Croque celebrates school reunion
Cavendish woman sentenced for trafficking mother’s cancer pain medication
Make it a full set of medals for Newfoundland's Katarina Roxon at ...
Mental health and addictions services temporary relocated in Bonavista after mould confirmation
Contracts awarded for pilot project monitoring construction zone speeds
N.L. government rejects appeal of environmental impact statement for industrial composting facility
New pumper truck for Heart’s Content Volunteer Fire Brigade
RNC investigating west end armed robbery in St. John’s
RNC arrest woman for assault following disturbance
St. John’s native Sean O’Brien inducted into International Softball Congress Hall of Fame
Collins prepared for stretch run at Eastbound
Newfoundland's Katarina Roxon swims to another medal in Australia
N.L. teams finish play at national hoops events
Ship Cove native Gavin Tucker returning to the UFC cage after lengthy layoff
Atlantic Rock earn favourable seed for season-ending Canadian Rugby Championship tourney
SLIDESHOW: Barry Group, NTV winners at Corner Brook Regatta
The Corner Brook Regatta was held on Saturday in the west coast city. Plenty of people made their way to Brake's Cove where the races were taking place. Viewers were treated to some good competition and relatively calm waters. In the end, ...
Tough tournaments for province at hoops nationals
Newfoundland and Labrador had a rough showing at the national under-17 boys and girls basketball championships this week. The upside is those teams finished off with victories Friday, both over P.E.I. to finish ninth overall. The downside is both ...
Patrick Parfrey of St. John's starting for Canada in exhibition rugby game in France
Patrick Parfrey of St. John’s will be the assistant captain and part of the starting lineup as the Canada Selects rugby teams takes on Castres in an exhibition rugby game at Lacaune, France. The game is part of a tour of France that will ...
Dedication, hard work secret of Fortune Special Olympian’s success
FORTUNE, N.L. — Fortune Special Olympic athlete Tony Moores dreamed of coming home from the 2018 Special Olympics Canada Summer Games with a gold medal. His dream came true. Moores competed in four events at the national games held in ...
Newfoundland U15 teams looking for back-to-back wins at national hoops championships
Newfoundland and Labrador’s boys and girls teams will be looking for their second wins in placement rounds at national under-15 basketball championships on Friday. In Fredericton. N.B., the N. L. girls under-15 side opened its second round ...
Kippens native Katarina Roxon wins gold in 100-m breaststroke at Par Pan Pacific Swim Championships
Katarina Roxon isn’t feeling any pain. That’s not good for those who are trying to keep her off the podium at the Para Pan Pacific Swim Championships in Cairns, Australia. The 25-year-old Kippens native, a tough cookie who has ...
Rowing provides a sense of peace for Krista Hansen as Corner Brook Regatta nears
The vantage point from the boat on the water in the early morning provides Krista Hansen with a sense of peace and calm so it doesn’t require much prodding for her to get out of bed. Hansen is a member of Team Belfor, one of the new female ...
Three medals at Canada Summer Games icing on the cake for Frenchman’s Cove Special Olympian
MARYSTOWN, N.L. – Lucas Antle did what he set out to do at the Special Olympics Canada Summer Games. He also came home with three medals. “My goal was to make friends and I feel like I’ve done that,” he told The Southern ...
City athletes pick up medals at 2018 Atlantic Beach Volleyball Championships held in Halifax over the weekend.
Ashley Jacobs and Alyssa Warford won gold in the 18U age group at the 2018 Atlantic Beach Volleyball Championships held in Halifax over the weekend. The Corner Brook duo defeated Olivia Day and Jade Curwin of Nova Scotia 19-21, 21-16, 15-10 in the ...
Wins hard to come by for Newfoundland and Labrador hoops teams as national U15 and U17 championships get underway
Newfoundland and Labrador entries couldn’t come up with wins in their opening games as four national age-group basketball championships got underway Monday. The Basketball Canada girls juvenile (under-17) and midget (U15) events are ...