N.L. celebrates coronation of King Charles III with Government House event

Wet, cold St. John's weather didn't stop crowds from taking in the royal festivities, which included a 21-gun salute and Inuit drumming.

Throne speech touts cost-of-living, health-care spending, as Liberals back away from doom and gloom

Lt.-Gov. Judy Foote presented the government’s legislative priorities — and touted previously announced initiatives — on Wednesday in a throne speech that broke from past focus on Newfoundland and Labrador’s dire financial straits.

Meet the 8 newest recipients of the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador

This year's recipients are Robert Cormier, Dr. Catherine Donovan, Alan Doyle, Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, Carla Emerson Furlong, Joseph Goudie, Dr. Proton Rahman and Max Short.

PC Leader David Brazil recovering from 'medical event'

The Opposition party says MHA Barry Petten will take over Brazil's duties in the meantime.

In church and in living rooms, N.L. says goodbye to Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth meant a lot to Newfoundland and Labrador, said her representative in the province at a ceremony in St. John's on Monday, a provincial day of mourning to mark the late monarch's death.

Hedley Lake, last remaining survivor of Second World War N.L. ferry sinking, dead at 103

Hedley Lake, celebrated as the last remaining survivor of the sinking of Newfoundland ferry SS Caribou during the Second World War, has died at the age of 103.

St. John Ambulance event honours 18 people for saving lives in N.L.

Eighteen people from across Newfoundland were honoured at Government House in St. John's on Thursday for their acts in helping to save lives. 

WWII veteran celebrates 100th birthday with motorcade, well wishes

Bill Saunders was given the royal treatment for his 100th birthday Saturday, with a motorcade of family, friends and well-wishers past his St. John's home.

Surviving Second World War veterans honoured with a night out in St. John's

There are only 80 Second World War veterans left in Newfoundland and Labrador, according to the Royal Canadian Legion, but 12 were honoured in St. John's on Friday night.

Opposition leaders say questions linger as House of Assembly breaks early for summer

Newfoundland and Labrador's House of Assembly officially adjourned for the summer Wednesday, and opposition leaders say that brought an early end to important discussions.

John Abbott, looking dapper in a $50 suit, finally sworn in as an N.L. MHA

It's been a wild 15-month political ride for John Abbott, but he is finally the official representative of the residents of St. John's East-Quidi Vidi in the House of Assembly.

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In today's Morning Brief, we look at paid sick leave and how it has helped some businesses during COVID-19.

Opposition lobbies for independent election review as House opens for business

The PCs and NDP kicked off regular business in the House of Assembly on Monday by pushing the Liberals to embrace an independent examination of the election.

Doom and gloom hang over throne speech, as Liberals promise growth

The Queen's representative in Newfoundland and Labrador uttered ominous words from the House of Assembly Thursday, outlining an era the lieutenant governor framed as both an impending disaster and an opportunity.

N.L. heading to the polls on Feb. 13 as Andrew Furey seeks Liberal majority

Newfoundland and Labrador voters will head to the polls on Feb. 13, a Saturday — a first for an election in the province.

A winter election amid a pandemic? Bring it on, say N.L. opposition parties

Premier Andrew Furey won't confirm, but there's growing chatter about a winter election in Newfoundland and Labrador.

New N.L. premier, new finance minister: Andrew Furey takes office and shuffles cabinet

Andrew Furey has been sworn in as the 14th premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, at a time when the province faces one of its worst fiscal challenges with a near-record deficit of $2.1 billion this year.

Andrew Furey to be sworn in as premier on Aug. 19

Premier-designate Andrew Furey will officially be sworn in on Aug. 19, making him the 14th premier of Newfoundland and Labrador. 

Dwight Ball fights back tears in farewell Liberal address

"I will be forever grateful," Newfoundland and Labrador's outgoing premier told party faithful Monday, shortly before Andrew Furey won a leadership race to succeed him.

Late archivist Larry Dohey remembered with Historical Society award

Dohey, who died in August, was posthumously honoured as a champion of Newfoundland and Labrador history and heritage.

Controversial hire Carla Foote resigns from The Rooms

Foote, who was hired for an executive-level marketing position without any job competition, is taking a job in the Office of Public Engagement.

Condolences pour in following death of N.L. icon John Crosbie

News that iconic Newfoundland and Labrador politician John Crosbie has died is sweeping across the province, and condolences are pouring in from the public as well as former premiers and prime ministers. 

8 new names added to Order of Newfoundland and Labrador — including Santa

Eight people from across the province have been named to Order of Newfoundland and Labrador, including Santa's longtime stand-in, Bruce Templeton. 

Here comes Hanukkah: Jewish community in St. John's light the menorah

Rex McGuire has a big week ahead of him — the eight-year-old celebrates both Hanukkah and Christmas.

New Labrador MHA reflects on a fall filled with ministerial apologies

Lela Evans looks back on the vote to censure cabinet minister Christopher Mitchelmore and explains why she's trying not to be disillusioned by the premier's actions.