Editorial: Trying to manage a Labrador tragedy
Happy Valley-Goose Bay boys bring home gold from All Star Soccer Tournament ...
Roadwork inconvenient, but doesn’t dampen Come Home Year in Englee
Wayward beaver in Port aux Basques causes concern for animal and any ...
Editorial: Staking out Tory turf
Capital Auto Group to build largest Canadian Hyundai dealership in St. John’s
Russell Wangersky: The place that makes problems disappear
Veteran paratrooper, SkyHawks team member share stories, handshakes in Paradise
Labour board to decide number of full-time inshore fish harvesters
Western Kings interested in taking a look at former IcePak players
Registration numbers continue to rise for Foam Fest at Marble Mountain in September
New major midget season will not include Central IcePak
Humber Valley basketball stars wrap up another hectic session on the hardwood
Corner Brook’s Isaac Buckingham pretty handy with a tennis racket
Warm weather not causing any grief for golf course operators on west coast
A drop of rain was welcomed by golf course operators on the west coast this week, but luckily the scorching heat over the past month or so didn’t do any damage to the greens and fairways. “A little bit of rain is good, actually. ...
Springdale Softball League hoping to bring about regulation field for regional use
Springdale has outgrown its softball field. Don Baker, a representative of the Springdale Softball League, has been playing on the field for 40 years and says it doesn’t meet regulation size – 225 feet at centerfield. Softball Canada ...
New program launching for N.L.’s elite basketball players and coaches
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – The Newfoundland and Labrador Basketball Association (NLBA) is introducing a new development plan for elite basketball athletes and coaches. The NLBA Academy Program will be comprised of two pathways – the ...
Stephenville’s Samantha Hann could find her way back to the crease in new St. John’s female hockey league
Samantha Hann stopped a lot of pucks during her female minor hockey days growing up in Stephenville before she moved to St. John’s to focus her energy on her education. RELATED: 'Hockey NL working to establish a junior female league ...
Royal St. John’s Regatta committee president wants to grow sport across the province
People rowing in every nook and cranny in the province would create the perfect picture for St. John’s native Chris Neary. RELATED: 'SLIDESHOW: Barry Group, NTV winners at Corner Brook Regatta' Neary, who took over as president ...
Jeremy Bishop plays key role in helping Team NL win gold on national ball hockey stage
Jeremy Bishop went to Winnipeg in search of his first national ball hockey gold medal. He has collected nine silver medals in his amateur ball hockey career on the national stage and wondered if he would ever know what it was like to have a gold ...
SLIDESHOW: Barry Group, NTV winners at Corner Brook Regatta
The Corner Brook Regatta was held on Saturday in the west coast city. Plenty of people made their way to Brake's Cove where the races were taking place. Viewers were treated to some good competition and relatively calm waters. In the end, ...
Carbonear race car driver talks about experiencing first checkered flag
CARBONEAR, N.L. — After an eventful season, Andrew Morgan came out on top of the standings recently at Eastbound Raceway. Morgan, a Carbonear native, has been putting his skills as a driver to the test at Eastbound Speedway for approximately ...
Labrador Canoe Regatta popularity waning
Gosling Park was the venue for the 35th annual Labrador Canoes Regatta Aug. 4-5. It was held in almost perfect weather conditions, with the sun shining and little breeze to worry about, the water was almost like a sheet of glass, perfect for paddling ...
Corner Brook’s Cassadie Stratton getting a kick out of filling the net
Petite in stature at five-foot-two and 105 pounds, Cassadie Stratton doesn’t look like a menacing presence by any means. That’s not the case though when it comes to kicking around a soccer ball. The 19-year-old Corner Brook native ...