St. Anthony skiers take home gold
Seniors in Profile: Ethel Patey reflects on achievements in Main Brook
Judge says Rocky Harbour man will live with the consequences of his ...
Home destroyed by fire this morning in Port Saunders
The Rooms adds new members to board of directors
Province issues warning about polar bears on the Northern Peninsula
Trapped in ice
All in the family – members of the MacIntyre clan have built ...
Police receive report of 3 polar bears near St. Anthony
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
WEATHER BY DAY: Robin sightings can be deceiving
We can learn so much from observing what goes on around us; I’ve often said that Mother Nature is an awesome teacher. It’s so much fun to get outside in the spring and listen, smell and watch. At this time of the year, I love ...
WEATHER BY DAY: Sheila, put down your broom!
Did you ever notice that Atlantic Canadians like to name their snowfalls? We have the Sugar Snow, the Smelt Snow, the Robin Snow and of course, Sheila’s Brush. Last week after yet another nor’easter barreled into the region, ...
WEATHER BY DAY: Grandma Says, “Say it ain’t ‘thundersnow’!”
One minute you’re reaching for your sunglasses, and the next minute it looks like you’re trapped in a snow globe! Thursday’s weather was very changeable because the air mass overhead was unsettled. In meteorological ...
Port aux Basques church helping to provide guitars for vets
PORT AUX BASQUES, NL – St. Paul’s Church will be passing the hat for a worthy cause during their gospel country music evening at 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 18. Guitars for Vets is designed to help veterans and current members of the ...
WEATHER BY DAY: Snow — a weighty subject for sure!
In his 1911 handbook, anthropologist Franz Boas claimed, “Eskimos have dozens, or even hundreds, of words for snow.” Personally, I only know a couple but I can say that there are many different types of snow. Snow can be ...
Lewisporte students receive gold and platinum recognition for volunteer work
LEWISPORTE, NL – Memorial University students and Lewisporte locals Amber Tremblett and Kristen Peckford were honoured for their devoted volunteer work Feb. 28 in St. John’s. Through Memorial’s volunteer incentive program ...
Interest in true crime leads to podcast about past Newfoundland and Labrador scofflaws
Alicia Bishop and Andrea Bowen share an interest in true crime. Little did they expect that interest to lead to them becoming hosts of a podcast discussing the subject. Their show, “Crime709,” focuses on a discussion of past ...
The Food Dude: Chowing down on chowder
It would be a far cry from falsehood to say I enjoy soups and sauces more than the average cook. Purees, broths, ramen, chili, everything à la king and, of course, traditional Newfoundland soups (which to my apparent shame I’ve only ...
St. Lawrence being considered by CBC’s ‘Still Standing’
***Edited on March 15*** ST. LAWRENCE, NL – The Town of St. Lawrence is being considered as a possible location for the CBC Television show “Still Standing.” The show, hosted by Newfoundlander Jonny Harris, visits small ...
‘Maudie’ brings millions to Newfoundland and Labrador
The impact of the feature film “Maudie” spans not only a renewed interest in Atlantic Canadian art, but an economic impact in Newfoundland and Labrador reaching millions of dollars, according to a newly released ...