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
Dwight Ball sees bump in latest Angus Reid poll
Gas prices are up across Newfoundland and Labrador
N.L. could get up to $560M in equalization: report
Newfoundland and Labrador's big game licence draw application deadline next week
The deadline for big game licence draw applications is a little over a week away. Eligible hunters can return completed applications to the Department of Fisheries and Land Resources or apply online at www.wildlife.gov.nl.ca. The latest to do ...
Marine Atlantic alters N.L. sailings, warns of impending weather
Due to high winds and sea conditions, Marine Atlantic says it's sailing earlier tonight from both Port aux Basques and North Sydney, N.S. terminals. Ferries will sail from both terminals at 10:45 p.m. Check-in time is two hours prior to ...
Four in 10 NL women have experienced sexual harassment: report
One-quarter of the adult Newfoundland and Labrador population reports having experienced sexual harassment, with nearly four in 10 women in the province experiencing such an incident in their lifetime. That’s according to a recent survey ...
N.L. government announces $10.6M for municipal infrastructure projects
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Forty-eight communities in Newfoundland and Labrador will see improvements to their infrastructure this year as part of a $10.6 million investment by the provincial government through its three-year Municipal Capital ...
Skills Canada provincial competition to take place at College of the North Atlantic Prince Philip campus
Trades-people and technologists will have their skills on display during the annual Skilled Career Day activities set for Friday. The event is scheduled for Friday, March 23 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the College of the North Atlantic- Prince Philip ...
Our Changing Arctic
Part 1: Currents, rising temperatures in control of the Arctic It was Jan. 10, 1914 and Canada's first great foray into exploring our North had gone horribly wrong. Three months earlier the Canadian Arctic Expedition’s much-famed ...
Contracts awarded for review of N.L.’s waste management strategy
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Two contracts have been awarded for the review of the provincial waste management strategy. One for roughly $45,000 has been awarded to Amec Foster Wheeler, while the other, for approximately $65,000, has been granted ...
Linda White recognized for dedication to Greenspond’s history
ST. JOHN’S, NL – When it comes to the extensive history of Greenspond, Linda White is in the know. For the past 25 years, White has been an archivist at Memorial University of Newfoundland, but it was dedication to her roots that ...
Analysis: How the Mount Cashel civil trial played out in N.L. Supreme Court
It was a high-stakes trial. The stakes for the four John Does and the other claimants lined up behind them: loss of compensation from the church and no legal validation of who they feel played a part in their torment. The stakes for the ...
Mount Cashel victims lose in N.L. Supreme Court civil trial
A group of now elderly men abused as boys in the Mount Cashel Orphanage lost their civil fight in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court to have the Roman Catholic Church held responsible for what happened to them several decades ago. In a ...