End of an era in Labrador West?
Provinces Minor Hockey Week kicked off in Wabush Jan. 12
Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
Remembering former Nunatsiavut Government representative Trudy ...
Best of the West: Rahel Porter
Liberals move to earlier water and wastewater tendering
Labrador West Pioneers: Gordon and Stella Avery
Labrador West Steelworkers spread Christmas cheer with donations
Missing markers on White Wolf trail in Labrador West a safety concern
Dumping snow in St. John’s harbour violates federal law, but alternatives are too costly, city councillor says
Leo Knox was war veteran and St. John's first fire prevention officer
STEVE BARTLETT: Pam Frampton makes Telegram history
Adult adoption not difficult in Newfoundland and Labrador, man says
St. John’s appeals Galway decision
Mayor, senior resident welcome idea of cannabis facility in Jackson’s Arm
Coming weather system is a lot like last year’s storm that caused flooding on the west coast
The weather forecast for the next few days was sounding eerily familiar Friday as David Neil explained the low-pressure system moving towards the western portion of the province. Neil is a warning preparedness meteorologist with the Newfoundland ...
Burin fisherman selected as finalist for FISH-NL award
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. Burin fisherman Les Fudge is one of three finalists up for the Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters of Newfoundland and Labrador’s (FISH-NL) inaugural inshore harvester of the year award. Fudge was skipper on ...
MUN will save $10.8 million in 2019 thanks to voluntary retirement program
Memorial University bid farewell to 69 longtime employees last year through its one-time voluntary retirement program (VRP). Of the 171 employees deemed eligible in one of the four phases, 86 applied, representing a more than 50 per cent ...
UPDATE: RNC has located missing man James Kenny
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary has just released that officers have located James Kenny of Mount Pearl home. Kenney was located just before noon. A missing person's report had been called in just before 8 a.m. Friday. ...
Charges in N.L. unlawful school bus certificate case dropped
Charges laid against a Tors Cove mechanic in connection with unlawful school bus inspection certificates have been dropped. The Crown withdrew seven Highway Traffic Act charges against Randall O’Reilly, owner and operator of ...
Conception Bay South bank hit in latest heavy equipment smash and grab
For third time this week, a piece of heavy equipment was used to break into a metro region business in an attempt to steal an ATM machine. The latest smash and grab took place early Friday morning at the new Scotiabank branch in Manuels, ...
Wabush budget to be presented Jan. 29
Residents of Wabush will get details of the municipal budget for 2019 on Jan. 29. Usually budgets are required to be filed by the end of the year, but extensions can be granted. An extension was granted to Wabush as they dealt with the issue of ...
Allure of outdoor lifestyle just as appealing as job opportunity, says Corner Brook’s new city manager Rodney Cumby
Rodney Cumby says he wasn’t specifically looking for a job back in Newfoundland and Labrador, but the one in Corner Brook certainly piqued his interest in returning eastward. Currently the executive manager of operations and planning for the ...
Qalipu, Federation of Newfoundland Indians do not believe allegations of potential conflict, despite change in legal counsel
The lawyer representing both the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Band and the Federation of Newfoundland Indians has excused himself from one of the cases involving those entities currently before the courts. Stephen May has been the legal ...
Saskatchewan judge says judgment day has come for man who murdered Mattis Point woman
“Justice is like a river,” Justice Richard Danyliuk wrote at the beginning of his decision earlier this month convicting Joseph (David) Caissie of the 2011 murder of a Newfoundland woman in Saskatchewan. Carol King was 40 when she was ...