Newfoundland and Labrador borrowing for severance payouts
St. Lawrence town hall needs renovations
St. Lawrence being considered by CBC’s ‘Still Standing’
Families gather on 9th anniversary of Cougar crash
With St. John's in fold, ECHL about to become more East Coast ...
Editorial: Pills can kill
School name lives to see another day for St. Paul's in Gander
Shortage of GPs in Gander leaves many patients without care
Business, community leaders speak out about GP shortage in Gander
Lawn drama troupe ends drought with regional festival win
Wabush born artist’s work to be exhibited at the Louvre
Seniors in Profile: Roddickton-Bide Arm's Rene Cassell tells his story of devotion to town and church
Plate Cove West woman recounts experience assisting in Cameroon clinic
Author writes about the beauty of Labrador in his recent book “Not Quite Robinson Crusoe”
Stray dog finds new career helping RCMP hunt for drugs in N.L.
ST. JOHN’S, NL – From wandering around a St. John’s neighbourhood on his own, to tracking down narcotics for the RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador, police service dog Luke has had an interesting life. Caught by animal services ...
St. John’s 'coupon queen's' strategic shopping has helped her family save a bundle
She walks into the supermarket like a detective on the trail of a hot case. With grocery list in hand, Tina Crane lays her purse in her shopping cart and takes out a yellow envelope stuffed with coupons clipped for specials on various ...
CINDY DAY: All things were not equal at the Equinox
Some people keep a close watch on the sunrise and sunset times each day. If you’re one of those people, you might have noticed something quite interesting earlier this week. On Tuesday, I got a call from Lorraine in Antigonish N.S. She ...
Grand Falls-Windsor-born hip hop artist making big moves
ST. JOHN’S, NL – He was born and raised in Grand Falls-Windsor, watched his heroes perform at the Salmon Festival, and told his friends he'd be working with those artists someday. Nigel Lewis, also known by his stage name Nasty, ...
Book ReMarks: Preparing the Ghost
Commence with fanfare. Commence with flourish of trumpets. Wow, eh b’ys? I bumped into author Matthew Gavin Frank at Piper’s on Elizabeth Avenue in The Capitol. I’d just seen [!] an ophthalmologist and my pupils were ...
The Food Dude: Getting Grilled – Aunt Karen’s Moreish Mars Bar Squares
It’s time for another edition of Getting Grilled with Food Dude. March’s “grillee” is my awesome aunt, Karen Shano, who agreed to share her recipe for one of the easiest, most delicious treats that can be made in less than ...
VIDEO: Musician hopes to carry Twillingate opera singer's legacy into 21st century
TWILLINGATE, NL – Soprano songstress Tonia Cianciulli has discovered a fountain of musical influence and history in the life of Twillingate opera singer Georgina Stirling. For the past few years, Stirling has become the central muse to ...
St. Anthony Legion recognizes longest serving member
ST. ANTHONY, NL. – Frank Slade’s many years of service to his local Royal Canadian Legion branch have not gone without notice. On March 14, at his home in St. Anthony, Slade received a certificate of appreciation and a pin for his ...
Roddickton-Bide Arm unveils Canada 150 mural
RODDICKTON-BIDE ARM, NL – Roddickton-Bide Arm’s Canada 150 mosaic mural captures the essence of the Great Northern Peninsula town that calls itself the “moose capital of the world.” People, wildlife, forestry, community ...
CINDY DAY: Robin sightings can be deceiving
We can learn so much from observing what goes on around us; I’ve often said that Mother Nature is an awesome teacher. It’s so much fun to get outside in the spring and listen, smell and watch. At this time of the year, I love ...