Russell Wangersky: No excuses
Legendary nightlife spot changing with the times
N.L. man gets life sentence for murder in Ontario
Hey Rosetta! calling it quits for now
Caribou disaster: A grandson remembers
Hundreds of speeding, aggressive N.L. drivers ticketed
Opening up the conversation on local media in N.L.
Similar career choice takes Grand Bank’s Blagdon brothers in totally different directions
Crescent Collegiate launches National Teen Driver Safety Week
Cape Breton Post
Quinn’s Place playground opens in Carbonear
New look for New Perlican
It’s Fire Prevention Week in Newfoundland and Labrador
Grand Falls-Windsor dance troupe dreaming of Disney
Newfoundland Labrador Hydro announce results of the 6th Annual Red Shoe Crew-Walk for Families
World Teachers’ Day celebrated across Newfoundland and Labrador
There are more than 5,600 teachers who work in classroom settings and administrative roles in this province. “In my role as minister of education and early childhood development, through my work as an educator, and as a parent, I have experienced the ...
Anglican minister rowing to raise funds for North River church
The Anglican Archdeacon for the Trinity-Conception-Placentia region will step into his small flat-bottomed rowboat Saturday morning in North River and row all the way to Port de Grave harbour. He's doing so to raise funds for St. George's Church in ...
TD Walk to Breakfast joined by Dana Cox Memorial Walk
The school, which includes students in kindergarten up to grade 8 from communities such as Victoria, Salmon Cove, and Perry’s Cove, had students of all ages take part in the TD Walk to Breakfast Wednesday morning, Oct. 4. The Walk, which is a part of ...
NL Heritage Foundation releasing booklet on Port Blandford’s old shops
This booklet focuses on the old shops of Port Blandford and the memories people have of those places. It’s called “Everything Was Wrapped in Brown Paper: The Old Shops of Port Blandford.” Katie Harvey, a researcher with the HFNL, said the Port ...
Gander woman chooses personal lifestyle change with an environmental impact
Chambers can be easily missed as she works her route, picking up garbage along the Trans-Canada highway. She starts at the James Paton Memorial Regional Health Centre and ends in the business section along Cooper Boulevard. “It has been five years ...
‘Milk: Born into this World’ screening across N.L. for World Breastfeeding Week
Milk: Born into this World is screening for free in several communities across Newfoundland and Labrador for World Breastfeeding Week.The documentary explores breastfeeding culture around the globe. A discussion will follow each screening. The ...
Bay Roberts woman pays it forward with wedding dress
Kim French of Bay Roberts could be making upwards of $1,000 for her unused wedding dress, however, she instead plans to pay it forward by giving it away for free. French purchased the dress in 2015 for just over $2,000. When her wedding got canceled, ...
Bay Roberts educator earns teaching award from MUN
Jerome Delaney received a MUN Faculty of Education Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching. He has worked as an associate professor with the faculty for 14 years. Delaney was recognized as "an approachable, inspiring educator who connects with ...
A final resting place for Gerald Squires
A small band of close friends, as well as staff from the Boyd’s Cove Beothuk Interpretation Centre, follow behind. “Each walk is different and it is sad today,” Gail says. They reach the location of the “The Spirit of the Beothuk,” a bronze statue ...
Four Trinity South students taking part in Young Citizens program
Benjamin Taylor, Brianna Barrett, Shana Brown and Dillon Brown are all participating in this year’s Young Citizens program, which focuses on citizenship in the country. The program is an annual component to Heritage Fairs, an event that has Canadian ...