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A week that changed our world Saturday: Changing his world

A week that changed our world Saturday: Changing his world

It’s not just anywhere that 11-year-old Michael Jefferies could spend a summer afternoon riding horseback on the beach. But he can at Sandy Point, a beach at the end of the road in Laurenceton, on the Bay of Exploits.

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Boy on bike struck by vehicle

Updated at 07:39 - Police are continuing to investigate an incident involving a young boy on a bicycle who was struck by a car at the intersection of Campbell Avenue and Cashin Avenue in St. John’s Friday afternoon..

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Opinion

Consider this

Updated at 03:33 - Charlene Johnson has a veritable phone book of responsibilities in the current government: minister of finance; president of Treasury Board; minister responsible for the Human Resource Secretariat; minister responsible for the Public Service....

East Coast Trail attack misinformed

Updated at 03:33 - The misinformed attack on the integrity of the esteemed registered charity, East Coast Trail Association, by a disgruntled...

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Sports

Newfoundland and Labrador Good Sports

Updated on August 29, 2014 - During Wednesday's membership day at Bally Haly Golf Club in St. John’s, John Nolan (second from the left) used a seven-iron as he made a hole-in-one on the 152-yard eighth hole. Nolan finished the round with an even par 70. The other members of....

Newfoundland and Labrador Good sports

Updated on August 29, 2014 - Newfoundland and Labrador Rugby Union treasurer Tom Jacobs (left) presents the Jacobs Cup to Dogs RFC captain Danny Aylward after...

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Living

Fall warblers not so hard to peg

Updated at 03:33 - In my early days as a birdwatcher, the bird guide I used contained two plates containing fall-plumaged warblers. The plates were titled “Confusing Fall Warblers.” Talk about getting a beginner off on shaky grounds..

Photo

A little tech support needed

Updated at 03:33 - There’s good news and bad news. This was a bumper crop week for me with pictures sent from readers but I can’t show you any of them...

St-Pierre with my own eyes Photo

Updated at 03:32 - St-Pierre-Miquelon are French islands only 20 kilometres off Newfoundland’s Burin Peninsula. Although I’ve always been curious...

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Business

Business

Entertainment

One for the morning glory

Updated on August 29, 2014 - Bobby O’Donovan reckons he’s one of the few people who’ve ever been pulled over by the police for going too slow on the highway..

Entertainment

Community

Community Heroes: Twist Your Wrist raises $20K

Updated on August 25, 2014 - The fifth annual Twist Your Wrist Motorcycle Ride, held Aug 17, was organized by the Canadian Motorcycle Cruisers 024 in support of the Children’s Wish Foundation..

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