La Poile-Rose Blanche ferry ready to go after electrical issue fixed
CINDY DAY: Snow — a weighty subject for sure!
CINDY DAY: The calm before the storm
A brief history of Pacific Salmon in Newfoundland
Formal complaint filed over N.L. Liberal MHA’s conduct
Hospital auxiliary honoured as Baie Verte's Volunteer Group of the Year
Jaime-Robin Walsh is the Youth Volunteer of the Year in Baie Verte
Nikki Hutchings named Baie Verte's Volunteer of the Year
Research underway to revitalize the Grenfell Gardens
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The Food Dude: Whatever floats your blueberry boat
Marystown Central High’s Art Club helps make memories for Syrian children
Instructor at CNA’s Grand Falls-Windsor campus receives teaching excellence award
Singer-songwriter Michelle Noftall to share music inspired by great-grandfather in Fortune
Placentia gears up for 2018 Age Friendly Expo
CINDY DAY: Earth Day as a farmer's daughter
Sunday is Earth Day. It’s been around for almost 50 years. It was founded by U.S. senator and environmentalist Gaylord Nelson on April 22, 1970. I grew up on farm surrounded by people who had a great connection to and appreciation for the ...
Working at the Burin SPCA both challenging and rewarding, longtime volunteers say
BURIN, NL – Alfreda Grandy, shelter director of the Burin SPCA, was part of the initial team that fundraised and established the building and organization in 1999. "I saw so many animals out there in need, so many stray and abandoned ...
Marystown native becomes top spokesperson for RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Marystown native Glenda Power is the new director of strategic communications for the RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador. Power, who started her job on April 9, has Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education degrees ...
Organizations receive ArtsNL operating grants
ST. JOHN’S, NL – ArtsNL has awarded its annual operating program for professional arts organizations grants for 2018. In all, $150,000 was presented to 18 professional arts organizations from across the province. The grants ...
Moose wander through St. Anthony
ST. ANTHONY, NL – Three moose were spotted near the post office and hospital in St. Anthony on Thursday, April 19. ...
St. Lunaire-Griquet native Tony Bussey hopes to inspire people with weight loss story
ST. LUNAIRE-GRIQUET, NL. / FORT MCMURRAY, AB. – After losing 326 pounds, Tony Bussey’s weight loss success story has garnered national attention. But the St. Lunaire-Griquet native, who works in Fort McMurray, still has a strong ...
Seniors in Profile: ‘Any good thing we can do, we should do it now’, says Charlottletown man
CHARLOTTETOWN, NL – Sandy Campbell of Charlottetown found his gift early in life. As an advocate for his community, he has spent decades helping to make Charlottetown a great place to live and raise a family. Born in Campbell’s Cove in ...
Trio of Newfoundland ladies finished in the top-20 of 181 teams in 'Red Bull International Can You Make It?' competition
After a grueling seven days that saw the Biohazards traverse four countries in hopes of winning the Red Bull International Can You Make It? competition, the trio of Newfoundland ladies finished in the top-20 of 181 teams to finish the event held from ...
Dan Hoddinott releases father’s collection of ‘lively stories’ about Great Northern Peninsula
GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, NL. – Writer Dan Hoddinott is hoping a new collection of his father’s stories will preserve “snapshots” of life on the Great Northern Peninsula. Yes, Boy… You Talk About! is a collection of ...
CINDY DAY: What's worthy of a weather warning ?
On April 17, the weather map looked like the inside of a crayon box: so many colours! Cindy Day The various colours defining the numerous weather warnings, stretched from one end of Atlantic Canada to the other. While the weather was less ...