Garbage problem needs to be addressed in Labrador West
Labrador City woman going for international pageant title
NunatuKavut head Todd Russell says opening up law school seats for indigenous ...
THOM BARKER: Brother, can you spare a time (zone)?
Nunatsiavut migratory bird hunt good despite late spring
Gary Shaw: The spring bear hunt arrives in Labrador
Letter: Salmon counting fences not accurate in Labrador
Happy Valley-Goose Bay Girl Guides lend hand to women’s centre
Choices for Youth helping with food insecurity in N.L.
Lab City highlighting homeowners
Milkalicious entry earns Pilley’s Island student a sweet reward
New Brunswick model maker donates replica of Joseph and Clara Smallwood to Southwest Coast Historical Society
Anthony Paddon and CNA unveil outdoor classroom
School project leads to community garden in King’s Point
KING’S POINT, N.L. — Learning at Valmont Academy has extended beyond the classroom, so much so that residents of King’s Point now have a community garden. In recent years, Grade 2-3 teacher Roxanne Blanchard has been teaching ...
Catalina Guides recognize 100 years with a look back at uniforms over the years
TRINITY BAY NORTH, N.L. — The Guides of the Catalina unit recognized the 100th anniversary of Guiding Newfoundland and Labrador in a unique way. The group took a photo showcasing the many different uniforms worn by Sparks, Brownies, Guides ...
Road race helps Carbonear remember Randy Ralph
CARBONEAR, N.L. — Plenty of runners – and dogs – took part in a five-kilometre run in Carbonear this past weekend. Saturday morning, June 16, marked the third annual Randy’s Run, which saw plenty of athletes and supporters ...
Bike Rodeo a blast for kids in St. Anthony
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. – Children in St. Anthony and area learned about bicycle safety once again this year. The annual bike rodeo was held at the Polar Centre on Thursday, June 14. The St. Anthony RCMP guided participants through the obstacle ...
Happy Valley-Goose Bay woman raising funds related to son attending camp in Chicago
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. — Just over two months ago Tabea Aggek learned of a camp in Chicago created specifically for children suffering from eczema and their siblings. The camp includes activities to remind children they aren’t alone ...
War memorabilia in Placentia receives much-needed touch up
PLACENTIA, N.L. — Placentia recently breathed some new life into an old war memorial. The Placentia courthouse dates back to approximately 1902, making it well over a century old. However, just outside this building is a piece of First World ...
Grand Falls-Windsor veterinarian hopes to improve animals’ chances of finding homes
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. – Amanda Stuckey is giving back to her community. “It’s rewarding to help the animals that need the help the most — that don’t have anybody else looking out for them,” said Stuckey, a ...
Labrador City woman comforting those in need
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. — Janet Parsons of Labrador City has come up with a way to give comfort to cancer patients while honouring the memory of her sister-in-law and best friend, Cindy Burke. Parsons got the idea of knitting prayer shawls from ...
Grand Falls-Windsor Community Kitchen celebrates third anniversary
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. – No matter who you are, there’s always a nutritious meal waiting for you on Wednesdays. “This is open to everybody, every walk of life is welcome,” said Laurie Ballard, member of the management ...
Volunteers pitch in to make a difference to Port aux Basques harbour for World Oceans Day
PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. – Nikita Osmond was among the volunteers who braved the chilly spring wind on Saturday morning, June 8 for a worthy cause. As part of World Oceans Day, volunteers dragged up trash from one section of the harbour and ...