Paying the price for self-service

Paying the price for self-service

Updated at 05:04 - The check-in area in the Halifax airport is a gleaming example of the wonder of wasted space. The building arches up, fronted with two storeys of glass, while the...

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Parity on the pitch

Parity on the pitch

Updated at 05:04 - After years of women’s soccer dominance at the provincial senior level, it appears C.B.S. Kirby Group will be getting a push this season from a group of young...

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Ball ducks disclosure on Liberal party debt deal

Updated at 03:02 - Three banks wrote off a significant chunk of the money owed to them by the Liberal Party of Newfoundland and Labrador, but on Wednesday Liberal Leader Dwight Ball wouldn’t say how much money was written off, or which banks were involved..

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‘Urinetown’ spoofs broadway musicals

Updated on May 27, 2015 - When actors/directors Tim Matson and Kyle McDavid first started explaining the concept behind their newest production, “Urinetown,”...

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Updated on May 27, 2015 - Tip-A-Vista Wellness Foundation is having an awareness walk today at 7 p.m. beginning from the Public Building, Bonavista. A social...

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Drastic measures

Updated at 03:34 - Two years ago this month, actress Angelina Jolie announced she had undergone a double mastectomy because a gene she carried meant she was almost guaranteed to get breast cancer..

Council’s loony logic

Updated at 03:34 - So let me get this straight: according to St. John’s city council a yoga class with three students at a private home will create...

MPRs: another four-letter word?

Updated at 03:34 - The issue of minimum processing requirements (MPRs) in the Newfoundland and Labrador fishery is back in the news. But more light...

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Business

Co-op working on securing new supplier

Updated on May 27, 2015 - The Lewisporte Area Consumers Co-op is getting a new grocery and gas supplier since Co-op Atlantic is getting out of that part of the business..

Dam deferrals

Updated on May 26, 2015 - A tailings dam at the former Gullbridge copper mine failed in December 2012, creating a breach in the dam 35 metres long, 25 metres...

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Sports

O’Brien is last Newfoundlander standing in pro hockey playoffs

Updated on May 27, 2015 - Zach O’Brien of St. John’s, the last Newfoundlander still playing in pro hockey’s playoffs, had a big game Tuesday night for the Manchester Monarchs, picking up a goal and an assist and second-star honours in a 5-3 Manchester win over the Hartford....

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Living

Gluten-free, naturally

Updated at 03:34 - When searching for gluten-free foods, don’t limit your search solely to foods that advertise themselves as being gluten-free. Many of these marketed foods can be more highly processed and lower in nutrition. Instead, familiarize yourself with....

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'Beat It' to the box office

Updated on May 26, 2015 - If you’re going to make a career as a Michael Jackson tribute artist, you’re setting yourself up for some work.

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Entertainment

McGrath, Peacock take home NL Book Awards

Updated on May 27, 2015 - Poet Carmelita McGrath and veterinarian-turned-writer Andrew Peacock were named winners of this year's Newfoundland and Labrador Book Awards this afternoon..

'Beat It' to the box office

Updated on May 26, 2015 - If you’re going to make a career as a Michael Jackson tribute artist, you’re setting yourself up for some work.

Etcetera for the week May 27-June 3

Updated on May 26, 2015 - ConcertsThe Beaches Heritage CentreEastportTickets are on sale for the annual Winterset in Summer Literary Festival, to be held...

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Community

Aces for pavement

Updated on May 15, 2015 - Anyone whose visited the St. Joseph's Church recently will be aware that the parking lot is badly in need of repairs..

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What's happening this week

Updated on May 14, 2015 - Thursday, May 14° All tickets for both flipper dinners at Wesley Church on May 14 and My 28 are sold out. Wesley very much...

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