Profile of Steve Bartlett

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  • It takes a village ...

    Ronan MacParland is only 20, but he has made such a difference to a Kenyan village the chief named his son Ronan. "(That) is the deepest honour," ...

  • Getting cheeky with Karl Wells

    "How's the weather down there?" is a question Chris Hillier might soon hear a lot. If 25,000 people sign on to the Facebook group "Let's get my ...

  • Cardiac device suit gets local interest

    A national class-action lawsuit against a maker of faulty defibrillators and pacemakers has drawn interest from people in this province. But it's ...

  • Capital gain

    It's too late for Paul Madden to get stage fright. The developer has just spent in the "$800,000-range" for the building that housed the old ...

  • Business hall of fame grows by four

    A couple that helped grow a business born in the 1860s, the queen of Ramea's fishing fleet and the man who guided Fishery Products International ...

  • Business leaders put safety first

    Jerry Byrne admits his company used to have the worst safety record in the province, with a staff of 10 or 12 averaging 30 to 40 lost time ...

  • Like to get away?

    There are still a few pockets of snow around Butter Pot Park, but die-hard camper Terry Sears is not the least bit concerned. "It could be on (my ...

  • 'Dear Zachary'

    Kurt Kuenne often has to remind himself Andrew Bagby is dead. Since Christmas, he has spent every waking hour working on a film about Bagby, a ...

  • Holding their own

    The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) issued a release Wednesday trumpeting that Austria had banned the importation of seal skins. ...

  • Gripped by graffiti

    Someone has been painting the town, but property and business owners aren't doing much celebrating. Charlie Greene definitely isn't. The branch ...