Free ebook to mark Alzheimer's Awareness Month
Staff reflects on Grenfell Co-Op
Embracing practical considerations
N.L. government earmarks $77.2 million for roadwork
President of Canadian ski patrol Newfoundland and Labrador Zone visits Smokey Mountain
Concerns in Wabush about two recent power outages
Russell Wangersky: Gambling on the lure of free money
Editorial: Welcome home
Coast guard employees recognized for exemplary service during ceremony in St. John’s
Fisheries minister’s decision to divvy up Arctic surf clam quota slammed by Clearwater, Town of Grand Bank
Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corp. launches Cannabis NL and issues formal request for proposals
Where there’s a will, there’s a way to peace of mind
Atlantic Canadians brace for rate hike impact
N.L. Liberals want to bump up injured workers’ compensation
NL recreational boaters launch new provincial association
The newly formed Newfoundland and Labrador Recreational Boaters Association (NLRBA) is seeking volunteer members for the steering committee to help form the new association. The NLRBA seeks to be the official voice for the recreation boating ...
Newfoundland and Labrador small business among least polite in Canada: study
Newfoundlanders and Labradorians like to count themselves among the friendliest people in Canada, but a new study shows that small businesses in this province are among the least polite. The politeness index study conducted by Freshbooks.com, a ...
Environmental assessment legislation lacks clarity: Noia
The Newfoundland and Labrador Oil & Gas Industries Association (Noia) has broken its silence on the federal government’s proposed environmental assessment legislation and it appears they, like many, have more questions than ...
St. Anthony Seafoods becomes seven-month operation for first time in its history
For the first time since the plant went into operation in 1999, St. Anthony Seafoods will not be running year-round. ...
Carbonear gives final approval to amendments accommodating hotel proposal
CARBONEAR, NL — After months of meetings and public hearings, a proposal to build a hotel at Crocker’s Cove Point in Carbonear has moved a step closer to becoming a reality. At Tuesday’s regular meeting, councillors unanimously ...
N.L. labour board should hear complaint, man says
A former rescue adviser at the Muskrat Falls construction site in Labrador will ask Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court Wednesday to order the Labour Relations Board to hear his wrongful dismissal complaint. The board had earlier ruled it did ...
Grenfell Co-Op hosts special sale for members
ST. ANTHONY, NL – The aisles were crowded for the first time in years as the Grenfell Memorial Co-Op opened its doors for two days to sell off its remaining stock. On Feb. 8 and 9, the store opened for a cash-only sale and all items were ...
Get ‘Financially Naked’ with your spouse
This may not be the best way to start a conversation on a first date. I’m bankrupt. How about – I’m a gambling addict? Sure, you’re being honest. But is this a good way to get a second date? Not likely. So, rather ...
N.L. man finds diet success in weight-loss support group
While gimmicks and promises of quick weight-loss fixes abound – almost all of them costing money – it can be difficult for anyone who wants to lose a few pounds to know where to turn. Dr. Sara Kirk, a professor at Dalhousie ...
The cost of skinny
Stricken with a rare blood disorder, then-24-year-old Samantha Davenport was put on medication to save her life. But it came with a terrible side effect that would prove to be almost as dangerous. Hunger. "It made me starving all the ...