Ready for hire

Ready for hire

Updated at 23:09 - Eric, Mark and Mark are prime examples of what people with an intellectual disability or an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are capable of accomplishing, say their employers.

Euthanasia is a sin

Euthanasia is a sin

Updated at 12:17 - I would like to respond to Feb. 7 column, “Another year of unnecessary suffering,” by Russell Wangersky.

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Choking hazards abound for kids

Choking hazards abound for kids

Updated at 22:28 - By Gwydion MorrisSpecial to TC MediaCoins, Lego blocks, earrings, screws, fishhooks, a piece of wood.Those are just some of the things Veanus Buckingham has had...

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Final witness heard in assault trial

Updated at 21:08 - It certainly lacked the intensity of some past moments, but the trial of Allan Potter wrapped up its final witness on Thursday...

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When horror hits home

Updated at 03:32 - Driving south on Nova Scotia’s 101 highway, I went right by Berwick on the day Harley Lawrence died. I went by a lot of other...

Town tackling traffic flow

Updated at 03:32 - Drivers and pedestrians are going to see changes along Route 60, thanks to recent decisions by the Town of Conception Bay South.

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No senior hockey Herder for 2015

Updated at 15:45 - Regardless of how much money it has in the bank, the affluent sports governing body that is Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador isn’t prepared to cover any losses this year’s provincial senior hockey final could incur, which means competition for the....

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Theory of relativity

Updated at 06:50 - Prince George, B.C. — Up until Wendy Kenny saw her son Nathan Kenny and the rest of Team Newfoundland and Labrador’s boys hockey...

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Shrimp fisherman given hefty fine

Updated at 21:02 - Rodney Baggs of Twillingate was fined $4,000 for failing to fully complete a fishing log on a daily basis during last year’s shrimp fishing season..

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Tapping into girl power

Updated on February 25, 2015 - I know some of my guys friends are going to roll their eyes when they read that I’ve spent the last week watching a show that was...

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Cancer Society introduces fund-raising dream team

Updated at 13:47 - Al Pelley of the Canadian Cancer Society of Newfoundland and Labrador announces the members of 2015 Relay for Life Team. The members are Jason Sharpe, of Steers Insurance, Jim Organ, executive director of the Heavy Civil Association of Newfoundland....

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