Soprano songstress brings Georgina Stirling tribute to Stirling’s hometown
The Food Dude – Getting Grilled: Charissa Lyda’s Cheesecake
Twillingate and Crow Head come together to establish hiking trails network
Out and About: what's happening in central this week
’Jack of All Trades’ student wins prestigious scholarship
Province, DFO say no reduction in resources, just have not been publicizing ...
Gander man hopes to establish central location for his Newfoundland ponies
Personal memories of Swissair
N.L. couple issues warning over seven-year power bill saga
Annual NAFO meeting adopts measures for Greenland halibut, Flemish Cap cod
N.L. prison protest coming to Confederation Building
Auditors question ‘best option’ decision
Taking back the night in Corner Brook
Judge grants firearms prohibition against McIvers man
After weighing the evidence, a provincial court judge has concluded Robert Park should be prohibited from possessing firearms for the maximum allowed period of five years. “The potential for harm to any and every member of society if Robert ...
Court orders items seized returned to Corner Brook man charged with uttering threats
The Corner Brook man charged in August with uttering threats against hospital staff was successful in getting some the items seized from him from returned. RELATED: 'Corner Brook man charged with uttering threats at Western Memorial ...
Using products containing DNP could be deadly, Health Canada warns
OTTAWA, ONT. ONTARIO CANADA Health Canada is cautioning Canadians about the dangers of using health products containing 2,4-dinitrophenol, commonly known as DNP. In an advisory issued on Sept. 20, the government agency warned the ...
Kiwanis President Lawrence Ducey uses his business skills to help 50-year-old service organization stay on track
Lawrence Ducey joined the Kiwanis Club of Grand Falls-Windsor five years ago, as a way to give back to the community and to help ensure there would be opportunities, through the Kiwanis Music Festival, for his daughters to explore their love of ...
Hurricane Florence the worst Baie Verte native has witnessed
Cathy Robinson-Gill wasn’t sure how long her connection would last. Power had been returned to her New Bern, North Carolina condo, Sept. 18, days after Hurricane Florence and flood waters devastated the Carolinas, but there were still issues ...
Condo thief likely to reoffend, decides St. John’s judge
Criminal harassment, assault, intimidation, weapons offences, drugs, counterfeit money, living off the avails of prostitution and more — the criminal record of Dominic Delisle, 31, is heavy and dates back to when he was young. There’s ...
Population of George River caribou herd continues to dwindle
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The dramatic decline of the George River caribou herd shows no signs of a turnaround, according to the latest census conducted in July. The 2018 census – conducted by ...
Highlights from Week 1 of Muskrat Falls Inquiry
Day 1 Inquiry Commissioner Richard LeBlanc emphasizes the inquiry is not a trial, but he hopes to be able to provide the story of the Muskrat Falls Project. Expert Bent Flyvbjerg of Oxford University is the inquiry’s ...
High winds, rough seas prompt Marine Atlantic schedule changes
Marine Atlantic has issued a statement that rough weather will affect departure and arrival times for ferries between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland this weekend. Environment Canada has issued wind warnings. The Port aux Basques to ...
Rocket Bakery event kicks off Coffee Break fundraisers for Alzheimer Society NL, World Alzheimer Day celebrated today
It was a busy morning in downtown St. John’s for people seeking to make a difference in the lives of friends, families and people they have never met. A host of customers, who normally frequent Rocket Bakery on Water Street, searching for ...