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 ...
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Newfoundland trio will skate for Canadian entries at world U17 tourney
Caribous sitting out Allan Cup this year
Welcome to the Edge: St. John’s NBL franchise reveals name and logo
Girls slo-pitch and boys outdoor soccer provincials underway
Lord’s Cove native cracks Chicago Marathon’s top 500
Team representatives believe parity key to success for West Coast Senior Hockey League
Labrador Winter Games brings region together
“One thing I like to mention about the games is in many ways it’s almost like a come-home year,” Snook said. “It’s often referred to as the friendship games. There’s a lot of family connections between Goose Bay and the communities along the coast ...
Strong finishes for local cross-country skiers at Ontario Cup
Makaila Hudson and Marie Manstan were hoping to place for the World Juniors in Europe, but their qualifying race was cancelled due to weather. They pressed on and competed against top athletes for the Ontario Cup. Hudson took sixth place for junior ...
Port aux Basques Skating Club holds year-end show
The show's theme was "Time Warp" and featured the club's Canskate and Starskate groups performing routines set to music from the 1920s to the 1990s. The show also included performances from the synchro teams, the adult synchro team and several ...
Port aux Basques Piranhas wrap up swim season
The club gathered June 1 to recognize the achievements of swimmers and thank the coaches, executive members and parents who give their support. The club also announced member Emily Graham has been awarded a 2016 Dedicated Swimmer Award by Swimming ...
Bull's-eye in B.C. for Kiley Edmunds
Originally from Isle aux Morts, Edmunds now lives in Halifax but works in Fort McMurray, Alta. Like so many others, he had to leave the oilpatch when a devastating wildfire ripped through the region in May. Edmunds is a dart player, and when he's ...
Spare some time to throw strikes
YBC in Port aux Basques will hold registration for the new season from 2 to 8 p.m. on Sept. 13 at the Bruce II Sports Centre. The cost is $70 per child. Remember to bring your child's MCP number. Bowling will start Sept. 17. Times will be posted ...
St. James Saints earn berth at volleyball provincials
The team dominated the competition at the AAA Western qualifying tournament in Piccadilly Nov. 20. The Saints opened the tournament with a 25-4, 25-12 win over Templeton Academy of Meadows. They followed that with a 25-6, 25-9 win over Appalachia ...
Volleyball Vikings victorious
The 2016 senior A boys volleyball champion Grandy's River Collegiate Vikings.The host Vikings won the School Sports NL senior boys A volleyball championship on their home court Dec. 10, the third year in a row the school captured the title. The ...
Port aux Basques Piranhas back in the pool
On June 2, 11 competitive swimmers traveled to St. John’s to compete at the Summer Classic Swim Meet. All achieved personal best times while competing in St. John’s. Nicholas Davis was awarded the Speedo Dedicated Swimmer Award, and Kailey Strickland ...