Similar career choice takes Grand Bank’s Blagdon brothers in totally different directions
Port Saunders fisherman defiant over remarks he made about the FFAW
Smoking kills nearly 1,000 NLers annually: CBoC study
Tragically Hip's Gord Downie dead at 53
Larry Guinchard latest to announce bid for Liberal nomination in Bonavista–Burin-Trinity
Burin microbrewery passes environmental assessment
Caribou disaster: Loss of husband, father left family impoverished
St-Pierre-Miquelon gets rave review in Vogue magazine
Newfoundland and Labrador's new driver’s licences unveiled
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Rev’d. James Spencer ordained to priesthood in Burin
It’s Fire Prevention Week in Newfoundland and Labrador
Down Memory Lane: Rencontre East
Visitors to Rencontre East in Fortune Bay are welcomed by the eye-catching slogan “Isolated and loving it.” On a visit to the bustling little town in August, the photographer’s two sons, Marc and Steven, couldn’t resist posing for a photo by the ...
Burin Peninsula cadets receive scholarships
Ashley Hodge was one of six cadets from the Burin Peninsula to receive the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Education Foundation 2017 Educational Scholarship. In total, 81 cadets from across Canada received the scholarship. Eighty-one students from across ...
Baie Verte family bringing more magic to Ronald McDonald House
When the young boy's mom, Terri Lynn Lewis, decided to help Ronald McDonald House and families who spend time there, people answered the call. Drew has Opsoclonus Myoclonus Syndrome (OMS). It is an extremely rare neurological disorder - affecting ...
World Teachers’ Day celebrated across Newfoundland and Labrador
There are more than 5,600 teachers who work in classroom settings and administrative roles in this province. “In my role as minister of education and early childhood development, through my work as an educator, and as a parent, I have experienced the ...
Anglican minister rowing to raise funds for North River church
The Anglican Archdeacon for the Trinity-Conception-Placentia region will step into his small flat-bottomed rowboat Saturday morning in North River and row all the way to Port de Grave harbour. He's doing so to raise funds for St. George's Church in ...
NL Heritage Foundation releasing booklet on Port Blandford’s old shops
This booklet focuses on the old shops of Port Blandford and the memories people have of those places. It’s called “Everything Was Wrapped in Brown Paper: The Old Shops of Port Blandford.” Katie Harvey, a researcher with the HFNL, said the Port ...
Gander woman chooses personal lifestyle change with an environmental impact
Chambers can be easily missed as she works her route, picking up garbage along the Trans-Canada highway. She starts at the James Paton Memorial Regional Health Centre and ends in the business section along Cooper Boulevard. “It has been five years ...
Bay Roberts woman pays it forward with wedding dress
Kim French of Bay Roberts could be making upwards of $1,000 for her unused wedding dress, however, she instead plans to pay it forward by giving it away for free. French purchased the dress in 2015 for just over $2,000. When her wedding got canceled, ...
A final resting place for Gerald Squires
A small band of close friends, as well as staff from the Boyd’s Cove Beothuk Interpretation Centre, follow behind. “Each walk is different and it is sad today,” Gail says. They reach the location of the “The Spirit of the Beothuk,” a bronze statue ...
‘Milk: Born into this World’ screening across N.L. for World Breastfeeding Week
Milk: Born into this World is screening for free in several communities across Newfoundland and Labrador for World Breastfeeding Week.The documentary explores breastfeeding culture around the globe. A discussion will follow each screening. The ...