Spring thaw exposes continuing littering problems at Baie Verte junction
Springdale to raise rainbow flag with Indian River High GSA during Pride ...
Davies Brook Bridge safety issues addressed at Springdale council meeting
Sheilah Mackinnon Drover celebrates Newfoundland’s maritime past in new book
New volunteers invigorate Baie Verte recreation
All fuel prices up across Newfoundland with exception of propane
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Shearstown family fundraising for wheelchair accessible van
Port aux Basques doesn't escape the snowfall after all
Coun. Tobin and Mayor Rose says Queen Street Ext. rat issue in Stephenville being worked on
Western Health's new CEO says there are solutions to be had for the challenges it faces
Dillon Bourgeois has sentencing hearing for 2015 robbery of Corner Brook gas station delayed
Const. Paula Strowbridge of Springdale named 2018 Police Officer of the Year
Start of hurricane season in the North Atlantic approaching
Legislative change proposed to beef up Muskrat Falls inquiry security
Crown calls no evidence in assault case against Corner Brook man
The second of three men charged in connection with the alleged assault of a man in Lark Harbour in November 2017 has had the charge against him dismissed. Richard Todd MacRae, 47, of Corner Brook had been scheduled to go on trial for assault ...
Stephenville council tendering garbage collection, leasing backhoe
The Town of Stephenville and other municipalities in the area could possibly be getting out of the garbage collection business. That’s if a private entity comes in with a good enough tender. Coun. Mark Felix, chair of the town’s ...
Newfoundland and Labrador students with disabilities need guarantee: NDP
NDP MHA Lorraine Michael wants Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Al Hawkins to commit to having something in writing, in school board policy, to protect children with disabilities from being kept out of school in a misuse of new ...
Cannabis legislation will get time it needs: N.L. Liberals
Cabinet ministers stood in the House of Assembly Wednesday afternoon, one after another giving notice of motion, announcing their plans to introduce and debate four separate pieces of legislation — three being amendments and one a new act ...
Carbon tax not yet set in Newfoundland and Labrador
Progressive Conservative critic Barry Petten was on his feet in the House of Assembly Wednesday talking about a provincial carbon tax. He said the topic will soon catch on with the public, especially as more details are made ...
Water line break in area of fire hydrant outside Grenfell Campus
A water line break in the area of a fire hydrant outside Grenfell Campus sent water, sand and rocks flowing over the top of University Drive in Corner Brook on Wednesday afternoon. The water also flowed over the grounds of the university and down ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers present Police and Peace Officers of the Year Awards
CONCEPTION BAY SOUTH, NL – The 2018 Police and Peace Officers of the Year Awards were presented by Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers during a ceremony at the Manuels River Hibernia Interpretation Centre on Friday, May 18. The awards ...
Wow, Springdale will have a Pride Week
The Town of Springdale and Indian River High’s Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) are holding a Pride Week June 4-8. The announcement comes after a flurry of media attention this spring on the town, which twice denied a request from the ...
Anti-bullying advocate, businessman named recipients of Red Cross humanitarian awards for Newfoundland and Labrador
The Canadian Red Cross has announced business leader John Steele of St. John’s will be the 2018 recipient of its Humanitarian Award for Newfoundland and Labrador. Anti-bullying advocate Lynelle Cantwell, also of St. John’s, will ...
Addictions slowly contributing to upswing in Gander crime rates
GANDER, N.L. — First quarter calls for service were up nine per cent for the Gander RCMP Detachment. From January to the end of March 2018, the RCMP received 620 calls for service, up from 567 during the previous year’s first ...