FISH-NL and FFAW raise concerns after DFO gives science update for northern ...
Caribous beat Cats in overtime to take 2-0 series lead
Caribous win hotly contested Game 1 of CWSHL semi-final series against Cataracts
RCMP warns Wi-Fi users to be aware of 'honeypots'
Federal government increases infrastructure project funding for Canada’s small communities
Tim Arsenault: Bruce Rainnie’s happy, gruelling Olympic curling marathon
Statistics Canada surveying Canadians on cannabis use in 2018
Jenna Conter: Always up for some Olympic air
Environmental assessment committee established for Rambler’s proposed tailings expansion on Baie Verte ...
Water monitoring increased in Churchill River watershed
Clarenville man charged with internet luring, child porn
Rocky Harbour man convicted of charges related to fatal accident facing up to 3 years in jail
Cabin owners in greater Avalon frustrated with ‘unnecessary’ garbage collection tax
RCMP rolls back 24-hour policing in Marystown and Clarenville
Central Newfoundland doula seeks national certification
Grants aimed at preventing violence against Indigenous women and children awarded
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Fourteen projects will receive funding totalling $205,000 through the provincial’s government’s Indigenous violence prevention grants program this year. The program supports the efforts of Indigenous ...
Marystown shows its support for Kaetlyn Osmond
MARYSTOWN, NL – Fans of Marystown’s Kaetlyn Osmond hosted events this past weekend to cheer on the 22-year-old figure skater. ...
Medication theft from ambulance bay in St. Lunaire-Griquet worries community
ST. LUNAIRE-GRIQUET, NL – Police are investigating the theft of medication from the ambulance bay in St. Lunaire-Griquet’s fire hall. The robbery occurred sometime between noon on Tuesday, Feb. 6 and the following morning. Drugs stolen ...
Five parked vehicles damaged in alleged hit and run in Port aux Basques
PORT AUX BASQUES, NL – An unidentified driver ran his vehicle into a row of seven parked cars outside an apartment building in East End Channel late Saturday evening, Feb. 10. Five vehicles were struck, with three sustaining severe damage ...
Burin man says he is ‘sick of being sick’
BURIN, NL – Justin Hickman of Burin says when he thinks about everything his drug addiction has cost him, he can’t help but cry. ...
Developing Landslide at North Spur, Land Protectors demand action
Residents who live downstream from the North Spur fear the worst after a landslide there near the Muskrat Falls dam. "We're basically living in fear," said Mud Lake resident Craig Chaulk. "We have been uneasy ever ...
Grand Bank cat rescue going strong
GRAND BANK, NL – After her family took in a stray cat several years ago, Michelle Keeping of Grand Bank wanted to do more to help stray cats and kitte ...
No snow means no go at Clarenville's White Hills
For outdoor enthusiasts and those in the snow business, mild temperatures and heavy rain mean trouble – and no skiing at White Hills Resort. ...
Snowmobiler dies after hitting truck on southern Labrador highway
CAPSTAN ISLAND, NL – An 82-year-old Black Tickle man has died from injuries he sustained after the snowmobile he was driving struck a pickup truck on Route 510 near Capstan Island on Wednesday, Feb. 7. According to the Forteau RCMP, the ...
Concern over snowmobiling in Centennial Park area of Baie Verte
BAIE VERTE, NL — The Town of Baie Verte is going the extra mile to keep snowmobilers and all-terrain vehicle operators off the Centennial Park area, but so far efforts have been unsuccessful. Orange snow fencing has been erected for the ...