The Telegram/Central Voice Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year award
Lewisporte no longer a ‘Gateway to the North’
St. John’s man facing assault charges in court this morning
Community events in and around St. John's, Tuesday, September 25 to Friday, ...
Editorial: Duelling rights
Letter: Pondering the Muskrat Falls puzzle
Russell Wangersky: Knowing what you’re getting into
VIBERT: Nova Scotia's Tory leadership campaign taking its toll
Elswick Road residents say latest accident shows why Corner Brook needs to calm ...
Letter: Rate protests aimed at decision-makers, not employees
Letter: We need to focus on selling surplus power
Letter: Forest management might help Petty Harbour Long Pond
Letter: Charter schools could bring diversity, savings to N.L. public school system
Letter: Canada should be a world leader in freshwater protection
Letter: Welcome to The Holey Land
Letter: One year on and CETA is gaining strength
Global trade impacts the lives of middle-class Canadians every day. From the blueberries you put in your oatmeal in the morning to the mackerel you cook at night for dinner — Canadians are very much a part of important global relationships that ...
Letter: An appeal from Mary Pratt
Editor’s note: this letter from the late artist Mary Pratt was written in 1997 and included in the church bulletin of St. Andrew’s (The Kirk) in St. John’s, though she was not a member of the congregation. Tomorrow, Sept. 23, after ...
Letter: More reasons to rein in federal fisheries ministers
I wish to reply to Russell Wangersky’s Sept. 14 column, “Watching the surf clam spin.” The “point” that Wangersky doesn’t want readers to lose track of is that “this was a sloppy, careless attempt by ...
Letter: MUN engineering needs less research, more design
Universities use research to grow. MUN is no exception. Some research is good. But most research is useless and a waste of money. Because of research, MUN has too many professors. Together, they cost about $100M each year. The people of N.L. cannot ...
Letter: Crunching the N.L. deficit numbers
I wish to provide my analysis of the Liberal government’s continued claim to have reduced the deficit by $2 billion in three years. They keep referring to a $2.7-billion deficit which is what they say they started with. I have searched ...
Letter: Time to tackle graffiti in St. John's … again
My wife and I do a fair amount of walking around the Georgestown neighbourhood using streets, parks and the great trail system. It’s always been a very refreshing way to enjoy the city. For a long time I have become acutely aware of the ...
Letter: Muskrat Falls is what it is
It’s too bad that our province and its citizens have to endure an agonizing inquiry into the Muskrat Falls Project. My opinion is that “it is what it is,” the project will be completed and our province and Government will have to ...
Letter: Garbage is garbage — it all needs to be dealt with
I write in support of the letter of Sept. 1 by Anna Penney published in The Telegram ("Letter: Garbage is not a spring phenomenon".} In this letter Penney relates a conversation with a gentleman from the city’s waste management ...
Letter: Re-engaging PUB is a good first step
Government’s Muskrat Falls reference to the Public Utilities Board is a de facto acknowledgement that the province’s ratepayers cannot bear all the costs associated with the Muskrat Falls project. In 2012, the provincial government ...
Letter: School district spending problems – the result of inadequate educational governance
The past few days in Newfoundland and Labrador have seen a media outcry about the recently released Auditor General Report concerning facilities oversight in the Newfoundland Labrador English School District (NLESD). The Government of Newfoundland ...