Lewisporte resident celebrates 101st birthday
Lewisporte’s new clinic needs doctors
Lewisporte students receive gold and platinum recognition for volunteer work
Polar bear sighting on Fogo Island
Twillingate RCMP charge man after receiving tip about impaired driver
Montreal Canadiens alumni coming to play on Fogo Island
Twillingate pencil artist set to open his gallery in May
Combines score two wins on home ice, leading to a potential championship
Twillingate author’s latest book focuses on early 20th century police work in ...
Contracts awarded for review of N.L.’s waste management strategy
Analysis: How the Mount Cashel civil trial played out in N.L. Supreme Court
Mount Cashel victims lose in N.L. Supreme Court civil trial
UPDATED: Judy Foote named Newfoundland and Labrador's first female lieutenant-governor
Aidan Joseph Maloney dead at 97
Roll up the Rim win a Valentine’s Day surprise for lucky Gander resident
Newfoundland Power accepting EnviroFest applications
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Newfoundland Power employees have helped complete 95 beautification projects and planted thousands of trees, flowers and shrubs through its EnviroFest initiative. The company announced it is once again accepting ...
New chair, vice-chair, and commissioner appointed to PUB
The Public Utilities Board (PUB) has a new chair, vice-chair and commissioner, Minister of Justice and Public Safety Andrew Parsons announced on Wednesday. Darlene Whalen was previously vice-chair with the PUB, and was appointed chair effective ...
Potential PC leaders propose penalizing bad government
While fireworks were few at their first debate, PC leadership hopefuls Ches Crosbie and Tony Wakeham laid out different punishments for politicians who do wrong. Crosbie and Wakeham brought their race to Memorial University on Thursday, with ...
The Rooms adds new members to board of directors
ST. JOHN’S, NL – The board of directors of The Rooms Corporation has six new faces. Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation Minister Christopher Mitchelmore announced the appointments, along with four re-appointed board members, in a ...
Genetic testing of pink salmon found in Newfoundland and Labrador rivers to take six months
GANDER, NL – It will be another six months before the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) completes genetic analysis of the Pacific pink salmon found in Newfoundland and Labrador rivers last year. Back in September, DFO received ...
Provincial government supporting Multiculturalism Week projects in N.L.
Multiculturalism Week kicks off in Newfoundland and Labrador this Sunday, March 18. The provincial government has announced $23,000 funding for 19 projects that will take place throughout the week. Increasing the number and reach of ...
Gander passes mandatory tree policy for new properties
GANDER, NL – In an effort to build land beautification into the town’s continued residential growth, Gander has passed a mandatory tree requirement for new properties. The one-tree minimum requirement at the front of a property will be ...
WorkplaceNL updates policy on work-related traumatic mental health issues
WorkplaceNL has udated its mental stress policy to acknowledge work-related mental health issues that may be caused by exposure to multiple traumatic events. The policy will now include events that are an everyday part of an occupation, such as ...
Gas down slightly across Newfoundland and Labrador
Gas is down slightly this morning — by just 1/10 of a cent, and diesel dropped by a cent a litre. Propane remains the same, but stove and furnace oil have each decreased by 0.4 cents. ...
LeBlanc to probe Churchill Falls as part of Muskrat inquiry
Justice Richard LeBlanc’s Inquiry into the Muskrat Falls project will go as far back as the development of Churchill Falls to determine what went so wrong for the beleaguered Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project. LeBlanc issued his ...