Profile of Aethne Hinchliffe

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  • Up in smoke

    Port aux Basques Mayor Brian Button and town councillors got a letter from the Newfoundland and Labrador Lung Association at the regular ...

  • Leaving little to imagine

    The doll comes with a floral apron with two flowers to represent nipples. The baby makes sucking noises when it gets close to someone’s ...

  • Saying farewell to a friend

    The 28’ sailboat sat moored in Port aux Basques’ harbour on July 9. Jim Spence stood in the cockpit and his friend Mr. Nyboer was in the ...

  • Chair says lighthouse needs money to stay open

    The Cape Ray Lighthouse has been denied government funding so far this year. Three other southwest coast tourist attractions were at risk of not ...

  • Coyote shot near Seaward's Lane

    He went after the animal nonetheless. It was about 11 a.m. when one of the dogs on the street got really excited and began to make a lot of ...

  • Unleash your worries

    But domestic animals aren’t the only ones that wear leashes and harnesses. Sometimes, especially in crowded places, parents resort to ...

  • Town's website revamped

    The website recently had a major facelift, making it easier to access information and easier to navigate. The site went live June 30, and ...

  • Cape Ray gets surplus fire truck

    The Rose Blanche Volunteer Fire Brigade donated a truck to Cape Ray on July 3. The community’s other truck is four years older and is ...

  • Skies are blue (in the Valley)

    I make frequent trips to the valley, and there seems to be a theme, which goes kind of like this. One Saturday morning a few weeks ago, I ...

  • Eroding road

    Mr. Walters has been on council for six years and said the road’s been a problem since then. Four years ago, the towns of Rose Blanche, Burnt ...