Man attacked by dogs in Labrador City
Labrador West Pioneer: Jack McCarthy
Newfoundland and Labrador 2018 Christmas Lights map
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Alderon ready to start construction on Kami mine pending financing
Labrador Grenfell Health use of restraints in long-term care higher ...
Gary Shaw: It’s snowmobile time, check the ice first
Labrador West Pioneers: Ray and Edith Freake
Sixth annual Pajamas for Kids in full swing
Labrador’s first police dog retires
COMMUNITY HEROES: A Dollar A Day Foundation makes first donations totalling $60K
Bay Roberts RCMP’s Wish Tree lit for Christmas
A Packet of past — Moments in time
Keyin College in Marystown remembers 14 women killed at École Polytechnique
A Packet of past — Through the years
Mary’s Harbour RCMP hoping to turn its Children's Wish Tree from red to white again this Christmas
MARY’S HARBOUR, N.L. The Mary’s Harbour RCMP lit up the night with its 17th annual Children’s Wish Tree on Tuesday, Dec. 4. The initiative has raised over $16,000 for the Children’s Wish Foundation to date. The ...
Embree locals say mackerel rolling into beaches more plentiful than usual this year
Mackerel are piling up on the shores of Embree, and locals say it’s the most they’ve seen in some years. Wanda Gosse moved back home to Embree five years ago. According to Gosse, 39, the mackerel are not only more plentiful this year, ...
Seven individuals nominated for Newfoundland and Labrador annual human rights honour
Seven people have been nominated for the province’s 2018 Human Right Award, an annual award recognizing an individual for has made and/or continues to make a meaningful contribution to advancing and furthering human rights in the ...
Recognizing the heritage of Adam’s Cove and Pilley’s Island properties
The Adam's Cove Methodist School Hall Registered Heritage Structure and Pilley's Island Methodist Church, Churchyard and School Registered Heritage Structure have played important roles in their communities. Heritage NL has recognized the ...
Gander welcomes Christmas with tree lighting
GANDER, N.L. With the click of a button, Gander had officially kicked into Christmas mode. The town held its annual tree lighting at the town hall Tuesday, Nov. 27, and it included everything Christmas — hot chocolate, holiday ...
Port au Choix Women’s Institute sharing Christmas spirit with deployed military
Stella Mailman and other members of the NL Women’s Institute, Port au Choix branch, got together recently to pack special parcels for members of the military who won’t be home for Christmas. “It all started with the Persian Gulf ...
First Step Charity Gala raises over $5K
First Step Charity just received another boost to its fundraising efforts. The charity's second annual gala was held Saturday night, Nov 17 at the Grenfell Interpretation Centre in St. Anthony. With some 50 people in attendance the event, ...
No need to be alone on Christmas Day in Labrador West
LABRADOR WEST, N.L. Members of Steelworkers Local #6185 like to do things for their communities. The union represents town employees in the communities of Labrador City and Wabush. There are 51 members in Labrador City and 17 in ...
Small gesture is a great ‘call’
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Newfoundland and Labrador (LLSNL) is always looking to make a difference in the lives of those affected by these forms of cancers. The organization, which just recently completed its second Light The Night ...
In This Together campaign kicks off with $1.44-M donation from ExxonMobil Canada
You couldn’t hear a pin drop last Thursday afternoon as cancer patient 54-year-old Juanita Dinn of St. John’s spoke of her cancer ordeal at the launch of the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Care Foundation “In This Together” ...