2-minute reads Part 3: Who are the people in our neighbourhood?
Nain man charged with bootlegging
SNC-Lavalin report a ‘red herring,’ Muskrat Falls project team member ...
Talks break off between Vale and USW at Voisey’s Bay
Labrador City mayor resigns
Muskrat Falls project team told Nalcor to expect overruns
Happy Valley-Goose Bay man going to trial on child porn charge
Application submitted for Judicial Recount in Labrador West
Labrador mothers frustrated, confused, by MTAP program handling of ...
The Labrador Voice
Husky inching toward resuming White Rose field production
GUEST COLUMN: N.L.’s construction labour force needs to evolve to handle the next surge in investment
New industrial research chair created at Marine Institute
Plastic straws phased out at IKEA
WhatsApp security breach may have targeted human rights groups
GUEST COLUMN: Wanted: a government that works for workers
New home starts fluctuating on Burin Peninsula
With ups and downs in the number of new housing builds on the Burin Peninsula, one local contractor hopes economic development in the region will help boost the industry. Numbers from Marystown show between 2016 and 2018, 27 applications for new ...
Opportunities exist to grow visitors to southwest coast, says Hospitality NL program coordinator
Linda Hickey says she sees plenty of untapped tourism potential for the southwest coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. Hickey, the program coordinator for Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador (HNL), co-hosted a free information and training ...
Arrival of icebergs creates tourism optimism on Northern Peninsula
It appears a strong season lies ahead for iceberg tour operators on the Great Northern Peninsula. Many bergs have already started appearing near St. Anthony — drifting along the province’s North East Coast on the Labrador ...
GUEST COLUMN: Growing N.L.’s offshore sector should be a a priority for candidates
By Paul Barnes As Newfoundlanders and Labradorians head to the polls on May 16, voters have many issues to consider as they mark their ballots. From health care to social programs to job creation, one thing to keep in mind on election day is the ...
Murray Hupman takes the helm at Marine Atlantic
Murray Hupman, who was appointed president and CEO of Marine Atlantic on April 17, has strong ties to Port aux Basques. He lived here from 1999 until 2011, when he moved to relocated to work at Nova Scotia’s Marine Atlantic base of ...
FISH-NL to proceed with second application for certification
The Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters of Newfoundland and Labrador (FISH-NL) will proceed with a second application for certification — including a province-wide membership drive to begin Aug. 1 — to break inshore harvesters away ...
Lawsuit filed against Stephenville hatchery expansion
A lawsuit has been filed against the Indian Head Hatchery expansion in Newfoundland and Labrador that asks the court to order that the expansion not proceed without a proper environmental assessment. A news release states that Ecojustice — a ...
Cost of auto insurance up in Atlantic Canada during the past year: report
The cost of auto insurance has increased by 6.52 per cent for the average driver in Atlantic Canada over the past year, a recent report has found. LowestRates.ca, an online rate comparison site for insurance, mortgages, loans and credit card rates ...
Carbonear always open for business: Doyle
The Town of Carbonear is open for business, no matter the number of applications coming before the Conception Bay North community. That was part of what Coun. Danielle Doyle had to say during the Tuesday, April 9 council meeting while presenting a ...
Liberal ministers announce Newfoundland and Labrador innovation and business fund projects
Minister of Natural Resources Siobhan Coady and Minister of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation Christopher Mitchelmore on Wednesday announced approximately $2 million for five projects through the Innovation and Business Development ...