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.
Polar bear sighting in St. Anthony area
Tire stockpile outside Grand Bank deemed a hazard
TB outbreak in Nain ongoing
Former Labrador man facing sex offence charge in Halifax seeks bail hearing
Inspired by Gander, ‘Come From Away’ spreads kindness to Newfoundland and Labrador
Fuel prices continue creep downward in Newfoundland
Newfoundland students attending international marine technology competition in U.S.
A team of students from Memorial University and the Marine Institute are in Washington state looking to claim a fifth overall title at the Marine Advanced Technology Education international ROV competition. Eastern Edge Robotics won a fourth ...
Missing Corner Brook woman located
The Corner Brook RNC was asking for the public’s assistance in helping find Maria Dunford on Wednesday. According to a release issued by the RNC on Wednesday night, Durnford was safely located and there were no other concerns for her safety ...
Fortune/Grand Bank hockey association going strong despite rough start
FORTUNE, N.L. — The United Towns Minor Hockey Association in Fortune was named Association of the Year during Hockey NL’s annual general meeting. ...
Grand Bank mayor wants fibre optics for the Burin Peninsula
GRAND BANK, N.L.— Grand Bank Mayor Rex Matthews has been a longtime advocate for increased broadband services on the Burin Peninsula. ...
Forensic evidence collected at armed home invasion in Summerford
TWILLINGATE, N.L. – While no arrests have been made following the theft of four handguns in Gander, with at least one the firearms being used during a home invasion in Summerford earlier this month, headway is being made. Corporal Ken ...
Geocaching at Thomas Howe
GANDER, N.L. – Residents of Gander got to have a little fun while exploring the Thomas Howe Demonstration Forest on June 16. The town’s recreation department set up seven geocache points for participants to track down while trekking ...
Miawpukek First Nation drinking water advisory lifted after nearly 4 years
MIAWPUKEK FIRST NATION, N.L. – A long-term drinking water advisory for the community of Miawpukek First Nation has been lifted. The advisory, which had been in effect since September 2014, was removed on June 13 following testing, according ...
Gros Morne receives major federal funding
A trio of projects scheduled for Gros Morne National Park later this year come with a hefty price tag from the federal government. In a release Wednesday, it was announced the UNESCO World Heritage site will receive some $27.5 million in funding ...
RCMP investigating vandalism to Grand Bank home
GRAND BANK, N.L. – The RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the person or persons responsible for damaging a home on Jamieson Avenue in Grand Bank. According to a RCMP release, police responded to a report of ...
Fundraiser underway for Great Northern Peninsula family who lost home to fire
BEAR COVE, N.L. – A Bear Cove home is a total loss after a fire early Saturday morning, June 16. Flower’s Cove RCMP and the Straits Fire Department responded to a report of a residential fire in the Great Northern Peninsula community ...