Hi again taxpayers!

Hi again taxpayers!

Updated at 14:15 - St. John’s mayor, Dorothy Wyatt, was legendary for her hair scarves, pro-taxpayer slogans and big spectacular glasses.

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The cost of caring

Updated at 08:57 - Rodney Miller of Port Rexton just wants to be able to take care of his wife, Beth.

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Opinion

Suffer the children

Updated at 03:32 - One step forward, two steps back.Child sexual abuse by the clergy is not a problem that Pope Francis created, but it is one he promised to address..

Species at risk article missed the mark

Updated at 03:32 - Your article “Biologist knocks Species at Risk Act” (by Cory Hurley, TC Media, Feb. 5) contained at least one serious error in fact...

Vacuum of leadership

Updated on February 11, 2016 - When the CBC reported: “St. John's Mayor Dennis O'Keefe says a closed-door meeting set for Sunday is not about his leadership,” it...

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Local businesses to get ACOA money

Updated at 09:00 - The federal government has announced it will give $12.6 million across six Atlantic Canadian projects through the Atlantic...

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Sports

Newfoundland and Labrador Good Sports

Updated at 06:19 - Paul Butler was among the many who attended a rally at Harry Ivany Arena in Botwood last week to support the local minor hockey association’s bid to make the central Newfoundland town the next Kraft Hockeyville..

Newfoundland and Labrador Good Sports

Updated at 06:21 - Conception Bay South’s 2016 Winter Games mascot Splash the Whale poses for a photo at the town’s new stadium on Thursday night with...

Newfoundland and Labrador Good Sports

Updated at 06:15 - Two-year-old Chase Stevens of St. John's, who took in his first ever American Hockey League game at Mile One Centre on Wednesday...

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Living

The secret Valentine’s ingredient

Updated at 03:32 - With the big day nearly upon us, many of you no doubt think today’s secret ingredient is love. Some of you are guessing chocolate. You’re all wrong..

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Turning green into white

Updated at 03:32 - The Spanish word “verde” means green. Coming from a European language with roots in Latin, it has relatives in French (“vert”),...

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Etcetera

Updated on February 09, 2016 - Here's what's on the go this week.

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