Health minister blames flu season and gastro illness for recent patient overflow ...
N.L. health minister announces $2.3 million for Northern Peninsula facilities
Heather Brown named Labrador-Grenfell Health’s new CEO
Tourism operators on Great Northern Peninsula having trouble finding summer students
Seniors in Profile: Conche senior has been volunteering all her life
Conche fisherman ready to put homemade airboat to the test
10-year-old Main Brook girl raises $3,600 for Janeway
Main Brook wood carver’s shed is filling up with his creations
Quebec man faces liquor and tobacco charges in N.L.
Stewart Payne collecting the stories of Killdevil Camp for new book
Port Saunders woman returns home to create opportunities in tourism
Blue Cove girl selected to visit Beaumont-Hamel
CINDY DAY: Never a dull weather moment
Well, you certainly can’t say that the weather in Atlantic Canada is boring. Cindy Day Wednesday, May. 23, we experienced rain, snow, hail, a thunderstorm and violent wind gusts. Depending on where you were at the time, you may or may ...
Full slate of events lined up as Deer Lake residents embrace community of 'Islaview' today
Michael Short felt a community breakfast was the perfect way to start “Islaview Day” in Deer Lake — known itself as “Islaview” for today — this morning. “To give back to the community,” said the ...
Hanging up the stethoscope: Dr. Harold Crewe retires after 41 of practice in Clarenville
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — A Clarenville family doctor has decided to retire from his calling after serving his community for nearly 41 years. Dr. Harold Crewe announced he will be stepping down effective June 28. The medical profession, ...
CINDY DAY: UFO sighting in Atlantic Canada?
I love to look up. Night or day, you never know what you’ll see. Cindy Day After sunset, you could spot an interesting asterism (a collection of stars in a pattern), a low-hanging planet or two, or even the International Space ...
Corner Brook's Mary 'Muffy' Power was 'wise beyond her years'
Just as she did everything in her life, Mary Power did her death her way. Mrs. Power, who was known to those who loved her as Muffy, died early Wednesday morning at Western Memorial Regional Hospital. At 108 years old, she was possibly the ...
Mark Critch set to release first book this fall, a memoir of growing up in 1980s St. John’s
Growing up on Kenmount Road, all the way out by the VOCM station, Mark Critch says the closest people he had to play with were car salesmen from the area dealerships. He was an old soul, he says, and when he started school, he was a bit of a fish ...
Kelsey Mishaud hoping to become winner of Kent Atlantic Culinary College Cook-off
Kelsey Mishaud credits her grandmother’s sweet tooth as the biggest reason for her being a finalist in the Kent Atlantic Culinary College Cook-off. “I did it for my grandmother (Vera Hackett) who loves sweets, which resulted in my ...
Burin student a Beaverbrook Vimy Prize recipient
Burin student embracing opportunity to travel to England, Belgium and France ...
Film program launched in Fogo
FOGO ISLAND, N.L. – For somewhere seemingly so off the beaten path, Fogo Island is pushing for more connection with the greater world around it. “Much of the important art being made right now is addressing larger issues that affect ...
Sheilah Mackinnon Drover celebrates Newfoundland and Labrador's maritime past in new book
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Author Sheilah Mackinnon Drover has fond memories of time she spent in Springdale, where she taught for several years. “Springdale was a wonderful place to bring up a family. My memories of my students, ...