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 ...
Royals’ David Budgell happy in life and on the ice as senior hockey final continues
Western Kings have each other’s backs — on the ice and off
Corner Brook's Chris LeRoy turns disappointment into a new direction as he commits to play volleyball at Trent University
Doug Plumb steps down at St. John's Edge head coach
Corner Brook Regional High Titans to clash with Elwood Regional High Lakers in high school hockey final
Newfoundland Senior Hockey: Breakers down Blues, will face Caribous in Eastern final
Team captain Jeremey Nicholas scored four goals as the Southern Shore Puglisevich Breakers downed the Conception Bay Blues 6-2 Friday night, a win that puts the Breakers in Newfoundland senior hockey’s Eastern division final. Southern Shore ...
Gymnast Brianna Fortune primed for provincial competition
A question that often gets asked when witnessing an acrobatic, athletic feat is how someone could possibly know they were capable of pulling it off when they tried it. It’s probably an inquiry that gets brought up a lot at the Saltos ...
Corner Brook native William Morrisey becomes Edmonton Oiler for a day
An exciting day for Corner Brook native, William Morrissey, as he became an Edmonton Oiler for a day recently. William, age 6, won a contest sponsored by Boston Pizza to become an Edmonton Oiler. He went through a draft process and was signed to his ...
Corner Brook Royals’ Josh Smith happy to be back among buddies playing competitive hockey again this season
When Josh Smith signed on to play for the Corner Brook Royals this season, he was excited for the opportunity to play a competitive game of hockey again. But he was also ecstatic to rejoin a brotherhood that he had been missing for almost a ...
Labrador Winter Games start this weekend
The Labrador Winter Games begin this weekend and the town is abuzz with activity. With more than 360 athletes representing 21 communities in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, or on their way, things are getting busy. The opening ceremonies of the ...
Tricentia Academy hosts annual Kerry Clarke Volleyball Invitational
Tricentia Academy hosted an annual volleyball tournament on Feb. 23 in Arnold’s Cove, to remember a former teacher at the school. The Kerry Clarke Invitational Volleyball Tournament is held in honour of Kerry Clarke, a teacher at Tricentia ...
Travelers curling championships underway in Stephenville
The host rink got off to a rough start in the men’s division of the 2019 Travelers curling championships Wednesday at the Caribou Curling Club in Stephenville. The White rink — consisting of Todd White, Alex Parr, Richard Brake and ...
Lakers draw first blood in West Coast High School Hockey League final
Kyle Campbell and Josh Shears both scored twice Wednesday night as the Elwood High Lakers took Game 1 of a best-of-three West Coast High School Hockey League semifinal series against the St. James Regional Saints. Brett Langdon scored the other ...
Western Kings’ Lucas Robinson enjoys the cozy confines of the Hodder
The Corner Brook Civic Centre has been home for the Dennis GM Western Kings for the majority of the 2018-19 campaign, but recently the Hodder Memorial Recreation Centre has been where the heart is. That will be the case again this weekend as the ...
Port aux Basques provincial mixed doubles curling champs headed to nationals
Two members of the Gateway Curling Club will represent Team Newfoundland at the Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship. The club, which is located at the Bruce II Sports Centre, hosted this year’s provincial tournament and it was their ...