MUN stays mum

MUN stays mum

Updated at 05:02 - Memorial University has received more tests which indicate elevated levels of lead in the water, but spokeswoman Paula Dyke would not reveal which buildings are affected.

And they’re off

And they’re off

Updated at 05:02 - If anyone tells you they know who’ll win the October federal election, don’t believe them.

Empty promises

Updated at 05:02 - There’s probably no better promise for a politician than one they make knowing that the courts will keep them from delivering.

Many eateries cater to dietary needs

Many eateries cater to dietary needs

Updated at 05:02 - Most will agree that it’s hard to make healthy choices when eating out. In St. John’s, we are fortunate to have a variety of dining options to choose from. Many...

Response to letter was revealing

Updated at 05:02 - It is my perception that when members of the LGBTQ community participate in their annual Pride Week activities, these persons are doing so in an attempt to...

Life of Lewis

Life of Lewis

Updated at 06:10 - If you had Kevin Lewis as a classmate in the one-room schoolhouse he attended, you may have thought ...

Hickey at Para Pan Am Games

Updated on August 03, 2015 - Liam Hickey of St. John’s will join the Canadian senior men’s wheelchair basketball squad at the Para Pan American Games

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CFIB raises questions about P3s

Updated at 03:02 - The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) wants to see more transparency in the way the government awards contracts, especially with the contentious public-private partnerships — commonly called P3s..

Mysterious ailment kills salmon

Updated on August 03, 2015 - St. Anthony resident Ralph Hedderson was near Parker’s Brook when he noticed a gathering of people.

Broadcaster gets boost

Updated on August 03, 2015 - St. John’s Mayor Dennis O’Keefe slammed the public broadcaster CBC into the ground on Monday afternoon at the Mile 0 marker...

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Cheers & Jeers

Updated on August 03, 2015 - Cheers: to the capital city’s longest party of the summer. And we’re up to our necks in it right now. This is the week that features the annual Royal St, John’s Regatta on Wednesday, bookended by two musical celebrations — the George Street Festival....

Clarifying the parks plan

Updated on August 03, 2015 - In response to Bob Oxley’s letter to the editor (“Parks are precious public spaces”), July 27, I would like to provide...

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Conservatives MIA in N.L.

Updated on August 03, 2015 - Have they just given up?If the federal Conservatives haven’t surrendered the field in this province, they sure look like they have

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Summer biz blues

Updated on July 31, 2015 - The summer weather, or lack thereof, may be enough to turn the air blue with obscenities for some of us, but others who have...

Oilpatch pain persists

Updated on July 31, 2015 - Cenovus Energy says 300 to 400 workers will be let go from its Calgary office by year end as hopes for a quick recovery in oil...

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Last of the spin cycle

Updated at 03:32 - As crews cannot row on the pond today, Monday was the last day for practice spins at Quidi Vidi Lake in preparation for the 2015 Royal St. John's Regatta, set for Wednesday. Shown here on Monday afternoon, before crews were taken off the pond because....

Pond. hockey — a good combination

Updated at 03:02 - Fixed-seat rowing might not be the most conventional off-season training option for minor hockey players, but there’s no denying...

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Paul O'Neill's memoirs  launched

Updated on August 03, 2015 - Historian Paul O’Neill’s niece, Irene O’Neill of Boston, signs copies of her uncle’s newly published memoirs, “Something of Me: My Life Down Home and Other Places,” during the book launch at Bally Haly Golf Club in St. John’s Monday evening..

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Paul O'Neill's memoirs  launched

Updated on August 03, 2015 - Historian Paul O’Neill’s niece, Irene O’Neill of Boston, signs copies of her uncle’s newly published memoirs, “Something of Me: My Life Down Home and Other Places,” during the book launch at Bally Haly Golf Club in St. John’s Monday evening..

Match-making and match-breaking

Updated on August 02, 2015 - This year’s Summer Shakespeare festival in Cupids leads off with the querulous “Much Ado About Nothing,” a work of match-making and...

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Dream becomes reality

Updated on July 06, 2015 - Danesha Cornish will have plenty of toys and games to play with this summer thanks to The Dream Fund of Newfoundland.

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