The donut showdown

The donut showdown

Updated at 16:18 - Well-known local chef and culinary institute teacher narrowly missed out on winning $10,000, but says he wouldn’t trade the experience for the world.

Another way to get around

Another way to get around

Updated at 05:02 - A year from now, Scott Morton-Ninomiya hopes people in St. John’s will share vehicles through a co-operative group.

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Keeping expectations realistic

Updated at 18:55 - Asking government for the moon is setting one’s self up for disappointment, according to Newfoundland and Labrador 50+ Federation...

Uncovering the past

Updated at 19:02 - Tucked away in a little valley a stone’s throw from the main road that runs though the historic Town of Burin is a little cemetery...

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Audit chill

Updated at 03:32 - You do have to wonder sometimes if Canadians are just too much like sheep: willing to keep nibbling the grass while all sorts of stuff goes on all around them..

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Scenes from a convention

Updated at 03:32 - Well, the real convention news is over and the new Progressive Conservative leader is picked, after a process so tangled that...

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‘What fools these mortals be’

Updated at 03:32 - After spending 10 hours watching the telecast of the PC leadership convention, I’m left with somewhat of a let-down feeling or...

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Broken leg, surgery derail Osmond’s fall season

Updated at 03:02 - Kaetlyn Osmond’s figure skating season is on ice. Given the sport she competes in, that might seem like a given. But in this case, “being on ice” doesn’t refer to skating.For a second consecutive year, Osmond will lose most of her fall season because....

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Viva Renews Photo

Updated at 03:32 - Five women. Two days. Zero parental duties. Where do they go? Vegas? Naw. 

Time marches on

Updated at 03:32 - Have a look at the picture The Telegram has here with my column. I remember when it was taken. I threatened the photographer to...

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Community Heroes: NLCU raises more than $40,000

Updated on September 15, 2014 - The 13th annual Rod Benson Memorial Golf Tournament raised over $40,000 on Aug. 27 at Clovelly Golf Club in St. John's. The tournament is one of the major annual fundraisers of the NLCU Charitable Foundation Corp. Funds raised will support work of a....

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