Alex Harrold: How death sets you free but taxes don’t
TSB investigating MV Apollo
UPDATED: Police investigating snowmobile fatality near Conche
Food supplies dwindling in Labrador communities due to severe ice ...
LETTER: We must act like the future of the region is at stake
2019 Labrador Winter Games are officially underway!
Highway closures strand people in St. Anthony
‘We can’t keep dumping garbage down a hole and hoping it’ll disappear’
Labrador Winter Games start this weekend
Megan Gail Coles tackles Newfoundland and Labrador's classism, sexism, and racism in debut novel
Nurse practitioner Lorraine Barker bringing her services to St. Anthony
New Year’s baby at St. Anthony's Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital
Introducing the Great Northern Viking Festival in 2019
Ship Cove N.L. couple marks 75th wedding anniversary on Dec. 28
Mary Walsh thrilled with screen award nominations
Mary Walsh may be one of the best-known faces to ever come from Newfoundland and Labrador. Her abilities in comedy, television and film are renowned and this has led to her being named the Earle Grey Award winner for 2019, a lifetime achievement ...
Gander to get its geek on again
The return of central Newfoundland’s celebration of all things geek is certainly welcomed by Scott Simms. Gander Geek Fest – which places focus things like comics, film, video games, anime and cosplay – will return for its second ...
Les Ms. basks in afterglow of performing at Carnegie Hall in New York City
You can take the Newfoundlanders and Labradorians off their native soil, but you can never take the traditions of the native sons and daughters out of the people. This was evidenced on Sunday afternoon when a group of those women and men, all ...
CINDY DAY: Brushing off some St. Patrick's Day weather lore
Did you ever notice that Atlantic Canadians like to name their snowfalls? After the equinox, we will be watching for the “sugar snow”, the “smelt snow” and the “robin snow.” But, right now ...
Manfred Buchheit has an eye for the “Corners”
When Manfred “Mannie” Buchheit was seven, he received his first camera. It was a gift he received in 1950 just before his family left their home country of France to board a boat destined for North America. “It had two little ...
STREAMLINE YOUR STUFF: Halifax series The Big Downsize features two families who must deal with getting rid of a lifetime of belongings
The excitement is building. By the time you read this column, the first episode of The Big Downsize will have aired. We’re pretty darn proud of our Halifax talent with this five-part documentary series shot for VisionTV by Tell Tale Productions ...
PHOTO: Bay St. George Artists’ Association is sponsoring a solo exhibition of works by Tyler Natyshen
The Bay St. George Artists’ Association is sponsoring a solo exhibition of works by Tyler Natyshen, a 26-year-old Stephenville man who does drawings on canvas from old photographs. The 36-piece exhibition features paintings, ink sketching ...
Lewisporte, N.L. poet Phillip Patey has amassed a large collection of work
With page after page, binder upon binder, Lewisporte poet Philip Patey keeps an ever-growing body of work. As the 79-year-old opens a binder to a poem he completed this past February, he notes the page number is marked 10,708. This vast collection ...
Springdale, N.L. student tackles adversity with her mother by her side
These are both exciting and nervous times for Emily Rice. The Grade 12 student at Indian River High School in Springdale is approaching her graduation. With that will come inevitable changes. “Yeah, I don’t know if I’m ...
Gander Justice David Peddle longest sitting judge in Newfoundland and Labrador history
A Gander judge is enjoying some downtime following a recent retirement after more than four decades on the bench. The Honourable Justice David Peddle retired New Year’s Eve, marking the close of one of the longest judicial careers in ...