Application submitted for Judicial Recount in Labrador West
Labrador mothers frustrated, confused, by MTAP program handling of ...
Group aims to help Newfoundland and Labrador communities grow food
Muskrat Falls project manager had concerns about Astaldi early on
SmartICE honoured with innovation award
RCMP investigating human remains found near coastal Labrador community
Happy Valley-Goose Bay man charged with attempted murder
Flood warnings removed for Mud Lake and Mud Lake Road
Labrador City raises prospect of amalgamation
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Salvation Army celebrates 125th anniversary of serving Port aux Basques
Happy Valley-Goose Bay Salvation Army Captains leaving after six years in Labrador
Lawn school’s robotics team competes at FIRST Lego League World Championships
Harbour Grace’s new culture, business group ready to get to work
Ready to rock in Grand Falls-Windsor
Students of Exploits Valley High in Grand Falls-Windsor are getting ready to take to the stage and perform the spectacular Broadway hit musical Rock of Ages: High School Edition. According to promotional material, the musical is set on ...
Salmon Cove L.O.L. group excited to host provincial meeting
This week, members of Loyal Orange Lodge 167 Roseville in Salmon Cove were gearing up for the biggest event in the group’s history. The local group is hosting the 147th session of the Provincial Grand Lodge for the first time in its 106-year ...
NCC announces plans for more conservation work in the Codroy Valley
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is once again moving ahead with conservation plans for the Codroy Valley area this summer. The Grand Codroy Estuary Nature Reserve, the only Newfoundland and Labrador RAMSAR (International Convention on ...
Hopedale school presents play to community
FLOYD SPRACKLIN SPECIAL TO THE LABRADOR VOICE Hindsight is pretty darn good eyesight. If we could only turn back time, how different our lives would be! American playwright E.M. Bell takes a comedic look at teens and why sometimes there are ...
Bishop’s Falls teen determined to not let Tourette syndrome stand in his way
For a year or so, Ryan Carey knew only two positions. If he wasn’t standing up, he was lying down. Carey, 18, was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome at about five years old. Around Grade 8, he developed a tic in his hip that affected his ...
Busy times for Ramea’s 2019 Come Home Year committee
Getting ready for community come home year celebrations is a monumental task, one requiring dedicated volunteers devoting a lot of free time to the most minute of details. This summer, the tiny island community of Ramea, accessible only via ferry ...
Corner Brook man helping Roddickton-Bide Arm breakfast program
Students at Cloud River Academy won’t have to go without the most important meal of the day. It’s all thanks to the efforts of a generous man from the Corner Brook area. Since September 2017, Al Whalen has been driving from his home ...
CNA Happy Valley-Goose Bay campus unveils mural dedicated to awareness, healing
Student artists and an Indigenous artist hope a new mural at the College of the North Atlantic Campus in Happy Valley-Goose Bay will raise awareness of the history of residential schools in Canada and the impact the government-funded, church0run ...
Lorne Squires recognized as Ducks Unlimited N.L. Volunteer of the Year
“It’s just bred in me, I guess,” sums up Clarenville’s Lorne Squires about volunteering his time and efforts to his various endeavours, including Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC). He says his father and uncles were consummate ...
Air Daffodil a much-needed service
Al Pelley, Regional Director of Corporate Partnerships for the Newfoundland and Labrador Chapter of the Canadian Cancer Society. A cancer diagnosis is among the harshest news a person could receive and brings with it, a lot of stress. One ...