Parsons says Newfoundland’s marijuana strategy coming — soon
Cracks in Placentia’s lift bridge sidewalks not so uplifting, man says
Newfoundland to participate in National Restorative Justice Week Nov. 19-26
Grant Tapper found not guilty of six violent crimes
Wellman died of single gunshot wound: medical examiner
Family matters: Carl English had plenty of reasons to come home
'Next thing, I see them in the obituaries': U-Turn director
N.L. prescriptions focus of new law
Victoria Head's murder reflects growing problem of violence against women, advocates say
Cape Breton Post
O’Donel Outreach offers sweet comfort to cancer care patients
Shoal Harbour couple grateful for community support
Green Team back in action in Marystown
Roy Henderson of Truro Heights has decided to say goodbye on his terms
Green Team hard at work beautifying Port Blandford
Coley’s Point Primary to receive new speed bump
BAY ROBERTS, NL — A new speed bump is soon going to be placed in front of Coley’s Point Primary. During a regular council meeting held on Tuesday night, Nov. 14, council members discussed the placement of a new speed bump in front of ...
Tradition or local recognition? Gander looking at options to honour prominent residents through sign names
GANDER, NL – Gander councillor Rob Anstey believes the town should honour its own when it comes to naming streets. ...
Harbour Grace street renamed in honour of athlete Crystal Young
HARBOUR GRACE, NL — Crystal Young of Harbour Grace was honoured with her own street on Thursday night, Nov. 16. Young, who won several medals during her three-week stint in Austria during the Special Olympics World Winter Games early in ...
Bruce Keating excited about exposure Corner Brook will receive from hosting Hockey Day in Canada
Money can’t buy the exposure the city of Corner Brook will receive from playing host to Hockey Day in Canada in 2018. That’s the message Bruce Keating, chairperson of the host Hockey Day in Canada Committee, delivered as guest speaker ...
Remembering the Langleecrag – 70 years later
The SS Langleecrag ran ashore on Great Sacred Island, off L’Anse aux Meadows, on a cold and windy morning, before dawn. ...
Carbonear Academy students raise money for memorial banners honouring war veterans
CARBONEAR, NL — Grade seven and eight students at Carbonear Academy are doing what they can to give back to the families of fallen soldiers. Earlier in 2017, Water Street was decorated with memorial banners, bearing the names and photos of ...
It looks like Corner Brook will have a Come Home Year
The Corner Brook Come Home Year 2019 committee is hopeful it will have some good news to share after next Monday’s council meeting. Gladys Batten is co-chairing the steering committee set up to organize the ...
Marine Institute holds Remembrance ceremony
Students, staff and various dignitaries and officials attended the annual Remembrance Day ceremony held at the Memorial University Marine Institute campus’s Merchant Navy Memorial on Ridge Road in St. John’s Friday ...
Newfoundland and Labrador prescribing more antibiotics per capita than anywhere else in Canada
The old saying too much is not enough doesn’t apply when it comes to society’s use of antibiotics. An alarming trend is growing worldwide as antibiotic resistance is rising to dangerously high levels and is threatening our ability to ...
Obituary: Christopher Dunn – 'one of the best'
Our province suffered a loss on Nov. 7, with the passing of Memorial University political science professor Christopher Dunn. A professor, mentor, editor, contributor, husband, and father, Dr. Christopher Dunn’s untimely death came after a ...