Province appointing independent mediator for Gander labour dispute
Clarenville clergyman memorializes Gord Downie on church sign
Where Fogo Island has been and where it’s going
FISH-NL and FFAW still at odds over harvester numbers
The Comic King of Bonavista Bay
Right whales may impact Marine Atlantic travel
Building a strategic vision for Fogo Island fisheries
Paralympian Katarina Roxon inspires students at provincial leadership conference in Grand Bank
Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts aiming for another Herder title in 2017-2018
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Labrador residential school apology "the right thing to do," government says
Missing Clarenville man located
RCMP looking for missing Clarenville man last seen in Arnold’s Cove
Facts laid out in events leading up to Hannah Thorne's death
Fogo Island gearing up for Spring Festival
Planned power outage in Grand Falls-Windsor Tuesday
Government invests in infrastructure at Wabush Airport
Funding of $30.5 million was recently announced for the Wabush Airport. One of the projects will be a parking lot expansion. Yvonne Jones, MP for Labrador and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Indigenous and Northern ...
Members Compensation Review Committee in Clarenville
The meeting was sparsely attended, but economist David Vardy did give a written presentation, which he used to foster discussion. Sandra Burke, chairwoman of the Members’ Compensation Review Committee, held a series of public consultations in ...
Heavy rain causes washouts in George’s Brook-Milton and Clarenville
Perhaps one of the worst areas hit was the highway running through George’s Brook-Milton. At the top of the hill entering George’s Brook, debris has washed down the hill of a development into the road. Department of Highways workers are currently on ...
Search and rescue, safety a concern at FISHNL union meeting
Johanna Ryan-Guy.The meeting was organized by former MP Ryan Cleary and fishermen Jason Sullivan and Richard Gillett to gauge interest on having fish harvesters break away from the Fish, Food and Allied Workers (FFAW) union and form their own. The ...
Firefighter proposes Giving the Green Light project for province
Frank Gale/The Western Star Volunteer Firefighter Colby Chaisson would like to see a Giving the Green Light project started up in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.He has asked the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, on behalf of the ...
Updated: House reduced to ashes in weekend West Bay fire
A fire completely destroyed a home in West Bay on the weekend while the family was away camping.Cpl. John Butler of the Bay St. George RCMP said the fire at the home located on the Main Road in West Bay was reported at 12:06 a.m. and the Lourdes ...
Resettlement Festival starting Thursday in Arnold’s Cove
Come have a fish supper, walk in the mummer’s parade, bring your kids to fun day or visit the Drake House. Watch as a resettled house from 50 years ago is towed down to the beach and floated back home to the islands. And end off your week with the ...
Loved ones remembered on the Burin Peninsula
Eva Moulton’s butterfly was in no hurry to leave her hands on Saturday at The Dream Fund’s fourth annual Wings for an Angel butterfly release in Marystown.A total of 1,700 butterflies took flight from eight locations throughout the province. Mary Lou ...
Future of the Accordion aims to keep tradition alive
If you enjoyed that pun, you would probably enjoy the Roy Babstock Beaches Accordion Festival on the Eastport Peninsula. Last Thursday was the Future of the Accordion concert, bringing youth of varying skills and abilities to play at the Beaches ...
Dancing at Disney
Eleven-year-old Abby Menchenton lives in Paradise, but her parents, Helene and Jason, are from Grand Falls-Windsor, and they still have family in Grand Falls-Windsor, including Abby’s grandparents Albert and Leona Menchenton and Helene and Gerard ...