Biker safety worth discussion: drivers

Biker safety worth discussion: drivers

Updated at 04:32 - Darrell Hynes will be at the starting point for the Motorcycle Ride for Autism on July 26, laying out some ground rules, for the safety of all riders, including himself.

Welcome back, Tea Garden

Welcome back, Tea Garden

Updated at 05:32 - Sunday traffic in Conception Bay South was brisk but once we’d arrived at Holyrood’s famous Tea Garden all was well.

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Stolen vehicle involved in collision

Updated at 07:26 - A vehicle stolen from the Woodbine Avenue area of Corner Brook was involved in a collision shortly after the theft, police reported...

Flight of the Good Samaritan

Updated at 08:31 - The stories of Newfoundlanders lending a helping hand to travellers who find themselves in need are many, but it’s also the case...

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Opinion

Atlantic provinces must work together

Updated at 03:32 - In light of the recent launch of the provincial government’s population growth strategy, I would like to bring this issue to the attention of your readers..

A culture of killing

Updated at 03:32 - Like you, my mind has been trying to grapple with what’s continuing to happen in the United States.From Columbine High School to...

Population-growth pipe dreams

Updated at 03:33 - I wonder what kind of alien substance is in those vapour cigarettes being smoked on Confederation Hill?

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Business

Gaze-ing into the future

Updated on June 30, 2015 - The little garden centre that could in downtown St. John’s, Gaze Seed, has changed hands. The new ownership team includes Peter Byrne, the great-grandson of the original owner E.W. Gaze, who launched the business in 1926..

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Sports

Ed-die! Ed-die! Part 2?

Updated at 03:32 - A lot has happened from the time chants of “Ed-die! Ed-die! Ed-die!” rained down from the seats at Mile One Centre what seems like a while ago now, when Eddie Pasquale was giving the IceCaps Patrick Roy-like playoff goaltending their first year in St.....

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Living

The merchant’s side of the story

Updated at 04:02 - Down to Bowring’s: A MemoirBy Derrick Bowring, edited by Amy BowringCreative Publishers$19.95; 141 pagesI never cease to be surprised by how a well-written book can stimulate my interest in a subject I expected to be boring. Derrick Bowring’s....

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Back seat trouble

Updated at 04:02 - Summer time is roadtrip time, we all know that. We also know the front seat is the best seat. You get a better view, more room,...

It’s ‘feed me!’ season

Updated at 03:32 - There are lots of hungry mouths to feed in the bird world at this time of year. Parent birds are out there in the countryside...

Living

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Entertainment

Fancy some ink?

Updated on July 03, 2015 - If you’ve ever considered a tattoo on your ankle or a full-on Sailor Jerry-type chest piece, now might be a good time to take the plunge..

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Swift to the stage

Updated on June 30, 2015 - She’s the queen of the ear worm — you don’t have to like her, but hear one of her hits on the radio and you’re singing it for days

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Community

Company recognized for support of reservists

Updated on June 28, 2015 - West End Electronics received the award for Most Supportive to Reservists serving in Cadet Organizations Administration and Training Service at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa on Thursday, May 28, 2015. The national award ceremony celebrated the....

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A lesson in perseverance

Updated on June 03, 2015 - Ailish Slaney’s big brown eyes and infectious smile would light up anyone’s life, especially once you hear what the young girl has...

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