Provincial government approves feasibility study to look at possibility of Sunnyside boundaries ...
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
New salmon licence strategy for Newfoundland and Labrador
Clarenville man hosts successful ‘mystery wine’ fundraiser for Parkinson’s Society
Mayor Tom Rose wants province to consider supporting new museum in Stephenville
Anti-violence advocate welcomes amendment on temporary removal of a student moving forward
Corner Brook senior baseball begins new season
Bennett, Blake committed to doing what it takes to punch ticket to ...
First responders connecting with Corner Brook youth
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Full slate of events lined up as Deer Lake residents embrace community of 'Islaview' today
Seniors in Profile: Conche senior has been volunteering all her life
Hanging up the stethoscope: Dr. Harold Crewe retires after 41 of practice in Clarenville
CINDY DAY: UFO sighting in Atlantic Canada?
Corner Brook's Mary 'Muffy' Power was 'wise beyond her years'
Conche fisherman ready to put homemade airboat to the test
CONCHE, NL – A Conche fisherman is preparing to test the airboat he’s been picking away at for two years. Ben Foley is now waiting in anticipation to send his self-made airboat out onto the harbour sea. He’s working out some ...
Film program launched in Fogo
FOGO ISLAND, N.L. – For somewhere seemingly so off the beaten path, Fogo Island is pushing for more connection with the greater world around it. “Much of the important art being made right now is addressing larger issues that affect ...
Sheilah Mackinnon Drover celebrates Newfoundland and Labrador's maritime past in new book
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Author Sheilah Mackinnon Drover has fond memories of time she spent in Springdale, where she taught for several years. “Springdale was a wonderful place to bring up a family. My memories of my students, ...
Coming from away: When your friends bring you to Twillingate, N.L.
By Kevin Tuerff Special to The Telegram TWILLINGATE Imagine if you were stranded in a foreign country, and you had to rely on the kindness of strangers. Do you think you’d go on holiday with these people 17 years later? When I was ...
Kieran Cronin, developmental librarian at the Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland, delivers two talks this week
Kieran Cronin, developmental librarian at the Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland, delivered his first of two talks this week on Tuesday evening at the Corner Brook Public Library. Held in partnership with Grenfell Campus, the Corner ...
Research study recruiting women who have worked in the sex industry in Newfoundland and Labrador
A research study led by an assistant professor in the faculty of social work at the University of Calgary is looking for women working or who have worked in the sex industry in Newfoundland and Labrador. Kathleen Sitter is also an adjunct ...
Book Remarks — One For the Rock
Listen, during my first 13 years on this planet I was a consummate bay-boy. If, perchance, Mammy and Pappy took me to The Capitol, they were honour bound — as humble outport pilgrims visiting Camelot — to tour Bowring Park and let me ...
Main Brook wood carver’s shed is filling up with his creations
MAIN BROOK, N.L. – In a shed populated with tools and woodwork by the hundreds, Bruce Pilgrim has earned a strong set of skills and reputation with only 10 years at the craft. Inside “da shed” by his Main Brook home, the shelves, ...
Autism Involves Me wins Volunteer Group of the Year
Joan Chaisson says she was “excited, shocked and very proud” when Autism Involves Me (AIM), an organization she co-founded, won Volunteer Group of the Year at the Recreation N.L. Awards presented in Gander on Saturday, May ...
Sheilah Mackinnon Drover celebrates Newfoundland’s maritime past in new book
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Author Sheilah Mackinnon Drover has fond memories of time she spent in Springdale, where she taught for several years. “Springdale was a wonderful place to bring up a family. My memories of my students, colleagues, ...