Terry Roberts

Reporter

Terry Roberts is a reporter with CBC Newfoundland and Labrador, 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

N.L. government paying $2.3M to acquire unsightly but prized land adjacent to war memorial

The Newfoundland and Labrador government has acquired an unsightly but valuable plot of downtown St. John's land in order to expand the footprint of the National War Memorial ahead of the site's 100th anniversary on July 1.

This injured fisherman paid a heavy price protesting for free enterprise

Baie Verte Peninsula fisherman Richard Martin will miss most of the 2024 fishing season because of a fractured hip he suffered following a tussle with police during a March 20 protest in St. John's.

Paradise minor baseball officials face questions over missing money and fee hikes

Paradise minor baseball officials are facing questions over the disappearance of thousands of dollars, and a decision to sharply raise registration fees for the upcoming 2024 season.

Long-delayed tomb arrives at N.L. cenotaph in preparation for unknown soldier

The base of a new tomb that will be the final resting place for an unknown First World War soldier was lowered into place at the National War Memorial in St. John's on Tuesday.

How a cannabis crash is weeding out the field, while it's a slow burn for others trying to survive

Millions of dollars have gone up in smoke in Newfoundland and Labrador as cannabis producers hoping to cash in on legalization have crashed and burned, although at least one company says it's determined to stay in business.

Vigil planned for slain St. John's woman as accused husband questions legal representation

A man accused of murdering his wife raised questions about his legal representation during a court appearance in St. John's on Wednesday.

1 of the last surviving N.L. WW II veterans honoured on 100th birthday

The man known affectionately in Spaniard's Bay as Uncle Johnny Pauls was honoured Saturday as he turned 100 and marked nearly eight decades of service to the Royal Canadian Legion.

St. John's Muslim community buries slain mother of 5, launches trust fund campaign

A fundraising campaign is being launched by the Muslim Association of Newfoundland and Labrador in the wake of the slaying of a mother of five young children.

St. John's murder suspect Ibrahim Alahmad remains silent through court appearance

The St. John's man accused of killing his wife last week was uncommunicative when he appeared before a judge by telephone Monday, prompting the high profile case against Ibrahim Alahmad to be adjourned until Tuesday.

St. John's Syrian community shocked by woman's slaying; police lay murder charges

The St. John's Syrian community is grieving and expressing shock following the homicide Tuesday of a mother of five children.