Winter storm watch in effect for eastern Newfoundland this Saturday
John Hickey left a mark on Labrador, colleagues say
Spending time with family tops holiday list.
St. Anthony singer-songwriter helping others heal through music
Happy Valley-Goose Bay mayor John Hickey passes away
Pat Quinlan dies at 88
Well-known St. John's doctor Michael Bense passes away
Millie Walsh of Fleur de Lys receives Senate 150th Anniversary Medal
Vital change in Newfoundland and Labrador birth certificates
Cape Breton Post
JA announces inductees to Newfoundland and Labrador Business Hall of Fame
Gander workers marking lockout anniversary with rally in St. John's
Rambler looking to expand tailings management facility on Baie Verte Peninsula
Province’s appeal of Placentia Bay aquaculture project ruling in court this week
2,800 unfilled jobs in Newfoundland and Labrador: CFIB report
Deciphering loyalty rewards cards
Marine Institute scientist sees aquaculture potential for Northern Peninsula
In the midst of an ever-changing fishery, prospects for aquaculture projects along the Great Northern Peninsula are improving. ...
Churchill Falls fight lands in Supreme Court of Canada
Newfoundlanders and Labradorians might be waiting with bated breath to see how the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project will affect the province’s long-term future, but the much-maligned case of the Upper Churchill Falls hydroelectric project ...
Clearwater Seafoods fighting counterfeit North Korean clams
By Roger Taylor The Chronicle Herald HALIFAX - Clearwater Seafoods of Halifax, N.S. has been fighting a secret battle with North Korea. Ian Smith, CEO of Clearwater, says his company has spent millions of dollars building up ...
Bolstering your bank account
It’s a near universal truth: everyone wants more money. Some people want more to improve their quality of life, others want to pay down debt faster, while most simply seek the comfort and security that comes from building a nest ...
Research pays off in getting holiday deals
Stealing a Christmas tree from a Lady Foot Locker goes off without a hitch for under-appreciated – and sloshed – moms Carla, Amy and Kiki in Hollywood’s A Bad Moms Christmas. In real life, though, out-of-control holiday shopping ...
Fortune wharf upgrades must accommodate new St-Pierre-et-Miquelon ferries
FORTUNE, NL — The Nordet and Suroit have arrived in St-Pierre-et-Miquelon, but upgrades required for the wharf at the international port in Fortune may delay the start of service. The vessels will transport passengers, vehicles and freight ...
Federal environmental agency to determine if assessment necessary for Labrador mine project
OTTAWA – The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) is has started the process of deciding whether a federal environmental assessment should be required for the Foxtrot rare earth element mine project in Labrador. Search Minerals ...
Clearwater debuts new vessel for catching Arctic surf clams off N.L and N.S.
Clearwater Seafoods officially unveiled the Anne Risley, its newest clam vessel, during a ceremony in Halifax on Friday morning. ...
OPEC announcement welcomed in Newfoundland and Labrador
News out of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) meeting in Vienna Thursday was considered good news for the provincial coffers, with the cartel and its partners agreeing to keep their oil output suppressed through 2018. The ...
Newfoundland and Labrador company testing clean tech in Caribbean landfill
Wherever there’s a landfill, there’s leachate. It’s the liquid that drains or leaches away from a landfill, becoming composed of organic and inorganic materials, heavy metals and pathogens along the way. With a diverse ...