Heat alert surprises many in Labrador West
Big improvements underway for Smokey Mountain in Labrador West
Labrador West mourns four lost in tragic collision
Fireweed, a regular presence in the Big Land
Labrador West Regatta number 46
Labrador pet owners urged to vaccinate after fox tests positive for rabies
Labrador Tea: so many uses
Duley Lake, a different world 15 minutes from town
Lab West summer tradition continues
Electricity application approved for Wabush blockchain data centre
Eastlink to discontinue analog TV in several Northern Peninsula communities
Venture for Canada fellowship program provides graduates with experience and companies with the skills they need
Forteau store takes initiative to go green
N.L. government rejects appeal of environmental impact statement for industrial composting facility
A dozen N.L. Ultramar stations being converted to Irving and Circle K as part of joint venture
Logan Humby earns Excellence in Arts and Tourism Award from Youth Ventures
ST. LUNAIRE-GRIQUET, N.L. – Ten-year-old Logan Humby of St. Lunaire-Griquet was in Conception Bay South on Thursday to accept a prestigious award for his small business. Logan clinched Youth Ventures NL’s Excellence in Arts and Tourism ...
Bay Roberts Foodland ceases accepting cheques
BAY ROBERTS, N.L. — Bay Roberts Foodland will no longer be accepting cheques because of multiple instances of fraud involving customers. Local manager James Dunlap, the franchisee for the Bay Roberts location for the last three years, would ...
Home suite home Part II: The divide between traditional and Airbnb operators
CENTRAL, N.L. — Although big centres such as Toronto and Vancouver have been grappling with issues related to Airbnb and the sharing economy in the tourism space for a long time, it is relatively new for Newfoundland and Labrador in general, ...
Young Newfoundland and Labrador entrepreneurs honoured as CBDC Youth Ventures presents annual awards
Kimberley Dunphy came away from the 21st annual Youth Venture Ceremony with the venture of the year award for her shop KMD Designs. The Carbonear-based shop and online store offers a selection of handcrafted and personalized gifts such as wine ...
Newfoundland and Labrador job vacancy rate declines slightly
The national job vacancy rate rose to 3.1 per cent in the second quarter of the year, but in Newfoundland and Labrador, where the labour market is weaker than the national average, the rate dropped ever so slightly and sits at 1.5 per cent, ...
Labrador West residents wondering about Rio Tinto’s plans for IOC
A news release from Reuters out of London, England says that Rio Tinto is considering a public listing of the Iron Ore Company (IOC) of Canada mine in Labrador City. The Aurora contacted IOC’s St. John’s office and was referred to Rio ...
Plan in works to turn Marystown Shipyard into aquaculture service hub
MARYSTOWN, N.L. – Another effort is in the works to get people back working at the Marystown Shipyard site. If things work out, however, the plan is to use the facility to service the aquaculture industry, not to build or repair ...
Happy Valley-Goose Bay youth ventures out with ice cream cart business
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. — When Ashlee Adams of Happy Valley-Goose Bay told her parents she’d like to buy an ice cream bike and freezer/cart, the family had a discussion about the 11-year-old’s plans. When her parents, Tracey ...
Dairy Queen franchise planned for Deer Lake expected to create 40 jobs
Fast-food royalty is coming soon to Deer Lake. The final details of opening a Dairy Queen outlet in the airport town are still being worked out, but the store’s franchise developer in Montreal has confirmed the development is expected to ...
First fluorspar from St. Lawrence mine to ship this week: Haley
ST. LAWRENCE, N.L. – The first fluorspar concentrate from Canada Flourspar Inc.’s (CFI) mine in St. Lawrence is just about ready to ship, according to Burin-Grand Bank MHA Carol Anne Haley. “I am confident the freighter we see ...