Regional drama Festival in Springdale postponed due to impending bad weather
Table tennis and badminton players from Dorset Collegiate shine at Winter Games
Springdale girl riding Winter Games’ wave of fame as Premier’s Cup recipient
Drummer and guitarist Aiden Parsons of Baie Verte finds music cathartic
Roller coaster expansion year in senior hockey for Springdale Braves
Springdale girls learned to curl to seize winter games opportunity
Springdale math teacher retires after 30-plus years
Hearing impaired forward from Baie Verte playing hockey for central at Winter ...
Springdale fire chief re-appointed for four more years
Gander man sentenced to 3 1/2 years for child sex crime
Dolphins remain trapped by ice in Heart’s Delight
Crown appeals verdict in Anne Norris case
Seeking a viable fishery in Twillingate
Bishop’s Falls reeling after library closed unexpectedly last week
Nain boy being treated for tuberculosis dies in hospital
A 14-year-old boy from Nain died late Sunday night after being treated for tuberculosis (TB). Richard Pamak, ordinary member for Nain in the Nunatsiavut assembly, said an autopsy will be performed to confirm if the child’s death was ...
Midday accident in Marystown prompts emergency response
MARYSTOWN, NL - Emergency crews responded to a multi-vehicle ...
‘We are on this,’ says MP Gudie Hutchings on U.S. tariffs
Gudie Hutchings is the MP for Long Range Mountains — the federal riding which includes the Corner Brook pulp and paper mill — and said the response to new tariffs slapped onto the mill’s products by the U.S. Department of Commerce ...
Man sentenced to 44 months for Clarenville stabbing
Michael Norman, 44, was sentenced to 44 months’ incarceration for the violent stabbing of another man in Clarenville on April 30, 2016. ...
Home destroyed by fire this morning in Port Saunders
PORT SAUNDERS, NL – There were no injuries as a result of a house fire in Port Saunders this morning, March 15, but the structure was a “total loss,” according to a release from the RCMP. Police said they responded to the call ...
Judge says Rocky Harbour man will live with the consequences of his actions for the rest of his life
CORNER BROOK The events of Aug. 13, 2016 had major life altering consequences for many people, that Justice Brian Furey said there is no going back from. Furey made the comments in the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador in Corner Brook ...
Emotional, financial harm to be part of N.L. family violence act
The Liberal government is proposing a legislative change in support of victims of family violence in Newfoundland and Labrador. Bill 1, to amend the Family Violence Protection Act, is adding emotional, psychological and financial harm to the ...
Western Newfoundland man who once warned public of income tax scam sentenced on scam of his own
In April 2016, Raymond Mahoney of Stephenville took to the media to warn the public of an income tax-related scam. He contacted the Western Star and provided the newspaper with an audio recording of a phone scammer alleging to be a representative ...
Witless Bay town council retaining lawyer to review Facebook comments
The town council of Witless Bay passed a motion recently to retain a criminal lawyer to advise them on how to deal with criticisms and accusations levelled at individual councillors — or the council as a whole — on social media, and ...
Coffee table used as weapon in St. John's assault
Grant Tapper, who was acquitted four months ago of a number of violent crimes against a woman, is back in custody after allegedly assaulting the same woman with a coffee table. Tapper, 32, is also accused of threatening to kill the woman’s ...