Garbage lands too close to home

Garbage lands too close to home

Updated at 05:03 - Even during late afternoon traffic, things are quiet on Holy Trinity Lane in Torbay. Hidden from the main road behind homes and the town hall, the local cemetery is well-groomed and still.

Tely 10 registration just about reaches cap

Tely 10 registration just about reaches cap

Updated at 05:02 - This year’s Tely 10 Mile Road Race isn’t full, but it isn’t far off. As of press time on Monday night — which coincided with the event’s 11:59 p.m. registration...

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Irish Loop woman logs pothole damages

Updated at 03:02 - The six months Keith Stampe spent going back and forth to St. John’s to visit his dying brother was rough enough without dealing...

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Near misses

Updated at 03:33 - At 6 a.m. on Saturday on the C.B.S. Bypass Road, you’re probably at least aware that there might be moose coming up towards the road through the brush..

Dry as a tinderbox

Updated at 03:32 - If you’re big on the outdoors, chances are that you’re out on the water looking for cod this week instead of trying to find a few...

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Kids and squids

Updated at 03:33 - Before I begin this story about our trip to the best mini aquarium in the land, I have to preface it with the fact that Surprise Child possesses a delicate stomach and overactive gag reflex..

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Not your mom’s potato salad

Updated at 03:32 - The day of our very first date, more than 150 years ago, we were a little late getting started because my now husband was enjoying...

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Carl English predicts Canada will rebound

Updated at 03:02 - After failing to qualify for this summer’s FIBA World Cup, the Canadian men’s basketball team is making sure it’s prepared to make a run at the 2016 Olympics.Canada is in the midst of a three-day training camp in Toronto to gear up for 11-game....

Rivalry renewed

Updated on July 21, 2014 - It will be another St. John’s Capitals-Corner Brook Barons provincial senior A baseball final again this summer, a prelude to at...

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Freedom 58?

Updated on July 21, 2014 - A new survey says Canadians, on average, expect to be mortgage-free by age 58, one year later than in a similar poll a year ago.But the survey, conducted for CIBC by Angus Reid, found some big discrepancies across the country..

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