Kyle Mooney is a journalist and musician living in St. John's.
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N.L. processors dumped 5 times as much crab in 2023 as they did last year
Newfoundland and Labrador fish processors dumped more than 300,000 pounds of snow crab during the past season — an increase of 411 per cent over last year — according to data from the provincial Department of Fisheries, Forestry and Agriculture.
PAL pilots stage protest in push for new contract
PAL pilots rallied quietly at a downtown St. John's hotel Monday morning to put pressure on the regional airline for a new contract that addresses demands about pay and working conditions.
As fuel prices soar, EV advocates say now's the time to consider electric
Those who drive electric vehicles are largely unaffected by the soaring costs for gasoline and diesel. And some EV advocates say now is the time to plan for the future.
Book your rental car early, says N.L.'s tourism minister, as province faces fleet shortage
Steve Crocker says visitors to Newfoundland and Labrador should book their transportation as far in advance as possible to avoid their travel plans being affected.
NDP pushes back on Bay du Nord as decision on fate of offshore project looms
A decision on the Bay du Nord project is due in the coming weeks. But as the date draws nearer, politicians are at odds as to how the project squares with federal commitments to de-carbonize the economy in the coming decades.
Company responsible for fuel spill off Newfoundland says it's working to mitigate impact
The owner of the MV Alaskaborg, a cargo vessel that accidentally discharged 30,000 litres of fuel into the waters off Newfoundland, says it is working with Canadian authorities to mitigate the effects of the accident.
Head of N.L. Muslim association says hate crime legislation only way to end Islamophobia
The president of the Muslim Association of Newfoundland and Labrador says there should be concrete consequences for anti-Islam acts.
Feeling the winter blues? These wellness tips could help
Dr. Janine Hubbard says healthy habits and sunlight are key in battling the winter blues, which she says affects up to 30 per cent of the population every year.
N.L. emergency services scramble to cover Omicron-related worker shortages
Newfoundland and Labrador paramedics, firefighters and police are implementing contingency plans as numerous workers and volunteers are forced to self-isolate due to COVID-19 exposures or positive test results.
Climate experts question N.L. government's $50K trip to Scotland for COP26
Newfoundland and Labrador's delegation at the COP26 climate summit in Scotland in November was the second-largest of any Canadian province. But after Premier Furey used the opportunity to pitch the province's "clean" oil, climate experts in N.L. wonder why he was there in the first place.