Unpaid caregivers of seniors with dementia face higher rates of distress: report
Newfoundland and Labrador anglers urged to use lifejackets
The push is on to grow local in N.L.
Thunder Valley Speedway to host youth racers this season
Gander Collegiate honoured with 2018 Provincial Inclusion Award
Gambo Relay for Life raises $16,000
Continuing success for Gander-born hockey player
Preparing for the big games: Gander athletes looking forward to upcoming Special ...
Gambo's Smallwood Academy continues annual Shave for the Brave fundraiser
St. John’s woman pumped up and slimmed down for her first Tely 10
SPECIAL REPORT: Newfoundland and Labrador inmates speak out about life inside
New Corner Brook bakery owner has had her hands in flour since she was a child
Decision to close rivers to retention angling cause for concern for local retailers
Corner Brook restaurant owner getting set to become a Canadian citizen
Dog owner charged for leaving pet in hot vehicle in St. Anthony
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. – A dog owner received a surprise when they returned to their vehicle in St. Anthony on Wednesday, July 18. The RCMP was waiting and charged the individual under the Animal Health and Protection Act for confining an animal ...
Grand Falls-Windsor business heavily damaged in fire
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. – A fire at Norseman Window and Siding in Grand Falls-Windsor Thursday evening, July 18, resulted in major smoke and water damage to the building, according to the RCMP. In a release, the RCMP indicated they were ...
Sister of missing North West River boater hopes others learn from her brother’s recklessness
NORTH WEST RIVER, N.L. — Locals are carrying on the search for the remains of a boater who went missing near North West River. Luke Cooper, 43, has not been seen since early Sunday morning (July 15) when the canoe he was paddling capsized. A ...
Corner Brook home extensively damaged by fire
Investigators with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary were on the scene of a house fire on Hendon Drive in Corner Brook on Friday morning. The fire was reported at approximately 7:10 p.m. on Thursday. The Corner Brook Fire Department and the RNC ...
Tony Pottle of Tug O'War Fishing Adventures having second thoughts on catch and release
After salmon angling his whole adult life and even back during his teen years, Tony Pottle is somewhat conflicted about the practice of catch and release fishing. As a licensed guide who owns Tug O’War Guiding Fishing Adventures, he said ...
SPAWN and CORA say returns are not down on all rivers
While one group can agree with the approach the Department of Fisheries and Oceans has taken in closing the recreational salmon fishery to retention angling on the island portion of the province, another is gearing up to fight. John McCarthy is ...
Backyard composting strategy making a big dent in garbage being sent to the landfill
Mayor Peter Fenwick said a backyard composting strategy in his town is making a big dent in garbage being sent to the landfill. It was in early June the town of Cape St. George took delivery of 200 backyard composting bins as part of its waste ...
Building a new prison will not solve Newfoundland and Labrador's justice system problems: Sen. Kim Pate
As Sen. Kim Pate exited Her Majesty’s Penitentiary on Thursday afternoon, a young man caught her eye. The man had been released from the prison at 9:30 a.m. He carried a small bag with a few personal belongings and a taxi chit he’d ...
Space is tight in Newfoundland and Labrador’s correctional system
More space is needed in the province’s adult correctional institutions, not just Her Majesty’s Penitentiary (HMP) in St. John’s. On March 28, there was a meeting at the House of Assembly, with provincial politicians and Justice ...
Vehicles impounded under new Newfoundland and Labrador speed law
Changes made to the province’s Highway Traffic Act in late 2017, including new penalties for driving at excessive speeds, came into effect on June 7. On Thursday, RCMP in Happy Valley-Goose Bay reported a 35-year-old woman caught driving 115 ...