The naming game

The naming game

Updated at 05:02 - What’s in a name? Wines were commonly known by their place of origin a few centuries ago in France and other wine producing parts of Europe. If you were able to...

Track your kids online: police

Updated on September 03, 2015 - You’re a busy parent with laundry to do, supper to make, housework to be completed, plus a demanding full-time job.

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The fatigue of feeding others

Updated on September 02, 2015 - As soon as The Telegram posted online that two restaurants — Aqua and The Club — were shutting down immediately

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Local

Not budging

Updated on September 03, 2015 - Premier Paul Davis continued to defend his choice to include an endorsement from an RNC officer in a video posted on his...

Unexpected guests

Updated on September 03, 2015 - Updated storyIt was an awkward scene at Marine Park in Pouch Cove, as NDP Leader Earle McCurdy announced his party will fight...

Conservative candidates slowly rising

Updated on September 03, 2015 - They’re coming in at a slow trickle, but as of Thursday the Conservative Party of Canada had three candidates in this province who...

Local

Opinion

Stop blocking wheelchair zones

Updated at 03:32 - News flash for St. John’s drivers: a bus stop with a wheelchair symbol means it is a wheelchair loading and unloading zone. If these particular bus stops are obstructed in any way, the Metrobus cannot get close enough to lower its wheelchair ramp..

The video

Updated at 03:32 - It seems innocuous enough; a collage of local citizens singing the praises of Premier Paul Davis. Old friends, his spouse, a...

A plea to poachers

Updated at 03:32 - My intention in writing this letter is based on my many years of work as a conservation and protection officer.

Opinion

Opinion

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Business

Two St. John’s restaurants closed

Updated on September 01, 2015 - Mark McCrowe, the award-winning Newfoundland and Labrador chef, has permanently closed both of his well-known St. John’s...

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Fortis reaches deal on Belize Electricity

Updated on September 01, 2015 - Fortis has settled with the Government of Belize over an expropriation in June 2011 of the company’s interest in Belize Electricity...

Business

Sports

Playoff opener, final preview?

Updated at 03:32 - They’ve been going at it on the soccer turf for what seems like eons, and there’s nothing to suggest another Holy Cross-St. Lawrence showdown for the Molson Challenge Cup Soccer League isn’t in the cards again this year..

Sports

Living

The evolution of beer bottles

Updated at 03:32 - Have you been to the liquor store lately? Have you noticed how many different bottles and cans there are that hold your beer? The evolution of containers is fascinating and many vessels made to hold wine and beer can be traced far back in history..

Photo

Go Guide

Updated on September 02, 2015 - Saturday, Sept. 5• This is Come Home Year here on Bell Island and also the Celebration of “The Return of Gregory Normore” our first...

Living

News

News

Entertainment

Breathing air, catching fire

Updated on September 01, 2015 - Progressive country metal? Progressive folk metal? Waterfront Fire aren’t sure what to call their musical style.

Entertainment

Community

“The flag is still flying”

Updated on September 03, 2015 - There was cause for celebration in Horwood this past weekend. The Salvation Army Corps marked its 110-year anniversary Aug. 28-30 with a youth rally, anniversary supper and special church services..

Community