Happy Valley-Goose Bay man facing child porn charge
Embracing tradition: Hopedale students learn the art of making ...
Muskrat Falls inquiry now looking into construction
Nunatsiavut looking for representatives for Elder’s Conference
Fire destroys home in Wabush
Federal government announces off diesel initiative for remote ...
Kaulback case back for decision in March
Elizabeth Penashue: Development damaging Innu way of life
Nunatsiavut Assembly minister suspended indefinitely without pay
Mother’s death inspires Newfoundland songwriter's new album "The Cold"
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Moose stew gets good reviews for Upper Amherst Cove chef at Canadian Culinary Championships
Remembering Ed ‘Bud’ Vincent
CINDY DAY: Full moon fuels fitful sleep
Overcoming the odds: Newfoundland child Jackson Brogan suffered a stroke just three weeks after he was born
Memorial service marks 37th anniversary of Ocean Ranger tragedy
The annual Ocean Ranger memorial prayer service took place this morning at St. Pius X Church in St. John’s. Today marks the 37th anniversary of the Ocean Ranger’s sinking off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador when 84 lives were ...
Take time to see Philippa Jones’s ‘Suspended’
“There will be pictures of dead things. I will talk about death. Some images and themes can be considered graphic.” This was the trigger warning that doubled as an introduction to Engaging Evenings: Artist Talk with Philippa Jones at ...
Seventy years of love: Musgravetown’s Walt and Phyllis Chaffey a picture of togetherness
Walter Chaffey slowly leans over and gently kisses his wife Phyllis on the forehead. His 91 year-old arms cradle her head close to him — it’s clear this is where they both belong. In their family home in Musgravetown, it’s common ...
CINDY DAY: This weather can be pain
Yesterday, shortly after I posted my storm time line, a number of you mentioned you’ve been dealing with nagging headaches all day. Stacey said she gets a migraine with each approaching storm. I don’t – knock on ...
Freelancing for more than six decades, Sackville's Wallie Sears remains committed and passionate reporter
Snowstorms and floods. Election campaigns and visits from Prime Ministers. Labour disputes and backroom brawls. New buildings erected and others demolished. Businesses open while other ones close. A trip to the Vanier Cup and a visit from the Grey ...
Live in a tight space? Try these tips to maximize spatial efficiency
Between hectic work and social life demands, life can often be a tight squeeze. But your home shouldn’t feel like one — even if you inhabit a smaller domicile. The trick to airing out a compact space, say the pros, is to get organized and ...
Carnival pride: Corner Brook woman still wears the hat and scarf she knit over 40 years ago
Bessie Reid has a bin filled with Corner Brook Winter Carnival memorabilia that she keeps neatly organized and only takes out once a year. It’s then the Corner Brook woman will look through the stacks of carnival booklets, reminiscing about ...
CINDY DAY: Snakes on a winter day
I think it’s wonderful that people send me photos that are not necessarily directly related to the science of meteorology. I am curious, too, and love to learn! Last week, Philip Capstick was out for a walk when he spotted something ...
Down Memory Lane: The Blue Wave and Blue Mist tragedies
Grand Bank, like most other smaller communities in this province, has always depended on the sea for its very existence. From the days of small schooners and punts — powered only by the wind and sails — to the larger offshore banking ...
‘This is not what Sarah Jane will be’: Young Newfoundland stroke survivor returns to Acadia to finish nutrition degree
Sarah Jane Downton was awake and lucid during her 2017 stroke. ...