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Province should expect feds to push cuts: Vardy
Carbonear hospital evening clinic remains necessary as Eastern Health ...
Geoff Tooton remembered for kindness, love of business and learning
Town of Clarenville addresses destruction of The Wave
Clarenville’s St. Jude Hotel rebranded as Quality Hotel
Eastern Health expects new recruits will benefit internal medicine at ...
Bay Roberts RCMP investigating overnight home invasion
DEBBIE TRAVIS: How to decorate using bold botanicals
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Port aux Basques minor hockey president sets record straight about storm-stranded players
Underrated, but not to be overlooked
Goalie Ryan Hancock has to be on top of his game for bottom-ranked Stephenville Jets
Clarenville goalie to guard Team NL’s crease at Canada Games
Clarenville Canada Games skier competes at Eastern Canadian Championships
Two provincial championships in one weekend for Will Butler of Kippens
Kathy Senior of Red Harbour lacing up with Team NL
Kathy Senior of Red Harbour is looking forward to taking the ice as a member of Team NL’s women’s ...
Corner Brook Royals off to hot start as senior hockey playoffs begin
The Corner Brook Royals went a long way towards booking a spot in the West Coast Senior Hockey League final over the weekend with a pair of wins as the double round robin semifinal got underway. On Sunday at the civic centre in Corner Brook, the ...
U.K. native happy to help grow the sport of rugby in Corner Brook
If Donald Mhlaba arrived in Corner Brook about two years earlier, he would have been seriously disappointed. An avid rugby player since his days in primary school back in his hometown of Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England, the now-42-year-old found ...
Sexton Lumber places second in fundraising at Log a Load for Kids hockey tournament
At the Log a Load for Kids Charity Hockey Tournament, hosted for the first time in Clarenville Feb. 1-2, home team Sexton Lumber of Bloomfield placed second in fundraising — contributing $18,500 to the total $64,000 to be donated to the Janeway ...
Stewart hoping Corner Brook Regional High Titans can prove to be the best of the best at Hall of Fame Cup this weekend
It’s Thomas Stewart’s last of three years spent with the Corner Brook Regional High Titans senior boys basketball team. “I don’t really think about it right now,” he said. “I’m sure when it’s all ...
Ready to dance: brother, sister duo ready to compete for Team NL at Canada Winter Games
A brother and sister figure skating duo who train in Labrador City are hoping to make their mark as they prepare for the next milestone in their careers: skating on the national stage at the Canada Games. James and Norah Levesque-Morrisette live ...
Mount Pearl teen Zach Dean has plenty of hockey upside, but first will skate in Canada Winter Games
His name is Zach Dean, and most hockey fans in this province haven’t heard of him. They will. Dean is a just-turned-16-year-old hockey player from Mount Pearl who will be suiting up for Newfoundland and Labrador at the Canada Winter Games ...
Corner Brook Royals close out their regular season with win over Stephenville Jets
It happened a few days later than planned because of winter weather wiping out the pair of games scheduled for this past weekend, but the Corner Brook Royals are officially in playoff mode. The Royals concluded their West Coast Senior Hockey ...
St. Anthony hockey player heading to 2019 Global Girls Game
Jenna Diamond will be spending her 14th birthday playing hockey against some of the finest young female hockey players across Canada. The St. Anthony native was one of two bantam female hockey players from Newfoundland and Labrador selected to ...
Mushers considering boycotting Labrador Winter Games
A group of mushers in Labrador is looking at boycotting the Labrador Winter Games (LWG) unless the dog sled races are changed from exhibition sport back to being a regular event. Dog team racing was always part of the LWG, with the races counting ...