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
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N.L. prescriptions focus of new law
Victoria Head's murder reflects growing problem of violence against women, advocates say
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Graduating Sea-Hawks among those earning lates NLSA athlete of the month honours
Memorial Sea-Hawks stress-free heading into AUS women's soccer playoffs playoffs
Memorial Sea-Hawks blanked in AUS men's soccer quarter-final
Nine Newfoundlanders, including seven Sea-Hawks, named AUS soccer all-stars
Sea-Hawks tighten things up heading into playoff game
Josh Power eyeing a future in soccer
GOULDS, NL—Josh Power is hoping an invitation to play at the 2018 Mediterranean International Cup held in Barcelona, Spain will give him a chance to ...
Memorial Sea-Hawks women's soccer team looking to clinch first-round playoff bye
Aside from the Cape Breton Capers, who are running away with first place in Atlantic University Sport women’s soccer (the Capers, at 10-0, are making a run at an unbeaten season), things are very tight in the standings. The Memorial ...
Walsh, Pretty earn Sea-Hawks weekly honours
Soccer players Sydney Walsh and Alex Pretty are the latest Memorial University varsity athletes of the week. Walsh, an engineering student from St. John’s and rookie goalkeeper for the Sea-Hawks’ women’ side, recorded two shutouts ...
Win, tie keeps Memorial in second place in AUS women's soccer
The Memorial Sea-Hawks women’s soccer team finally solved their scoring woes with five goals against UPEI Saturday, but the offensive outburst didn’t last long with a scoreless tie against Acadia Sunday. Still, though, the Sea-Hawks ...
Can the Sea-Hawks regain their scoring touch?
After close to a three-week break to licks their wounds and cure what’s ailing an alleged high-octane offence, the Memorial Sea-Hawks women’s soccer team returns to action this weekend with a pair of Atlantic University Sport soccer games ...
Holy Cross women complete successful crusade with bronze at nationals
The Avalon Ford Crusaders claimed a bronze medal at Soccer Canada’s Jubilee Trophy championship in Surrey, B.C., giving Newfoundland and Labrador its first-ever podium finish at the national senior women’s soccer championship. Holy ...
Holy Cross women in medal round at national Jubilee Trophy tourney
Jessie Noseworthy scored twice for the provincial champions in a 6-0 rout of Saskatchewan Thursday. Holy Cross opened the tournament Wednesday with a 2-1 win over Quebec. Teri Murphy, Jane Pope, Connie Lewis and Alyssa Armstrong also scored for the ...
Holy Cross women kick off nationals with win
National soccer championshipsThe Holy Cross victory was one of two wins for Newfoundland on the day. At the Canadian under-15 girls’ championship, St. John’s blanked the Northwest Territories 1-0. In Surrey, Teri Murphy scored 15 minutes in, and ...
Six local teams in national soccer play
In addition to the Challenge Cup and Jubilee Trophy tournaments in Surrey, B.C., the Canadian under-17 boys and girls championships are ongoing in Fredericton, N.B., while Calgary is playing host to the boys and girls U15 championships. The ...
Sea-Hawks look to get back to winning again
The Sea-Hawks have been on the road the past two weekends, including the disastrous Nova Scotia trip last Saturday and Sunday. The men’s Sea-Hawks squad was swept by St. Francis Xavier X-Men and Cape Breton University Capers (1-0 and 3-2), while the ...