Sarah Antle


Sarah Antle is a journalist working with CBC in the St. John's bureau.

Latest from Sarah Antle

Check, mate! N.L. students to show off their chess skills at national tournament

Students from Grades 1 to 12 are at the 34th annual Canadian Chess Challenge in Montreal on May 21 and 22.

These scientists are teaming up with Inuit communities to study climate change in Labrador

A group of marine scientists researching the coast of Labrador is putting local knowledge first.

Heroic N.L. duo win rescuer award for saving a girl at the beach

Barbara Watson and Tim Hayes were at Broad Cove Beach last August when they heard a girl and her family screaming as the floatie she was on took her out to sea. Because of their heroic efforts, they've been honoured with the Red Cross Rescuer Award.

Busing through history at travelling dinner theatre in Miramichi

Miramichi History Night Character Bus Tours will take passengers from site to site around the city and offer performances, songs and stories from poignant historical characters. 

8 months after losing their doctor, Fogo Island getting a new one, says deputy mayor

Though there has been no formal announcement from Central Health, Deputy Mayor Sandy Crawford said the town is relieved to hear they are getting a new doctor.

Flood damage forces temporary closure of Labrador arts centre, leaving a void for performers

On Jan. 26, the Lawrence O'Brien Arts Centre in Happy Valley-Goose Bay was flooded after a sprinkler in their system was activated.

N.L. artists — including a multitasking music teacher — score 5 Juno nominations

A medley of artists from Newfoundland and Labrador have landed five nominations for the 2023 Juno Awards. 

Government data shows 8 deaths from COVID-19 and 14 hospitalizations in latest N.L. update

Of the 14 COVID-19 hospitalizations from Jan. 15-28, two people required critical care, according to the provincial Health Department.

N.L. launches same-day fly-in, fly-out service for cardiac patients

The government of Newfoundland and Labrador announced a pilot project today for patients to access cardiac catheterization procedures offered in St. John’s via a same-day fly-in/fly-out service.

Calling all writers! New western Newfoundland literary journal Horseshoe could be your lucky charm

Adam Beardsworth and Tom Halford have teamed up to put together a new literary journal in western Newfoundland, one that will feature the region's writers and work with students at Memorial University's Grenfell campus.