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
Port au Choix purchases 2,200 reusable bags
Recreation NL alarmed by results of ParticipACTION’s latest physical activity report card for Canadian kids
Grand Falls-Windsor business community concerned about break and enters
Port aux Basques council deals with Charles Head bus stop and speedy motorists
Humber Arm South council will be keeping an eye on activities at Benoit's Cove skateboard park
Traffic on upper West Street in downtown Corner Brook is temporarily two-way
Western Health adopts a family presence policy
Placentia lift bridge part to arrive this week
Fishermen on the wharf at Jerseyside in Placentia still shake their heads at how the trolls of mechanical malfunction had hit the two-year-old, $50-million lift bridge and caused them such a headache during this spring’s crab fishery. Most ...
Three Corner Brook schools to implement later start times in the fall
Junior and high school, and some elementary school, students in Corner Brook are going to be able to get a little extra shut-eye in the fall. The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District says it is acting on science it has known about for ...
Updated: Former Piccadilly RCMP detachment destroyed by early morning fire
It was a startling way to be awakened from her sleep at 4:50 a.m. on Monday — the beginning of a day that just seemed all too surreal to her. Nancy Greene got the call at that time that the former Piccadilly RCMP detachment she had purchased ...
Recently retired from fishing, Salvage man says harvesters should make conservation a priority
SALVAGE, N.L. – Last September, Salvage fish harvester Gordon Janes hauled up his last pots and began the process of selling off his enterprise and retiring from the profession. He’s leaving behind the industry at a time where signs of ...
Lock your vehicles, Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP warn
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. – There has been a string of thefts from unlocked cars in Happy Valley-Goose Bay in recent weeks, according to the RCMP. Police are advising the public they should take all the valuables out of their vehicles and ...
UPDATE: Whale freed, still swimming in shallow waters of Harbour Grace
This beached minke whale attracted quite a few residents to the shores of Harbour Grace Monday morning, June 18. HARBOUR GRACE, N.L. — The Department of Fisheries and Oceans confirmed Monday that a whale stuck in the shallow waters of ...
Judge finds town acted negligently in removal of derelict building in Embree
EMBREE, N.L. – A justice of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador has ruled that while a contractor for the municipality was permitted to enter a property in Embree for the purposes of removing waste, the company was not allowed to ...
Recreation consternation: former Port aux Basques mayor addresses council about Bruce II policy changes
Months after the announcement of a dual registration and secondary fees for program registration at the Bruce II Sports Centre, the topic remains a contentious one, at least for former Port aux Basques mayor Brian Button. In January, Port aux ...
Newfoundland and Labrador insurance cap decision will be an informed one, says minister
The Public Utilities Board (PUB) may not be making a specific recommendation on whether a minor injury cap should be implemented in the auto insurance industry in Newfoundland and Labrador, but the minister of Service NL is expecting the PUB’s ...
Backlash follows ‘bizarre’ ads posted by St. John’s realtor
A series of real estate advertisements posted to social media by St. John’s realtor and city councillor Debbie Hanlon prompted social media backlash over the weekend. The advertisements included one about a prisoner-of-war, and another about ...