Provincial training camp and races held at Menihek Nordic Ski Club
Labrador City $24.5 million budget passed
Nunatukavut Community Council host family camps
MADD kicks off Red Ribbon campaign in Labrador West
Steelworkers union says long-term solution to keep Wabush recreation ...
Man attacked by dogs in Labrador City
Labrador West Pioneer: Jack McCarthy
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NLESD confirms ‘potential risk’ received regarding Marystown Central High for Friday
Hynes-Coates wins Liberal nod for Topsail-Paradise byelection
Clarenville RCMP trying to find pickup truck driver involved in collision with pedestrian
Newfoundland and Labrador RCMP warning of iTunes card scam
Newfoundland and Labrador Government reaches collective agreements with CUPE
Anastasia Qupee honoured for commitment to human rights
Corner Brook bishop says faith led him to priesthood
Coming from a family of deep faith, Bishop Peter Hundt said that faith has always been an important part of his life. His dedication to his faith is about to take the Roman Catholic bishop of the Corner Brook and Labrador Diocese in a new ...
Caribous coming back to Northern Peninsula’s Grey Islands
GREY ISLANDS, N.L. Caribou will soon be returning to Grey Islands off the Great Northern Peninsula. In a news release on Nov. 30, the Department of Fisheries and Land Resources revealed it will be introducing a maximum of 15 caribou from the ...
The Telegram and Choices for Youth Home for the Holidays campaign Christmas parade float drove onto the top step of the podium in the Mount Pearl Lions Club Christmas Parade, non-commercial entry. The annual campaign strives to bring awareness to the ...
Witness a no-show at trial in St. John's court
When it comes to testifying against Ryan Farrell in court, witnesses don't often seem to show up. Last May, an alleged stabbing victim didn't turn up to testify against Farrell, resulting in the Crown withdrawing Farrell's ...
Muskrat Falls Inquiry commissioner tells Ed Martin he can’t ‘run the show’
Former Nalcor Energy president and CEO Ed Martin has been involved in some tense rounds of questioning at the Muskrat Falls Inquiry, but the tension boiled over Wednesday afternoon, with Commissioner Richard LeBlanc stepping in. Questions were ...
St. John’s opioid cases almost double: report
According to a report from the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) called “Opioid-Related Harms in Canada” released Wednesday, 48 people were hospitalized in St. John’s in 2017 due to opioid poisonings. The ...
Billions in benefits to come, Ed Martin tells Muskrat Falls Inquiry
Newfoundland and Labrador needed to add new power generation and did the right thing in pursuing the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project, according to former Nalcor Energy president and CEO Ed Martin. From the witness stand, he warned the province ...
Newfoundland and Labrador taxation ‘reasonable’: report
A review of the provincial tax system has found taxation levels are “reasonable” compared with other parts of Canada. The report was commissioned on August 22, 2017 and completed by a committee chaired by Stephen Jerrett, the current ...
Nunatsiavut welcomes changes to child welfare system
NUNATSIAVUT The federal government announced legislation on how child welfare is handled for First Nations, Metis and Inuit groups last week and the Nunatsiavut government is happy to see the changes. “It’s welcome news,” ...
Coast Guard monitoring clean-up and removal after boat fire at Grand Bank
It was a worrisome situation for members of the Grand Bank Volunteer Fire Department as they worked to extinguish a fire onboard a fishing vessel dock ...