Three Corner Brook schools to implement later start times in the fall
Fortune Special Olympian Tony Moores heading to national summer games
Catalina Guides recognize 100 years with a look back at uniforms over ...
Herder celebration time for Caribou hockey fans and players
Gander hosts most successful Ride for Dad fundraiser yet
Recently retired from fishing, Salvage man says harvesters should make conservation a ...
Debbie Bouzane of Gander awarded Hockey NL President’s Award
Team NL’s mission staff announced for 2019 Canada Winter Games
The common sense of playing with matches
Lock your vehicles, Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP warn
UPDATE: Whale freed, still swimming in shallow waters of Harbour Grace
Judge finds town acted negligently in removal of derelict building in Embree
Former MHA George Murphy not ruling out run for Newfoundland Liberals
Man with gun robs senior home alone in Fox Roost
FOX ROOST, N.L. – A senior-aged woman suffered minor injuries after a man armed with a gun entered her home in Fox Roost on June 13 and demanded money. According to a RCMP release, the incident occurred at around 7:30 a.m. The man, who ...
Marystown priest disheartened by vandalism of Virgin Mary statue
MARYSTOWN, N.L. — Father James Fleming, the Associate Priest at Sacred Heart Parish-Marystown and St. Patrick Parish-Burin, is saddened by recent vandalism to a statue of Mary Queen of the World. “It saddens my heart to see that ...
Nain man charged with allegedly intimidating witnesses as RCMP cracks down on ‘bootlegging’
NAIN, N.L. – Jeffery Solomon Millie of Nain was arrested and charged for allegedly intimidating court witnesses in an ongoing investigation into the illegal sale of alcohol in the community June 12. According to a RCMP release, the ...
Halibut by-catch putting extra dollars into Fortune Bay lobster fishers’ pockets
GRAND BANK, N.L. — There’s no doubt that lobster fishers in Fortune Bay are once again enjoying a good season. Catch rates have been good and this year more fishers have also been pursuing cod and taking advantage of the 200 pound ...
Southern Labrador town to ban single-use plastic bags
MARY’S HARBOUR, N.L. – One southern Labrador municipality is about to take a big step in making their town more ecofriendly. Mary’s Harbour town council is in the process of drafting a by-law to ban single-use plastic shopping ...
Embree culvert expanded in anticipation of more big storms
EMBREE, N.L. – Many Newfoundlanders may remember the effects of Hurricane Matthew, which struck the province in October 2016, but some are doing more than remembering, they’re preparing for the next one. “The problem was we had a ...
Happy Valley-Goose Bay man loses pet rooster to roaming dog
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N. L. — It has been said that, no matter how talented, rich or intelligent you are, how you treat animals tells others all they need to know about you. One only need look at Mitch Maidment’s Facebook page to see ...
Three escape house fire in Natuashish
Natuashish, N.L. — Three people made it safely out of a house fire in Natuashish early this morning. The RCMP is looking into the blaze on Piwas Street. The Natuashish Fire Brigade responded to the scene 5 a.m., but the fire, which ...
RCMP asking help on case of missing St. Vincent’s man
Ferryland, N.L. — The RCMP is hoping to speak with the person who gave missing St. Vincent’s man Raymond Halleran a ride earlier this year on Jan. 12. Halleran, 49, has been missing since that day, and was last seen in St. ...
Local polyamorous group applauds Newfoundland and Labrador court decision on three-parent family
A local support group for people who identify as polyamorous is applauding a recent Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court decision declaring two men the fathers of a one-year-old boy. “Amazing!!! So thrilled to see our province as a ...