Catalina man sentenced in assault case, attempted murder charges ...
UPDATE: Woman’s sudden death in C.B.S. under investigation
Police looking for information on Springdale church break in
New Labrador power line a Nalcor project
Kimmel's Dildo frenzy not just another Newfie joke
Botwood using murals to show its history
Mayor confident Gander can grow aerospace industries
Broadway show leads to banner tourism year for Central Newfoundland
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Our Lady Peace coming back to St. John’s
Dead-heading large rhodos almost impossible
Clarenville, Carbonear girls sing their way to an international gold medal
A gifted realist: Young Clarenville painter completes impressive mural at ice cream shop
Town of Carbonear optimistic about expanding theatre before year-end
CONTEST: Win tickets to Broadway on the Rock in St. John's
Their ‘art’ goes out to her: Heritage students, teachers and families appreciate art and design class’ work
It was a day Pamela Collins had looked forward to for each of the last six years at Heritage Collegiate; one where beautiful works of art by her students were presented for the public. It has long brought Collins great joy and pride, but at this ...
Singer Measha Brueggergosman admitted to Foothills Hospital, awaiting double bypass surgery
Canadian soprano star Measha Brueggergosman is awaiting heart surgery at Calgary’s Foothills Hospital, just days after garnering rave reviews from a unique performance live-streamed around the world. The singer wrote on Facebook this weekend ...
Gordon Parsons honoured to be Spaniard's Bay's official bagpipes player
Gordon Parsons is known for performing at Remembrance Day ceremonies in Spaniard's Bay and other events when requested. DARLENE STAMP PHOTO For a period of about 20 years, Gordon Parsons barely touched his bagpipes. Since returning to ...
Public speaking conquered, Marystown teen Nitin Murugeswaran’s next goal is to become a doctor
You could say Nitin Murugeswaran has developed a pretty keen ear for accents. He’s experienced four pretty distinct ones thus far. The 16-year-old was born in India and lived in Sheffield in the United Kingdom for several years. After ...
2 Minutes with Merle Sullivan
The old man mind-walks back to his youth. Like a black-and-white reel nearing the closing credits, one more story yet to unfold. “Well, what was I going to say… 1933 or ’32? I was, of course, going to school then and one ...
2 Minutes with Wally Polson
Sometimes the drive-thru speaker crackles, but the greeting is always genuine, friendly and familiar. “Welcome to McDonald’s, can I take your order?” Wally Polson is a fixture at this fast-food restaurant on James Street in ...
2 Minutes with Jeremy Novak
He’s portrayed a dead man hundreds of times but had never seen death. Sitting bedside this past February as his father’s life slipped away, Jeremy Novak’s view of mortality changed. A desire to make the most of limited time ...
2 Minutes with Carl Sonnichsen
He’s been a weather watcher since he was a child. “Been that way since I was 10 years old,” says Carl Sonnichsen. “I used to cut weather maps out of newspapers and piece them into a journal and record weather forecasts ...