La Poile-Rose Blanche ferry ready to go after electrical issue fixed
CINDY DAY: Snow — a weighty subject for sure!
A brief history of Pacific Salmon in Newfoundland
Formal complaint filed over N.L. Liberal MHA’s conduct
Hospital auxiliary honoured as Baie Verte's Volunteer Group of the Year
Jaime-Robin Walsh is the Youth Volunteer of the Year in Baie Verte
Nikki Hutchings named Baie Verte's Volunteer of the Year
Research underway to revitalize the Grenfell Gardens
Cape Ray preparing for 2018 come home year
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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
Fires blazing in hills above Quidi Vidi Village
Burin Peninsula struggles with physician recruitment
BURIN, NL – Physician recruitment is an ongoing concern for rural communities around the world and Eastern Health communications director Tracey Boland acknowledged the challenges apply locally. “Eastern Health recognizes that the ...
Salmon Festival lineup announced
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. – The wait to find out who will be gracing the Salmon Festival stage is finally over. Emerson Drive will headline the country-themed concert on July 14 at Shanawdithit Centennial Park Mayor Barry Manuel and Coun. ...
Springdale students give presentation on rainbow crosswalk, council to review request
SPRINGDALE, NL — A trio of poised and composed students of Indian River High’s Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) presented their case for painting a rainbow crosswalk to Springdale council tonight (April 23). It has been a controversial ...
Out of tragedy, family hopes for Newfoundland and Labrador lost fishermen’s monument
Members of a Shea Heights family who lost three generations and a friend in a tragedy almost two years ago are trying to raise money for a monument on Cape Spear to all of Newfoundland and Labrador’s lost fishermen. The monument would be not ...
New mental health policing model introduced in Labrador West and St. John’s
LABRADOR WEST AND ST. JOHN’S, NL – New mobile crisis intervention teams in Labrador West and St. John’s are another step forward in breaking mental health stigmas, says Premier Dwight Ball. The provincial government announced the ...
Things are too ducky in Burin
BURIN, NL — The Town of Burin is looking into options to help deal with the increasing numbers of ducks in the area. “It seems like over the last two months, that’s the topic of conversation (whether) its church or to a ...
St. Lawrence seeks funding for museum
ST. LAWRENCE, NL — A ventilation system in the Miners Museum in St. Lawrence, which is used by members of 3L training and employment, is in need of servicing. The group employs persons in the community to create jewellery from local ...
Northern Peninsula woman dies in snowmobile accident
CROQUE, NL – A 74-year-old woman is dead following a snowmobile accident in Croque. Roddickton RCMP say they responded to the accident at around 10:30 p.m. last night, April 22. The woman, who was from Croque, died at the scene. She was ...
Spanish Room man says he needs a job to come back home
MARYSTOWN, NL— Travis Hann, a journeymen pipefitter from the Burin Peninsula ...
IN-DEPTH: A town divided — Springdale ponders the question of inclusion
Springdale could have all the hallmarks of a stereotypical, backward rural, Newfoundland and Labrador town, if you were an outsider looking in this past week. Western, remote, a smallish, aging population, with five tall steeples jutting into the ...