Man, 91, charged with impaired driving after crash near Botwood
Jenna Conter: Jamaica made Olympic sledding cool
10-year-old Cataract scouted to travel to Halifax for the Atlantic Cup
Not a lot of snow? No problem.
Cozies for charity in Grand Falls-Windsor
Not the first change to national anthem
Armchair Olympians Day 13
Ex-N.L. Liquor Corp. boss issued $60,000 severance
Need for air ambulance in central Newfoundland to be focus of upcoming ...
Grand Falls-Windsor principal recognized as exceptional leader
Premier Dwight Ball promises ‘modernized’ workplace harassment policies
Doorways mental health program goes province-wide in N.L.
Inclusivity in Grand Falls-Windsor playgrounds
Need for air ambulance in central Newfoundland to be focus of upcoming meeting
Bonavista-Burin-Trinity MP disappointed with fisheries minister’s decision on Arctic surf clams
6th annual Telegram Spelling Bee features 76 of best young spellers across Newfoundland and Labrador
How do you spell success? That likely won’t be the winning word, but we will find out on Saturday evening after the group of competitors complete the 6th annual Telegram Spelling Bee slated for Holy Heart Theatre in St. John’s. A ...
Untold stories of SS Florizel disaster on 100th anniversary of N.L. sea tragedy
To those who spent the past months dedicated to organizing events to mark the 100th anniversary of the SS Florizel disaster, an unexpected and deep connection was made to that time and to the people who perished, survived and attempted ...
Coast guard employees recognized for exemplary service during ceremony in St. John’s
ST. JOHNS, NL – A ceremony was held at Government House in St. John’s today, Feb. 22, to present exemplary service medals and bars to 16 members of the Canadian Coast Guard’s Atlantic region. The awards were presented by the ...
Government to N.L. ex-pats: come back home
ST. JOHN’S, NL – The provincial government is setting its sights on bringing Newfoundland and Labrador’s sons and daughters who have moved to other provinces and countries back home. Advanced Education, Skills and Labour Minister ...
DFO seeking feedback on recreational scallop fishery in N.L.
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) is consulting on the recreational scallop fishery in Newfoundland and Labrador. The department is looking for input that will inform changes to management measures used in the fishery. Comments are ...
N.L. paramedics to receive mental health training
ST. JOHN’S, NL – A mental health education course will be offered to paramedics and emergency medical responders (EMRs) in the province in the coming weeks. The provincial government announced today, Feb. 22, the Paramedic Association ...
Kaetlyn Osmond's long program will lead to another late night in Newfoundland
Kaetlyn Osmond’s successful performance in the ladies’ short skate at the 2018 Winter Olympics means thousands of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are in for another late night. The 22-year-old Marystown native is in third place after ...
Most fuel prices up, propane down 2 cents per litre
The Public Utilities Board has issued the following changes to maximum fuel prices for this week: • Gasoline has increased by up to 0.3 cents per litre (cpl); • Diesel motor is up by 1.1 cpl; • Furnace oil heating fuel ...
Newfoundland and Labrador tourism spending reached $1.13B in 2016
The province’s tourism industry is well on track to fulfil the government’s plan to increase visitor spending to $1.6 billion annually by 2020. During a luncheon address to delegates at the Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador 2018 ...
Campaign to address long-term care concerns in Central Newfoundland gaining momentum
GANDER, NL – A social media campaign focusing on services provided to seniors in long-term care (LTC) facilities is gaining momentum. Sharon Goulding-Collins of Hare Bay started the Facebook group “Advocates for Senior Citizens Rights ...