Devastation, distinction: Battle of Beaumont-Hamel is etched in ...
ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
The psychology of war in Atlantic Canada: war wounds beyond the ...
CINDY DAY: Daytime moonlight
British Bazaar seeks protection from creditors
The Shop Salt opens temporary store in Grand Falls-Windsor
Lewisporte leader mourned
OUT & ABOUT: What's happening in central this week
Central section in suitable condition for riding, says enthusiast
The Central Voice
Privacy commissioner scolds Department of Transportation and Works in Grand Falls-Windsor
Two youths charged after stolen vehicle smashes into Pasadena school
Muskrat Falls inquiry Commissioner orders project director pay public
N.L. crab fishers taken aback by DFO's latest details on crab data
Letto replaces Parsons as minister of Municipal Affairs and Environment
Port Au Port East foster parent wants 1.6 km bus issue resolved
While she wasn’t out of her vehicle demonstrating, Sandy Benoit was close by in her vehicle when a protest against the 1.6 family responsibility zone took place on Monday. The Port au Port East woman couldn’t leave her vehicle near St. ...
Man accused in Portugal Cove-St. Philip's plow truck crash appears in court
A 23-year-old man from St. John's has been sent for a week-long psychiatric assessment following a crash in Portugal Cove-St. Philip's that saw two cracked utility poles and an upside-down pickup in a ditch. Jake Dalton wore hospital ...
Alcohol or drug use affects ability to drive: IBC
Over the weekend, the Holyrood RCMP charged two people with impaired driving — one allegedly impaired by alcohol, the other allegedly impaired by being under the influence of cannabis. Both were released from custody to appear in provincial ...
Trial begins in St. John's for former Eastern Health employee
The trial of a former Eastern Health employee accused of defrauding the health authority of thousands of dollars got underway in St. John's Monday. Debbie McGrath, 51, was an employee of the Newfoundland and Labrador Public Health Laboratory ...
Muskrat Falls Project director warns of ‘knew-it-all-along syndrome’
Muskrat Falls project director Paul Harrington said he understands there can be optimism bias on construction megaprojects like the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project, but denies Nalcor Energy’s project team fell victim to it. “I ...
Newfoundland offshore oil spill prompts debate about safety, environment
The regulator for the province’s offshore oil industry says while it has the authority to tell oil companies to stop producing in bad weather, the companies don’t need permission to restart their operations. Scott Tessier, CEO of the ...
Short-term contract awarded to Bull Arm fabrication site for work on ultra-deepwater semi-submersible drilling rig
Local contractor DF Barnes has been awarded a contract by Seadrill that will bring the ultra-deepwater semi-submersible drilling rig, West Aquarius, to the Bull Arm fabrication site. Nalcor Energy-Bull Arm Fabrication has signed a short-term ...
Port au Port East demonstrators skeptical about courtesy stops trial for school buses
Demonstrators who blocked bus access to St. Thomas Aquinas School in Port au Port East on Monday morning may be back at it again. That’s if a proposal by the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District for “courtesy stops” ...
St. Lawrence Council exploring banking options for the town
ST. LAWRENCE, N.L. The Town of St. Lawrence is exploring banking options for residents. Currently, the only banking service in the town is an ABM (automated banking machine) belonging to Scotiabank. And it doesn’t always work, ...
Loose batteries catch fire in drawer in Charlottetown home
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Alicia Packwood and Damien Morris had never heard of loose batteries causing a fire until they received a scary wake-up call on the weekend. They’re now hoping a fire that occurred in their Charlottetown home early ...