SLIDESHOW: Special Olympics golden moment for Stacey Saunders
PHOTO GALLERY: Screech in at the meet and greet
N.L.'s Greg Parsons wants the man who murdered his mother behind the ...
N.L. couple issues warning over seven-year power bill saga
Seventh annual The Gathering runs Aug. 23-24 in Burlington
Small turnout as N.L. power rate protests continue in St. John's
Charges related to 2017 North West River drug bust called in court
Billion-dollar bonus for Newfoundland and Labrador skills training
Relief for residents of southern Labrador as road work proceeds
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Cuts in plant work has ripple effect through Northern Peninsula
Anaconda Mining collaborating with College of the North Atlantic in research and development project
OCI looking for more workers at Fortune fish plant
Gold exploration begins north of Port aux Basques
Newfoundland and Labrador businesses want details on carbon pricing
Home suite home: the sharing economy in central Newfoundland
So Newfoundland and Labrador, about that carbon tax …
Premier Dwight Ball is preparing to pitch Newfoundland and Labrador’s carbon pricing plan to the federal government by its September deadline, but still isn’t speaking about the details. He said the province is developing a unique ...
The Commons officially opens doors to businesses
BONAVISTA, N.L. — The Commons is now officially open as employees, managers, organizers, members of government — and most importantly — business owners who will avail of the services were all in attendance at the opening at the ...
VOCM’s ‘Nightline’ goes quiet
During his show on Monday, VOCM “Open Line” host Paddy Daly spoke about the news circulating on social media, of the cancellation of another of the VOCM call-in radio shows, “Nightline.” “Many of you have heard by now ...
St. Anthony accommodators say it’s common to refer tourists to other accommodations
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. – Tourists arriving without bookings are often having a hard time finding places to stay in St. Anthony this summer. But local hotels, B&Bs and cottages still help out in whatever way they can. Managers at the Haven ...
Expansion of Indian Head Salmon Smolt Hatchery undergoing environmental assessment
Plans are in the works for an expansion to the Indian Head Salmon Smolt Hatchery located near Port Harmon in Stephenville. Northern Harvest Smolt Ltd. has applied to Municipal Affairs and Environment to carry out the expansion, which provides ...
Surf clam decision stays
A controversial arctic surf clam decision will not be revisited under new federal Fisheries Minister Jonathan Wilkinson. Wilkinson became the head of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) on July 18, being shuffled into cabinet by Prime ...
Oceanic Releaf approved for cannabis retail outlet in Marystown
MARYSTOWN, N.L. – Five new cannabis retail locations have been selected in the second phase of request for proposals (RFP) by the Newfoundland Labrador Liquor Corporation (NLC). Three of the qualified applications are for Oceanic Releaf with ...
Jordan and Bonnie Stagg’s Bonavista Adventure Tours bets on themselves and goes all in
BONAVISTA, N.L. — It can sometimes be a big gamble to start a business, but for Bonavista’s Jordan and Bonnie Stagg, the added incentive of being home with their young family makes it all worth it. The young married couple began ...
Applications selected for cannabis retail locations in five more rural N.L. communities
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Five new cannabis retail locations have been selected in the second phase of request for proposals (RFP) by the Newfoundland Labrador Liquor Corporation (NLC). Three of the qualified applications are for Oceanic ...
Burry’s Shipyard made notice of intention under Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — Burry’s Shipyard has filed for protection under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. The Clarenville business filed a notice of intention (NOI) to make a proposal under subsection 50.4(1) of the BIA on July ...