Letter: N.L. Arts Council works hard to be fair and transparent
Letter: A wonderful Newfoundland visit
Editorial: Sobering thoughts
Letter: It’s time to stand up for N.L. salmon rivers
Letter: The proposed Grieg Placentia Bay salmon farming project: another boondoggle?
Letter: To all those voting in the PC Leadership
Letter: Pink salmon in N.L. nothing new
WEATHER BY DAY: Robin sightings can be deceiving
DRAWING FOR THE DAY: Jake Stevens, 10
Western Newfoundland lawyers talk about issues discussed at criminal justice summit
Nain boy dies from tuberculosis
Paradise pupils raise money by writing about home
Aidan Joseph Maloney dead at 97
Sarah Muzychka of the 2415 Royal Army Cadet Corps participates in International Expedition 2018
Bay St. George RCMP charge 22-year-old man with assault and uttering threats
Snowmobiling club entering into final weeks of grooming trail in western Newfoundland
While the die-hards could be at it in the backcountry until late April, there are likely only two more weeks of snowmobiling on freshly groomed trails in western Newfoundland. The groomers could be taken off the trails sooner if there is another ...
Games co-chairperson Junior Pinksen takes satisfaction in knowing athletes raving about great experience at 2018 Games
Hearing young athletes rave about the great time they had and how nicely they were treated. Hearing a parent from Conception Bay South tell Deer Lake Mayor Dean Ball as the last athletes left Sunday morning that she was so impressed with the ...
Sharing our Cultures event at The Rooms kicks off Multiculturalism Week in Newfoundland
The Rooms was buzzing with activity Sunday afternoon as people from upwards of 50 diverse cultural backgrounds came together to share their cultures with one another through the Sharing our Cultures event on the first day of Multiculturalism Week in ...
No big winner in Saturday's 6/49
No one won the main prize in Saturday’s 6/49 draw, but one lucky person in St. John’s won $1,000 on the tag. ...
St. John’s traffic stops net more delinquent drivers
St. John’s, N.L. — A traffic safety stop in the downtown area of St. John’s 10:30 Saturday morning resulted in a 58-year-old man being issued summary offence tickets for operating an unregistered vehicle, operating without valid ...
Downtown disorderly conduct lands two in the lockup
St. John’s, N.L. — Police arrested a woman and a man for disorderly behavior in two separate incidents in the downtown area overnight. Around midnight the RNC responded to a report of disorderly conduct in the downtown area. A ...
Man, woman arrested in St. John’s in separate disturbances
St. John’s, N.L. — A report of property damage around 1:15 Saturday afternoon resulted in the arrest of a 35-year-old man in the centre area of St. John’s. He was charged with mischief and breaching a court order. He was held for ...
St. John’s man arrested after 911 hang-up call
St. John’s, N.L. — An emergency 911 call that ended in the caller hanging up had the RNC responding to the center of the St. John’s 8:30 Saturday monring. A 75-year-old man was arrested for assault with a weapon against a police ...
Studio F proposal strikes sour note in Newfoundland
It’s been a tense week for music industry professionals in the province as several recent decisions made by MusicNL do not sit well with some recording studio professionals. In a statement released Saturday by MusicNL, an organization that ...
Meandering Mount Pearl moose meets after-midnight munchies
A resident of Samson Street in Mount Pearl will be wondering what happened to his yard Sunday morning after a moose spent about thirty minutes munching on what must have been delicious bushes in front of the home. The moose was spotted at about ...