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Newfoundland and Labrador Eating Disorder Foundation calls for ...
Beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Burin
White Christmas in Marystown
Newfoundland and Labrador Government reaches collective agreements ...
'The Big Bang' revisited is kind of creepy
Cook's Harbour/Wild Bight/Boat Harbour Fire Dept receives $10K from IGA
Labrador West Toys for Joys in full swing
Birch Island boost
Corner Brook’s Joshua Skinner loves the freedom that comes with being on a trampoline
Byron Moores gearing up for the games
Norris Point’s Ian Taylor proud of the journey to volleyball gold with Corner Brook Titans
Newfoundlanders making names for themselves as NCAA varsity athletes
Corner Brook’s Ryan Brake doesn’t let insulin pump get in the way of business on the basketball court
Coach George Dolomount says player commitment key to Titans impressive run
Corner Brook’s Brooke Wiseman believes playing multiple sports is wonderful as long as nothing else suffers
Having three children active in a multitude of sports has Glen and Brooke Wiseman constantly on the hop, and that’s a lifestyle that strengthens the bond between them. Their three children — Joe, Georgia and Lindsay — are among ...
Pasadena’s Bethany Brophy ready to deal with the pressure of home court
Bethany Brophy works a part-time job having fun taking care of young children registered in the after-school program at Pasadena Place. It gives her money she uses to put gas in her vehicle to boot around wherever she goes and she is enjoying the ...
Stephenville's Rosie Ryan brought to tears with Special Olympics Canada coaching award
Rosie Ryan had a good cry for herself. Her heart was bursting at the seams. She was overwhelmed with happiness. The retired teacher and coach is usually calm, cool and collected. The Stephenville woman has won a number of national awards for ...
Corner Brook’s Rebecca Bennett regains confidence in her skating ability after almost calling it quits
Rebecca Bennett reached a point where she wanted to walk away from figure skating. She says she had lost her confidence. The 14-year-old Corner Brook figure skater is glad she found the strength to pick herself up and move forward towards her ...
Second place for Lord’s Cove native at nationals
KINGSTON, ONT. Lord’s Cove native Leo Papail placed second overall in the Masters 8K at the Canadian cross-country championships on Saturday, Nov. 24. The event was held in Kingston, Ont. Papail was fifth with 500 metres to go ...
Xavier boys proud of gold-medal win in first volleyball tournament
Aaron Rumbolt is looking forward to eating pizza and cake with his teammates to celebrate a special occasion. He’s also looking forward to having a championship banner hoisted to the rafters at the Hodder Memorial Recreation Complex ...
Coach Jonathan Snow enjoys helping young athletes develop on and off the court
On any given weekend during the cold of winter, Jonathan Snow can be found coaching basketball in a school gymnasium somewhere in the province. Chances are you’ll find him drawing up a play on a whiteboard or giving an inspirational halftime ...
Top St. Anthony swimmers receive awards
Recognizing swimmers achievements in St. Anthony: ...
Corner Brook's George Alteen offers friendly learning environment for Brazilian jiu-jitsu
It’s called the gentle art, George Alteen says, as his Brazilian jiu-jitsu students struggle, sweat, and sometimes splat on the matted floors in front of him on Tuesday night. Whether that term was meant to be ironic or not is anyone’s ...
Springdale's Lawrence Downey tries to popularize table tennis on west coast
Springdale native Lawrence Downey represented his province in table tennis at the 2007 Canada Winter Games in Whitehorse. It’s a trip he never forgot and something he would like others to experience for themselves. He wants to see more ...