Mike Moore is a journalist who works with the CBC Newfoundland and Labrador bureau in St. John's.
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Hitting the trail over the long weekend? Helmets are now mandatory for ATV riders in N.L.
With the long weekend ahead comes a new law: helmets and seatbelts — if installed by the manufacturer — are now mandatory on all ATVs.
Fuel prices drop sharply in N.L. with another unscheduled change
Gas, diesel and furnace oil are all down sharply across Newfoundland and Labrador.
Instability, lack of monitoring likely factors in fatal sinking of St. Lawrence fishing boat: report
A new report into the 2020 sinking of the Sarah Anne off Newfoundland's south coast says the fishing vessel likely capsized suddenly, sending all four crew members into the water and causing their deaths.
As tourists return, tour boat operators are feeling the pinch of high diesel prices
After two years of the COVID-19 pandemic taking big bites out of tourism business, some owners are facing another challenge with the rising costs of fuel.
Groceries or COVID-19 tests? Critics say the cost of rapid tests puts them out of reach for some
Angela Power wants to know why the provincial government gives free tests to children and their families but others are left paying for the tests.
7 new COVID-19 deaths as N.L. expands boosters for seniors and teens
Newfoundland and Labrador will begin offering a first COVID-19 booster dose for people between 12 and 17 years old starting April 25, Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Janice Fitzgerald said Wednesday.
Portugal Cove-St. Philip's residents elated with funding for new school
Residents of Portugal Cove-St. Philip's say the community has been missing one important service: a high school they can send their children to instead of busing them to nearby St. John's.
MHA questions plan to fold N.L.'s 911 board into Justice Department
As the Newfoundland and Labrador government prepares to fold the province's independent emergency 911 board into the Department of Justice, an opposition MHA and the board itself have doubts about the plan.
Birds are dying by the hundreds in western Newfoundland. Seabird experts want to know why
Dead seabirds are showing up by the hundreds on the ice and on shore near the town of Hampden, leaving residents and biologists stumped. Similar reports have also come in from Labrador and northeast Newfoundland.
N.L.'s share of federal funding not enough to deal with surgery backlog, says medical association
Before an injection of new federal funds for health care gets put to use in Newfoundland and Labrador, the Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association wants workers on the front lines to have their say on how to spend it.