We will remember them
Marystown's Clem Lambe presented with Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers
Lord’s Cove’s hidden gem
Cortney Lake deserves ‘dignity of a proper burial,’ mother says
Bereaved parents group on Burin Peninsula hosting memorial
Beaumont-Hamel visit was trip of a lifetime for Marystown student
St. Joseph’s Academy hosts Mental Health Awareness Day
N.L. prescriptions focus of new law
FFAW and FISH-NL oppose opening of N.L.’s 3Ps cod fishery to draggers
Cape Breton Post
WATCH: Fireball captured in time-lapse video from International Space Station
WATCH: Short doc explores what life is like for youth on Northern Peninsula
Bouzane family stands strong 10 years after death of their son in Afghanistan
‘Come From Away’ — based on Gander's hospitality during 9-11 — to become a movie
LaPoile man shot seabird eating large trout
Springdale woman with cerebral palsy gets to work through care2ride program
SPRINGDALE, NL — Rebecca Norman has more to overcome than most in getting to work. The Springdale woman has cerebral palsy. Mobility is one of the major obstacles she has to overcome to be a productive member of society. Norman wants to ...
No barriers standing in the way for Pacquet's female fire chief
PACQUET, NL - Jodie Matthews says the classification of "female" fire chief is not necessary to separate her from any other leader in the province, but she is proud of the title and its significance nonetheless. There is not a lot ...
Codroy Valley couple living sustainable lifestyle
ST. ANDREWS, NL – It’s another crisp and clear autumn afternoon in the Codroy Valley and, as usual – when she’s not cutting hair – Bernadine Ryan is puttering around in her garden. Today she’s filling one ...
Fogo Island Inn and Fluevog partner on a fundraising shoe
Would you wear the Fogo Island Vow? ...
Remembrance Day: Sharing a friendship and a tradition
STRATFORD, ONT. – Nine-year-old Ryley McMillan and Myles Newton, 5, of Stratford, Ont. spotted each other for the first time through a fence that separated their neighbouring school and daycare. Noticing they both share something special, ...
Newfoundland and Labrador women’s almanac celebrates activism, feminism
The St. John’s Status of Women Council (SJSOWC) is partnering with Breakwater Books for the second year in a row to produce the 2018 women’s almanac. SJSOWC executive director Jenny Wright says this edition will be all about recording ...
Joel Thomas Hynes wins Governor General's Literary Award
Local author Joel Thomas Hynes has won one of the country's most prestigious literary awards with his latest novel. Hynes was named winner of the 2017 Governor General's Literary Awards in English fiction for "We'll All Be Burnt ...
Jarvis continues to scare up some thrills in “Haunted Ground — Ghost Stories From the Rock”
Wicked witches in Joe Batt’s Arm, the ghost of a dead man in Glovertown, the crossing out of a single crow in Marystown, a mysterious Norsemen in Lanse aux Meadows, voices on the Labrador in Red Bay and Emily Harbour, the smell of death in ...
Painting it ‘the way it is’
At first glance you could swear the paintings on James Jones’ Facebook page were the real thing. ...
Dogberries and the coming snow
The trees around town are looking particularly sprinkled with red. ...