Funding to boost coding and technology in N.L. schools
Central Newfoundland fire departments show support for Humboldt
VIDEO: Gander hockey family extends support to Humboldt Broncos
Gander strip mall demolition stalled
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Gambo fitness program promotes health for people of all abilities
Gander and Area SPCA starts clearing land for construction
Residents of Eastport Peninsula dip into their wallets and the frigid water
St. John’s man gave police fake name, charged with public mischief
Working at the Burin SPCA both challenging and rewarding, longtime volunteers say
Marystown native becomes top spokesperson for RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador
Organizations receive ArtsNL operating grants
Seniors in Profile: ‘Any good thing we can do, we should do it now’, says Charlottletown man
Fogo Island Inn organizing community quilt hang out
FOGO ISLAND, NL – Fogo Island Inn is celebrating the community’s quilting heritage. The inn is organizing a community quilt hang out on May 5 and is encouraging all households to hang quilts out on their clotheslines to create a ...
Dancing Carbonear woman takes a ‘CHANCE’ on boardwalk
CARBONEAR, NL — A boardwalk in Carbonear has become something of a dance floor for one resident. Cassandra Walsh-Flood has been taking her dancing skills to the public’s eye for a couple of weeks now. She, and sometimes a friend or ...
New Food First NL video series documents seniors’ food knowledge
Food First NL has preserved a treasure of food knowledge from seniors in the province thanks to its new eight-part video series. According to an April 16 news release, instructions on food skills like bottling beets, building a slug zapper ...
Burin theatre group takes on the Grand Ole Opry
BURIN, NL— Stage Left Productions is back and at it again with their up-coming dinner show ...
CINDY DAY: Explaining a hole in the clouds
I don’t spend a lot of time on Facebook during the weekend, but I like to check it a few times. When I did look this past weekend, I couldn’t believe my eyes. Not one, but several photos of a fairly unusual cloud formation. It appears ...
The Food Dude: I didn’t choose the mug life
The mug life chose me. For as long as I can remember, I’ve cooked mug-meals using every foodie’s guilty pleasure: the microwave. Whether you’re in a rush to get ready for work or simply feeling a bit too meh for more tedious ...
The Food Dude: The Superfood Dude
This writer does his best to be a rational, skeptical and scientific human being. I don’t believe in ghosts, psychics or little green men in Area 51. I tend to hold the position that science and rationality can answer every mystery in ...
Book ReMarks: Challengers of the Sea
Jim Wellman’s "Challengers of the Sea" (Flanker Press) is about the people who — well, take a close look at the title — challenge the sea. That’s not how I read the title at first. Truth is, I s’pose, ...
Hant’s Harbour inspires Newfoundland writer’s poetry collection
“I’d Write the Sea like a Parlour Game” is Alison Dyer’s first poetry collection, and contains plenty of poems relating to nature, and the natural beauty of Newfoundland. That includes the Hant’s Harbour area, where ...
CINDY DAY: Early morning blues over the bay
I love to get mail - especially when it comes from curious minds. The other day, June Little was curious about something: the blue land off to the distance. She sent along a photo and asked, “why do New Brunswick and Isle Haute look so blue ...