ARNNL’s Education and Research Trust awards scholarships and bursaries
Stan's Stance: Man, I wish I had a Column
Pack the Back growing every year in Labrador
Vigil being held for Happy Valley-Goose Bay Mayor
N.L. justice minister attending Conference of Ministers Responsible for Human Rights
Energy successfully exchanged between N.L. and N.S. across Emera’s Maritime Link
Retirement nest eggs cracking for many Canadians
Bay of Islands fish plant helping to determine marketability of snow crab ...
Review: An aural and oral Newfoundland history lesson
Cape Breton Post
The Food Dude: Snowballing
Grand Falls-Windsor family fighting negative stereotypes of Tourette syndrome
Newfoundland and Labrador Outfitters Association undergoing a marketing and research initiative
Clarenville student provincial winner for National Forest Week poster contest
Burlington's Malcolm Foster enjoys life with a great-great grandchild
‘Elfie’ returns — to the glee of Facebook users
Long Island’s only child has a bright future, says mom
LUSHES BIGHT-BEAUMONT-BEAUMONT NORTH, NL — Cassie Croucher is the only child on Long Island. She is three years old and full of life. It’s a life different from many toddlers for obvious reasons, but it will be one her parents, Lee and ...
Long Island couple has been across the country, but there has only been one home
LUSHES BIGHT-BEAUMONT-BEAUMONT NORTH, NL — Murray and Hilda Burton live in the renovated one-room schoolhouse Murray once attended in Beaumont South. It says a lot about the lovely couple, who live in the town now called Lushes ...
Long Island man answered the lure of home
LUSHES BIGHT-BEAUMONT-BEAUMONT NORTH, NL — Sterling Morgan cherished his upbringing on Long Island so much, he raised his own family there too. A native of Lushes Bight — the first of the now-amalgamated communities on Long Island in ...
Short documentary on Northern Peninsula earning praise
NORTHERN PENINSULA, NL – Premiering on YouTube early last week, a short documentary about life on the Great Northern Peninsula is already piling up plenty of views and praise. “Cold Wind & Water: Life on the Northern ...
Millertown author to donate proceeds from new project to local couple
Millertown may not have a large population, but those who live there have big hearts and support one another in times of need. ...
Woman researches uncle’s experience as an American G.I. stationed in Labrador
Her eyes glowed like two stars in the clear night sky when she started to recount the story she will reveal to the world on Thursday night. Rozanne Enerson Junker will debut her book, “Renatus’ Kayak: A Labrador Inuk, An American G.I. ...
Stephenville native’s parody video 'Snow Pants' is the latest internet offering
Keith Muise of Stephenville, has taken the internet by storm with his parody video “Snow Pants” sung to the tune of “Slow Hands” by Niall Horan. Now living in Fort McMurray, Alta., Muise says the inspiration for the ...
Medals mark great service for Royal Newfoundland Regiment soldier
A unique set of war medals awarded to Major R. Grant Patterson, one of the legendary Blue Puttees, was recently donated to the Royal Newfoundland Regiment Museum. During the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Battle Of Cambrai, ...
Grand Bank’s Michele Tessier selected for most powerful women in Canada award
A Grand Bank native has been named as one of the Women’s Executive Network’s top 100 most powerful women in Canada. ...
Springdale woman returning from Dominican Republic this week
SPRINGDALE, NL - Judy Hamilton is returning to Springdale this week from the Dominican Republic for the third time. The local public librarian is a significant contributor to the United for Kids Foundation, an organization Springdale couple Sherry ...