‘Oui, merci’: Service NL website adds more French content
‘Pak’ing a punch
Not enough time
Mokami Players gear up for new season in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Black Sheep win Michelob Open in debut appearance
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Deadline Friday for N.L.'s Athletic Excellence Fund applications
Disruptive New York passenger released after time served
Cape Breton Post
Hopedale sisters are crafting tradition
Atlantic BoyChoir eager to sing with King’s
New Lawrence O’Brien Arts Centre manager reflects on successful first year
‘Come From Away’ sells out in Winnipeg
VIDEO: Drug and alcohol abuse consumed Gander native's life
Offshore sites capturing growing interest of online gamblers
Editor’s Note: The following is the first in a three-part series running today, Wednesday and Thursday on the grey area of offshore online gambling. It’s being called the new crack cocaine of the gambling world, luring those already ...
ArtsNL’s grant application process moving online in April
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Grant applications for ArtsNL programs are moving entirely online starting in April. The organization’s online grant application system officially opened for pre-registration today, Jan. 2. As of April 2, all ...
Christmas in William's Harbour
Grade 10 students Zoey and Madison Russell at Bayside Academy in Port Hope Simpson have written a Christmas poem for William’s Harbour. The poem imagines what happens when Santa visits the abandoned town this Christmas. Both of the young ...
Christmas is a special time for Baie Verte woman
BAIE VERTE, NL - For Coretta Stacey, Christmas in Baie Verte is a time to celebrate with family and friends, and to remember loved ones who have passed away. Stacey grew up loving Christmas. Many of the traditions remind her of her father, the ...
The origins of Tibb’s Eve
Ever have a few alcoholic beverages to celebrate Tibb’s Eve? Many people along the province’s south coast may have, but you might not know how it originated. Although the term itself is quite old, according to Dr. Phil Hiscock of ...
Arts and culture centres to get upgrades
You might say Christmas came a few days early for Karl Simmons and his team. Simmons, technical director of the St. John’s Arts and Culture Centre, says upgrades to the lighting and projection technology were long overdue. On Thursday, he ...
Brazilian students in Springdale looking forward to new Christmas experience
SPRINGDALE, NL - As the Christmas season seemingly gets longer all the time, that trend seems even more peculiar to five girls visiting Springdale from Brazil. Forget the fact it is cold - which the five exchange students at Indian River High ...
Andy Barker and the Christmas tree hunt on Chipper Road
A deadline submission means that all the while I am writing this column our Christmas tree is still standing in the woods somewhere up Chipper Road; waiting patiently for our arrival. For the unfamiliar, Chipper Road is on the south side of the ...
Three dozen Christmas dinners made possible by Grand Falls-Windsor family
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL — Many families teach their children about the true meaning of Christmas – whatever it may mean to them. Chris and Danielle Tibbs found a way to bring their meaning of Christmas to the forefront, and it’s ...
Grand Falls-Windsor family's Christmas display draws a crowd
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL — Many families have traditions. For Candace Sheridan, driving around looking at Christmas lights in Calgary was one for her family. “Back when I was small my favourite memory of Christmas was our family ...