St. John's Edge getting bodies to fill out those new jerseys
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Newfoundland trio will skate for Canadian entries at world U17 tourney
Port aux Basques man pleads guilty to child sexual assault
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Port Aux Basques and Area Chamber of Commerce hosts annual gala awards
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Clarenville clergyman memorializes Gord Downie on church sign
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Rushoon principal raising awareness for mental health
Oct. 10 is World Mental Health Day – that’s the day Masters plans to leave his home in Winterland to walk 50 kilometres to the school in Rushoon. “Sometime, while we’re really quick to look out to our physical health, we’re not always quick to do the ...
Transplanted author raising funds for children’s book
Thom Barker recently moved from Yorkton, Saskatchewan to North West River, Labrador. His goal is to settle in Postville once renovations to his home there are completed. (His wife Lorraine, who is from the Deer Lake area, has accepted the job of ...
St-Pierre-Miquelon gets rave review in Vogue magazine
Vogue has published a glowing article on its website about the Newfoundland neighbour and territorial overseas collectivity of France that is located just off the tip of the Burin Peninsula. Karen Burshtein visited the region to write the piece, ...
Into the Great Wide Open: Five facts about Tom Petty
Petty, 66, died at hospital after suffering cardiac arrest at his home in California earlier in the, according to a statement released by Tony Dimitriades, longtime manager of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, on behalf of the family. Here are five ...
‘Kim’s Convenience’ comes to St. John’s
The cast of the hit Canadian comedy TV series has been on the road since early September, travelling across Canada and giving audiences a sneak preview of the show’s second season. They finished up the cross-country tour on Tuesday, in St. John’s at ...
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 – ...
Gerald Squires’ humble beginnings
The rugged landscape and wide-open spaces of Change Islands, where Gerald Squires was born, were vastly different to the surroundings in Toronto where he worked as a newspaper artist. “He knew he wanted to be a full-time artist, and he knew it would ...
Isle aux Morts Theatre Festival gets off to a solid start with Da Koodens
Da Koodens opening skit was both timely and popular, with a humorous portrayal of an unlikely visit to Newfoundland by U.S. President Donald Trump and a secret service agent being grilled by a Gulf News reporter.The popular comedy troupe is back for ...
Q&A with author Michelle Bryan
Burnt Island native Michelle Bryan has recently been nominated for a Red City Book Award for her sci-fi novel Strain of Resistance.At 18 she left to study English at Mount Saint Vincent University before settling down and joining the workforce. ...
Haunting Beauty: A Day in Petites
The large wharf at the mouth of the harbour has crumbled so much, it has become unusable. The old icehouse rests close to the water, upended entirely onto its roof. A house still standing in May had collapsed by late August, another victim of the ...