Governments, private groups pony up $40 million to improve high-speed internet in ...
Team Canada junior hockey player Drake Batherson has strong roots in Port ...
EDITORIAL: War wounds
Delilah Saunders in hospital again
Too much car could prove costly for consumers
Remembering some well-known Newfoundlanders and Labradorians who passed on in 2017
Christmas storm causes damage in Port aux Basques
STEVE BARTLETT: Tired of weighting around
Public Advisory: Temporary air services in effect for Fogo Island-Change Islands-Farewell
Cape Breton Post
Gander to receive international humanitarian award tonight
Kemuksigak resigns from Nunatsiavut Assembly
Gander issues demolition order for section of ‘dilapidated’ strip mall
Hawkins and Kirby attending Council of Atlantic Ministers meeting in Nova Scotia
Husky Energy moving to suspend operations on SeaRose in N.L. offshore
C-NLOPB suspends operations on Husky Energy's SeaRose production vessel
Port Saunders fisherman Conway Caines says survey discriminated against him because of his job
Port Saunders fisherman Conway Caines claims he was denied the opportunity to voice his opinion in a survey because of his occupation. ...
St. John’s poisoning suspect free on bail, but barred from barista work at Starbucks
A St. John’s man charged with attempting to poison another man days before he is alleged to have tried to murder him by pushing him over a cliff — has been released from custody. Masih Allahbakhshi, 29, was released by provincial court ...
PUB wants more info on 5 Wing Goose Bay's plan to hook to Muskrat Falls
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, NL – CFB Goose Bay may soon get a whole lot greener. The air force base has made a request to Newfoundland Hydro to switch its power generation plant to the Muskrat Falls project. “In response to the ...
Newfoundland and Labrador budget consultations will inform decisions: Osborne
Finance Minister Tom Osborne said he values the province’s existing pre-budget consultation process, in direct opposition to the position of Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Tony Wakeham. The minister was asked about the Wakeham ...
Bail hearing for disruptive flight passenger set over in Gander
GANDER, NL – After two brief court appearances for a bail hearing in Gander provincial court on Monday, Leke Loshi was held in custody pending another court appearance. The 24-year-old man’s case was set over until Jan. 16 at 1:30 ...
Eight named to Order of Newfoundland and Labrador
Lt.-Gov. Frank Fagan on Monday announced that eight people will be invested into the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador at a ceremony at Government House in St. John’s Jan. 31. The recipients are: Terence S. Goodyear, Dr. Falah B. Maroun, ...
Vehicle stolen in Catalina area
CATALINA, NL – A police investigation is underway into the theft of a vehicle from the Catalina area. The incident occurred sometime overnight between Saturday, Jan. 13, and Sunday morning, Jan. 14, according to a news release from the ...
Michael MacIsaac’s family still searching for justice
After they shot Michael and he was crawling into the street, THEN they said, ‘we’re here to help you.’ Yes, but it’s already too late.”- Joanne ...
Meteorologist Cindy Day to keep her eyes on the sky for SaltWire Network
HALIFAX, N.S. - By joining the SaltWire Network as its chief meteorologist, Cindy Day becomes one of the few weather-people on the continent working exclusively for a newspaper organization. “It was time for a change,” she says ...
Update: Corner Brook, Humber Arm South declare state of emergency amid flooding, road washouts in Western N.L.
Corner Brook Mayor Jim Parsons declared a state of emergency late Saturday afternoon just before 4 p.m. Multiple roads are closed in the city, and the highway going in and out of Corner Brook is closed due to infrastructure damage. Parsons says ...