Early fish bring early whales

Early fish bring early whales

Updated at 16:05 - Some people taking the time to scan the waters around the Avalon and other parts of the island have been treated to an uncommon sight this spring.

Fairway auditions

Fairway auditions

Updated at 22:02 - The 156 junior male golfers who will be teeing it up for the Canadian under-19 championship at Clovelly Golf Club in July have more than a national championship...

Online and up for bids

Online and up for bids

Updated at 09:49 - Get your bidding hand ready. The largest online auction in the province is about to hit the Internet once again.   

Wait continues for net metering in N.L.

Updated at 20:53 - 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...

Maderra Engineering promoting N.L. roots

Updated at 20:22 - Maderra Engineering officially opened its new office space at 45 Hebron Way in St. John’s Friday — a gathering more in celebration of the company’s successes...

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Russell Wangersky: Rejuvenation

Updated at 03:33 - Left the car on Newfoundland’s Route 70 before the turn toward Grate’s Cove, before the long stretch of Breeches Pond, and I cut under the power lines that angle for Bay de Verde. On the power pole nearest to my route, a tin pole identifier shivered....

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Editorial: Protection at last

Updated at 03:33 - Legislation was introduced in the Commons last week to protect Canadians against discrimination and violence. You’re forgiven if...

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Letter: Tax the rich? Yes, but…

Updated on May 26, 2016 - Does the province of Newfoundland and Labrador have “too few” rich people to tax? Is there simply not enough money available in...

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Family to family

Updated at 18:09 - Rex LeDrew, co-owner of Domestic Moving and Storage with his son Martin LeDrew, has teamed up with Jim Burton Re/Max Infinity to play the role of the good Samaritan to provide free transport of care packages for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians....

Seafood show costs close to $200,000

Updated at 15:38 - Earlier this year, The Telegram reported travel costs associated with the provincial government’s participation in the 2016 Seafood...

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.

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Forsey, Parfrey earn Team Gushue Awards

Updated on May 26, 2016 - Track and field athlete Jillian Forsey and rugby player Patrick Parfrey were named winners of the Team Gushue Award at the Premier’s Athletic Awards this week..

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All aboard for the 2025 Canada Games?

Updated on May 26, 2016 - St. John’s is still interested in staging the 2025 Canada Summer Games, but if the city is to play host to the country’s largest...

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More than just medical jargon

Updated at 16:35 - 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...

Etcetera

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

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More than just medical jargon

Updated at 16:35 - Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey’s “Next to Normal” is a complex, two-act play about a wife and mother afflicted by bipolar disorder..

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