Recreation NL alarmed by results of ParticipACTION’s latest physical activity report card ...
Gary Shaw: Bats, flyers of the night
Happy Valley-Goose Bay Law Enforcement Torch Walk supports local Special Olympics
UPDATE: Bay Roberts woman killed in single-vehicle accident on Veterans Memorial Highway
School project leads to community garden in King’s Point
Port aux Basques council deals with Charles Head bus stop and speedy ...
Editorial: Tariffs and trade-offs
Russell Wangersky: Suffer the children
Letter: ASF is saving our salmon
The Southern Gazette
Corner Brook sisters only too glad to openly celebrate the Mi'kmaq culture they had to hide as kids
Amos Semigak — traditional Inuit carver
Group from Laurentian University wowed by Long Range Mountain hiking experience in western Newfoundland
New play by Jeff Pitcher tells the stories of 17 Northern Peninsula men who served in the First World War
Frank Russell proud Mi'kmaq flag raising going to take place after two decades of lobbying
Springdale native releasing third album
SPRINGDALE, N.L. — If time and distance could be the same measurement, it would definitely feel like a “long distance” has passed since Christian Howse started playing a used guitar his father got him at a yard sale. In terms of ...
N.L. country artist a finalist in nationwide competition
He’s already a rising star in the country music world, but Jason Benoit is now one of top three artists voted for SiriusXM’s Top of the Country competition. The Newfoundland native from Fox Island River has gone from playing bars to ...
Young Newfoundland actors tackle Broadway play in Gander
GANDER, N.L. – With 25 young actors, a provincial premiere, and extensive music and dance choreography – “Peter and the Starcatcher” was a particularly intense challenge for Beyond the Overpass Youth Theatre. The Tony ...
The Food Dude — The Rock n’ Ramen
I love moose, both the animal and the meat. While there are slim to no situations in which I would kill one on purpose, I don’t begrudge others for doing so. As such, my freezer at any point in the year (if I can help it) is stocked with ...
Book Remarks — We’ll All Be Burnt In Our Beds Some Night
For frig sake! I can’t find the “The Cuffer Anthology” I’m looking for. I do know this though: Joel Thomas Hynes won the first place Cuffer Prize 2010. I also entered that contest but I didn’t win. Nevertheless, ...
Couple graduate together from same Mobile Crane Operator course
It’s not every graduation that a couple graduates from the same course on the same day, but that was the case at College of the North Atlantic’s Bay St. George Campus recognition ceremony. Mary Jesso, who grew up in Stephenville, and ...
Shane Snook of Flat Bay surprised at receiving Governor General's Academic Certificate
Shane Snook was taken completely by surprise on Thursday when he was presented with a Governor General’s Academic Certificate. The presentation took place at recognition ceremonies for graduates of College of the North Atlantic’s Bay ...
After-dark festival returning on smaller scale to Corner Brook this year, back in full force for 2019
Natasha Marshall was only too glad for her business to be a venue for last year’s Nuit150 festival in downtown Corner Brook. With the event returning in 2018, albeit a pared down version, Marshall is hoping to more fully incorporate ...
2018 George Street Festival lineup announced
The 2018 George Street Festival lineup was announced Thursday evening and will feature Our Lady Peace, Trooper, Sons of Erin, Finger Eleven, Classified, Arkells, Shanneyganock, I Mother Earth, and Kardinal Offishall. Previously announced was the ...
Alberta-based musician from Badger, N.L. skydiving to support women’s addictions recovery centre
EDMONTON, ALTA. – There are all sorts of ways to support a cause. On Friday, June 15, Kellie Loder, a native of Badger, N.L., will jump out of a plane at Skydive Edmonton. Adeara, an addictions recovery centre for women in Edmonton, ...