Thursday, January 27, 2022

B1617 Variant Behind COVID Outbreak in Central Newfoundland, Fitzgerald Says

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting 4 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday, two of which are linked to the cluster in central N.L, raising the area’s total to 46. Chief...

Hyflodraulic, NTV Win 2021 Royal St. John’s Regatta Championship

The Hyflodraulic crew won the 2021 Royal St. John's Regatta women's championship in what was a historic ending to a historic event. The event usually attracts tens of thousands of...

Isolation Rules Not Enough to Keep a Rotational Worker in N.L

Some rotational staff claim they have carried some of the heaviest burdens under Newfoundland and Labrador's COVID-19 restrictions, and at least one of them has it that the struggle...

Police Investigating Possible ‘Attempted Abduction, Luring’ in St. John’s

Three incidents in recent days have police giving a warning regarding a man who they say tried to abduct a woman and lure other persons in St. John’s. In a...

A Powerful Documentary Is Keeping Hannah Thorne’s Memory Alive

Five years ago, Hannah Thorne, an 18-year old girl was killed by two men drag racing on a narrow highway on Route 75 near New Harbour. Gail Thorne, the...

St. John’s Company Training Persons for High-Demand Jobs

Last May, things were not looking good for Clarke Oake. Oake was laid dismissed from his rotational work in Grand Prairie, Alta. As an electrical engineering technologist is working on...

Terra Nova’s Owners Have Struck a Deal to Continue the Project. What Next?

Entire Newfoundland and Labrador towns hoping for an agreement to be reached for the Terra Nova oilfield are breathing easier Thursday following a deal in principle was announced on...

Target of 3-day Police Search Acquitted of Armed Robbery Allegations

A man from Bishop’s Falls who was subject of a 3-day police search in Newfoundland has been cleared by a court having been found not guilty of armed robbery. The...

Archdiocese of St. John’s Plans to Sell Church Properties to Pay Mount Cashel Victims

The Archdiocese of St. John's says it will be downsizing and selling off some church properties to compensate victims of abuse at the Mount Cashel Orphanage in the 50s. In...

Catholic Church Selling Assets to Pay Mount Cashel Survivors, but Lawyer Says It Won’t...

The Archdiocese of St. John's is organizing to sell off its properties to recompense men who were sexually abused at the ex-Mount Cashel Orphanage in the 1940s, ‘50s, and...