Signal Hill fence to be removed
NAPE holds protest outside Carbonear health-care facilities
Pride on full display with flag raising event in Harbour Grace
Boat Harbour couple founding new branch of Community Catholic Church ...
Former town clerk in Labrador gets jail time for theft
Happy Clarenville Day 2019!
Court rules 'guilty' for five Northern Peninsula crab fishermen
When Mr. Hockey visited Bishop’s Falls
2019 Nissan Leaf Plus bridges range gap
CARSON ARTHUR: Strawberries are one fruit that almost anyone can grow
Once loved, now on trend: Upcycling furniture is easier than you think, says paint expert
Nothing On Productions presents ‘Clue: On Stage’ at LSPU Hall June 13-16
Colin and Justin: Life's a beach
2 Minutes with Harry McNutt
Four elderly gents are gathered in the small barber shop. “Any lies ever told in here?” asks one, as greying locks fall around cloaked shoulders. “Well, that’s a good question, that,” responds one of the gang. ...
2 Minutes with Rick Hartling
He worked here and there before the accident in Burnside. A dishwasher. A background film actor. There used to be plenty of gigs in Halifax for background artists, and he had even met the likes of John Stamos, Peter Falk, James Brolin and Tom Selleck ...
2 Minutes with Mary Lou Bennett
Her eyes twinkle. A smile begins to crack at the corners of her mouth; she breaks into a grin. Mary Lou Bennett recalls her mother’s voice. “New remnants came in to Sears!” her mom would exclaim when Mary Lou arrived ...
2 Minutes with Jonathan Cavalcante
It’s May and snow still frosts the mountains in the distance and blankets the ground where the tree canopy is still too thick to allow the sun and rain to fully penetrate. Jonathan Cavalcante is a long way from home. He’s ...
STREAMLINE YOUR STUFF: Could you walk away from old habits and adopt new ones?
A few weeks ago, The Minimalists posted an essay on their blog entitled Prepared to Walk Away. As many of you may know, I have been reading their work for a few years but for some reason this piece really struck a chord and got me thinking and asking ...
Removing tree sap, resurfacing a wood deck, building on bedrock
Q: How can I stop sap from oozing out of several new Douglas fir benches I had made? I’m getting sap all over my clothes. Is there something that will take it off the wood rather than smear it around? A: The good news is that the oozing sap ...
CARSON ARTHUR: It takes patience to grow asparagus
Asparagus is one of my favourite vegetables to eat — but it takes a lot of patience to grow it. It will be about three years before you harvest your first asparagus crop and for some gardeners that is a long wait. The good news, an asparagus ...
Why should you open your pool early?
Summer’s coming Although it is too cold to swim, it is a great time to start planning your pool opening for the season. Did you know that most professionals will open their own pools during the month of April? Why? Because they know that ...
Book Remarks: Mother of the Regiment
The subtitle of Mother of the Regiment (Flanker Press) best states the subject of Susan Chalker Browne’s latest book — “remarkable women of Newfoundland and Labrador.” Remarkable women. Five of them anyway. Oldtimers, I ...
Tips for success in container gardening
By Brian Minter I would venture to say well over 60 per cent of our food and colour plants grown at home are planted in containers, but, unfortunately, many with varying degrees of success. We all have great expectations when we begin our ...