Investigative

Minister’s trip to Romania for ferry launch cost $10K

Minister’s trip to Romania for ferry launch cost $10K

Updated at 05:32 - “We did a number of onsite meetings to assess exactly the vessel itself — the capabilities of the vessel, the construction of it, the technical parts of it ... I’m the one who gets asked all these questions," said David Brazil.

Clyde Jackman calls it a day

Updated on September 04, 2015 - “He’s going to have to learn to slow down, and I really don’t know if he can do that yet,” PC minister's wife says.

Doing Motown for mental health

Updated on September 04, 2015 - Amelia Curran, Jody Richardson, Mark Bragg and Jenny Gear put together a show of Motown’s biggest hits for Saturday show

Local

Committee disappointed announcement not new hospital build

Updated at 04:02 - Israel Hann had been hoping this week’s health-care funding announcement at Western Memorial Regional Hospital was going to be related to the new hospital planned for the city, specifically the long-term care facility..

Where the wild meats are

Updated on September 04, 2015 - Things are starting to taste a little wilder around a couple of Sobeys locations in the St. John’s area. If you peruse the meat...

Local

Opinion

When guns were toy six-shooters

Updated at 03:33 - For a while there last week, it appeared that my hometown of Gander was making a guest appearance on one of those ubiquitous American shows highlighting the activities of cops and robbers..

Opinion

Opinion

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Business

The fatigue of feeding others

Updated on September 02, 2015 - As soon as The Telegram posted online yesterday that two restaurants — Aqua and The Club — were shutting down immediately, an online discussion started on the paper’s webpage about why two seemingly successful eateries would have to close shop. Both....

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Two St. John’s restaurants closed

Updated on September 01, 2015 - Mark McCrowe, the award-winning Newfoundland and Labrador chef, has permanently closed both of his well-known St. John’s...

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Business

Sports

Sports

Living

Pretty paths and patios

Updated at 04:02 - Thanks to Sandy Robertson for a very timely photo this week of yellow sedum growing quite happily on a gravel path used for access to his roof (for knocking off icicles mostly) and transporting heavy and bulky garden material to and fro in his garden.

Photo

Serendipity at the library

Updated at 03:33 - By Sherri SandersonSerendipity has been called “a fortunate happenstance” and “an aptitude for making desirable discoveries by...

The tale of one bird

Updated at 03:33 - The last weekend of August marks the beginning of a six-weekend assault on the alders of the southern Avalon Peninsula. Seasoned...

Living

News

News

Entertainment

Serendipity at the library

Updated at 03:33 - By Sherri SandersonSerendipity has been called “a fortunate happenstance” and “an aptitude for making desirable discoveries by accident” by Wikipedia and Dictionary.com. The term is a perfect description of what can happen when browsing at the....

Entertainment

Community

“The flag is still flying”

Updated on September 04, 2015 - There was cause for celebration in Horwood this past weekend. The Salvation Army Corps marked its 110-year anniversary Aug. 28-30 with a youth rally, anniversary supper and special church services..

Community