Iceberg watch in Fleur de Lys
Baie Verte man facing kidnapping charges in Alberta
Baie Verte’s Wilma Hennebury has donated 30 quilts to Ronald McDonald House
Julie Coombs of Springdale receives High School Volunteer Award
Springdale's Mikayla Tuck recognized for leadership and contributions to school and community
Celebrating Canada Day in Baie Verte
Springdale celebrates Canada Day
Former high school a good fit for Baie Verte community centre: consultant
New Beaver Scout Colony coming to Baie Verte this September
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SaltWire to merge four weekly papers in Central N.L.
Net-zero: SW Energy completes first renewable energy grid tie for commercial building
Environmental assessment process underway for Burin-based cannabis production facility
Colemans buys out Belbin’s Grocery in St. John's, but plans to retain name, staff, and signature products and services
C-NLOPB identifies 1.5-million-hectare area in N.L. offshore
Investment Industry Association of Canada bullish on N.L. joining proposed capital markets regulatory system
St. John’s-based totaliQ launches knowledge sharing database solution powered by AI
Within any organization, regardless the sector or industry, there’s bound to be staff attrition at some point and, more often than not, when an employee leaves or moves into a different role, the knowledge they’ve accrued goes with ...
N.L. Coalition for Aquaculture Reform seeking more time to comment on Grieg’s Placentia Bay aquaculture project
A week after the Atlantic Salmon Federation slammed the environmental impact statement for Grieg NL’s salmon aquaculture project in Placentia Bay, another group has come out in support of those concerns and addressed a number of their ...
Environmental review to be done on Marystown Shipyard
MARYSTOWN, N.L. — Placentia West-Bellevue Liberal MHA Mark Browne met with members of Marystown council on Monday, June 25 to announce the province will do an environmental review of the Marystown Shipyard. In a phone call to the Southern ...
Canadian automobile industry looking for skilled labour; targeting millennials, women, new Canadians and military veterans
While no one can predict the future, it’s safe to say that certain industries will always experience quick and continuous growth. Banking, funeral planning, real estate, and telecommunications, just to name a few. Another sector that ...
Ray Ginn retires from retail business in Stoneville
STONEVILLE, N.L. — After almost 40 years in business, general store owner Ray Ginn retired on June 4, closing out a chapter on the Stoneville landmark. “My store was like a real-old fashioned general store,” said Ginn, who took ...
Halliburton coming to Holyrood
HOLYROOD, N.L. — A multinational corporation heavily involved in serving the oil and gas industry is planning to establish a presence in Holyrood. Council members unanimously approved a motion at the Tuesday, July 26 meeting to allow ...
Workers' hours decline at St. Anthony Seafoods
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. – Work has been harder and harder to come by at St. Anthony Seafoods this season. And questions abound around what the government plans to do to help these people make it through the next year. As fewer shrimp are being ...
A first for EVAS Air as all-female crew to fly from Gander to Goose Bay
GANDER, N.L. – Gander-based EVAS Air will set a company milestone this week as an all-female crew will operate a flight for the first time. The flight will travel from Gander to Goose Bay on Thursday, June 28. “This is an exciting ...
N.L. Regulator establishes new subcommittee for genetic research
The Health Research Ethics Authority (HREA) is establishing a separate subcommittee whose express purpose is to review applications to conduct genetic or genomic research on human subjects. The move, the authority says, is in response to an ...
Petty Harbour microbrewery cancelled
At least one of the many microbreweries planned for the province over the last two years won’t be moving ahead. Over the weekend, the Motion Bay Brewing Company — formally registered with the province’s Department of Municipal ...