ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
Letters To Santa
Oakridge Boys, lobster and fruitcake, oh my: Cindy Day’s favourite ...
CINDY DAY: Memories of Christmas on the farm
Pre-Christmas and post-Christmas bucket list
Warm up with chowder and stews
’Tis the season for reading: Snuggle up this winter with a great local ...
Organizing your holiday decorations
Give the gift of local spirit ... or beer, wine and cider
About 250 cubic metres of oil spilled at White Rose oilfield
MARK VAUGHAN-JACKSON: ‘Extrapreneurs’ strikes gold
Great Northern Port CEO hints at 2019 start on St. Anthony project
The financial stress factor
Businessman Blaine Hussey impressed with Stephenville strategic planning process
Newfoundland government may axe seldom-used business program in 2019
Mark Vaughan-Jackson: Putting our money where our ideas are
It’s a good time for ideas in Newfoundland and Labrador. The words innovation and the idea economy have firmly been added to our lexicon. We’re getting more familiar with terms like start-ups, incubators, accelerators ...
Record bids for Newfoundland and Labrador offshore oil exploration total over $1.3 billion
It’s a record year of offshore oil exploration bids for the province. The 2018 calls for bids by the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (C-NLOPB) brought in the highest-ever dollar amount in successful bids — ...
Longshoremen’s Protective Union in Newfoundland and Labrador celebrates first women members
Paula Snelgrove was ending one job and looking to spend more time with her longshoreman husband when she started as a casual on the St. John’s waterfront several years ago and now she and Michelle Follett are making history for the ...
The 10-per-cent solution
It’s often referred to as the 10-per-cent rule. In other words, how much someone should be setting aside and saving each pay. Recently, the Canadian Payroll Association released its annual survey that found 71 per cent of employed people ...
Mark Vaughan-Jackson: Counting the cost of RONA closures in Newfoundland
It’s never good when a store suddenly announces it is closing. It’s even less good when a big company suddenly announces it is closing dozens of stores across the country — six of them in this province … less than two ...
Active Energy meets with community leaders on forestry plans
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. It’s been more than a year and a half since the Active Energy, a London, UK-based company, reached an agreement in principle with the provincial government for access to forest resources on the Great Northern Peninsula for ...
OCI investing in new vessel for Newfoundland and Labrador fishery
Ocean Choice International is adding a new state-of-the-art vessel to its fleet. The Newfoundland and Labrador owned and operated fish harvesting and process company is investing in the construction of a new artic class vessel that will create ...
Viva la vinyl in St. John's
Record enthusiasts lined up outside the Record Fair NL fall fair before the doors opened Saturday morning – all in search of new albums to add to their collections. An event room at the Holiday Inn in St. John’s was crowded. Within 30 ...
Women sharing space in same building to compete with business challenges
Two Stephenville women sharing rental space in the lower level of a building on Main Street believe they’re a good model for how women can support each other and grow their businesses. Kylie Cook is the owner-operator of Coast Clothing, and ...
Canadian Home Builders’ Association N.L.hand out 10th Annual BERG Awards
The Canadian Home Builders’ Association N.L. (CHBA-NL) has handed out the hardware celebrating the best in Newfoundland and Labrador’s residential construction centre. The association’s 10th annual Berg Awards were held Saturday ...