Labrador MorningRoad opens Southern Labrador to fresh produceJul 28, 2014 | 4:13It used to be, folks could really only shop in their own communities. Now, people can drive up and down Mary's Harbour, Lodge Bay, Charlottetown and more to find the best prices and best selection. Phyllis Mangrove owns the grocery store in St. Lewis.
Labrador MorningAmerican archaeologist back working in Rigolet areaJul 28, 2014 | 7:09Bill Fitzhugh started working in Labrador in the late 1960s as an archaeologist, and has uncovered scores of sites that date back 1000s of years. He is the Director of the Smithsonian's Arctic Studies Centre.
Labrador MorningInternet backlog in Southern LabradorJul 28, 2014 | 7:47If you want to get on the internet in West St. Modeste, good luck. The system is essentially full, and it's just about impossible to log-on, except for a few hours in the early morning when most people are still asleep. The problem is so bad it's interfer
Labrador MorningTown of Happy Valley-Goose Base getting tough on landownersJul 28, 2014 | 7:02Council wants people to know shipping containers are not allowed on propertied withing town. It certainly got people talking. Some supported the move, some were outraged, while others had questions about why it was happening.
Central MorningThe Provincial NDP Transportation Critic Has Questions About Last Week's Long Island Ferry AccidentJul 28, 2014 | 6:12George Murphy is the NDP Transportation critic. He wonders whether the provincial government is doing the right thing by having the Galatea as a swing vessle on the Long Island - Little Bay Island run.
Central MorningNewfoundland Man is Hoping to Find 801 People From This Province to Travel to Beaumont Hamel in 2016Jul 28, 2014 | 7:45The one hundredth anniversary of that event will be on July 1, 2016.
A man from this province is organizing a tour of Beaumont Hamel for 801 people.
Central MorningUpdate on Some Problematic Infrastructure Issues in Gander and the Town's Commitment to TransparencyJul 28, 2014 | 6:15Gerry Parrott, chair of Gander town council's public works committee discusses sewer upgrades to counter last summer's flooding,reducing the pervasive smell from the overburdened waste water treatment plant
the towns commitment to transparency
Labrador MorningCartwirght hosts Sandwich Bay heritage festivalJul 25, 2014 | 4:25Apart from the regular attractions, like music, dancing, and food. It will also have a tour through the past, a walk-through of "them days," so to speak.
Labrador MorningUnion agrees to Wabush Mines workJul 25, 2014 | 3:54The union has agreed to a contract to work for the mine's potential new owner. MFC Industrial is in meaningful talks to take over the operation. That means 500 jobs may soon come back to the area.
Labrador MorningCanoeist won't risk Natokwanan River againJul 25, 2014 | 5:40Jack Frimeth had to be rescued after his trip to raise money for diabetes fell short. It's the second time he's been pulled to safety from the river. The very same thing happened last year.
Labrador MorningNunatsiavut president attends international ICC conferenceJul 25, 2014 | 6:21The Inuit Circumpolar Council conference only happens once every four years. This year, Nunatsiavut president Sarah Leo was there for her first time at the conference.
Labrador MorningLabrador man pushing for Cape St. Charles recognitionJul 25, 2014 | 6:31To locals it's an old fishing village, and geography geeks might know it as the Easternmost point on mainland North America. But to Gerald Pye, the area means a whole lot more. He's starting a push to have the spot marked with a plaquem, and turned into a
Central MorningBusiness has Been booming Because of The Great Summer Weather.Jul 25, 2014 | 5:25People are catching bigger cod than we've seen in years, whale sightings are becoming common. And we've had more icebergs off our coast than you can shake a stick at. Cec Stockley owns Iceberg Man Tours in Twillingate.
Central MorningGander Airport Says the Heritage Campaign for the International Lounge Has it's Facts Wrong..and it's Causing Problems For the AuthorityJul 25, 2014 | 5:59This week, the Airport Authority came out on social media stating the Heritage Society has some of the facts about the Internatinal Lounge wrong. That is causing concern among travelers.