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
Tim Arsenault: Olympics coverage is on steroids
Glovertown hosting AAA midget minor provincial championships this weekend
L’anse au Loup father and son team preparing for Cain’s Quest
Jenna Conter: A little Olympic jealousy never hurts … much
Tim Arsenault: Loophole entry looks flat on the Olympic halfpipe
Late skate: Kaetlyn Osmond’s short program will make for a long night here
Jenna Conter: Jamaica made Olympic sledding cool
Growing up I had a friend whose house was essentially a square that encased the stairs that led from the bottom floor to the top. We’d play fun games of chase-the-chubby-kid until I’d throw up grape juice all over their white ...
Stephanie Nadeau of Red Bay will play in varsity curling championship
With the Winter Olympics underway, eyes across the globe have been glued to the sport of curling. ...
Labrador West annual awards presentation displays area’s athletic diversity
For a small population (about 10,000) the amount of athletic talent in Labrador West is amazing, and it was quite evident at the Annual Athletes Awards presentation held Feb. 6. Emcees for the evening were the chair of the Labrador City recreation ...
Tim Arsenault: Bruce Rainnie’s happy, gruelling Olympic curling marathon
If it seems like Bruce Rainnie is always on duty when you tune in CBC’s Winter Olympics coverage, that’s because he is. If there was an Ironman event at the Pyeongchang Games, Rainnie would be a contender. As the ...
Jenna Conter: Always up for some Olympic air
Move over luge, we have a new kid on the ice track. Adding to the series of Winter Olympic sports that I’m labelling Someone Lost a Bet, we welcome skeleton. Take the sled, keep the spandex suit, but flip the athlete around to ...
Tim Arsenault: Cleansing the Olympic palate
If you’ve been overdoing it in front of the TV since Friday, staying up late only to be shaken more by the fact that Shaun White is 31 than by his snowboarding prowess, you might need to slow things down right about now. Even the ...
Jenna Conter: Olympic Luge - the slide that binds
Maybe because it was Valentine’s Day, maybe because it was Day Six of being up at 5 a.m. after going to bed at 2 a.m. and being thoroughly (and happily) chained to the Olympics, but I am tremendously entertained by the two-man ...
Newfoundland and Labrador figure skating championship in Mount Pearl this weekend
The province’s top figure skaters will be at the Mount Pearl Glacier this weekend for the 2018 Skate Canada Newfoundland and Labrador provincial championship. Two hundred and 42 skaters representing 35 clubs across the province will be ...
Memorial University volleyball coach temporarily removed from duties
John Slauenwhite, the coach who guided the Memorial Sea-Hawks women’s volleyball team to back-to-back berths in the Atlantic University Conference’s championship game in 2016 and 2017, won’t be behind the Sea-Hawks’ bench when ...
Tim Arsenault: Olympic dopes use dope
On Tuesday Japanese short-track speedskater Kei Saito became the first athlete to be sent packing from the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics for failing a drug test. It seems like Mike Pence spent more time sternly pretending he wasn’t ...