Super board on pause The federal government's plans to create a land and water super board have been put on hold.
Air North sees growth Healthy traffic growth has Air North optimistic about its Yellowknife route a little more than one year since opening.
Lack of addictions services in Sahtu A sentencing hearing for a Tulita man in NWT territorial court Feb. 19 has highlighted concerns about a lack of addictions services in the Sahtu.
Exhibit to re-open historic Berger Inquiry Much of former Justice Thomas Berger life's work has centred around making sure indigenous people have a say in how development happens on their traditional lands.
Deline self-government act gets final read The Deline Self-Government Act unanimously passed second reading Feb. 24, a monumental step for the community.
MLA opens up about bullying Range Lake MLA Daryl Dolynny says that bullying must be talked about. Perhaps it was this sentiment that landed him magenta-clad in front of a gym-full of students, telling them a story he says he had never shared before in honour of Pink Shirt Day.
Fort Smith strikers reach deal An almost month-long strike at the Fort Smith Housing Authority is over.
Hay River strike moves to week three Tensions are high as municipal workers continue their strike action now into its third week but movement from either side is yet to be seen.
Sexual health pushed Zero judgement was the name of the game for the sexual health workshops held last week for young girls.
Fort Smith fire claims one victim A fire in Fort Smith Feb. 22 has claimed the life of one person. The fire was discovered at about 6 a.m. in a duplex on Pike Street.
Still hope for headframe The city voted all-but-one in favour of ending talks over preserving the Robertson Headframe on the Con Mine site on Monday, putting the historical structure's fate in the hands of the territorial government.
Mushrooms draw crowds in South Slave Almost 100 people turned out for a series of meetings in the South Slave last week to hear about the money they could make picking morel mushrooms, which are an in-demand food delicacy around the world.
Randy Turner back exploring Finding diamond deposits is not as easy today, but the Northwest Territories shows enough potential that heavy hitters of the past are returning for the next round.
Aiming for safety and success Students at Chief Paul Niditchie School improved their aim and enhanced their knowledge of rifle safety thanks to the counsel of gold medal biathlete Pat Bobinski last month.
Hay River man convicted of two stabbing deaths Benedict Corrigal will be sentenced May 12 after he was convicted of second degree murder and manslaughter in the deaths of his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend.
Ft. Resolution man charged with breach of bail A man who has faced child pornography charges since September 2013 now faces a new charge for allegedly breaching conditions of his bail.
Art combats bullying Students at Lutsel K'e Dene School are painting two birds with one stone.
Enterprise has a new entrepreneur When Tammy Neal started her own business just over a year ago, she admits it was a scary undertaking.