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
Second annual Mawio’mi in Grand Falls-Windsor doubles in size
UPDATED: Family loses everything in fire at Little Burnt Bay residence
ERMA elects a new board
Newfoundland and Labrador Tory leader Ches Crosbie tries to distance PCs from Muskrat Falls legacy
Being wildfire prepared in Pasasdena
Slow camping start but Bay St. George parks expecting to pick up soon
Stephenville council operating with more than half million surplus from 2017
Finance committee chair Coun. Mark Felix is proud the Town of Stephenville’s audited financial statements for the year 2017 show more than half a million dollars surplus. RELATED: 'Two dissenting votes on first budget for new ...
Pasadena Elementary school council chairperson says student assistant allocation to be cut
It has not been officially announced, but Hal Cormier doesn’t want to wait around to let parents know about alleged upcoming cuts to student assistant allocations in the province. Cormier, chairperson of the school council at Pasadena ...
Side-scan sonar to be used to investigate worsening Bottomless Pond flooding
The problem is getting worse, but there might be some help on the way for property owners at Bottomless Pond. The constituency office of Premier Dwight Ball, who represents the district of Humber-Gros Morne, has confirmed it has requested the Deer ...
How important is Indigenous Day?
National Indigenous Peoples Day was celebrated all over Canada on Thursday. From sunrise ceremonies to traditional song and dance, Indigenous groups shared their culture. In Corner Brook a large crowd turned out at Margaret Bowater Park to take part ...
Canada Post looking to increase postage rates in 2019
OTTAWA – Canada Post is proposing a bump in postage rates next year. The rate for domestic lettermail items weighing 30 grams or less when purchased in a booklet, coil or pane would increase to $0.90 from $0.85. The price of a single ...
Newfoundland Power rates are going up July 1
Power rates in Newfoundland and Labrador are continuing their upward trajectory, with a big jump still ahead when the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project comes online. The latest increase of about 6.6 per cent for residential customers, approved ...
Provincial Child Death Review Committee makes series of recommendations to government following case reviews
The province’s Department of Justice and Public Safety has released a series of recommendations from the Child Death Review Committee (CDRC) stemming from three cases of child and youth deaths that occurred in Newfoundland and Labrador in 2016 ...
Newest Lewisporte councillor sworn in
LEWISPORTE, N.L. – Derek White, for the second time, is officially a member of the Lewisporte Town Council. “I bring a lot of experience to the table over my 40 years of working with the town and different departments,” said ...
Officials respond to Lewisporte’s withdrawal from regional fire department discussions
CENTRAL, N.L. – Members of the regional fire department initiative had much to say after Lewisporte’s withdrawal from the effort. “I was shocked to learn, late Friday afternoon (June 15), of Lewisporte’s decision to ...
Court grants injunction limiting activity of ironworkers protesting at Corner Brook hospital site
There is now an injunction against them, but disgruntled ironworkers will be allowed to continue their protest outside the regional hospital construction site in Corner Brook. The group, upset at the lack of local jobs being made available with ...