RUSSELL WANGERSKY: It is (over) written
St. John's, meet The Growlers, the province's new ECHL team
Research saving people from the ‘Newfoundland curse’
N.L. doctors release 10-year plan for family medicine
Book Remarks — One For the Rock
N.L. government looking for public comments on environmental impact statement for Grieg ...
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Retired soldier Jamie MacWhirter’s crusade to meet post-traumatic stress sufferers expanding into ...
Tax relief is N.L. finance minister’s hope, but not a given
Royal St. John’s Regatta committee president wants to grow sport across the province
Jeremy Bishop plays key role in helping Team NL win gold on national ball hockey stage
Shailynn Snow of Clarke’s Beach named to Hockey Canada under-18 roster for summer series versus U.S.
Carbonear race car driver talks about experiencing first checkered flag
John's Beach native Shelby Gallant embracing rookie season on the baseball diamond
Teenagers tend to stick with their friends when it comes to things to do for fun. If one is eager to play a certain sport the others tend to come on board because it gives them an opportunity to have fun with familiar faces doing something ...
Kippens native Katarina Roxon wins gold in 100-m breaststroke at Par Pan Pacific Swim Championships
Katarina Roxon isn’t feeling any pain. That’s not good for those who are trying to keep her off the podium at the Para Pan Pacific Swim Championships in Cairns, Australia. The 25-year-old Kippens native, a tough cookie who has ...
Conception Bay North Special Olympians shine brightly at national games
ANTIGONISH, N.S. — It was an amazing performance for Conception Bay North athletes who travelled to Nova Scotia for the 2018 Special Olympics Canada Summer Games. Necks were heavy with hardware returning home from Antigonish, with members of ...
Ship Cove native Gavin Tucker returning to the UFC cage after lengthy layoff
Gavin Tucker will return to the cage after a nearly 14-month layoff. Tucker, a Ship Cove native who holds a 1-1 record in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, will be looking for a fresh start at 135 pounds when he’s welcomed to the ...
Port aux Basques native Cody Drover in the mix for a spot with Canada Winter Games hockey team
Cody Drover was an alternate for the provincial 15U male hockey team last year, but he’s eager to change his status this season. Drover, a Port aux Basques native who turns 15 in October, was among the elite provincial team prospects in all ...
Deer Lake's Jonathan Park hoping his strong work ethic earns him trip to Canada Games
Tenacious on the puck with quick acceleration. Willing to punish the opponent with physicality. Not afraid to go to the tough areas of the ice to create scoring chances. Don’t let the infectious smile fool you. That’s the ...
Rowing provides a sense of peace for Krista Hansen as Corner Brook Regatta nears
The vantage point from the boat on the water in the early morning provides Krista Hansen with a sense of peace and calm so it doesn’t require much prodding for her to get out of bed. Hansen is a member of Team Belfor, one of the new female ...
11th annual World Cup of Tiddly takes place in Carbonear
CARBONEAR, NL — Carbonear Days Weekend took place this past weekend, as did the World Cup of Tiddly. Carbonear Days Weekend gives residents of Carbonear an opportunity to explore the various things to see and do in their own community, with ...
Three medals at Canada Summer Games icing on the cake for Frenchman’s Cove Special Olympian
MARYSTOWN, N.L. – Lucas Antle did what he set out to do at the Special Olympics Canada Summer Games. He also came home with three medals. “My goal was to make friends and I feel like I’ve done that,” he told The Southern ...
Showtime for Happy Valley-Goose Bay dancers
MONT TREMBLANT, QUE. — Dance Schools from across Canada and the United States gathered for the 25th anniversary of the 5678 Showtime National Dance Championships, held the first week of July in Mont Tremblant, Quebec. Valley Danceworks ...