An afternoon with Kaetlyn

An afternoon with Kaetlyn

Updated at 04:32 - A number of local figure skaters recently had the thrill of a lifetime when they skated with Olympian Kaetlyn Osmond.

Local

Slade, Crocker speak out on proposed boundary changes

Updated on April 17, 2015 - It has been a week since a report outlining possible boundary changes to provincial districts was made public, and two Trinity Conception MHAs that may have to face off for a single seat are speaking out..

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New mayor selected in Spaniard’s Bay

Updated on April 16, 2015 - Spaniard’s Bay council members have selected former deputy mayor Tony Menchions to succeed Wayne Smith as the town's next mayor.

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Local

Regional

Body recovered after week long search

Updated on April 18, 2015 - The determined efforts of searchers, particularly the Exploits Search and Rescue Team brought some closure for a mourning family last night..

Man with rifle arrested in Gander

Updated on April 17, 2015 - RCMP arrested a 69 year-old man in Gander today after receiving calls about a man carrying what appeared to be a rifle case and a...

Man arrested for child luring

Updated on April 17, 2015 - An investigation that involved both Canada and the U.S. has resulted in the arrest of a man for child luring and child pornography

Regional

Sports

Another round for Caribous, Cataracts

Updated on April 17, 2015 - The Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts are a win away from playing for an Allan Cup national senior hockey title.The Cataracts doubled up New Brunswick’s Lameque Au P’tit Mouse 4-2 Thursday in a national senior hockey crossover quarter-final on Wednesday....

Greening a healthy scratch for Game 1

Updated on April 16, 2015 - Three Newfoundlanders are on the rosters of teams participating in the Stanley Cup finals, but there are questions about how much —...

‘One-man wrecking crew’

Updated on April 15, 2015 - It didn’t take long Monday night for the Clarenville faithful to learn Matt Stefanishion figures to be a big addition —...

Sports

Business

PAL returns to Gander

Updated on April 15, 2015 - The international viewing area at Gander International Airport has been a busy place as of late, and this morning it was once again the site for a major announcement..

Developing business relations

Updated on April 14, 2015 - The Grand Bank Development Corporation (GBDC) is about to host businesses from the French islands of St-Pierre-Miquelon.

Cash in while you can

Updated on April 14, 2015 - The working class and industry suppliers are urged to capitalize where possible, as the benefits for these groups won’t last beyond...

IOC announces 150 layoffs

Updated on April 09, 2015 - The Iron Ore Company of Canada in Labrador City announced 150 layoffs Thursday, April 9, effective June 14, 2015.

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Business

Living

Cold water cowboy

Updated on April 09, 2015 - The wind is blowing, rain is pouring down and the boat is rocking.  On top of it all, there’s fish to be caught and there’s no...

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As fast as she can

Updated on April 08, 2015 - For half her life, Carolann Fowler of South River has taken the stage in front of large crowds and sang her heart out.

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Living

Opinion

Poor decision to print Lord's name

Updated on April 11, 2015 - Why wasn't the name of Jesus edited out of the remark made by Mark Critch printed in your editorial on the Scott Andrews situation ("Jovial Newfoundland friendliness," March 24)?.

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All by myself

Updated on April 08, 2015 - Last week I was at the gym. Yes, the gym, but this column isn't about fitness. It's about what I saw on the television while...

State of the Earth

Updated on March 31, 2015 - Earth Hour is an annual event that generally flies under the radar. Chances are, you probably didn't go dark in your home for an...

Northern cod clearly in recovery mode

Updated on April 06, 2015 - I write this in response to some recent comments by a fisheries research scientist, Dr. George Rose, about the status of Northern...

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Exactly what is endangered?

Updated on March 30, 2015 - Every aspect of the seal hunt carries with it a sea of controversy swelling over a wave of misinformation.

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Opinion

Community

Local students swimming to survive

Updated on April 02, 2015 - It's a skill Rob Button believes every child should have - the ability to survive after falling in deep water.

A ball in Bay Roberts

Updated on April 01, 2015 - At the annual Fireman's Ball in Bay Roberts, they pay special attention to the past.

Community

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