Profile of Josh Pennell

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  • The hard science of a plastic problem

    “I’m a garbage expert,” Max Liboiron declares. And plastics are her enigma. When it comes to garbage, she says, they’re the hardest problem to ...

  • ‘Turmoil’ hits bookstores

    The Telegram’s political reporter launched his first book at The Ship Pub Tuesday night. It’s a look at the political stories that don’t make it ...

  • Running down the stigma of mental illness

    “He was the funniest guy on the team, you know. Nobody really expected it,” Hawksley says of his friend, Jacob Ranton. RELATED STORIES: MUN ...

  • First psoriasis treatment for minors approved

    “It’s pretty bad when you’re a kid and you can’t really go outside and play for more than five minutes without feeling like you’re just pretty ...

  • A book of the weird and unreported

    “The characters in this are weird and funny. There’s so much more humour in this than you would expect from a political (book),” he says. The ...

  • Family physicians needed to take on refugee patients

    “What we’re hoping is that even physicians whose clinics are full, that as a humanitarian gesture of goodwill they’ll consider taking a few ...

  • ‘So happy being here’

    “We had to explain to them that the fireworks were not explosions and that they were peaceful celebrations,” says Susanne Hiller. Hiller is the ...

  • Man stabs director of local opera

    “The composer was in the hallway having a bit of a meltdown,” Hickman says. Word was spreading through some of the group that well-known theatre ...

  • Moose, not mushroom biggest forest threat: scientist

    The not-for-profit group NCC is raising money to purchase lands in Mount Carmel-Mitchell’s Brook-St. Catherines on the Salmonier Line as part of ...

  • Land use trust under fire

    Despite reassurances from the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) that the public’s right to land use won’t change after it purchase the property, ...