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
Parents in Baie Verte upset over pending implementation of 1.6-kilometre busing policy
Springdale school's GSA named Grand Marshals of 2018 Pride Parade in St. ...
Burlington man contends his comments against LGBTQ presentation were not homophobic
Middle Arm school parents keep children from attending LGBTQ presentation
Dorset Collegiate are back-to-back provincial badminton champions
Springdale receives Active Communities Award from Recreation Newfoundland and Labrador
Gander pleased with outcome of the Central Health external review
Wabush Mines pensioners finally have some hope
Bus service between Marine Atlantic terminal and Scott’s Cove to continue this summer
Quebec man faces liquor and tobacco charges in N.L.
17-year-old Grand Falls-Windsor teen charged with assault
Human remains found near Bay D’Espoir Highway
Trial postponed for man accused of making threat against Clarenville school
The trial for a Clarenville man charged with making a threat against Riverside Elementary, originally scheduled for May 18, has been postponed until May 29 to accommodate scheduling conflicts. Gordon Wheaton,45, remains in police ...
Suspect in Labrador criminal negligence causing death case released on conditions
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. — A 26-year-old Natuashish woman charged with criminal negligence causing death and failing to provide the necessaries of life has been released on conditions. Mounties arrested Kitora Tshakapesh in Happy ...
Grand Falls-Windsor man with suspended licence charged with allegedly driving impaired
BAIE VERTE, NL – A man from Grand Falls-Windsor is facing a number of charges after he was stopped by the RCMP at the intersection of Baie Verte Highway and the Trans-Canada Highway this morning, May 18. The man, 43, has been charged with ...
Grand-Falls-Windsor man stopped by police for tinted windows owed over $5,000 in fines
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL –A Grand Falls-Windsor man had his vehicle seized and impounded on Thursday, May 17, after police discovered he had a suspended driver’s licence and owed over $5,000 in outstanding fines. The man, 23, was ...
Break and enter at Alteen’s Jewellers in Grand Falls-Windsor
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – Police are on the hunt for a suspect who broke into Alteen’s Jewellers in Grand Falls-Windsor this morning, May 18, and made off with jewellery and watches. According to a news release from the RCMP, the ...
Vandals attack Lewisporte fire department training facility
LEWISPORTE, N.L – Police are investigating a blaze that Lewisporte Fire Rescue claims was set deliberately. “The vehicles were in a training site, where the gate on the road was locked,” said Lewisporte fire Chief Rob Fudge. ...
Veteran raises concern after being denied services at Burgeo health care centre
Greg Janes said he was “dumbfounded, flabbergasted and disappointed” when he was denied medical attention at the Calder Health Care Center in Burgeo Friday, May 12. He says the doctor refused him service because Janes’ service ...
Runaway barge supplied Arctic before drifting from Labrador to Ireland
A barge lost last fall off the east coast of Labrador and found off the coast of Ireland this week was used to transport food and other supplies to the Arctic by a Quebec shipping firm. The Malik 1 was on the deck of a ship owned by Groupe ...
Community rallied to help find Mary Margaret, a St. John’s boy’s special dog, after she was lost for 10 days
ST. JOHN's, N.L. - It was a tough 10 days. When anyone from the family dynamic is missing, it’s stressful for all involved. When the protagonist of the story is an 11-year-old boy with Asperger’s syndrome, for whom his missing ...
‘Rivalry’ between Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor hampers health care in central Newfoundland: report
An external review into Central Health has found that the major hospitals in Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor need to find a way to get along for better health care in Central Newfoundland. Dr. Peter Vaughn, a former health executive from Nova ...