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
RCMP looking for missing Clarenville man last seen in Arnold’s Cove
Facts laid out in events leading up to Hannah Thorne's death
Pete Soucy confirms ‘bold step’ decision to seek Liberal nomination in Bonavista-Burin-Trinity
Joe Smyth acted appropriately: report
Overdue Berry Picker located near Burgeo
Bruce II pool gets free $117K upgrade
Snowmobile Federation AGM set for Oct. 15-16
The meeting will include highlights from the past season, discussion on the upcoming season and election of officers. Please refer to the NLSF website for agenda details and schedule. Website: www.nlsf.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ...
Protest planned at Muskrat Falls Oct. 3
The North Spur is located across the river from the Muskrat Falls dam site. Kirk Lethbridge, one of the organizers of the protest, said they don’t believe the North Spur — a dam which has been the source of controversy since the ...
‘Time is of the essence’ in assisted dying case: chief justice
The matter was heard in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court on June 14, concerning a 66 year old man suffering from prostate cancer. Lawyer Kyle Rees said that his client meets the criteria to end his own life under a 2015 Supreme Court of ...
Man demonstrates outside hospital over shortage of family doctors
In those three months, the Steady Brook man is hoping for one thing: to find a family doctor. Howse’s former doctor left the city last September, leaving him without a primary-care physician for the first time in his 59 years. In the time since, ...
Boat Harbour man back on Burin Peninsula after yearlong stroke battle
Last July, Greg Denty was returning to his job on an oil rig in India when he collapsed at Frankfurt Airport in Germany. The 44-year-old had suffered a stroke. On Monday, the couple made the trip from the Health Sciences Centre in St. John’s to the ...
Rio Tinto restructures company
The IOC mine site.This prompted industry analysts to suggest a sell-off of some if its assets may be coming. The company split into four divisions — aluminum, copper and diamonds, energy and minerals, and iron ore. “Iron ore will be ...
Newfoundlanders/Labradorians ready to mark Beaumont Hamel centennial
If anything, the observance of Memorial Day has grown stronger in recent years. Here are just a few of the stories from the province’s TC Media outlets marking the sombre anniversary. Follow the links for complete coverage. ‘Better than the ...
Funding announced for CFB Goose Bay
Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajian announced $12 million in funding to upgrade its airfield. “In our 2016 federal budget we announced that the department of national defence will invest $200 million in infrastructure for Canadian armed forces ...
LIFO 'not a sustainable instrument of public policy': minister
“After a thorough review of the Ministerial Advisory Panel Report on the Northern Shrimp fishery’s Last In, First Out policy, I wish to confirm acceptance of its fundamental recommendation. The panel determined that after being in place for about 20 ...
Bail hearing set for accused kidnapper
When Laura Dodge returned to provincial court today, her lawyer, Erin Breen, requested a bail hearing for the 23-year-old. Breen and Crown prosecutor Jessica Gallant agreed to hold the hearing on July 25. Related story: Quick-thinking relative ...