Colour Run raises nearly $1,500 for St. Anthony and Area Boys and ...
French Shore Academy student to attend Queens University in September
Fundraiser underway for Great Northern Peninsula family who lost home to fire
St. Lunaire-Griquet couple’s move to Ontario supports son’s battle for his daughter
CORA discusses salmon angling concerns at St. Anthony meeting
Savage Cove opens state of the art playground
Port au Choix purchases 2,200 reusable bags
Bike Rodeo a blast for kids in St. Anthony
Another fantastic year for the Great Northern Peninsula’s Iceberg Festival
New play by Jeff Pitcher tells the stories of 17 Northern Peninsula men who served in the First World War
IGA music program building on traditional musical interests of Great Northern Peninsula and southern Labrador
CINDY DAY: Another Atlantic Canadian festival floats by
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 ...
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 ...
CINDY DAY: Sun, fire and the morning dew - happy summer!
It wasn’t much of a spring, so we’re hoping for better things from the new season! Cindy Day The 2018 summer solstice occurs Thursday, June 21 at 7:07 a.m. At that precise moment, the sun appears to be shining directly overhead ...
Corner Brook area mountain bikers getting together to clean up Enchanted Forest Trail near Massey Drive
They call it the Enchanted Forest Trail, but lately it’s been a little less charming. The short trail located near Massey Drive, which gets its name from the grown-in alders on a section of it, has become a popular one for outdoor ...
Corner Brook artists awarded ArtsNL grants
ArtsNL has awarded $268,301 in grants to 49 artistic projects through its Professional Project Grants Program. Funding for the program is provided through ArtsNL’s annual contribution of $1.9 million from the provincial government for ...
Labrador West man sending the winter blues packing
LABRADOR WEST, N.L. — We all don’t need to be reminded about the winter we have finally sent packing. There are few among us that are any more eager to see it gone than my neighbour, Dick Narduzzi and his passion for growing almost ...