Lab West data centre gets approval for electricity from Public Utilities Board
Blame those pesky birds
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
Questioning the science
Nalcor refuses contractor information
Investment Industry Association of Canada makes recommendations to N.L. tax review committee
Carter brothers donate land in memory of father to create nature reserve at Barachois Brook in western Newfoundland
Waste management board says transportation cost savings too minimal to warrant refunds for western Newfoundland communities
Police investigating break and enter at Happy Valley-Goose Bay business
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. – An outboard motor was stolen during a break and enter at a business in Happy Valley-Goose Bay on Aug. 12. The 80 horsepower Honda motor is grey in colour, according to an RCMP release. The business is ...
N.L. Liberals raise five times more than PCs and NDP combined in 2017
Corporate donations meant big dollars for the Liberals and Progressive Conservatives in 2017, but the same is not true for the New Democratic Party. Premier Dwight Ball’s Liberal party saw total contributions of $525,866 in 2017, 91 per ...
N.L. government called out in PUB testimony
It was 11 seconds of silence, and powerful. Lori Moore was giving testimony before the Public Utilities Board (PUB) in St. John’s on Thursday morning, along with fellow ratepayers James Murphy and Keith Fillier. She was sharing stories of ...
Cancer Society’s Bark for Life fundraiser to take place in Massey Drive on Sunday
The Canadian Cancer Society in Corner Brook recognizes how important a dog can be to someone who is battling cancer. “When someone is really sick, some of their best companionship and support comes from their canine companion,” said ...
Attending Writers at Woody Point is something Sharon Bala has wanted to do for awhile
It was a bit of a dreary morning in Woody Point on Thursday, but Sharon Bala’s mood certainly didn’t match the conditions. RELATED: 'Atwood attending first Writers at Woody Point' 'Swiss author gets the chance to meet ...
Corner Brook man charged with uttering threats at Western Memorial Regional Hospital released
The Corner Brook man who was charged with uttering threats against Western Memorial Regional Hospital has been released from custody. Glen Freake, 40, made a brief appearance at provincial court in Corner Brook late Thursday afternoon. He was ...
Department of Fisheries and Oceans says science behind salmon management in Newfoundland and Labrador is reliable
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans says it has no reason to doubt its science is giving accurate information about what is happening with Atlantic salmon in Newfoundland and Labrador. RELATED: 'Citizens Outdoor Rights Alliance outlines ...
Stephenville man gets 15 months on 14 charges, including break and enter
A Stephenville man who broke into the home of another man has been sentenced to 15 months in jail. Dylan Rubia, 25, was convicted of four counts of breach of an undertaking, obstructing a police officer, assaulting a police officer, seven counts ...
Businessman Paul Antle seeking Liberal nod in Windsor Lake byelection
Businessman and former Liberal candidate Paul Antle is taking another crack at becoming an MHA. On Thursday afternoon, Antle announced his intention to seek the nomination, just minutes before the Liberal Party announced its all for nominations ...
First transatlantic telegram sent from Ireland to Newfoundland 160 years ago today
This must have been a very exciting day in Heart's Content 160 years ago. History was made in Newfoundland with the first official telegram between two continents on Aug. 16, 1858. A project to install the first transatlantic telegraph ...