Cupcakes for a cause

Cupcakes for a cause

Updated at 16:11 - Chocolate, red velvet, vanilla, carrot, Oreo and many other flavours of moist, icing covered cupcakes can be a delicious treat, especially when you have 2,000 to choose from.

Barraged by pucks

Barraged by pucks

Updated at 15:47 - In a two game span at the 2015 Canada Winter Games, Harbour Grace’s Kelsey Shute had a stat line most professional goaltenders could only dream about.

Making a difference, one house at a time

Updated at 12:53 - Most people go to the Dominican Republic for a vacation, some others, like Exploits Valley High School student Brittany Brown, go for other reasons. Like to build...

Bye, bye Henry Goodrich

Bye, bye Henry Goodrich

Updated at 12:34 - Oil companies active offshore Newfoundland and Labrador are bidding farewell to the drill rig Henry Goodrich.

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Local

Outboard motor theft in Burin

Updated on February 27, 2015 - Burin Peninsula RCMP are investigating the theft of an outboard motor from a boat in the Salt Pond area of Burin.

Local

Regional

Health care spending announcement in Carbonear

Updated at 14:22 - With the next provincial budget on the horizon, Health Minister Steve Kent offered some early insight Monday on spending priorities for facilities in Carbonear on Monday..

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Piled high

Updated at 11:54 - Riftering causes massive ice buildup at Spirity Cove wharf

Long-term bed needs clarified

Updated at 11:16 - Grand Falls-Windsor long term care bed needs are not being met, but the numbers being cited to make a case to regional health...

Searchers find missing snowmobiler

Updated at 10:19 - Members of the Triple Bay Eagles Search and Rescue team and the Clarenville RCMP were called out last night to search for a...

Regional

Sports

Puck pursuits

Updated on February 26, 2015 - The way Jarrett Walters plays hockey, penalties come with the territory, he says.

Sports

Business

ACOA sues Marport group for $2.3M

Updated on February 12, 2015 - A federal investment agency is suing a formerly Newfoundland-based award-winning ocean tech company for more than $2 million.

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IOC requests wage freeze

Updated on February 09, 2015 - The Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC) is asking union members for a wage freeze.

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Business

Opinion

Books Remarks

Updated at 13:40 - Robert Hunt’s Townies (Flanker Press) hadn’t been in our house five minutes when Missus grabbed it and started to read. .

Dollars and sense

Updated on February 24, 2015 - It was an exclusive news story on the front page of The Telegram’s weekend edition Feb. 14.

Neither Here Nor There

February 23, 2015 - It is well known that a fundamental difference between men and women is that women are capable of multitasking, while some men, the...

Opinion

Community

Going like hotcakes

February 24, 2015 - Pancakes were flying out the door at the annual pancake breakfast for homelessness at St. Gabriel’s Hall in Marystown.

Allied Youth Week

Updated on February 24, 2015 - Feb. 22-28 is Allied Youth Week in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Down Memory Lane

February 24, 2015 - Fishermen from Grand Bank have been venturing far afield to the offshore fishing grounds for more than 150 years.  

Down Memory Lane

Updated on February 26, 2015 - It was the summer of 1941 and the Second World War was raging.

Community

Autos

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