Random Island Academy raises over $14,000 for one of their own
Tricentia Academy in Arnold's Cove celebrates inclusion and diversity
A Packet of past - May 31
Liminality endurance trail race makes history in Clarenville
Clarenville Caribous to celebrate Herder win June 16 with community event
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Grieg NL’s environmental impact statement for Placentia Bay project needs more work, ...
Premier heading to Happy Valley-Goose Bay next week
Second man charged in connection with Bonavista incident
Filmed in St. John's, ‘Crown and Anchor’ premieres tonight
Pink Tree Day at Daffodil House in St. John's raises breast cancer awareness and money for research
The vocal range of St. John’s will expand by immense proportions between June 29 and July 3
Princeton man thanks family, friends and community for support after heart transplant
Corner Brook area mountain bikers getting together to clean up Enchanted Forest Trail near Massey Drive
They call it the Enchanted Forest Trail, but lately it’s been a little less charming. The short trail located near Massey Drive, which gets its name from the grown-in alders on a section of it, has become a popular one for outdoor ...
Corner Brook artists awarded ArtsNL grants
ArtsNL has awarded $268,301 in grants to 49 artistic projects through its Professional Project Grants Program. Funding for the program is provided through ArtsNL’s annual contribution of $1.9 million from the provincial government for ...
Labrador West man sending the winter blues packing
LABRADOR WEST, N.L. — We all don’t need to be reminded about the winter we have finally sent packing. There are few among us that are any more eager to see it gone than my neighbour, Dick Narduzzi and his passion for growing almost ...
Bait Depot in Grand Bank transformed into theatre
GRAND BANK, N.L— The Bait Depot in Grand Bank has been transformed into the temporary home of the Grand Bank Regional Theatre. ...
ArtsNL awards spring professional project grants
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Over four dozen artistic projects have been awarded funding totaling $268,301 through ArtsNL’s professional project grants program. Funding for the program is provided through ArtsNL’s annual contribution ...
New documentary 'The Country' gives voice to Newfoundland Mi'kmaq
On June 24, at 10:30 p.m., the documentary channel (CBC) is premiering the feature documentary film “The Country” as part of its programming celebrating National Indigenous History Month. Filmed entirely in Western Newfoundland between ...
Gerald Allen, 82, proud to have his works in Corner Brook long-term care art exhibit
Not many artists can boast that the work created the first time they picked up a paintbrush was exhibited in a show. Gerald Allen can. The 82-year-old Corner Brook man is one of the city’s 25 long-term care residents whose artwork is now ...
Some photos from the first ever powwow held at Our Lady of the Cape School
Some photos from the first ever powwow held at Our Lady of the Cape School on Tuesday, June 19. ...
Where Once They Sailed: Lewis, Eldred, Mark and Peter sign-up for war
Lewis (Louis) was the oldest child of Caleb and Leah (Follett) of St. Jones Without. He enlisted on Sept. 21, 1916. Records indicate that he spent five weeks at St. John's conducting drills onboard the HMS Calypso. A medical exam conducted on ...
CINDY DAY: Spectrum of sunset colours
Red sky at night is quite a delight, but what if it’s yellow or pink? We are spoiled with some spectacular sunsets across Atlantic Canada. They can be as changeable as the weather, but can they be forecast? They can if you think about what ...