Safety comes first in blood screening

Safety comes first in blood screening

Updated on October 20, 2014 - When dealing with Canadian Blood Services, as a donor or as a journalist, you get the sense that it’s absolutely obsessed with safety, and haunted by the tainted blood scandal of the 1980s.

Armed robbery in St. John's

Updated at 06:01 - The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is investigating an armed robbery early this morning in St. John's

Runners not winded by hurricane

Runners not winded by hurricane

Updated at 05:02 - Hurricane Gonzalo may have howled and spit at runners on the starting line of the Cape to Cabot (C2C) 20K road race Sunday morning at Cape Spear, but the storm...

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Hang up and butt out

Updated at 03:32 - The City of St. John’s is cracking down on texting, smoking workers..

20 Questions with Christian Sparkes

Updated at 03:02 - Christian Sparkes was one of five directors chosen from across the country to participate in the prestigious Canadian Film Centre...

Remembering Nancy Riche

Updated at 03:02 - The first anniversary of the death of a well-known female labour activist will be marked by a celebration Friday called The Nancy...

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Where is the outrage

Updated at 03:02 - Almost three weeks ago, the Safe Harbour Outreach Project (SHOP), a new support program for sex workers operated by the St. John’s...

GoBus service not up to standard

Updated at 03:02 - I am writing this letter in an attempt to shed a light on how the disabled GoBus users of St. John’s and Mount Pearl are being...

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Ghostly visitor in the night

Updated at 03:32 - At the end of the summer, I got an intriguing email from Chantel Fisher, a 17-year-old ghost story enthusiast from Bonavista. Fisher spent the past summer working at the Heritage Shop in Bonavista, and had been reading my book of Newfoundland ghost....

The craftsman of a century ago Photo

Updated at 03:02 - Today, a quick look at building and woodworking around the year 1885. Not everything considered here is from 130 years ago, but the...

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Weekend NSO concert offered rare look at Sinfonia

Updated at 03:02 - Saturday evening’s Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra Sinfonia 1 concert in the D.F. Cook Recital Hall began with a seldom-heard, intriguing work by the Dutch composer, violinist, and conductor Johannes Bernardus van Bree (1801-1857): his “Allegro for....

Sing for Care

Updated on October 18, 2014 - Les Ms. women’s choir is presenting its 9th annual “Les Ms and Friends Sing for Care” concert this Sunday at The Kirk in St....

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Red Shoe Crews raise $240,000

Updated at 03:02 - Ronald McDonald House (RMHNL) and Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, the presenting sponsor of the second annual Red Show Crew-Walk for Families, have released details from this year’s events. More than 3,500 people took part in Ronald McDonald House’s....

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