Waterlogged

Waterlogged

Updated on May 05, 2015 - Henry Feltham is back to square one.

Charity pledging Mother’s day support

Charity pledging Mother’s day support

Updated on May 04, 2015 - Health care offerings in Central Newfoundland will get their annual shot in the arm this weekend by way of funds raised during Mother’s Day Radiothons. 

Local

Gander Rotary donates to Nepal relief effort

Updated on May 05, 2015 - Gander Rotary Club, in response to the devastating Earthquake in Nepal last weekend that claimed well over 4000 lives, has pledged to donate $3000 to “ShelterBox Canada” to help in the rescue efforts..

Looking forward to a warmer Sunday

Updated on May 01, 2015 - The Environment Canada forecast for the weekend is calling for more clouds and rain or drizzle for Friday and Saturday, but hold...

Local

Regional

Poacher nabbed

Updated on May 05, 2015 - Scott Curlew of Peterview has been convicted of netting salmon in inland waters.

Regional

Sports

Meeker to get honorary degree from MUN

Updated on May 01, 2015 - Legendary Hockey Night in Canada broadcaster, and former long-time Newfoundland resident Howie Meeker will be presented with an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Memorial University later this month..

Lakers murk up west coast waters

Updated on April 30, 2015 - There’s a myth of buried treasure on a small island near the mouth of the mighty Humber River in Corner Brook, watched carefully by...

Full circle

Updated on April 27, 2015 - Josh Fitzgerald had a goal when he left Gander for the Halifax Mooseheads training camp in August — crack the roster and finish the...

Under the microscope

Updated on April 30, 2015 - The pressure to perform for elite athletes is immense.

World class

Updated on April 27, 2015 - What started out as ‘goofing around’ in the gym quickly became a passion for one member of 5 Wing Goose Bay.

Sports

Business

Concerns addressed in company visit: union

Updated on May 05, 2015 - Ocean Choice International (OCI) chief operating officer Blaine Sullivan was on the Burin Peninsula Thursday to meet with workers at the company’s processing plant in Fortune..

Death in the low Arctic

Updated on April 22, 2015 - Where icebergs go to die, scientists are going to gather data. The CCGS Amundsen leaves St. John’s harbour today — weather...

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Business

Living

Local artwork showcased in pop-up gallery

Updated on May 05, 2015 - National Public Relations in St. John's has created a "pop-up" art gallery in its office space with the help of local artists to illustrate the colourful, unique and creative culture in the province and North America's oldest city..

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Recipes offer tidbits of history

Updated on May 04, 2015 - A 60-year-old soup recipe leaflet appeared at the bottom of a carton some time ago when I returned from an in-home auction here in...

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Living

Opinion

In Tune

Updated on April 30, 2015 - For some people, letting go of the past makes way for new memories, but my old memories are just as important to me as creating new...

Airport gulls

Updated on April 30, 2015 - They have been a problem ever since the airplane was invented - birds!

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

Turning pages

Updated on April 30, 2015 - 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 calendar

Updated on April 23, 2015 - Preliminary noticesRCW will hold a card game on April 25 at 8 p.m., at the McCarthy Centre. Good prizes and refreshments will be...

Turning pages

Updated on April 23, 2015 - Turning Pages is a look back through The Beacon by decade on items of interest.

Social Notes

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Autos

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