Thom Barker: To fish or not to fish is not the question
Man missing after canoe capsizes in North West River
Online exhibit features historical Forteau
Unique youth initiative initiated by two Happy Valley-Goose Bay women
Industry interest in Labrador gold deposits growing
Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay trying to deter scavenging at landfill
In tune with nature
Thom Barker: A Muslim ban by any other name
Happy Valley-Goose Bay woman recognized with leadership award
Gates open Friday evening for 35th annual Deer Lake Strawberry Festival
Humber Valley Strawberry Festival Pasadena Days all about connecting the community
CINDY DAY: Erroneous doppler radar reports
Deadline approaching for this year's NewFound Talent Contest
CNA Burin campus welding student wins top national award
Salvage Fishermen’s Museum restored through volunteer efforts
SALVAGE, N.L. – Thanks to the work of one come from away who settled in the area, Salvage has put its history back on display. The Salvage Fishermen’s Museum is the oldest original home still standing in the area – first built in ...
Photos from the 12th annual Bay St. George Powwow
A look at the 12th annual Bay St. George Powwow held in Flat Bay over the July 13-15 weekend. ...
Deer Lake Strawberry Festival brings people together: organizer
A celebration built around the once plentiful strawberry has evolved into a real community celebration that Karen Mangrove likens to a come home year. It’s just that this one happens every year. Mangrove is the vice-chair of the Deer Lake ...
CINDY DAY: If it doesn’t rain, we don’t eat
Where does time go? The month of July is already a little more than half over. Depending on whom you ask, it’s either been a great month or a terrible one. We’ve had a fair amount of sun and heat and that certainly pleases ...
Bay St. George Powwow provides alcohol-free fun for thousands: Elder Calvin White
Elder Calvin White said he don’t believe anybody in Newfoundland imagined you could bring thousands of people together and have so much fun and entertainment without alcohol involved. He was referencing the 12th Annual Bay St. George Powwow ...
Views from Rocky Harbour, Newfoundland and Labrador
The intense short bursts of news and negativity on Twitter can be overwhelming, but retired businessman Stan Collins - @Stan_sdcollins - has built a worldwide following by steadfastly ignoring that trend. He offers a ray of light and a breath of ...
Corner Brook seniors say education and sharing knowledge will help people make change to new waste collection system
Linda Menchions has been recycling for years and is glad to see the implementation of the new Sort-It Western program finally coming to parts of western Newfoundland next week. The Corner Brook senior is still concerned, though, that some people ...
CINDY DAY: Star light, star bright
Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of spending some time on the family farm in Bainsville, Ont. I’m not sure what the population of Bainsville is these days, but, to quote the old joke, “if you blink on your way by, you might miss ...
Smelting iron at L’Anse aux Meadows
L’ANSE AUX MEADOWS, N.L. – Visitors at L’Anse aux Meadows got to witness firsthand the long and arduous process of how the Vikings smelted iron 1,000 years ago. On July 7, as part of Canada Historic Places Day and to mark the ...
Harbour Mille teen shaving head in grandpa’s memory and to raise cancer awareness
HARBOUR MILLE, N.L.— Zoe Baker is marking July 24, the birthday of her late grandfather Leslie Baker, in an interesting fashion. The 13-year-old from Harbour Mille has decide to shave her head in his memory. Leslie Baker passed away on Sept. ...