Free ebook to mark Alzheimer's Awareness Month
Fortune woman charged for allegedly stealing funds from United Towns Minor Hockey ...
St. Lawrence native wants to start cannabis grow-op in Burin
Community rallying to support youth after Grand Bank break-in
Caribous win hotly contested Game 1 of CWSHL semi-final series against Cataracts
RCMP warns Wi-Fi users to be aware of 'honeypots'
FISH-NL and FFAW raise concerns after DFO gives science update for northern ...
Marystown rallies around Kaetlyn Osmond
Key northern shrimp stock off N.L. down again
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Better together despite the weather
Donations and awards keep Springdale woman's memory alive
Michael Dingwell walks Northern Peninsula to promote autism awareness
Recovering addict Ben Cox of Corner Brook sharing his story through literacy
The Food Dude: Extra Cheesy Valentine
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – Jordan Maloney is a magician turned author. People may remember him from his magic shows in central Newfoundland and across the province, but his new book isn’t about his time as a magician. “I ...
Photographer showcases love of Newfoundland out west
NORTHERN PENINSULA, NL – A Saskatchewan photographer has found a muse and a home away from home on the island of Newfoundland. As well as having her photos shown in tourism guides and promotions, Wendy Nuttall has given a variety of ...
Down Memory Lane: Oderin Sacred Heart R.C. Church
Oderin Island, located in Placentia Bay some 30 kilometres from Marystown, has a rich and colourful history dating back more than 300 years. The island was originally settled by the French and named Audierne, after a town in France. Due to the ...
N.L. man who wrote own obituary had 'on-point sense of humour,' wants ashes spread outside Ches’s in St. John's
A Newfoundlander’s selfwritten obituary about a life well-lived went viral this week and taught the rest of us not only how to live, but how to make a memorable exit. “Stuff has been trying to kill me for years and it was colon cancer ...
Getting Grilled with the Food Dude
This week I’m honoured to present a Food Dude special: Getting Grilled with the Food Dude, where I talk to local foodies about some of their favorite recipes and cooking techniques. The first local foodie to get grilled would like to remain ...
Book ReMarks: Bag of Hammers
Remember high school? What was the worst exercise your English teacher could assign? “Write a 500-word essay on one of the following topics.” That’s the one. Friggin’ right, eh b’ys? Despite having grown up to ...
RCMP seek children’s help to name new puppy recruits
RCMP will have 13 German shepherd puppies added to their team at the Police Dog Service Training Centre in Innisfail, Alta. this year, but they need help choosing names for all of those puppies. So, they are reaching out to Canadian children 14 ...
Alan Doyle getting accolades for new music video of his song ‘Beautiful to Me’
Alan Doyle doesn’t consider his new music video to be just a music video. At least, not the kind everyone is used to. It’s a project, he says, to show the beauty of people. “All people,” he stresses. “And this song and ...
Herb Hopkins to launch new novel, ‘New Found Land,’ on Sunday
Local author and woodworker Herb Hopkins has carved out another gorgeous work of fiction with his 2018 novel, “New Found Land.” Three and a half years, a trip to Havana, a trip to New Orleans, time in St. John’s, and a ...
Cooking outside the box: A Labrador woman’s take on Asian cuisine
When people think of dishes that a cook from Newfoundland or Labrador would make, fish is certainly a staple that comes to mind. Certainly, those familiar with northern food would think of arctic char as a great ingredient for a Labrador supper. ...