Newfoundland and Labrador borrowing for severance payouts
St. Lawrence town hall needs renovations
St. Lawrence being considered by CBC’s ‘Still Standing’
Families gather on 9th anniversary of Cougar crash
With St. John's in fold, ECHL about to become more East Coast ...
Editorial: Pills can kill
School name lives to see another day for St. Paul's in Gander
Shortage of GPs in Gander leaves many patients without care
Business, community leaders speak out about GP shortage in Gander
Need for air ambulance in central Newfoundland to be focus of upcoming meeting
Gander resident suing Haggie, Johnson and Central Health
103 Search and Rescue Squadron conducting training in central and western Newfoundland
Contracts awarded for review of N.L.’s waste management strategy
Linda White recognized for dedication to Greenspond’s history
Analysis: How the Mount Cashel civil trial played out in N.L. Supreme Court
Roll up the Rim win a Valentine’s Day surprise for lucky Gander resident
GANDER, NL – A routine trip to her go-to Tim Hortons stop in Gander turned out to be quite the Valentine’s Day surprise for Lisa Feltham. On Feb. 14, the Gander resident picked up her usual medium tea – she’s not a coffee ...
'Dragons' Den' auditions in St. John’s Saturday drew entrepreneurs from near and far
The Sheraton Hotel in St. John’s hosted this province’s only “Dragons’ Den” auditions for the cross-Canada search for entrepreneurs for the show’s next season. The reality show has entrepreneurs pitch ideas to a ...
Elderly N.L. women targeted in phone scam
Updated story: An old phone scam has reared its head again and targeted at least three people in the Bay Roberts area within the past month, most recently on Friday. Bay Roberts RCMP Const. Bryan Vaughan said all of the scam attempts he is ...
Liberals ponder Newfoundland-Labrador fixed link
The Liberal Party of Canada will wrap up voting this Sunday for ranking the proposed resolutions for its 2018 national convention, and one of the resolutions calls on the party to determine the feasibility of a “fixed link” for ...
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 ...