Gander marks Arrow Air crash anniversary
Shoe Cove fisherman says income bridging desperately needed for harvesters and plant ...
N.L. moms wanted: Memorial University researchers creating motherhood profile
Driver in fatal accident in Lark Harbour charged with impaired driving
Case against Joshua Chubbs delayed as new counsel sought
Orca sighted on German Bank by Southwest Nova Scotia fishermen
No decision yet on FISH-NL certification application
A Cape Breton valentine: Love reunites couple apart for more than 40 ...
House opens Tuesday for contested Speaker election
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Lord’s Cove native cracks Chicago Marathon’s top 500
Kaetlyn Osmond off to good start
Placentia’s Pomeroy named to Canada’s world junior men's softball team
Newfoundland and Labrador's soccer team plays for fifth on final full day of competition at the Canada Games
Newfoundland and Labrador wrestler shines like silver at the Canada Games
Deal’s all but done; pro hoops coming to St. John’s
It might not get there this year, but Tely 10 is very close to 5,000-runner mark
Tely 10 logo As of Wednesday, 4,838 participants had registered for the race, and organizers were expected to see a number of late registrants before Sunday morning’s 8 o’clock start. Last year’s race drew 4,912 total entries. Never in the ...
Newfoundland's Bruce Burton elected to big job with world table tennis body
Bruce BurtonBurton, a Twillingate native and resident of St. John’s, was elected by a solid margin over a large number of contenders for the position during the ITTF’s annual general meeting in Düsseldorf, Germany. As a result, Burton will serve as a ...
Canadian ball hockey teams make their Czech mark
The men’s team won the silver medal following a tough 6-4 loss to Slovakia in the final game. The Slovaks, who claimed their third straight world men’s championship, scored with 1:55 to go in regulation time for the win. Canada had erased a ...
Labrador City Athlete to represent Province at National Taekwondo championships
"One of my cousins and family members got me interested," she told the Aurora, and she's being moving ahead ever since. "It's fun, keeps you fit, and you have to learn discipline.” Her commitment to the sport has seen the sixteen-year-old Grade 11 ...
Northwest River duo competing in 2018 Cain’s Quest
Paul and Isiah Cooper of Northwest River have been flirting with the idea in the past and this time decided to take the plunge. “We’ve been wanting to get into it for a bit,” Paul told the Labradorian. “We wanted to get into the last race but didn’t ...
Provincial experience inspires skiers to aim high
Cameron Salomon de Friedberg and Amanda Daniels have already been skiing for about eight years. That, despite the fact they are Grade 8 students at Menihek High school in Labrador City. Both started at a young age and enjoyed the recreation and ...
Labrador West connection at world curling Gold
After so many undefeated games logic says, "he has to lose one,” said Casey, “but deep in my heart I just knew he would win.” Casmey has curled at the Carol Curling Club since it started in 1965. He has been the clubs President, a coach, a ...
Labrador wrestler Josh Dyke wins bronze in national competition
Josh DykeDyke recently won a bronze medal at the national cadet/juvenile championship in Windsor, Ont. Wrestling at 115 kilos, Dyke placed fifth in freestyle, but then rebounded for a third-place finish in Greco Roman. On the way to his medal, Dyke ...
Province’s athletic best of 2016, new Hall of Famers honoured
The winners: • Senior Female Athlete of the Year: Heather Healey (baseball) • Senior Male Athlete of the Year: Sean Cleary (softball) • Junior Female Athlete of the Year: Camryn Bonia (athletics) • Junior Male Athlete of the Year: Liam Hickey ...
The great Labrador Loppet 2017...a picture perfect day
When organizers checked the weather for the 42nd Great Labrador Loppet they were told it was a picture perfect day for the event. Racers had sunny skies all day. A crisp -18 in the morning slowly gave way to temperatures near zero by ...