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

1 church too many: Mount Pearl Catholics divided over which one to save

The two Catholic churches in Mount Pearl are at the centre of lobbying over which one will be saved — and since church leaders in the city are deadlocked, the decision rests largely with Archbishop Peter Hundt.

N.L. airports part of 'significant air bridge' as weapons, other supplies flow to Ukraine

The frequency of military flights into airports in Newfoundland and Labrador has increased as military and other aid flows toward Ukraine.

Former PC leader Ches Crosbie bankrolled the party last year with $300K in donations

Documents show that Ches Crosbie, the former leader of N.L.'s PC Party, donated $300,000 to his own party last year, as it waged an unsuccessful election campaign that was thrown into pandemic-caused chaos.

4 St. John's Catholic churches sold and set to close doors by September, parishioners told

Parishioners who attended mass at four St. John's churches this weekend learned their places of worship have been sold as part of the Catholic archdiocese's move to settle Mount Cashel sexual abuse claims.

Software troubles blamed for $260M Muskrat Falls cost increase, with N.L. power rates stable for now

Long delays in perfecting a computer software needed to safely transmit Muskrat Falls electricity to Newfoundland are largely responsible for a $256-million increase in project costs, N.L. Hydro officials said Friday.

BP picks up stake in Bay du Nord off Newfoundland while walking away from oilsands

Energy giant BP has become the second oil major to depart Alberta's oilsands and focus on the offshore. BP is buying Cenovus's 35 per cent stake in the undeveloped Bay du Nord project, planned for deep waters east of Newfoundland.

A string of Bay du Nords? OilCo CEO Jim Keating says it could happen over next 10 years

There have been strong hints that Bay du Nord may be the last offshore oil project to get federal environmental approval in Newfoundland and Labrador. But there are notable signs that oil companies and their supporters don't see it that way.

Come By Chance town council to be reactivated following semi-successful nomination day

The town council in Come By Chance will be reactivated following a nomination day on Tuesday that saw five residents step forward as candidates, though two vacancies remain.

Bay du Nord preparations at 'full speed,' Energy N.L. delegates told as conference wraps up

An Energy N.L. conference wrapped up in St. John's on Thursday with an upbeat report on the massive Bay du Nord project, with an Equinor executive saying preparations towards possible sanction are proceeding "at full speed."

St. Bon's a condominium? Private developers circling as committee scrambles to raise money

A new committee formed to purchase the Basilica of St. John the Baptist complex in St. John's is scrambling to raise money as private developers snoop around ahead of bid deadline.