Home-care talks reach impasse

Home-care talks reach impasse

Updated on June 29, 2015 - NAPE says negotiations on behalf of more than 4,000 home-care workers in the province have reached an impasse.

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Bringing their work home

Updated on June 29, 2015 - It’s an Argentinian wine with a strong Newfoundland connection and it’s hitting liquor store shelves today.

Rules of the road

Rules of the road

Updated at 05:02 - We’ve all seen them. Heck, I was one of them for a couple of years. They are the runners, out in the morning, during lunch, after work  or after supper.

Don’t let report gather dust

Updated at 05:02 - Last week, the Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples released its final report and recommendations for change regarding on-reserve housing and...

10 days, 10 columns

10 days, 10 columns

Updated at 05:02 - Ever pitch your bosses on an idea that you later almost wish they had turned down?

Habs’ development camp growing

Updated at 05:03 - The Montreal Canadiens’ five-player haul in the weekend National Hockey League Entry Draft didn’t produce anyone who will suit up with the St. John’s IceCaps,...

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No serious injuries in RV accident

Updated at 03:32 - There were no substantial injuries to a man and a woman who were in an accident on the Trans-Canada Highway east of Fischells River on Monday morning..

Gaze-ing into the future

Updated at 03:02 - The little garden centre that could in downtown St. John’s, Gaze Seed, has changed hands. The new ownership team includes Peter...

Hostel conditions unfit, mom says

Updated at 03:32 - Charmaine Noble of Grand Falls-Windsor is no stranger to the Janeway Hostel  in St. John’s and has no qualms speaking out...

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On the attack

Updated at 03:32 - It’s a curious little exchange: maybe telling, or maybe just an example of what happens when you’ve let your viewpoint harden into “us and them.”.

Remember Benedict’s words

Updated on June 29, 2015 - I write in response to Brian Hodder’s column “Belief does not trump human rights,” April 25.

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Hook, line and sinker

Updated on June 29, 2015 - It appears that the misinformation campaign and the cacophony of ignorance regarding the hook and release of Atlantic salmon has...

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Default win and a day off for Canadian men

Updated at 03:33 - Canada had the day off, but still improved its record Monday at the World Softball Baseball Confederation (WSBC) 2015 fastpitch championship in Saskatoon..

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Made in Canada

Updated at 03:32 - Tomorrow is Canada Day. What better way to pay tribute to our country than to learn a little more about the food we produce..

Swift to the stage

Updated at 03:32 - She’s the queen of the ear worm — you don’t have to like her, but hear one of her hits on the radio and you’re singing it for days

Life in the midst of war

Updated on June 29, 2015 - CASH PAID for men’s suits, boots, shoes, long rubbers, logans, women’s dresses, shoes, chairs, couches, tables, field glasses,...

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Swift to the stage

Updated at 03:32 - She’s the queen of the ear worm — you don’t have to like her, but hear one of her hits on the radio and you’re singing it for days..

Letting the imagination go

Updated on June 25, 2015 - “The imagination is an intangible, flighty thing,” writes Philippa Jones in her artist statement for her latest exhibition.

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Company recognized for support of reservists

Updated on June 28, 2015 - West End Electronics received the award for Most Supportive to Reservists serving in Cadet Organizations Administration and Training Service at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa on Thursday, May 28, 2015. The national award ceremony celebrated the....

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A lesson in perseverance

Updated on June 03, 2015 - Ailish Slaney’s big brown eyes and infectious smile would light up anyone’s life, especially once you hear what the young girl has...

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