Labrador West families giving back to Ronald McDonald House
New support group in Labrador West for women dealing with cancer
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ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
Nunatsiavut pulls out of Nutrition North Indigenous Working Group
Black Tickle fuel situation being addressed
Labrador City Canadian Tire donates $20K for indoor playground
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Labrador West Pioneer: Fay Abercrombie
Snow and wind hamper driving, knock out power on west coast
Chief Brendan Mitchell, federal government announce next steps to reconsider denied Qalipu applicants
Neville murder trial wraps up in St. John's
Allegations of Liberal ties to numbered company set to take in millions from Canopy Growth lease agreement
Former Hickman Equipment managers plead guilty
Not enough bigness in snow crab stocks: researchers
High winds wreak havoc in Bonavista
UPDATE: RCMP confirm there were no injuries in today's fire. Both the garage and a nearby home were damaged. An investigation is ongoing. EARLIER STORY:Severe winds continue to batter the Bonavista Peninsula heading into Thursday ...
Nearly $2 million announced for N.L. flood risk mapping projects
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. The provincial and federal governments have announced just under $2 million in funding for three flood risk mapping projects in Newfoundland and Labrador. According to a release issued by the provincial Department of ...
Labrador Grenfell Health working to reduce self-harm rates in region
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. The Vital Signs report produced by the Harris Centre of Memorial University came out a few weeks ago and some of the statistics in the report are eye-catching. One of those statistics is regarding self-injury ...
Update: Wild winds wreaking havoc across Newfoundland
NL Hydro has sent all non-essential workers home from the Holyrood generating plant due to concerns of wind moving the exhaust stacks. A spokesperson with NL Hydro said it was "just a precautionary measure." "We don’t ...
Graydon Pelley offering alternative to province's voters through NL Alliance
Graydon Pelley has split with the Progressive Conservative Party of Newfoundland and Labrador and isn’t interested in being part of the party politics that he says also exists within the other parties. Pelley said he’s talking about ...
Province and judges must talk face-to-face, Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court rules
A Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court judge minced no words in a ruling involving the province and provincial court judges this week, saying it is government officials — not legislation — that have failed the judges when it comes to ...
The N.L. Alliance needs 1,000 signatures to get off the ground
Former Progressive Conservative party president Graydon Pelley has decided to go it alone, with eyes on establishing a new political party: the Newfoundland and Labrador Alliance. But things got off to a rocky start Wednesday. Shortly after ...
Province maintained oversight of Muskrat Falls project, former bureaucrat says
The provincial government and Nalcor Energy worked as an “integrated team” at times, in support of the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project, according to Robert Thompson, former deputy minister of natural resources and former clerk of the ...
Group of Seven Painting discovered in this province
You never know when you are going to find a hidden gem. Such was the case this past summer when Consignor Canadian Fine Art brought its Consignor Roadshow to St. John’s seeking rare and unique pieces of art. “We were fortunate to ...
Newfoundland residents warned to be prepared for major storm system
It was an unwelcome sight for Peter Yetman, but given the weather conditions, not a surprising one. When he and his wife Karen looked outside earlier today, they saw several pieces of siding off the front of their Paradise home. “I guess ...