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 12
DFO issues new license for Arctic surf clams to Five Nations Clam ...
Campaign to address long-term care concerns in Central Newfoundland gaining momentum
Late skate: Kaetlyn Osmond’s short program will make for a long night here
Canadian Olympian named special guest of Sparkling Blades’ ice show
Newfoundland and Labrador figure skating championship in Mount Pearl this weekend
Memorial University volleyball coach temporarily removed from duties
A glimpse into the figure skating future
Sparkling Blades, Seaport Skaters win big at Western Divisionals
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – Local figure skaters proved just how strong the competition in central is by sweeping the awards at Western Divisionals, held in Port Aux Basques earlier this month. The Sparkling Blades of ...
‘Dog sledding is definitely in my blood’
SOUTHERN LABRADOR, NL – As the first signs of winter appeared in Port Hope Simpson, Bill Russell gathered his dogs and blew the dust off his sled. Racing the dogs through old access roads, Bill spends much of his time preparing for the ...
Marble Mountain officials expect to have hill open Friday
Outside crews at Marble Mountain have been working around the clock to prepare the mountain for safe riding conditions at the Steady Brook ski resort. Marble Mountain general manager Melissa Dwyer is hopeful the hill will be open Friday at 9 a.m. ...
Another medal for Labrador City’s Alf Parsons at Masters World Cup
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Cross-country skier Alf Parsons of Labrador City claimed another medal for Canada at the Masters World Cup cross-country skiing races in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Wednesday, Jan. 24. Wednesday’s race was a 4 x ...
Port Saunders cousins Boyd Lavers and Tyson Ryan preparing for Cain’s Quest
PORT SAUNDERS, NL – As the March 2 date for Cain’s Quest fast approaches, Boyd Lavers and Tyson Ryan are hard at work preparing for one of the world’s most grueling snowmobile races. It will be the first time taking part in ...
Black Sheep win Michelob Open in debut appearance
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – The Black Sheep outlasted 26 other teams to capture the fourth annual Michelob Ultra Open Volleyball Tournament over the weekend in Grand Falls-Windsor. The St. John’s based ...
Marble Mountain will open Thursday with lower slopes ready to go
It’s been a hectic few days for Marble Mountain’s outside crew, but Tony Abbott is a happy camper knowing there is a reward for their hard work. Marble Mountain is expected to open Thursday at 10 a.m. with the Newfie Bullet and magic ...
Kaetlyn Osmond begins defence of her national title today in Vancouver
Kaetlyn Osmond begins defence of her Canadian women’s figure skating championship today in Vancouver. The 22-year-old Marystown native and the rest of the competitors in the senior women’s divisional skate their short programs this ...
N.L. athletes inducted into Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association Hall of Fame
Two athletes from Newfoundland and Labrador recently became members of the Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association’s (CWSA) Hall of Fame. Mel Fitzgerald and Joanne MacDonald were inducted during a ceremony in Ottawa on Dec. 17. MacDonald, ...
Clarenville’s White Hills cooking up a new season of skiing and events
White Hills Ski Resort is ready to go for another season this weekend, Jan. 6 and 7. ...