Reinvigorating knowledge: Funding announced for Shorefast projects to preserve traditions of Fogo ...
Fighting for survival and viability: Twillingate set on acquiring license to process ...
Book Remarks — The Tin Triangle
Twillingate marks Memorial Day
Twillingate dons red for Canada Day parade
The Food Dude — The Shortbread Epiphany
Stairs reflect on their large-scale family journey in Lewisporte
Clarenville High beams with pride as SPEAK group paints rainbow crosswalk
Remembering a true ambassador of Bonavista
Corner Brook home extensively damaged by fire
Tony Pottle of Tug O'War Fishing Adventures having second thoughts on catch and release
SPAWN and CORA say returns are not down on all rivers
Backyard composting strategy making a big dent in garbage being sent to the landfill
Building a new prison will not solve Newfoundland and Labrador's justice system problems: Sen. Kim Pate
Space is tight in Newfoundland and Labrador’s correctional system
New town Chief Administrative Officer for Labrador City
At the regular council meeting for the Town of Labrador City held July 10 residents learned their community will have a new Chief Administrative Officer. Present town manager Gary Wensman will finish his duties in September. The selection of ...
DFO closes many salmon rivers on island of Newfoundland
After Friday, all salmon rivers on the island part of the province will be closed to retention angling for the remainder of the season due to low counts following an in-season stock review. Catch-and-release angling will continue to be permitted, ...
Plogging trend has legs, arrives in Newfoundland and Labrador
Plogging, an activity that is a combination of jogging and picking up roadside litter that started in Vancouver, has reached Newfoundland. Similar movements among beach-goers and hikers have been spread on Facebook, trying to encourage active ...
MP Churence Rogers hosts town hall forums for seniors in Marystown and Grand Bank
MARYSTOWN, N.L.— Low income housing for seniors, heating bills and health care were all issues brought forward by seniors in attendance during a town hall host by Bonavista-Burin-Trinity MP Churence Rogers at the Lions Club in Marystown on ...
Grand Bank council calling on new fisheries minister to review clam decision
GRAND BANK, N.L. – Grand Bank council is hoping the new federal fisheries minister will consider reviewing and reversing the decision on Arctic surf clams. A motion was passed to write a letter to Jonathan Wilkinson during council’s ...
Demolition of historic waterfront structure approved by Grand Bank council
GRAND BANK, N.L. – Grand Bank council has taken the initial step to tear down a portion of the Samuel J. Harris Building on the town’s waterfront. A motion was passed during council’s July 18 meeting to proceed with the ...
Speeder in Happy Valley-Goose Bay hit with hefty fine
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. – A woman in Happy Valley-Goose Bay found out about the province’s new stiffer penalties for driving too fast the hard way this morning, July 19. The RCMP pulled over a vehicle being operated at a speed in ...
House burns in Brigus
BRIGUS, N.L. – A fire broke out in a home in Brigus on Wednesday, July 18. According to a release from the Bay Roberts RCMP, officers responded at noon, finding the house, which was empty at the time, fully engulfed in flames. The Brigus ...
DFO closes salmon rivers on Newfoundland to retention angling
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) today, July 19, announced that all salmon rivers on the island part of the province will be closed to retention angling for the remainder of the season due to low counts following an in-season stock ...
Run the Rock beginning annual fundraising relay July 23 from Port aux Basques
PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L — Master Corporal Keya Kelly is excited to participate in the 23rd annual Run the Rock Event for her second year in a row. “Meeting the wish kids and seeing the smiles on their faces,” is the highlight of ...