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
NL court ruling could greatly impact Wabush pensioners
Pfizer Canada experiencing EpiPen shortage
Cape Breton Post
Norway’s ban on fur farming comes as surprise in Newfoundland and elsewhere
Baie Verte mayor says fire highlighted other ongoing safety issues
New project launched for seniors in Grand Falls-Windsor
Town of Springdale starting monthly newsletter
Corner Brook couple getting set to open Little Caesars restaurant
Cyber theft hits Cape Breton business
Anchor Point woman wins nearly $25K in Chase the Ace
Stacie Genge can’t remember exactly how she reacted when she drew the Ace of Spades. ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Housing cuts 14 management jobs
The Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation (NLHC) is cutting 14 management positions it announced Thursday. NLHC says this allows them to be more efficient in managing the day-to-day operations and will result in a $1.4 million savings for ...
Snow in the forecast for central Newfoundland today
Central Newfoundland is forecast to receive for some snow for today. Environment Canada issued a special weather statement Wednesday evening for the region. It included Terra Nova, Gander and vicinity, Bonavista North, Bay of Exploits, Grand ...
Corner Brook woman acquitted of driving while impaired by drug
A decision out of provincial court in Corner Brook last week outlines the danger of being too trusting of strangers. The case involved a woman who was charged with driving while impaired by drug after the vehicle she was operating hit a parked car ...
Baie Verte faced with multi-million dollar sewage treatment challenge
BAIE VERTE, NL — When it comes to addressing its sewage outfall problem, the Town of Baie Verte is up a certain type of creek without a paddle, according to its mayor. Brandon Philpott says the town is faced with the challenge of complying ...
Deer Lake asking some residents to be ready for possible evacuation
With water levels in the Town of Deer Lake rising, officials are asking residents in some areas to be ready for a possible evacuation. In a post on the town’s website, the town is asking residents of seven areas to be packed and ready to go ...
Revisiting Western Newfoundland areas affected by wild weekend weather
City workers in Corner Brook dealt with two more water breaks on Monday around the same Beothuck Crescent/Elizabeth Street area that had breaks occur on Saturday. An increase in pressure after having the water shut off, combined with the cold snap ...
Column: Inside Corner Brook’s response to heavy flooding
Todd Flynn’s Saturday morning started earlier than he expected. Corner Brook’s director of protective services heard his cellphone ding at 4:30 a.m. It was his daughter informing him the basement of her Massey Drive home was flooded ...
Man gets house arrest for biting Corner Brook corrections officer
A Corner Brook man who bit a corrections officer in December 2016 has been sentenced to a four-month conditional sentence. William (Billy) Woolridge, 44, was being processed by corrections officers at the Corner Brook lockup when the incident ...
Newfoundland man charged with 20 sex crimes against children pleads not guilty
Less than a month ago, convicted child sex offender Chris Snow sat in the dock in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court Room No. 4 in St. John’s and wept as the judge sent him to prison for 10 years. Monday morning, Chris Snow’s son, ...