Picking up the pace

Picking up the pace

Updated on May 27, 2015 - Although there was a slow start to the season, local fishers say signs of crab are starting to improve.

Ceremony to be held at Czech crash site

Ceremony to be held at Czech crash site

Updated on May 27, 2015 - Alena Zimova, one of 34 people who survived the Czechoslovakian Airlines Flight 523 crash on Sept. 5, 1967, will once again return to the site of the crash for...

Local

Speaking up

Updated at 03:33 - Members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada gathered in Gander today to protest the federal government’s cuts to public jobs and services. MP Scott Simms also joined the group. Carolyn Laliberte, who is helping to spearhead the effort, said the....

Picking up the pace

Updated at 03:33 - Although there was a slow start to the season, local fishers say signs of crab are starting to improve.

Recreation backbone

Updated on May 26, 2015 - Volunteers have long been called the backbone of each and every city, town and organization.

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Regional

Regional

Sports

Moving around

Updated at 03:34 - Joshua Rideout, who is a Grade 1 French Immersion student at Gander Academy, was totally concentrating on keeping the shuttle cock on the badminton racket during the obstacle course station at Recreation NL’s official Recreation Month activities last....

Double Loop

Updated at 03:34 - With approximately 800 teams involved, it is one of the biggest single-sport events in Canada, and a group of under-16 and under-18...

Morawski continues to lead Lakers

Updated at 03:34 - Gander’s Dylan Morawski is edging closer to his ultimate season goal — a spot at the National Age Group Swimming in Quebec in July

Sports

Business

Up for sale

Updated on May 26, 2015 - Carol Wabush Co-op in Labrador City is up for sale..

Rare earth

Updated on May 11, 2015 - If all the pieces fall into place, Labrador could play a major role in a new resource development project.

Business

Living

Art instructor aiming for fun with Art Arbor

Updated on May 26, 2015 - Odell Archibald’s aim is for everyone to have fun at a special arts event that’s being held for the first time this year at the Feather and Folk Nature Festival..

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Ready, Steady, Wiggle

Updated on May 22, 2015 - Australian children’s entertainment superstars The Wiggles will perform at Mile One Centre this fall.

History’s bycatch

Updated on May 11, 2015 - Henry Silva plays the sinister-looking, murderous and ambitious messenger boy for a mobster in the 1963 movie “Johnny Cool.”

Living

Opinion

Flight of the R-101, part two of two

Updated at 03:02 - Last week's column told of the construction in Great Britain in the 1920s of the largest airship ever built up to that time. The British planned to have a fast way to carry passengers and goods to their empire, notably India..

In tune

Updated at 00:02 - Have you ever thought about the meaning of a worthy cause?

Small, but not insignificant

Updated on May 11, 2015 - Two is a very small number. For children, it’s one of the first numbers they’ll learn. Most people have two hands, two feet, two...

Doesn't matter where you live

Updated on April 30, 2015 - As long as you are willing to speak up, it shouldn't matter which provincial district you find yourself living in and voting from...

Opinion

Community

Attention

Updated at 03:34 - The 288 RCSCC Ardent Sea Cadet Corps held its annual ceremonial review on May 21 in front of family and friends....

Community news

Updated on May 07, 2015 - Community notesStacey Gillingham

Turning pages

Updated at 03:33 - Turning Pages is a look back through The Beacon by decade on items of interest. There will be some with news value, some will tell...

Community news

Updated on May 07, 2015 - I’d like to take this opportunity to wish my mother-in-law and all of the other mothers a Happy Mother’s Day. May your day be...

Community