Sea Cucumbers creating jobs in St. Lawrence
Newfoundland neighbours’ land feud ends up in court
Bob Wakeham: The ghosts of Muskrat past
UPDATED: Targa Newfoundland announces dates for next five years
ATV accident prompts emergency response in Beau Bois
Ocean Choice International charged with illegal fishing
The Food Dude – Getting Grilled: Charissa Lyda’s Cheesecake
Deer Lake teen Tamarah Gillard has a way with cows
Deer Lake dairy farmer sees fall fair as a way to connect with people
The Southern Gazette
Letter: School district spending problems – the result of inadequate educational governance
Letter: The art of the apology
Letter: Bad boys, bad boys, what ya gonna do?
Letter: Feds should cut red tape on oil exploration, not offer hand-outs for Muskrat Falls
Letter: Canada should be a world leader in freshwater protection
LETTER: Asking the right work question
Letter: Who can make a silk purse out of a muskrat?
So, the new political buzz-word is “mitigate.” Premier Dwight Ball and his administration, and also Progressive Conservative Leader Ches Crosbie and his colleagues, are all working hard to find ways to suitably mitigate the economic ...
Letter: Scotty, beam us up. Now!
You just don’t know what a new day will bring to politics from Confederation Hill. Just a few weeks ago at the Liberal Convention in Gander, Premier Dwight Ball, smiling like a Cheshire cat after eating the whole codfish by himself, guaranteed ...
Letter: Discovery Day name change is nonsense
Those who want to change the name of Discovery Day are being illogical. If that holiday ought not to celebrate the discovery of Newfoundland by those who since then have mostly made it what it has become, then we ought to abolish that particular ...
Letter: Western Brook Pond will never be the same
Having personally experienced the wonder of the Iconic Western Brook Trail and Fjord in 2015, 2016 and 2017; I am stunned by its massacre in 2018. The wound left in this world-renowned UNESCO site is environmentally irresponsible and ...
Letter: Nalcor failing to consult with Mekap’sk Mi’kmaq
The Mekap’sk Mi’kmaq Band is an Indigenous group, with recognized and protected rights under section 35 of the Constitution Act, who collectively hold Aboriginal Title over Newfoundland’s Northern Peninsula. Transmission lines ...
LETTER: Baseball players shut out of tournament
This letter is in response to the article published in the Western Star, August 3rd, regarding the suspensions of four, 20-year-old junior baseball players. The article entitled “Fouled Out” recounts only one side of the ...
Letter: Where there’s a will, there’s a plastic bag-free way
The little town of Blanc Sablon, population 1,118, on Quebec’s Lower North Shore and the terminal for the Labrador Straits ferry from St. Barbe, has two major, very well stocked grocery stores. Both these stores are now single-use plastic bag ...
Letter: Time for N.L. MPs to speak up on surf clams
I wish to comment on the item “Surf clam decision stays,” published in the Telegram on July 21. This article indicated new federal Fisheries Minister Jonathan Wilkinson of British Columbia will not reconsider the decision of his ...
Letter: We simply can’t afford to pay more for power
It is great living in a country where we have freedom of speech — at least for now. I figured when the government runs out of items to tax, they will charge us five cents for each word we utter. I guess that I will get my five cents in before ...
LETTER: And again … what’s up in Newfoundland?
I had commented recently about the implausible statement by the president of N.L. Hydro that power rates are going to double, but if the people of the province take remedial action to reduce their consumption, that could make the situation even ...