FISH-NL and FFAW raise concerns after DFO gives science update for northern ...
Caribous beat Cats in overtime to take 2-0 series lead
Caribous win hotly contested Game 1 of CWSHL semi-final series against Cataracts
RCMP warns Wi-Fi users to be aware of 'honeypots'
Federal government increases infrastructure project funding for Canada’s small communities
Tim Arsenault: Bruce Rainnie’s happy, gruelling Olympic curling marathon
Statistics Canada surveying Canadians on cannabis use in 2018
Jenna Conter: Always up for some Olympic air
Environmental assessment committee established for Rambler’s proposed tailings expansion on Baie Verte ...
Choices for Youth consults with public in the process of helping young people
Cozies for charity in Grand Falls-Windsor
Poem written about Phil Dooley from local Gander resident
Phil Dooley - A big man with a big smile
Baie Verte council lobbying for crosswalk on highway near Copper Ridge Academy
Town of Springdale and Lions Club partner on bandstand project
SPRINGDALE, NL — Whether it is hundreds of dollars or tens of thousands, the feeling of helping others is the same for Lions Club of Canada members, according to Sadie Foster. The president of the Springdale Lions Club was referring to a ...
Carbonear food bank has big plans following incorporation
CARBONEAR, NL — A plan that was years in the making to take ownership of the building where it’s served thousands of clients is paying off big time for the St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank in Carbonear. Late last year, a deal was ...
Newtown landscape reflection claims winning prize in Canadian Geographic contest
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Michael Winsor has plenty to celebrate. His image was selected among many entries in the landscape category as winner of the Canadian Geographic photo contest. The winning photo was taken in Barbour Living Heritage ...
Lions Clubs take on kids cancer in N.L. and around the world
Sheldon Slaney can tell you in detail that the weather on Wednesday, July 8, 2015 in St. John’s was warm, bright, and sunny. He was sitting with his wife, Nikki, in a Disney-themed room of the emergency department at the Janeway. They were ...
Community shed program big success in Nain
A pilot project offering Nain residents an opportunity to learn new woodworking skills while socializing with people of all ages has turned out to be a great success. Neil Hawkes is the community shed’s program co-ordinator. The woodworking ...
Town of Gander recognizes Eating Disorder Awareness Week
GANDER, NL – A flag raising and proclamation signing for Eating Disorder Awareness Week was held at the town hall in Gander today, Feb. 1. Dr. Jill Starkes, regional chief of pediatrics for Central Health, a consultant pediatrician at James ...
Eight inducted into Order of Newfoundland and Labrador
In a Wednesday afternoon ceremony at Government House and presided over by Frank Fagan, Lt.-Gov. of Newfoundland and Labrador eight prominent Newfoundland and Labradorians were inducted into them the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador. Related ...
C-W-T Ace still in play, $130,000 jackpot estimated
CENTERVILLE-WAREHAM-TRINITY, NL – Poor weather conditions postponed the Chase the Ace in Centerville-Wareham-Trinity earlier this week. However, another draw is scheduled for Feb. 1. The C-W-T Recreation and Indian Bay ATV Association Chase ...
Keeping runways clear at Gander Airport
GANDER, NL – The maintenance crew at Gander International Airport springs into action as fresh snow falls on the tarmac. The crew plays a critical role to ensure runways and surrounding areas are clear of snow for airplanes to safely ...
Eastport celebrates Robbie Burns Day
EASTPORT, NL — With every ticket sold and a waiting list that couldn’t be filled, Eastport’s 10th annual Robbie Burns Night has far outgrown its humble beginnings in George and Joan Innes’ home. The Scottish dinner and show ...