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Grand Falls-Windsor family fighting negative stereotypes of Tourette syndrome
St. John's Edge players help Janeway patients rebound
Brian Jones: Don’t blame the media for Muskrat Falls mess
Spanish tapas bar and restaurant Boca debuts in St. John’s
Brad Gushue rink's Olympic dreams dashed
Telegram and Choices for Youth Making Spirits Bright
Drone video of Team Gushue highway shows work towards summer 2018 opening
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A banner day with a silver lining
Jeff Hunt bringing Grey Cup to Corner Brook as part of provincial tour
Leon Cantwell’s Chiefs obsession
Ottawa Redblacks president Jeff Hunt working on plan to bring Grey Cup to his native land
St. John's touch football championships decided
Pro instruction for local athletes
He dressed for games when he was healthy and got to play a couple of series in the last game of the regular season. The Raiders’ 2014 season ended last weekend with a 47-16 loss to the Okanagan Sun in Kelowna, B.C.“Hopefully, I can take over one of ...
Local indoor flag football circuit eyeing expansion next season
The league, which started in January, 2012, involves 64 players and unlike the popular Coors Light St. John’s Touch Football League which operates at Bro. Eagan field through the summer, the flag football league features eight-on-eight play with a ...
Tackling a new sport
Quarterback Justin Broders drops back for a pass as receivers Stephen Cobb (rear right) and Matt Porter (front right) flank him and Grant Cumby blocks the pass rush from Simeon Mercer (far left) as the group ran patterns Monday night at the ...
Larry Foley reaches into 'pile of songs' to put out solo collection on CD
Singer-songwriter Larry Foley has released a solo album. While you may not recognize the name right off, if you live in St. John's, there is a good chance you have seen Foley before. It would be a near certainty you have heard his voice. Playing on ...
Body of young man on Churchill River was found by his father, RCMP say
The RCMP confirmed this morning the body recovered Saturday from the Churchill River near Happy Valley-Goose Bay was that of Randy Scott Rose - one of three teenagers missing since May 18. The body was found and recovered by his father who had been ...
Games team devastated by death of young rugby player
Summerside, P.E.I. - Members of this province's Canada Games rugby team arrived in Prince Edward Island Friday night with heady dreams, and heavy hearts. Hoping to strike gold or silver in what will be rugby's swan song in the Canada Games, a couple ...
Rock teams set to clash with Keltics
Rock fullback Morgan Lovell stares down the New Brunswick opposition during Atlantic Rugby League action last Saturday. Lovell scored 13 points in the game as The Rock won 50-8. Newfoundland's representatives take on Nova Scotia Keiths 6 p.m. this ...
Family the secret of success
In a gala affair at the St. Johns Convention Centre Thursday night, Junior Achievement of Newfoundland and Labrador (JANL) inducted four prominent Newfoundland and Labrador businessmen into its Business Hall of Fame. Inducted were Rex Anthony, Andrew ...
Drover's drive for home
Drover spent four seasons with the CFL's Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Telegram file photoGeoff Drover wants to come home. The first Newfoundlander to play it the Canadian Football League, Drover has been working at various jobs around the country since he ...
Always in good cheer, despite the roadblocks
- Submitted photo/Mark OakleySince winning their first Canadian championship at the Cheer Expo Nationals in Montreal last March, a lot has changed for the Newfoundland and Labrador Cheerleading Athletics (NLCA). First and foremost, its name. The ...