as the provincial coat of arms last weekend, as had been promoted by Torngat Mountains MHA Randy Edmunds. The resolution was brought forward because the provincial coat of arms is ...
Fuel prices continue creep downward in Newfoundland
The Public Utilities Board maximum prices for all regulated petroleum products have again been adjusted downward this week. Gas is down 0.7 cents per litre (cpl) and diesel is down 0.3 cpl. Heating fuels are also down: furnace oil by 0.04 ...
Justice George Murphy's decision on injunction against protesting ironworkers at Corner Brook hospital site expected today
Justice George Murphy is hoping to make a decision whether or not to grant an injunction against protesting ironworkers at the new hospital site in Corner Brook today. Murphy said it will be tight trying to sift through all of the information ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Indigenous leaders call for celebration
Indigenous leaders in Newfoundland and Labrador are asking everyone in the province to celebrate today: National Indigenous Peoples Day. When Innu Nation Grand Chief Gregory Rich was asked about it on Wednesday, he said he thought about the shared ...
Newfoundland students attending international marine technology competition in U.S.
A team of students from Memorial University and the Marine Institute are in Washington state looking to claim a fifth overall title at the Marine Advanced Technology Education international ROV competition. Eastern Edge Robotics won a fourth ...