Gambo Relay for Life raises $16,000
Continuing success for Gander-born hockey player
Preparing for the big games: Gander athletes looking forward to upcoming Special ...
Gambo's Smallwood Academy continues annual Shave for the Brave fundraiser
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Newfoundland Power applies for rate increase
Building the faith: Gander Evangel Pentecostal invests in new church
Newfoundland and Labrador doctors say family medicine needs reboot
Burin Peninsula to host global music conference
Elementary choral exchange between N.L. and Louisiana spurs new francophone arrangements
YouTube a cappella sensation Solala will make North American debut in St. John’s as part of Podium Festival
Carbonear dancer Natasha Haraga to represent Canada at Dance World Cup
Newfoundland and Labrador Public Library fun is not just for kids
New multi-media installation at Mount Scio Savoury farm scheduled for Canada Day
Brock White earns second place in essay contest
ST. ANTHONY, NL. – A Grade 7 St. Anthony student’s reflections on a life-changing experience has earned him recognition from a provincial essay contest. Brock White, 12, recently finished second place in the Turning Points essay ...
Bear cub pays visit to Swift Current home
SWIFT CURRENT, N.L. – A Swift Current couple had an unexpected visitor on the morning of June 21. George Eddy opened his venetian blinds Thursday to look out on his patio, only to find a bear cub in front of him. “He was so close on ...
The Food Dude — Roasted over Roast and Toast
Generally, I choose friends with a profound sense of humour. I love to laugh, but making me laugh is a herculean task at times – wait, hold on, I should probably explain that one. Three years ago I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety but ...
Filmed in St. John's, ‘Crown and Anchor’ premieres tonight
Scheduling an interview with the three guys behind the film “Crown and Anchor” was pretty easy, especially considering they’re coordinating their schedules from three different cities. Screenwriter/producer/actor Matt Wells ...
Pink Tree Day at Daffodil House in St. John's raises breast cancer awareness and money for research
A special pink-tree planting ceremony, on the first day of summer, was held Thursday in the Husky Energy Healing Garden at Daffodil House. Linda Ryan, the founder of Pink Days in Bloom and a breast cancer survivor, was at the event with her ...
Photos from the National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration at Margaret Bowater Park in Corner Brook on Thursday
There was a National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration at Margaret Bowater Park in Corner Brook on Thursday. Hosted by the Qalipu First Nation, the event, which started with a sunrise ceremony at 5 a.m., included stories, drumming, dancing and ...
The vocal range of St. John’s will expand by immense proportions between June 29 and July 3
A note from the bass register ascends to meet the tenor, alto and soprano, some of which are descending in pitch, others hovering, but all of which are forming changing, wavering chords — sometimes sombre, sometimes vibrant. Suddenly, the ...
Restored heirloom rodney boat launched in Sunnyside
SUNNYSIDE, N.L. — When Derek Penney of St. John’s finally launched a fully restored rodney boat last Saturday, June 16, he was so excited he immediately rowed the boat through the harbour to his family home in ...
Princeton man thanks family, friends and community for support after heart transplant
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Terry White of Princeton can’t remember much about the conversation that took place after a doctor walked into his hospital room in Ottawa and told him that a heart had become available. Nor can he recall those ...
French Shore Academy student to attend Queens University in September
PORT SAUNDERS, N.L. — Thanks to her hard work and high grades, Jehan Irfan of Port Saunders will begin Queen's University Accelerated Route to Medical School (QuARMS) in September. In the QuARMS program, students complete two years at ...