La Poile-Rose Blanche ferry ready to go after electrical issue fixed
CINDY DAY: Snow — a weighty subject for sure!
CINDY DAY: Fun and games to go with weather science
Awareness walk for child abuse to take place in Lewin’s Cove next ...
Lawn drama troupe ends drought with regional festival win
Judy Foote to be installed first female lieutenant-governor on May 3
Premier, minister announce plans for forestry, mining, and community sectors
Marystown YMCA to cost town's taxpayers $325K in 2018
Wabush born artist’s work to be exhibited at the Louvre
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Port aux Basques chamber hopes poker tournament will become annual event
Regional drama Festival in Springdale postponed due to impending bad weather
Upper Island Cove’s John Crane 2017 Shriner of the Year
Burgeo trio teams up to save stray cats
BURGEO, NL – Burgeo’s stray cats unexpectedly caught a break almost two months ago when a trio of women launched Lucky Paws Kitty Rescue. Backed by what they call an overwhelming amount of local support and with help from Scaredy Cat ...
Drummer and guitarist Aiden Parsons of Baie Verte finds music cathartic
BAIE VERTE, NL — Aiden Parsons enjoys putting on a show, and he’ll have a couple of chances to do just that when Copper Ridge Academy hosts a coffee house tonight, March 15. The 15-year-old Grade 10 student is a member of two bands ...
Many challenges face volunteerism in Newfoundland and Labrador
In her decades of volunteering, Hilda Budden has prepared more cold plates, worked more bingo games and sold more tickets on gift baskets than she can count. “Oh, I just love helping out any way I can,” said the 71-year-old president ...
Mink looks to N.L. fisherman for tasty handout
Fred Harnum was approached by a hungry mink while ice fishing on Witless Bay line recently. Harnum and Glenden Gillard (who took the photo) gave the animal a trout and it became their friend for the day. The image has gained a lot of reaction in the ...
School name lives to see another day for St. Paul's in Gander
GANDER, NL – The imminent threat of renaming St. Paul’s Intermediate has been defused – for now. Those who voted in opposition to the name change won by a wide margin. According to Holly McDonald, spokesperson from St. ...
Pageant winner crowned as Port aux Basques readies for Winter Carnival fun
PORT AUX BASQUES, NL – The winter doldrums are once again being set aside in Port aux Basques and replaced with the excitement of the town’s annual Winter Carnival. The event officially kicks off this Friday, March 16, with a torch ...
Heart’s Content town clerk celebrates 50-year career
HEART’S CONTENT, NL — Heart’s Content has seen some significant changes over the last few decades, but its town clerk has remained the same throughout. Alice Cumby moved to Heart’s Content in 1965. She accepted a position ...
Springdale fire chief re-appointed for four more years
SPRINGDALE, NL - As long as the sound of a siren gets his blood pumping and he continues to enjoy putting on bunker gear, training and leading the fire department, Rennie Normore is happy to keep his job as Springdale's fire chief. That was ...
Shortage of GPs in Gander leaves many patients without care
GANDER, NL – More than a few people in the central region do not have access to a General Practitioner (GP). Dr. Chris Dicks said he has turned down close to 2,000 patients since opening his practice four and a half years ago. Dicks ...
Fun and games at the Isle aux Morts Winter Carnival
ISLE AUX MORTS, NL - There was plenty to see and do at the Isle aux Morts Winter Carnival. ...