La Poile-Rose Blanche ferry ready to go after electrical issue fixed
CINDY DAY: Snow — a weighty subject for sure!
Newfoundland and Labrador government going digital with service delivery
Woman behind Baie Verte rainbow crosswalk surprised by controversy in Springdale
Bonavista Peninsula and Clarenville area town councils weighing in on inclusion
Central N.L. town leaders weigh in on crosswalk issue
Northern Peninsula mayors would be open to rainbow crosswalks
Gander crosswalk offers message of acceptance and inclusiveness: mayor
Eight central municipalities await regional appeal hearings
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Inclusion a core value in Port aux Basques, says mayor
Vehicle topples pump at Port aux Basques gas station
N.L. community groups and organizations receiving $150K for mental health and addictions projects
Port aux Basques council highlights
No purchase of research boat by N.L. last year
Consumer advocate says Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro needs to do more to address consumer costs
Road trip to a town divided: How Springdale really feels about the rainbow crosswalk controversy
Springdale, for those unfamiliar with it, is a town just off the Trans Canada Highway about an hour's drive from Deer Lake. There's a long stretch of road leading into town, where you will find the schools, newer stores and businesses, ...
MUN researchers want to know how much Newfoundlanders and Labradorians know about cancer
Developing a better understanding of awareness and knowledge surrounding cancer — including risk factors, screening and prevention — has led to an online survey for residents of Newfoundland and Labrador. Researchers at Memorial ...
Inmate at Clarenville women's prison dies early Saturday morning
An inmate at the women’s prison in Clarenville died early Saturday morning after staff responded to what the Department of Justice and Public Safety called an “emergency situation”. The department confirmed in a statement issued ...
N.L. government pulls itself together, saves $2M per year
The provincial government is now saving more than $2 million a year by taking up less physical space. In March 2017, a news release marked the province leasing 42,000 fewer square feet of office space than it had in 2016. That number has increased ...
Newfoundland and Labrador government done with MV Earl Winsor
The MV Earl Winsor is taking a step toward the scrapyard. The Department of Transportation and Works has been keeping the former provincial fleet ferry on life support in Lewisporte, but that’s about to change. The vessel has been tied ...
C section rate rises in Canada; Newfoundland and Labrador has second highest rate
TORONTO — A higher proportion of Canadian women are giving birth by caesarean section, even while the overall rate of in-hospital births across the country is declining, says a report released Thursday. The report from the Canadian ...
Danny Williams condemns ‘negativity’ over Muskrat Falls project
There wasn’t much reaction out of Nalcor Energy headquarters to a statement issued by former premier Danny Williams on Friday about the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project. In a one-page news release, Williams put the spotlight on ...
FFAW-Unifor calls for FISH-NL certification application dismissal on release of labour board report
ST. JOHN’S, NL – The Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters of Newfoundland and Labrador (FISH-NL) and the Fish, Food and Allied Workers (FFAW-Unifor) union have another deadline. On Friday, April 20, the province’s Labour ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Liberals launching next phase of ‘The Way Forward’
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Newfoundland and Labrador’s governing Liberal Party is getting ready to launch the next phase of actions of its ‘The Way Forward’ plan for the province. Premier Dwight Ball is holding a news ...
N.L.'s PUB completes auto insurance study
The Public Utilities Board of Newfoundland and Labrador has completed its study into the automobile insurance industry. The information garnered from this study will be presented during a hearing slated for June 2018 according to a news release ...