West Street development deferred as council seeks more information
Bay St. George Powwow provides alcohol-free fun for thousands: Elder Calvin White
St. John's club wins women's softball provincials
Corner Brook seniors say education and sharing knowledge will help people make ...
Carbonear Collegiate student celebrates graduation, Canadian citizenship on same day
HMP — ‘This house of Hell’
Corner Brook Barons claim provincial B baseball championship over Gander Pilots
Spaniard’s Bay volunteer earns 2018 Seniors of Distinction Award, Governor General’s medal
Telegram Special Report explores past, present and future of HMP
Brigus couple transforming former school into mercantile property
Noel’s Turkey Farm land sold, to become marijuana production facility
Licensed cannabis grower setting up facility in Freshwater, Conception Bay
Gander’s EVAS partners with Jazz Aviation on pathway program for pilots
Newfoundland and Labrador government responds to reports of Come By Chance sale
Icebergs few and far between this season in Twillingate
TWILLINGATE, N.L. — While Twillingate is billed as the Iceberg Capital of the World, the number of icebergs vary from year to year. There were fewer icebergs than usual this year which is having an impact on the number of tour bookings, but ...
Lewisporte music teacher pours her ‘heart and soul’ into teaching young musicians
LEWISPORTE, N.L. — Piano and violin teacher Megan Janes began advertising for local students before she and her new husband Dennis moved into their home in Lewisporte this past March. She has been teaching in her home studio (formerly the ...
After playing major role in changing Newfoundland beer culture, province’s craft beer club calls it quits
The Newfoundland and Labrador Artisanal and Craft Beer Club (NLACBC) is no more, but club organizers aren’t walking away with a bitter taste in their mouths, but instead with the sweet taste of success. “We’re extremely proud of ...
Jumpstarting your dream project
Minutes before it’s set to close, Joey Batts and Rudy’s Kickstarter campaign to scrape together the money to shoot a short documentary about Nova Scotia is sitting pretty. The two teachers from Connecticut were hoping to raise ...
Tacora updates Labrador West Chamber of Commerce
WABUSH, N.L. — The keen interest in seeing Wabush mines up and operating was evident at the most recent meeting of the Labrador West Chamber of Commerce. Close to 70 members and guests attended a meeting that featured a presentation from two ...
Mount Pearl storeowner wants to empower women through lingerie
“It’s really important to me to be encouraging to women, and feel good about ourselves,” said Winona Collier as she stood near the entrance of her new lingerie store, Bellie Beth. Next to her is a display of undergarments for ...
Tailings expansion for Rambler’s Ming mine released from environmental assessment
HEAD: Tailings expansion for Rambler’s Ming mine released from environmental assessment BAIE VERTE PENINSULA, NL – The provincial government has released Rambler Metals and Mining Canada Ltd.’s proposed expansion of its tailings ...
SaltWire to merge four weekly papers in Central N.L.
Atlantic Canada’s biggest newspaper publisher is merging four of its weekly Newfoundland papers into a single publication. The Saltwire Network announced Thursday that, as of Aug. 1, The Central Voice replaces The Pilot, The Advertiser, The ...
Net-zero: SW Energy completes first renewable energy grid tie for commercial building
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — While power metres on the outsides of buildings in Newfoundland and Labrador are steadily spinning as electricity is used, for one Clarenville business, their metre is actually spinning in the opposite direction. Solar ...
Environmental assessment process underway for Burin-based cannabis production facility
BURIN, N.L. – Oceanic Releaf Inc.’s proposed cannabis production facility in Burin has been registered for an environmental assessment with the provincial government. The company is planning to develop and operate the facility in the ...