Online and up for bids

Online and up for bids

Updated on May 27, 2016 - Get your bidding hand ready. The largest online auction in the province is about to hit the Internet once again.   

Arts Awards winners announced

Updated at 22:39 - Filmmaker Latonia Hartery was named CBC Emerging Artist of the Year,  Perchance Theatre artistic director Danielle Irvine won the BMO Bank of Montreal Artist...

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Lana Payne: In with a vengeance, out with a murmur

Updated at 03:32 - Stephen Harper doesn’t appear to be taking any advice from poet Dylan Thomas, who wrote “do not go gentle into that good night.” If he is experiencing any “rage, rage” he is hiding it well..

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Pam Frampton: The buck stops where?

Updated at 03:33 - “Lead, follow, or get out of the way.” Laurence J. Peter, (1919-1990), Canadian educator   I’ve heard of Crown corporations...

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Car ploughs through porch

Updated at 15:07 - A vehicle and a home in Holyrood both were extensively damaged Saturday after a vehicle lost control and struck the porch of a...

Early fish bring early whales

Updated on May 27, 2016 - Some people taking the time to scan the waters around the Avalon and other parts of the island have been treated to an uncommon...

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Wait continues for net metering in N.L.

Updated on May 27, 2016 - Ten months after a government announcement of policy allowing for net metering of power, the option is still not available to ratepayers in Newfoundland and Labrador..

Maderra Engineering promoting N.L. roots

Updated on May 27, 2016 - Maderra Engineering officially opened its new office space at 45 Hebron Way in St. John’s Friday — a gathering more in celebration...

Holyrood Unit 2 offline

Updated on May 26, 2016 - One of three, large power-producing units in the main Holyrood power plant was taken out of service Thursday.

Family to family

Updated on May 27, 2016 - Rex LeDrew, co-owner of Domestic Moving and Storage with his son Martin LeDrew, has teamed up with Jim Burton Re/Max Infinity to...

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‘We’re up against it’: Parfrey

Updated at 03:33 - It doesn’t figure to get any easier, but the architect behind the Atlantic Rock — not to mention the players — will keep plugging away in an effort to shift the team’s fortunes on the Canadian rugby stage..

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Robin Short: Pitch partnership

Updated at 02:32 - Soccer in Newfoundland will get a nice shot in the arm next week when the Vancouver Whitecaps officially sign into a partnership...

Paul was Charron Cup MVP

Updated at 00:32 - Rugby player Adam Paul is the Telegram sports department’s choice for athlete of the week.

Private enterprise playing point

Updated at 01:32 - The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District appears to be relying on private enterprise in an effort to run some of its...

Pride at the park

Updated at 00:32 - Following a banner year for Newfoundland softball, there’s a lot of pride around the sport these days.

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More than just medical jargon

Updated on May 27, 2016 - Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey’s “Next to Normal” is a complex, two-act play about a wife and mother afflicted by bipolar disorder..

A flood of great film

Updated on May 26, 2016 - This year’s Nickel Independent Film Festival will feature a plethora of local and international films, headlined by a short film...

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Updated on May 24, 2016 - Here's what's happening on the entertainment scene this week.

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Janice Wells: A case of the Re-s

Updated at 04:02 - It seems like my last column written from over 12 years at this address should have some kind of retrospect or words of reflection from the experience of:.

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