Gambo Relay for Life raises $16,000
Continuing success for Gander-born hockey player
Preparing for the big games: Gander athletes looking forward to upcoming Special ...
Gambo's Smallwood Academy continues annual Shave for the Brave fundraiser
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Newfoundland Power applies for rate increase
Building the faith: Gander Evangel Pentecostal invests in new church
Newfoundland and Labrador doctors say family medicine needs reboot
New Brunswick model maker donates replica of Joseph and Clara Smallwood to ...
No cause on Tuesday of fire at old Piccadilly RCMP building
Corner Brook judge taking right to protest into account as he considers injunction against ironworkers
Species of Lyme disease-carrying ticks getting closer, but Corner Brook vet says there's no reason for alarm
Free legal support available for survivors of sexual violence in Newfoundland and Labrador
Former Anglican priest Robin Barrett acquitted on latest child porn charges
Recreation NL alarmed by results of ParticipACTION’s latest physical activity report card for Canadian kids
Corner Brook judge grants discharge for man in possession of 188 grams of marijuana
While the Crown prosecuted the case to the full letter of the law, a Corner Brook judge granted a conditional discharge to a man charged with possessing marijuana as the date for the legalization of cannabis draws nearer. Judge Wayne Gorman of the ...
Mount Bernard Avenue fire still under investigation
A fire investigator with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary in Corner Brook is still digging through the interior of the commercial building on Mount Bernard Avenue that was extensively damaged in a fire on Saturday night. The investigator is ...
Three Corner Brook schools to implement later start times in the fall
Junior and high school, and some elementary school, students in Corner Brook are going to be able to get a little extra shut-eye in the fall. The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District says it is acting on science it has known about for ...
Updated: Former Piccadilly RCMP detachment destroyed by early morning fire
It was a startling way to be awakened from her sleep at 4:50 a.m. on Monday — the beginning of a day that just seemed all too surreal to her. Nancy Greene got the call at that time that the former Piccadilly RCMP detachment she had purchased ...
Recently retired from fishing, Salvage man says harvesters should make conservation a priority
SALVAGE, N.L. – Last September, Salvage fish harvester Gordon Janes hauled up his last pots and began the process of selling off his enterprise and retiring from the profession. He’s leaving behind the industry at a time where signs of ...
Newfoundland and Labrador insurance cap decision will be an informed one, says minister
The Public Utilities Board (PUB) may not be making a specific recommendation on whether a minor injury cap should be implemented in the auto insurance industry in Newfoundland and Labrador, but the minister of Service NL is expecting the PUB’s ...
Steady Brook mayor's use of town email sparks policy discussion
The Town of Steady Brook is going to develop a new policy regarding use of the town’s email address after its mayor drew some criticism earlier this week. On Monday, the town clerk sent out an email to all residents on its mailing list via ...
Ironworkers still have no firm word they'll get work at long-term care build in Corner Brook
With a hint of a resolution coming, Todd Murphy wasn’t prepared to give up his fight for work. Murphy is among a group of local ironworkers who have been demonstrating at the site of the new long-term care facility in Corner Brook for the ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Liberals set sights on 2019 election
Before the close out of the Newfoundland and Labrador Liberal convention in Gander, Dwight Ball was at the podium, giving his promise to lead the party to a win in the 2019 provincial election. There was clapping. The cheers erupted in the room: ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball gets ‘a big endorsement’ in leadership vote at Liberal convention
Premier Dwight Ball says he’s more than satisfied with a 79 per cent vote by Liberal party members, against having a leadership contest. “This is an awesome number and a big endorsement for me and my team,” he said, speaking with ...