Devastation, distinction: Battle of Beaumont-Hamel is etched in ...
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
Gary Shaw: Trapping season is upon us
Labrador West Pioneer: Fay Abercrombie
Labrador Grenfell Health board chair suspended
A look back at the life of Labrador's Private Thomas Flowers
Newfoundland man sentenced to 15 months for possessing child pornography
Newfoundland and Labrador government adds punishment for 'revenge porn'
Nalcor working to ensure 129 former Astaldi workers will get paid – but no promises it’ll happen before Christmas
Popularity of axe throwing in St. John's area grows thanks to downtown facility
Victim urges Newfoundland government to do more to protect children of abuse
Newfoundland and Labrador fall legislature roundup and lookahead
Police release photo in Labrador City armed robbery investigation
Police in Labrador City are seeking the public’s help in identifying the man involved in Saturday’s armed robbery of Lake Side Convenience on Maple Crescent. The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) Labrador West Division ...
1.6-km busing controversy continues in Newfoundland and Labrador
A potential fix to concerns over the 1.6-kilometre busing policy is being tested by the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District, but the fix isn’t fast enough for opposition members. Hawkins The policy has been controversial ...
First World War medal a mystery
When John Joseph Higgins began working on a project to assemble the First World War service records of his great, great uncle Sgt. Edmund James Higgins, he did an Internet search for photos of the type of medals the soldier would have been ...
MUN CHMR radio pulls Indigenous radio show
Inuk man Angus Andersen, who has been the subject of media attention of late for his cultural initiatives and activism, has issued a social media apology for inappropriate direct messages he has sent to various women on Twitter and ...
Saturday Nov.10 guaranteed Atlantic 49 draw won in Newfoundland
St. John’s, N.L. — Someone in Newfoundland holds a winning ticket on Saturday’s Atlantic 49 guaranteed draw. The number A4565979-01 will bring a $25,649 prize to the ticketholder. There was no winning ticket for Saturday ...
Masked man arrested with loaded weapon in St. John’s centre
St. John’s, N.L. — A man who was arrested after he was seen masked late Friday afternoon outside a store on Freshwater Road will be in court Saturday morning to face charges. The RNC responded to a call of a man acting in a suspicious ...
Man dead after St. John’s multi-vehicle accident
St. John’s, N.L. — A supper-hour accident on Blackmarsh Road Friday resulted in the death of one person, and saw another person hospitalized. First responders from the RNC, Eastern Health paramedics and the St. John’s Regional ...
Honours and agony of the First World War
One hundred years ago this Sunday, the official end to the First World War came with the signing of the Armistice in a cramped rail car at the city of Compiegne, France, by officials representing the Allies and Germany. Signatures scrawled on ...
Newfoundland Merchant Navy vet, 101, proudly attends ceremony
At 101 years of age, Merchant Navy Second World War veteran Charles Moores was up at 5 a.m. Friday with a little extra hop in his step. He’d been looking forward to the day because there would be extra attention on him, particularly during a ...
Man receives two jail sentences in one week in St. John's court
It may have been hard for some to reconcile the Colin Wheeler who committed more than a dozen crimes in Her Majesty’s Penitentiary over the nine months with the Colin Wheeler who addressed the court Friday afternoon. Convicted of serious ...