Wave Hotel being rebuilt in Clarenville, NL
Crab fishermen fined total of $16,000 for 2017 incident off Port au ...
St. Anthony hosts annual Red Shoe Crew Walk
Report of man attempting to lure youth into vehicle in Holyrood
Ground work begins this fall for Harbour Grace park redevelopment
SPLASH Centre receives grant for mental health first aid training
Goose Bay commemorates Battle of Britain 79th anniversary
38th annual Terry Fox Run held in Goose Bay
Moose hunting opens in part of Gros Morne this weekend
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Newfoundland and Labrador's new ‘OilCo’ gets its board of directors
Mahone Bay tick spray inventor earns national award
ENTREVESTOR: ReelData enters prestigious accelerator program
UPDATED: Cape Breton Ski Hill ordered to pay $30,000 for trying to block golf course sale
Five processors have monopoly on inshore fishery: FFAW-Unifor
Processors say some progress made on specific issues facing this year’s squid fishery
Imperial Oil appoints new president as current CEO transitions toward retirement
Imperial Oil Ltd. has named Brad Corson its new president as the current chief executive officer heads toward retirement at the end of the year. Rich Kruger, who heads the Calgary-based petroleum company, will retire at the end of December, ...
Dover experiencing minor tourism bump this summer
The spinoff from the smash Broadway hit Come From Away still resonates in the Town of Dover. The initial boost came two years after the musical production opened when the summer of 2018 tourism numbers rose 38 per cent over the previous year. The ...
Newfoundland and Labrador government signs production deal with new cannabis supplier
Another marijuana production facility is being built in St. John’s, with some familiar surnames in the mix. The province announced Wednesday that it has entered into a 20-year production and supply agreement with Atlantic Cultivation Inc. and ...
PUB releases second report on rate mitigation options
The Public Utilities Board (PUB) on Tuesday released two reports commissioned as part of the Reference on Rate Mitigation Options and Impacts Relating to the Muskrat Falls Project. One of the reports, by Synapse Energy Economics Inc., called ...
GUEST COLUMN: Labour Day: a celebration of workers and unions
By Mary Shortall Labour Day is a very significant day for workers. It is a day of celebration for achievements made through union sacrifice and struggle. On Labour Day we celebrate the unions who led the way in the fight for rights and workplace ...
Ford recalls 665,000 vehicles for safety issues, includes Atlantic Canadian vehicles
The Ford Motor Company issued four recalls Friday affecting over 665,000 vehicles in North America. The recalls cover braking seal leaks, corrosion of battery juntions, loss of power steering and seat belt restraint issues. The company said ...
Decades-old family business in Spaniard's Bay undergoes another transformation
Change has come around every 30 years for the O’Neill family business in Spaniard's Bay. Established in 1960, the family business started off as grocery store opened by Joe and Teresa O’Neill. The Shop n’ Save Supermarket ...
Cannabis retailer in Newfoundland and Labrador says red tape hindering business
Nearly a year after the sale of marijuana became legal in Canada, the owner of a retail outlet in Newfoundland and Labrador says provincial regulations remain a barrier to his operating a successful business. There are 25 outlets province-wide ...
MUN to build new harsh environment research facility
Memorial University said Tuesday it will establish a new Harsh Environment Research Facility (HERF) in St. John’s to strengthen the region’s infrastructure and expertise in technologies operating in harsh environments. The research ...
Former Grenfell Co-Op in St. Anthony may possibly reopen
St. Anthony may be one step closer to having another grocery store open at the former Grenfell Memorial Co-op. A spokesperson for Colemans, a grocery store chain based out of Corner Brook, confirmed Aug. 21 the company has an arrangement with the ...