Christmas spirit showcased for St. Lunaire-Griquet parade
St. Anthony Salvation Army holds annual kick-off for Christmas Kettle Campaign
Shawna Reardon carries on sister’s charitable work with Project Amanda event for ...
Clarenville moose hunters concerned about possible sick moose hunted on Northern Peninsula
Contractor left home damaged; Red Bay couple has been unable to reach ...
Fisherman says more oversight needed on Labrador shrimp allocation committee
April Poole honoured for leadership at St. Lewis Academy
Researchers and locals come together to build future for Northern Peninsula
DFO and harvesters meet in St. Anthony to discuss the fishery
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Hunters having harder time finding moose on Northern Peninsula in 2017
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Short documentary on Northern Peninsula earning praise
St. Anthony veteran Frank Slade recollects horrors of war
Glovertown native making his mark on Alberta music scene
CALGARY –Glovertown native Brad Saunders has been making a name for himself in the Alberta music industry. He was recently awarded the top honour at Project WILD in Calgary, earning himself $100,953 to help further his music ...
Q&A with Port aux Basques musician LeRiche
Brad LeRiche is a singer-songwriter and a native son of Port aux Basques currently gaining attention and acclaim on the indie alternative music scene. ...
The Food Dude: Snowballing
Nan's arms suddenly stand on end and she rises from her rocking chair with surprising vitality to begin her task with a measure of joy and sugar. ...
Grand Falls-Windsor family fighting negative stereotypes of Tourette syndrome
Tara Bannister of Grand Falls-Windsor grew up with what she was told were “bad habits.” ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Outfitters Association undergoing a marketing and research initiative
Visitors from all over the world have been coming to Newfoundland and Labrador for a variety of reasons. Some come for family vacations, historical outings, some for business and others to take advantage of hunting and fishing activities. The ...
Clarenville student provincial winner for National Forest Week poster contest
Katie Spurrell is this year’s provincial winner of the 2017 National Forest Week poster contest. ...
Burlington's Malcolm Foster enjoys life with a great-great grandchild
BURLINGTON, NL - It has been said a single picture paints a thousand words. A family photo taken in September captures an image of five generations of Malcolm Foster's family. Nine decades separate the oldest from the youngest. The ...
Parasite and dental clinic major efforts during United for Kids Foundation's latest visit to Dominican Republic
SPRINGDALE, NL — With education efforts continually ongoing in the Dominican Republic, the United for Kids Foundation also helps families get healthy. The organization started by Springdale’s Sherry and Roy Clarke – which helps ...
Corner Brook nursing expert says heeding early signs of possible dementia is crucial to entire family
After the shock and disbelief of a dementia diagnosis, it is often painfully clear to family members there had been warning signs. Maybe mom began misplacing her keys or her purse or here eyeglasses a little more than she normally did. Maybe ...
Montreal native now leading Long Island town into the future
LUSHES BIGHT-BEAUMONT-BEAUMONT NORTH, NL — Lushes Bight-Beaumont-Beaumont North is a beautiful island community in Notre Dame Bay filled with residents who love their lives here and did all they could to stay. There is also that French ...