Milestone 30th year for Sandy Cove Janeway run
Seniors in Profile: Roddickton-Bide Arm's Rene Cassell tells his story of devotion ...
St. Anthony applies for funding to get rid of abandoned Baffin Sound
A week of winter fun in St. Anthony
N.L. government announces $10.6M for municipal infrastructure projects
St. Anthony Legion recognizes longest serving member
Roddickton-Bide Arm unveils Canada 150 mural
Polar bear sightings continue
St. Anthony skiers take home gold
Seniors in Profile: Ethel Patey reflects on achievements in Main Brook
Dwight Bilodeau releases 19th century diaries of Charles Carroll Carpenter
Seniors in Profile: Nameless Cove's Pearl Walsh shows devotion to her hometown
Michael Dingwell walks Northern Peninsula to promote autism awareness
CINDY DAY: Fun and games to go with weather science
Welcome to the first weekend of spring. I know it doesn’t look or, in many cases, feel like spring, but it’s coming. Earlier in the week, I had some fun with weather lore and weather games and I thought I would give you an update on ...
Lawn drama troupe ends drought with regional festival win
LAWN, NL – It was an emotional moment for members of the drama troupe from Holy Name of Mary Academy in Lawn when they were named ...
Wabush born artist’s work to be exhibited at the Louvre
The periodic motion of Venus, her ticket to the Louvre. Angela Hardy remembers as a young girl seeing some of her mother’s paintings and sneaking into her closet to look the oil paints. “I remember the aroma of the paint ...
Plate Cove West woman recounts experience assisting in Cameroon clinic
Since returning home to Canada from Cameroon, Africa, on Feb. 13, Karen Ricketts says that details of her recent trip are still sinking in. ...
Joel Thomas Hynes grateful, humble upon winning BMO Winterset Award
Joel Thomas Hynes may be alone in his surprise at being named this year’s BMO Winterset Award winner. With his latest novel, “We’ll All Be Burnt in Our Beds Some Night,” Hynes had already won last year’s Governor ...
Good food, good wine, good times at Wines of the Globe event in Port aux Basques
PORT AUX BASQUES, NL – The 9th annual Wines of the Globe was held on Saturday night, March 17 as part of Winter Carnival celebrations. Initially the popular wine show wasn’t part of carnival, but when Port aux Basques Lions Club ...
Curlers in Springdale create memorial collage for teammate Peggy Brewer
SPRINGDALE, NL — When the Springdale Curling Club posted a memorial photo of Peggy Brewer at the 2018 St. Patrick’s Day Bonspiel, her former teammate Fay Rideout had no problem finding her good friend in a picture. Brewer never looked ...
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 ...