'Dragons' Den' auditions in St. John’s Saturday drew entrepreneurs from near and ...
Rapper Classified's new song inspired by N.L. girl
Letter: Ball Liberals bet everything on Trudeau, and lost
Town of Paradise has no tolerance for resident's shed
Meandering Mount Pearl moose meets after-midnight munchies
Milestones will reopen in St. John's … eventually
Yes B’y's, a new bar in downtown St. John’s
Liberals ponder Newfoundland-Labrador fixed link
Go Guide — What's happening in the St. John's area
Man, woman arrested in St. John’s in separate disturbances
Carbonear lad likes Leafs Nation
Peter Fenwick resigns from Western Regional Service Board
Memorial University students tasked to travel Europe with no cash, just Red Bull
Newfoundland Power accepting EnviroFest applications
St. John's city offices closed Monday for Paddy's Day
Nain boy dies from tuberculosis
A 14-year-old boy from Nain died late Sunday night after being treated for tuberculosis (TB). Richard Pamak, ordinary member for Nain in the Nunatsiavut assembly, said an autopsy will be performed to confirm if the child’s death was ...
Paradise pupils raise money by writing about home
Two students from Holy Family Elementary School in Paradise are runners-up in the national Meaning of Home contest. Each student received $5,000 to donate to Habitat for Humanity Newfoundland and Labrador. The contest, run by Genworth Canada, ...
Aidan Joseph Maloney dead at 97
There have been a number of stories circulated over the past few days relating to how much the late Aidan Joseph Maloney had contributed to Newfoundland and Labrador during his lifetime. There have also been a number of stories about how he ...
Sarah Muzychka of the 2415 Royal Army Cadet Corps participates in International Expedition 2018
Learning to navigate around the many curve balls life throws you is a great skill. Gaining that knowledge when you’re young, and knowing what to do with it, gives people an opportunity to grow and perhaps be one of the leaders of ...
Bay St. George RCMP charge 22-year-old man with assault and uttering threats
A 22-year-old Stephenville man charged with four counts of assault, one of uttering threats and one of choking to overcome is scheduled to appear in weekend and statutory holiday court today. A prepared release from the Bay St. George RCMP said it ...
Roll up the Rim win a Valentine’s Day surprise for lucky Gander resident
GANDER, NL – A routine trip to her go-to Tim Hortons stop in Gander turned out to be quite the Valentine’s Day surprise for Lisa Feltham. On Feb. 14, the Gander resident picked up her usual medium tea – she’s not a coffee ...
Bay St. George RCMP investigating multiple thefts from vehicles in Stephenville
Multiple thefts from vehicles have taken place in the Stephenville area and the Bay St. George RCMP want the public to beware and take precautions. On Friday at approximately 12:00 a.m., Bay St. George RCMP received a report that a vehicle on ...
St. John's Tool Library says DIY cheaper
Sharing tools and skills and helping would be do-it-yourselfers save some hard-earned cash are what a new community venture in St. John’s is hoping for. The St. John’s Tool Library, in partnership with Ordinary Spokes and supported by ...
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 ...