ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
Editorial: Data mining gets personal
Bay Roberts soldier long gone, but not forgotten
A look back at the life of Labrador's Private Thomas Flowers
Down Memory Lane: Remembrance Day 2018
U.K. family regularly visits Newfoundland soldier’s gravesite
Muskrat Falls: fact and myth
Letters to Santa
Kevin Tobin's Editorial Cartoons
Province maintained oversight of Muskrat Falls project, former bureaucrat says
House destroyed by fire in Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s
Expect no quick end to Canada-wide cannabis shortages, producers warn
Group of Seven Painting discovered in this province
Marystown shipyard could change hands by December, Mayor Sam Synard says
Driver flees crash after slamming into a tree in St. John's Thursday night
After slamming his car into a tree Thursday night, the driver fled the scene on foot, running through yards in Kilbride. The violent crash happened at about 9:15 p.m. when, according to witnesses on scene, the car ran a stop sign at the ...
Pilot praised for safely getting plane on the ground at Stephenville airport
Chris Grimes, a passenger on a Provincial Airlines plane that made an emergency landing at Stephenville airport Thursday without its front wheels down, had strong praise for the pilots. “I’ve had harder landings with all the wheels ...
Snow and wind hamper driving, knock out power on west coast
Drivers on the west coast had to contend with some messy conditions on the region’s roads and highways Thursday as a winter storm that started Wednesday continued. At 6 a.m. the Department of Transportation and Works issued an advisory for ...
Chief Brendan Mitchell, federal government announce next steps to reconsider denied Qalipu applicants
It may be like re-opening Pandora’s Box all over again, but Chief Brendan Mitchell says starting a new process to get more people accepted into the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Band is the right thing to do. Mitchell, in his role as ...
Neville murder trial wraps up in St. John's
The defence has rested its case in the murder trial of Steven Neville. The trial, which began nine weeks ago in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court in St. John's, wrapped up Thursday after defence lawyers Bob Buckingham and Robert Hoskins ...
Allegations of Liberal ties to numbered company set to take in millions from Canopy Growth lease agreement
For two weeks a question has gone unanswered in the House of Assembly. Who are the shareholders of 80521 Newfoundland and Labrador Inc.? Opposition Leader Ches Crosbie has put the question to the government during every question period since ...
Former Hickman Equipment managers plead guilty
Two former managers of now-defunct Hickman Equipment Ltd. pleaded guilty to fraud-related charges in court Thursday, nearly ending their 16-year involvement with the law. Former Hickman Equipment chief financial officer Gary Hillyard, 64, admitted ...
Not enough bigness in snow crab stocks: researchers
New biological research on the province’s snow crab stocks presented Thursday shows that fewer male crabs are growing to a fishable size. And because there are fewer large males in the snow crab population, the research has revealed, the ...
Former government reps, Nalcor at odds over disclosure
A line has been drawn. On one side sits a collection of former provincial government members and top bureaucrats, while on the other side are representatives from Nalcor Energy, with the issue being the full disclosure of costs for the Muskrat ...
Muster triggered on Hebron platform after reports of smoke
A muster was triggered on the Hebron offshore platform Thursday after reports of smoke in the living quarters. An inspection determined there was no fire. “There was a muster at Hebron, it was safely completed. The muster is over. All ...