NAPE president ponders St. John's Board of Trade boycott
$5 million invested to improve internet service on Great Northern Peninsula
St. John's ECHL bid strikes partnership with Toronto Maple Leafs: sources
No-layoff clause does not extend to next contract: Osborne
Norway’s ban on fur farming comes as surprise in Newfoundland and elsewhere
NL court ruling could greatly impact Wabush pensioners
Pfizer Canada experiencing EpiPen shortage
Marystown native shares personal story of surviving brain injury in new book
Province seeking public insights, ideas for Budget 2018
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Hopedale sisters are crafting tradition
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Going grey: Online gamblers moving offshore to play
Editor’s Note: The following is the second in a three-part series that is running Tuesday, today and Thursday on the grey area of offshore online gamb We’ll call him Ernest. He has a high-profile job in Halifax and a hobby that is ...
Offshore sites capturing growing interest of online gamblers
Editor’s Note: The following is the first in a three-part series running today, Wednesday and Thursday on the grey area of offshore online gambling. It’s being called the new crack cocaine of the gambling world, luring those already ...
ArtsNL’s grant application process moving online in April
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Grant applications for ArtsNL programs are moving entirely online starting in April. The organization’s online grant application system officially opened for pre-registration today, Jan. 2. As of April 2, all ...
Christmas is a special time for Baie Verte woman
BAIE VERTE, NL - For Coretta Stacey, Christmas in Baie Verte is a time to celebrate with family and friends, and to remember loved ones who have passed away. Stacey grew up loving Christmas. Many of the traditions remind her of her father, the ...
A sticky tradition: Bringing back homemade molasses candy
Beacon Reporter Adam Randell tries his hand at a once holiday favourite ...
60 years a Santa
Gambo senior still enjoys suiting up ...
The origins of Tibb’s Eve
Ever have a few alcoholic beverages to celebrate Tibb’s Eve? Many people along the province’s south coast may have, but you might not know how it originated. Although the term itself is quite old, according to Dr. Phil Hiscock of ...
ARCHIVAL MOMENTS: Tippling on Tibb’s Eve
BY LARRY DOHEY In many communities in Newfoundland– the name assigned to December 23 – has traditionally been Tibb’s Eve also known as Tipp’s Eve and more recently Tipsy Eve. It is the first official day of the Christmas ...
Arts and culture centres to get upgrades
You might say Christmas came a few days early for Karl Simmons and his team. Simmons, technical director of the St. John’s Arts and Culture Centre, says upgrades to the lighting and projection technology were long overdue. On Thursday, he ...
Brazilian students in Springdale looking forward to new Christmas experience
SPRINGDALE, NL - As the Christmas season seemingly gets longer all the time, that trend seems even more peculiar to five girls visiting Springdale from Brazil. Forget the fact it is cold - which the five exchange students at Indian River High ...