EDITORIAL: Women silent no more
Pam Frampton: Champagne tastes, no-name soda budget
Altruism at the core of St. John’s-based Wildhood Clothing
Financial squeeze top of mind in Mount Pearl North
James McLeod lauds N.L.’s nationalist identity, outlines impending poverty struggles
Newfoundland and Labrador premier says he’s running again in 2019
Purple Lights for John campaign aimed at raising awareness, funding to beat ...
Ambulance company demands apology from Holyrood man
N.L.’s MerB’ys bearded and big-hearted
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O’Donel Outreach offers sweet comfort to cancer care patients
Shoal Harbour couple grateful for community support
Green Team back in action in Marystown
Roy Henderson of Truro Heights has decided to say goodbye on his terms
Green Team hard at work beautifying Port Blandford
Spiritual leader from Africa in Corner Brook to open new movement chapter
An African-based movement to empower women is opening its first Canadian chapter in Corner Brook this weekend. Pastor Esther Obasi-ike, the founder and president of Queen Esther’s Generation, has travelled to western Newfoundland from ...
Program recognizing N.L.’s heritage supporters seeking nominations
Do you know an individual, organization or community group that has completed a project that is bringing the province's unique heritage to new audiences? The Historic Sites Association of Newfoundland and Labrador is seeking ...
Corner Brook ‘Come Home Year Week’ officially designated for July 19-28 in 2019
To the sound of applause from the several Corner Brook Local Come Home Year Committee members in attendance at Monday night’s public meeting, city council officially designated July 19-28, 2019 as “Come Home Year ...
A long way from Gander home - Maggie the cat found after 8 weeks missing
GANDER, NL – A desperate plea from a pet owner on social media tugged at the heartstrings of many Gander residents and prompted them to help look for a cat called Maggie. The ordeal began for Denise Whelan on Sept. 22. Her white cat, Maggie, ...
Corner Brook’s Sophie Peckford spearheading drive to raise money for cuddle bed at Western Memorial
Sophie Peckford has baked her share of cupcakes for Friday tea for palliative care patients at Western Memorial over the past three years. It’s part of her desire to give back to the community she calls home. She also makes regular visits to ...
Corner Brook's David Adey sees his buddy bench idea take flight
Ten-year-old David Adey of Corner Brook was so touched when he heard about “buddy benches” that he decided to raise money to have at least two benches installed on the playground at his school. “It’s a bench that you can ...
Coley’s Point Primary to receive new speed bump
BAY ROBERTS, NL — A new speed bump is soon going to be placed in front of Coley’s Point Primary. During a regular council meeting held on Tuesday night, Nov. 14, council members discussed the placement of a new speed bump in front of ...
Tradition or local recognition? Gander looking at options to honour prominent residents through sign names
GANDER, NL – Gander councillor Rob Anstey believes the town should honour its own when it comes to naming streets. ...
Harbour Grace street renamed in honour of athlete Crystal Young
HARBOUR GRACE, NL — Crystal Young of Harbour Grace was honoured with her own street on Thursday night, Nov. 16. Young, who won several medals during her three-week stint in Austria during the Special Olympics World Winter Games early in ...
Bruce Keating excited about exposure Corner Brook will receive from hosting Hockey Day in Canada
Money can’t buy the exposure the city of Corner Brook will receive from playing host to Hockey Day in Canada in 2018. That’s the message Bruce Keating, chairperson of the host Hockey Day in Canada Committee, delivered as guest speaker ...