Labrador’s first police dog retires
Police arrest Nain woman due to disturbance at a residence in the ...
Three Happy Valley-Goose Bay teens heading to Canada Winter Games
Labrador Fishermen’s Union Shrimp Company marks a milestone
Former Sheshatshiu chief facing charges
Justice orders new trial in Nain internet luring case
Newfoundland and Labrador 2018 Christmas Lights map
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Lark Harbour’s Cy Byrne enjoying the mellow side of life as an artist
Smiles galore as youngsters celebrate National Fun Day in Corner Brook
Handel's Messiah: keeping a family tradition going
Foster and Hynes celebrate Christmas album 'A Week in December'
CINDY DAY: Divine digits on high
Finding inspiration breathing new life into your holiday decor
The holidays are about friends and family, both old and new. From the neighbours who just moved in next door to the people we have known all our lives, it’s a time to appreciate everyone. That same philosophy can apply to your Christmas ...
Food Dude — Livin’ in cinnamon
Around the holidays, everybody needs a little bit of common scents. That’s not a typo. Shortbread, gingerbread, rum and sugarplum are a few poetic examples of generic yuletide smells, but for myself, there’s one scent that perforates all ...
Building bridges — guitar bridges: Musgravetown man constructs his own guitar
MUSGRAVETOWN, N.L. Clayton Saint of Musgravetown is no stranger to woodworking. In fact, there are dozens of the 73 year-old’s accreditations and accomplishments displayed in his basement rec room, which adjoins his precious workshop ...
National Day of Remembrance in western Newfoundland
National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women event in memory of the 14 women killed in the Montreal Massacre at L’Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal, Que on Dec. 6, 1989. For the first time ever a transgender person ...
Great gifts for new homeowners
Buying a home can be one of the most rewarding experiences in a person’s life. It also can be one of the most stressful. New homeowners are faced with many expenses after buying a home, and the holiday season is a great time to help them out ...
DEBBIE TRAVIS: Door J’adore explores details, craftmanship, finishes, hardware
We are surrounded by doors — doors that lead us outside to meet the day, doors that welcome us home at night. Doors separate the known from the unknown, the private from the public. What lies beyond is a mystery; even if we open that door every ...
Four holiday party must-haves
Parties are highly anticipated events come the holiday season. Office parties, gatherings with friends and family celebrations are just some examples of the many soirees that dot the social schedules of so many people. Office parties might be ...
Decking your halls: holiday decorating ideas for the enthusiast
Ready to take your Christmas decorating to the next level? Here are some pro tips that can elevate your holiday embellishments from merely so-so to full out sublime. Choose your palette The pro-decorator’s cardinal rule? Choose a palette ...
CINDY DAY: Location Makes the Difference
Backyard astronomers will tell you that while it’s more enjoyable to be out in the summer, the night sky really shines during the colder months. I have been getting inquiries of late about an unusually bright, star-like object, in the ...
Stephenville youth with autism has strong praise for Camp Evergreen
Connor Butler said he just needs two words to describe Camp Evergreen and that’s “greatest experience.” The 15-year-old son of Tianna Butler, who is a Grade 10 student at Stephenville High School, attended Camp Evergreen in the ...