Wasn’t part of the deal

Wasn’t part of the deal

Updated at 11:48 - Bonavista’s Fred Mifflin envisioned the inshore shrimp fishery as a way to save rural Newfoundland following the Cod Moratorium, when income was scarce and people were leaving the province in droves.

Finding support

Finding support

Updated at 08:49 - Being a parent is one of life’s most precious miracles.

Top shots

Updated at 08:49 - For the very first time, the 567 Random Squadron Air Cadets have won the Provincial Marksmanship Championship Series.

Local

Councillor at large

Updated at 14:13 - Warrick’s Road, Blundon Drive, Adam’s Place, and Memorial Drive will see major upgrades, as council plans to spend most of its three-year capital works budget this summer..

Precedent set

Updated on April 17, 2014 - A ruling in supreme court could have repercussions on the dispute over who should bear the cost of repaving the Clarenville...

Less than expected

Updated on April 17, 2014 - People complaining about the state of Clarenville's roads may have to keep on complaining, as the money for capital works upgrades...

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Local

Regional

Where is this?

Updated at 13:34 - Photographer Bob Shomler recently came across a box of St. Anthony photos he had taken in 1961..

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Regional

Sports

IceCaps are sick of being sick

Updated at 09:40 - You probably already know about the flu bugs that have hit hard this spring and past winter.So do the St. John’s IceCaps.“We have had the flu go through this team a number of times this year,” said IceCaps head coach Keith McCambridge. “Our trainers....

Caribous advance to Allan Cup final

Updated on April 19, 2014 - Updated to show Caribous will face Dundas in finalThe Clarenville Caribous will play in the 2014 Allan Cup final. Chris Hulit...

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Sherbrooke bound

Updated on April 17, 2014 - The Clarenville Cougars 16U volleyball team have a big opportunity quickly approaching. On May 2-4, they will compete in Volleyball...

Sports

Business

Hope Brook put on hold

Updated on April 16, 2014 - Coastal Gold has shelved a piece of work required for the start of a new gold mine at Hope Brook, near Burgeo.

Business

Living

Tackling taboos

Updated at 09:37 - A goal of theatre, like most art, is often to provoke thought or dialogue. When you choose to produce a play exploring themes of child prostitution and pedophilia — and you present the play in a hotel room — there’s no doubt you’ll do just that..

Photo

Healing Journey

Updated on April 16, 2014 - “Cancer is like a river,” Nikhil Joshi wrote in his blog near the beginning of his treatment for lymphoma.

Living

Opinion

Folk belief and legends of Bay Roberts and area

Updated at 11:55 - The Bay Roberts area, not unlike other places in the province, abounds in folklore and beliefs, legends, traditional cures and remedies, along with tales about fairies, ghosts, pirates and buried treasure..

Duty of care

Updated on April 17, 2014 - There is a legal and ethical concept known as "a duty of care." It's simple, really: it's the idea that a person can be liable for...

Opinion

Community

Appreciating our volunteers

Updated on April 09, 2014 - Volunteers and those who work with volunteers are invited to an appreciation event at the 3rd floor of The Factory in Port Union on April 11..

Clarenville Lions host speak off

Updated on March 27, 2014 - The Clarenville Lion’s Club held its annual Senior High Speak Off at their building on Feb. 25. Seven students from Clarenville...

Community

Autos

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