CINDY DAY: Reaching out to a special lady
ROBIN SHORT: Two St. John's buddies are talking Raptors, and lots are ...
VIDEO: Newfoundland dog whisperer has some tips to keep dogs active ...
Call for Indigenous business chamber of commerce in Atlantic region
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Thinking on your feet
KEVIN TOBIN CARTOON: March 28, 2020
World Meteorological Week
SPECIAL REPORT: The ocean’s ‘lungs’ are in the Labrador Sea
20 Questions with Jenelle Duval from Eastern Owl, First Light
Central Newfoundland man dead following single-vehicle accident
Nunatsiavut wants meeting with Premier over COVID-19 data
REPLAY: Thursday, April 9 Newfoundland and Labrador COVID-19 update
La Scie, N.L. man arrested after allegedly getting 450 cartons of contraband tobacco in the mail
ICU beds main challenge in Newfoundland and Labrador COVID-19 projections
'Your cabin party will be our next Caul's': Haggie
People need to budget for COVID-19 pandemic, financial management experts warn
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — It's going to be a busy week for Service Canada employees handling applications for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), a program that's likely going to help millions of people unable to earn a living ...
REPLAY: Wednesday, April 8 Newfoundland and Labrador COVID-19 update
ST. JOHN'S — The live stream for the Newfoundland and Labrador April 8 COVID-19 update began at 6 p.m. NDT, 5:30 p.m. in most parts of Labrador. Wednesday, April 8 briefing Tuesday, April 7 ...
N.L. reports four new cases of COVID-19
Newfoundland and Labrador has recorded four new cases of COVID-19 since Tuesday, all in the Eastern and Central health regions. The number was released in a statement this afternoon. The total for the province now stands at 232. This number ...
One man in custody following apparent car theft gone wrong in St. John's Tuesday night
One man is in custody following an apparent botched car theft in the Shea Heights area of St. John’s Tuesday night. A witness told the Telegram the suspect crashed the car into a snowbank at the corner of Linegar and Chafe Avenues after ...
Canada Post works its way through mail backlog after employee tests positive for COVID-19
Activity is ramping up as most Canada Post workers based out of the Kenmount Road sorting facility in St. John's are back on the job following a recent COVID-19 scare. The focus now, according to Canadian Union of Postal Workers St. ...
NAPE raises concern over supply of protective equipment in health care
David MaherThe TelegramNAPE president Jerry Earle says the union has no choice but to raise the alarm about the supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Newfoundland and Labrador ...
Newfoundland and Labrador government to release projections Wednesday
Peter JacksonLocal Journalism Initiative ReporterWhile only two new COVID-19 cases were reported Tuesday — one each in the Central and Eastern districts — authorities are bracing for a possible post-Easter surge.Officials pleaded with the public ...
This too shall pass: Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador Anglican bishop reflects on good after 1854 cholera outbreak
Horrendous periods in history, as devastating as they are, can also lead to positive changes, and the cholera outbreak of 1854 was reflected on by Anglican Bishop Geoff Peddle as he reminds people that this, too, shall pass. Peddle, the bishop for ...
Goulds homicide was not a random act: police
Police say they believe the killing of a man in Goulds last week was not a random act. The RNC issued a news release late Tuesday afternoon regarding the death of a 20-year-old man on April 2. Investigators originally said they weren’t able ...
Upper Island Cove woman's funny video of her reading children's book gets millions of views
She did it as a joke to poke fun at her twin sister, but an Upper Island Cove woman who posted a video of herself reading a children’s book about a beaver in need of a haircut has gone viral. The video of Barbara Parrott and her hilarious ...