Terry Roberts


Terry Roberts is a reporter with CBC Newfoundland and Labrador, and is based in St. John’s. He previously worked for The Telegram, The Compass and The Northern Pen newspapers during a career that began in 1991. He can be reached by email at: Terry.Roberts@cbc.ca.

Latest from Terry Roberts

Wabana's on a water-led win streak, energized by some youthful administrators

After years of turmoil and division, the Town of Wabana is on a win streak, highlighted by a plan to finally start delivering clean drinking water to residents on Bell Island.

Deadline looming for abuse survivors to apply for compensation from N.L. archdiocese

The window is closing for abuse survivors to come forward and file a claim against the Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of St. John's.

A former N.L. Hydro VP is now in charge at the PUB. This critic is not impressed

A former senior Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro executive is now in charge of the board that regulates electric utilities in the province, and special measures are being taken to sure he doesn't bring any bias to the job.

Seafood farming is in bounce-back mode, and the N.L. government is all in on aquaculture

The Newfoundland and Labrador aquaculture industry continues to recover from a disastrous few years, and the provincial government is offering full-throated support.

Wanted man Tony Farrell has long spread fear on Burin Penisula, says mayor

The manhunt for the Marystown man enters its third day Friday, as the 36-year-old evades capture.

As BP abandons highly touted offshore oil prospect, ExxonMobil prepares to drill

Those hoping for a major new discovery by BP Canada in Newfoundland and Labrador's offshore are trying to make sense of the company's decision to abandon its Ephesus prospect.

Come By Chance firefighters reeling after the loss of one of their own

The small Placentia Bay town of Come By Chance is mourning the loss of a dedicated volunteer after Cory Smith was found deceased in his home on Wednesday evening.

A dream New York tour turns into a Montreal airport nightmare for N.L. teens

Air Canada is apologizing for a situation that saw nearly three dozen teenagers from Conception Bay North stranded for three days in Montreal and dashed their hopes of visiting New York City.

Farrell's halts construction on Galway interchange amid tense feud with rival

Construction on a new interchange along the Trans-Canada Highway at Galway has been halted as a feud between two rival road builders continues to simmer.

New St. Lawrence fluorspar mine owner eyes November for long-awaited restart

Hiring is expected to begin in a few weeks, and production could resume by November, as a new owner predicts a bright future for the idle fluorspar mine in St. Lawrence.