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
Tips from the public lead to RCMP removing impaired driver from the road in Natuashish
Sheshatshiu holding suicide prevention conference
A decade after suicide attempts, Mi’kmaq woman has found clarity
Roads, attracting people to Labrador and municipal needs identified
RCMP remind motorists on the Northern Peninsula to use caution in areas where caribou are known to frequent
Spaniard’s Bay adopts 2019 budget with no changes to tax structure, fees
Newfoundland toddler calls 911 more than 200 times
BAY ROBERTS, N.L. - Bay Roberts RCMP urge parents not to let their children play with old cellphones. Over the last month a child called 911 more than 200 times on an inactive cellphone. These types of calls take away precious time from someone ...
Fortune Fire Department in need of new water pump
The Town of Fortune has voted in favor of assisting the local volunteer fire department replace a vital piece of their equipment ...
Holyrood's come home year coincides with 50th anniversary of incorporation
HOLYROOD, N.L. Preparations are already well underway in Holyrood to celebrate 50 years of incorporation. The town has declared 2019 a come home year, with a committee in place to line up events this summer as part of the festivities. This was ...
Forteau family looking for answers after man was flown from Corner Brook hospital alone
FORTEAU/CORNER BROOK, N.L. A family from Forteau, Labrador is questioning the process that led to a relative with an intellectual disability flying from Corner Brook to St. Anthony on his own. On Dec. 5, 82-year-old Balfour Hancock of Forteau ...
Tax structure in Harbour Grace not changing for 2019
HARBOUR GRACE, N.L. Harbour Grace residents can expect to see very little change on their tax bills for 2019 compared to the previous year. At the most recent regular meeting of council Monday night, Jan. 14, Coun. Kathy Tetford announced the ...
Tips from the public lead to RCMP in Bay Roberts removing impaired driver from the road
BAY ROBERTS, N.L. During the early morning hours of Saturday, Jan. 12, Bay Roberts RCMP received several tips from the public about a possible impaired driver heading towards Clarke’s Beach. Police located the vehicle and arrested the ...
Labrador Land Protectors show solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
People gathered across Canada on Jan. 12 to show their support for 14 Indigenous activists in British Columbia. Members of the Labrador Land Protectors (LLP) gathered in front of Labrador MP Yvonne Jones’ office in Happy Valley-Goose Bay to ...
Holyrood RCMP advising motorists to stay off TCH on the Avalon; zero visibility in most areas
Holyrood RCMP advise motorists that the Trans-Canada Highway on the Avalon is snow covered, slippery with limited to zero visibility in most areas. The RCMP are advising motorists to stay off the highway unless in the case of an emergency. ...
Environment Canada issues weather warnings for areas of N.L
On Tuesday, Jan. 15 Environment Canada issued winter storm warnings are in effect for: Bonavista North Bonavista Peninsula Burin Peninsula Clarenville and vicinity Connaigre Gander and vicinity Terra Nova Hazardous winter ...
Conne River vigil for Chantel John draws hundreds
CONNE RIVER, N.L. The road to Conne River Monday evening was flanked by red dresses, hung from the boughs of trees and tied to road signs. Each one was a mark of Chantel John’s death and a reminder to the people driving in to join hundreds ...