Gander marks Arrow Air crash anniversary
Shoe Cove fisherman says income bridging desperately needed for harvesters and plant ...
N.L. moms wanted: Memorial University researchers creating motherhood profile
Driver in fatal accident in Lark Harbour charged with impaired driving
Case against Joshua Chubbs delayed as new counsel sought
Orca sighted on German Bank by Southwest Nova Scotia fishermen
No decision yet on FISH-NL certification application
A Cape Breton valentine: Love reunites couple apart for more than 40 ...
House opens Tuesday for contested Speaker election
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Hey Rosetta! calling it quits for now
A hundred years of adventure for Bishop’s Falls man
Rushoon principal raising awareness for mental health
Retrospective double feature about Gerald Squires presented at Boyd’s Cove
Roger Bill's “Who Will Sing for Me” and Kenneth Harvey's “I Heard the Birch Tree Whisper,” winner of Best Feature Film at the Canadian Film Festival, were shown. Bill’s film – as he described it, a rough cut or non-finished documentary – ...
In preparation for Cain’s Quest
Allister Russell and Craig Acreman, the latter of which currently lives in Goose Bay, are in the midst of preparing for the 2016 Cain’s Quest. This is to be the longest Cain’s Quest race ever at 3,500 km. The teammates are currently trying to get a ...
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Specifically, they are seeking people who have knowledge and opinions to share about local healthy, active living programs being offered for school-aged children and youth. The project, launched by the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation (HKR), ...
Newfoundland at Armageddon
Twenty-five years old with a wife and two children at home, he received a grave gunshot wound to the shoulder during the Battle of the Somme. He spent three days lying on the battlefield before he could get to allied lines, and eventually made it ...
Quilt honouring Beaumont-Hamel to be unveiled at Pigeon Inlet guild show
For 10 years, the Pigeon Inlet Quilters' Guild and its members have learned and worked together to come up with countless creative patterns. Now, five years after its first public showcase proved to be a big hit, the group is ready for its second ...
Port aux Basques woman prepares for heart transplant
Green has a condition known as dilated cardiomyopathy. According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, it affects the chambers of the heart by weakening their walls. Green was diagnosed with the condition in 2006. "I went in in 2006 to have a bladder ...
A National Celebration in Grand Falls-Windsor, but you need an invite
The town joined forces with Canadian Cancer Society-Newfoundland and Labrador Division to screen the Aug. 20th concert - the last hurrah for one of Canada’s top rock bands for nearly three decades. The band’s front man, Gord Downie, was diagnosed ...
Smile, it's a cod
Maybe it was how quickly they reached their quota, but Fudge wanted to have a few laughs by putting his false teeth in a cod's mouth. ...
Another potentially fatal street drug found
In a news release Wednesday morning, the RCMP said the drug has already been associated with a overdoses and fatalities in Canada. They say the drug It is likely being held out to be LSD by local drug dealers who may not know the difference ...
Taking on the devil
"Me and Uncle Mike went hunting for hare up there one time," he said, referring to a time before the Gros Morne area was a national park and hunting was prohibited. In the subsequent years, I drove by Killdevil too many times to count, always ...