N.L. groups demand provincial task force on gender violence
Parents and therapists both face problems within current N.L. autism therapy system
Flu vaccination program to begin on Oct. 23
Newfoundland and Labrador's new driver’s licences unveiled
Opening up the conversation on local media in N.L.
Team representatives believe parity key to success for West Coast Senior Hockey ...
Memories of Petites
Caribou disaster: Loss of husband, father left family impoverished
Caribou disaster: A grandson remembers
Cape Breton Post
Right whales may impact Marine Atlantic travel
‘Vital Signs’ looks at quality of life in NL communities
FISH-NL and FFAW still at odds over harvester numbers
Number of N.L. inshore harvesters still not settled with release of labour board list
N.L. government issues call for municipal capital works funding applications
Tentative agreement reached between NAPE and Country Ribbon
Biologist says animal print from Northern Peninsula was from a bear, not a big wild cat
Provincial wildlife officials say a paw print a Northern Peninsula man suspected belonged to a large wild cat was more likely made by a bear. In an article published by The Western Star last Saturday, Greg Patey recounted his alleged encounter ...
Committee formed to identify ways to end violence against females
Justice and Public Safety Minister Andrew Parsons and Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women president Linda Ross will co-chair a committee aimed at finding ways to make Newfoundland and Labrador a safer place for women and girls. The ...
FISH-NL to make announcement on certification application on Thursday
FISH-NL has called a news conference on Thursday relating to its application for certification before the province’s Labour Relations Board. ...
Canso man’s wallet lost at sea, turns up 4 years later
Capt. John Baker got a call from a friend a few nights ago saying that his wallet had been found. In the silence that filled the following moments Baker’s mind raced back to the night he lost his wallet. It was Dec. 22, 2013, and Baker ...
A dozen people walk out on regional consultations in Stephenville
Kippens Mayor Debbie Brake-Patten believes the proposed regional government in this province is just another level of government to tax people out of their homes. That’s why she was one of a dozen people to follow Dave Callahan, a resident ...
Smoking kills nearly 1,000 NLers annually: CBoC study
A new study published this week by the Conference Board of Canada reveals smoking continues to be a big healthcare burden in N.L. ...
Port Saunders fisherman defiant over remarks he made about the FFAW
PORT SAUNDERS, NL – Despite threats of a lawsuit and a demand for an apology, fish harvester Conway Caines remains defiant in his criticism of FFAW-Unifor. In September, Caines made harsh remarks on VOCM’s “Open Line” ...
Early sparring signals Elections Act fight in N.L.'s House of Assembly
It could be a long week in the House of Assembly, as opposition parties signalled Monday they won’t do any favours to rush through amendments to the province’s Elections Act. The legislature convened Monday for an emergency session of ...
Premier, Nalcor board in tug-of-war over Muskrat Falls disclosure
Premier Dwight Ball said in the legislature Monday he is willing to change the Energy Corporation Act to force Nalcor Energy to be more transparent, and behind the scenes he’s been pushing for the company’s board of directors to provide ...
RCMP looking for missing Clarenville man last seen in Arnold’s Cove
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — Police in Clarenville are looking for a man who has been missing since last night. ...