ACOA contributes to Labrador Wellness Centre
Improved accessibility goal of recent community audit in Labrador West
Labrador City boy gets to meet his hero
Lawsuit launched against feds
Former Labrador cop found guilty of child luring
One employee still in hospital following railway incident in Labrador ...
Alex Harrold: How death sets you free but taxes don’t
2019 Labrador Winter Games are officially underway!
NDP MHA Lorraine Michael stepping down, endorses party leader Alison ...
Essay writing contest commemorates acts of kindness by Newfoundlanders and Labradorians during 9-11
Conception Bay South man sentenced to jail for biting woman
‘No intent to mislead’ about cost, Nalcor accountant tells Muskrat Falls Inquiry
Court schedules preliminary inquiry into Humber Valley impaired snowmobiling causing death case for the third time
Corner Brook judge rules evidence against Andre Lecuyer can be used at new home invasion trial
City of Corner Brook, The Western Star partnering to promote ACE Awards
Disturbance along Burin Peninsula highway leads to arrest of impaired North West Brook driver
A man from North West Brook will face charges of impaired driving and uttering threats after an arrest on the Burin Peninsula highway near Goobies. According to a release issued on March 21, RCMP says at 11 a.m. on March 16 they responded to a ...
Bailey Tarrant to study animal science in Africa
For Bailey Tarrant of Lawn, N.L. the classroom is about to come alive. ...
DFO and harvesters discuss 3K fishery
The fishery was a hot topic in St. Anthony this past week, as inshore harvesters offered their insights on the industry’s future. On March 12, at the St. Anthony Lions Club, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) hosted a consultation ...
Newfoundland and Labrador government appoints acting information and privacy commissioner
While the search is on for a permanent information and privacy commissioner, the provincial government has appointed Victoria Woodworth-Lynas in an acting role. Woodworth Lynas previously served as the Access to Information and Protection of ...
Salmonella scare prompts recall of Janes frozen chicken products
A popular breaded frozen chicken product is being recalled by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) over fear of Salmonella contamination. The CFIA issued a recall on Janes brand uncooked pub style chicken nuggets and cutlettes in 800-gram ...
Judge says Crown failed to prove Corner Brook firefighter wasn’t acting in self defence in altercation with coworker
After some tense moments listening to the judge’s analysis of his case, the relief felt by Kirby Hamlyn was obvious as he was acquitted of assaulting a fellow firefighter Thursday. Hamlyn was charged with assault causing bodily harm after ...
Clyde Russell vows to see shooting range complex constructed
Clyde Russell usually finishes projects he starts and two years into working on a rifle range for Stephenville, he’s thinking it could be another year or two to become reality. It got a step closer at a Stephenville town council on ...
Jenny Wright resigns as executive director of St. John’s Status of Women Council
Women’s advocate Jenny Wright has resigned as executive director of the St. John’s Status of Women Council/Women’s Centre (SJSWC/WC). The announcement was made early Thursday evening. There was initial speculation Wright might ...
UPDATED: TSB investigating MV Apollo
A ferry that took people across the Strait of Belle Isle for many years is now the subject of a Transportation Service Board of Canada investigation. The TSB was called in when the MV Apollo struck a dock in Quebec recently, but has since expanded ...
Bay Roberts RCMP arrest South River man for impaired driving
A suspected impaired driver was taken off the road in Bay Roberts Wednesday afternoon, March 20, thanks to a tip from the public. According to a news release issued Thursday, the complaint from the public was about the driver of a pickup truck. ...