Isle aux Morts senior appreciates how things have changed
T’Railway Provincial Park bed is hazardous say Codroy Valley residents
Sou’Wes Newfoundland Delta Waterfowl hosts third annual sportsman’s dinner
Mysterious plastic on Cape Ray beach is actually seagrass
Cheeto shaped like running man wins Glovertown woman $27,000
MusicNL announces 2018 awards nominees
2018 luminary service honours late committee member
N.L. premier blasts ‘doom and gloom’ attitude
Large turnout for annual Walk A Mile in His Shoes
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Thom Barker: Does being a dog owner make me a bad person?
There’s something fishy about this one
Russell Wangersky: Watching the surf clam spin
GRENFELL MATTERS: Facing environmental problems head on
Russell Wangersky: Governments should put the money where our mouths are
NICHOLAS MERCER: A Corner Brook woman strives for a cure for Type 1 diabetes
NICHOLAS MERCER: Catching up with Mr. Fantastic
Dan Bjorkdahl was in his early 20s when he first stepped into a professional wrestling ring. Wrestling at the White Rock Christian academy in White Rock, B.C., Bjorkdahl was going under the name JXP — Just Xtra Pimping — and was ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Points of pride at Grenfell Campus
In 2015, Memorial University took part of the International Student Barometer (ISB) for the first time and repeated the process last year. The ISB tracks and compares the decision-making, expectations, perceptions and intentions of international ...
Russell Wangersky: Mama, what’s a pension plan?
Cut out or print this column, put in an envelope, and come back to it in 15 years. Because then the chickens will really be coming home to roost. And for most of us, there will be no stopping it. When I started in the media in ...
HEATHER HUYBREGTS: Acing back-to-school week
My five-year-old starts kindergarten this week. If you, too, squat out a human five-plus years ago, you know there is much to be done before that momentous first day. But worry not, I'm here to give you some organizational tips and advice ...
Thom Barker: It’s always the worst of times… or does it just seem that way?
When I was in high school there was a group of us who fancied ourselves poets and artists and pacifists. One of the places conducive to highfalutin discussions on topics of politics and society and violence was art class, in which instruction was ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: A new school brings with it some new experiences
The step from high school to university is a big one for even the most prepared student. The structure and friendliness that exists in high school doesn’t necessarily translate to the post-secondary world of education. Class attendance ...
GUEST COLUMN: Lives lost, lessons learned
Andre Penton of Fogo Island died June 27 this year in a boating accident on a pond not far from his home in Joe Batt’s Arm. The Fogo Island community mourns his death, with condolences to his wife Rita, his three sons and their families. ...
Russell Wangersky: Time to make the call on distracted driving
I’m sorry, but I’ve been driven to this. Or, at least, I’ve been driving towards it. And stopped behind it — and almost put off the road by it. I think there has to be a change. Right now, all four ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Grenfell Campus set to welcome new students
In June, I had the pleasure of beginning a position as the orientation co-ordinator in Student Services. My responsibilities include the planning and delivery of one week of events and activities for new students starting at Grenfell Campus in ...
Russell Wangersky: Just what is fuelling the birthright debate?
Maybe I overreacted. But, at the same time, I don’t think it’s safe to play wait-and-see any more.' Last week, I wrote about the ways views are hardening against immigration, including the way former Conservative MP ...