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
Gander passes mandatory tree policy for new properties
Planning underway for accessible playground at Cobb’s Pond
Fogo Island air service making progress
Muskrat Falls project ‘over-governed’: Nalcor CEO
Combating groups have different take on fishery meetings
Grand Falls-Windsor heroes recognized by Canadian Red Cross
Baie Verte council to meet with disgruntled residents over land issue
BAIE VERTE, NL - Baie Verte council has agreed to hold a public session to discuss any remaining issues over the sale of land on Southshore Drive and Pioneer Avenue. The meeting will take place March 26 at the College of the North ...
Fortis warns N.L.ers of fraudulent text messages
Fortis is warning people in the province not to respond to text messages claiming to originate with the company. The utility company has received reports that people in the province are receiving text messages which claim Fortis Inc. has sent them ...
Rural, urban mail carriers rally for pay equity outside Supreme Court in St. John’s
A passionate group of about 30 people gathered outside the Supreme Court in downtown St. John’s Saturday morning for a demonstration about pay equity among Canada’s mail carriers. The demonstrators said Rural and Suburban Mail Carriers ...
Northern cod stock declined over last year; scientists urge minimum fishing effort
Those in the province’s fishing industry hoping the northern cod would be ready for a commercial fishery in a few years’ time — a saviour to an industry suffering repeated blows from declining crab and shrimp stocks — better ...
Judy Foote to be installed first female lieutenant-governor on May 3
Judy Foote will be installed as the first female lieutenant-governor of Newfoundland and Labrador on May 3. The ceremony will take place in the House of Assembly on that date with further details on the installation to be announced in the coming ...
Premier, minister announce plans for forestry, mining, and community sectors
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – After announcements about agriculture, aquaculture and technology – among others – in recent months, members of the Cabinet Committee on Jobs were in central Newfoundland today to talk about forestry, ...
Marystown YMCA to cost town's taxpayers $325K in 2018
MARYSTOWN, NL – The benefits of the Marystown recreation complex are obvious, but they do come at a fairly significant cost. Jason Brown, president and CEO of the YMCA-YWCA of Northeast Avalon, gave the organization’s annual report to ...
Mekap’sk Mi’kmaq deliver demands to N.L. government for Northern Peninsula claim
NORTHERN PENINSULA, NL – The Mekap’sk Mi’kmaq Band continues to move forward with formalizing its claim over the Northern Peninsula region of Newfoundland. The band issued a formal assertion of Aboriginal title to the federal ...
Louise Jones appointed interim president and CEO for Central Health
GRAND FALL’S-WINDSOR, NL – Louise Jones has been appointed as Central Health’s interim president and CEO by the health authority’s board of trustees. Jones has held a number of senior executive positions at the regional and ...
Municipal traffic fine increases
GANDER, NL – The Town of Gander approved a request from municipal enforcement to increase traffic fines to align the town with the rest of the province. The increases fall under various sections of the Highway Traffic Act and the Town of ...