N.L. youth organizations invited to apply for provincial funding
Two Clarenville area singers in National Youth Choir
Claire Spurrell awarded International President’s Leo Leadership medal
New town Chief Administrative Officer for Labrador City
Labrador West float plane dock brings opportunities and benefits
Allegedly impaired woman crashes vehicle in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
First Clarenville Children’s Wish Foundation motorcycle run a success
Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP charge youth in vehicle theft
DFO donates helicopter to CNA’s Gander campus
Editorial: Rewriting the past
Russell Wangersky: You never know who’s in the audience
Thom Barker: To fish or not to fish is not the question
Letter: Research needed into 'holy' marijuana oil
Resident wonders about accessibility to Clarenville hospital air ambulance landing site
NICHOLAS MERCER: Test your metal
LETTER: What is in a name?
Dear Editor: Some time ago, Gary Kean, a reporter at the Western Star, wrote an article regarding the origin of the name “Corner Brook” and asked if any person had information regarding the origin of the name. Also, the Bay of Islands ...
LETTER: Marijuana shouldn't be legal
May I give the public a few reasons why marijuana shouldn’t be legal. I suppose it’s too late to halt now thanks to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. I was reading about a 15-year-old girl who was already hooked on marijuana, telling her ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: Remembering a volunteer
The obituary notice for Edith Julia Hayes Tibbitts that appeared on the Country Haven website was nothing out of the ordinary. Born a Powell on Sept. 19, 1937, Edith’s obituary listed family members, including her son and seven siblings and ...
DAVE WHITE: Family ties and country calendars bind the years
Notable bronze, silver and golden family wedding anniversaries in McIvers this month, and Little Sister’s annual Lucky 13 celebration next month, all offering to keep it that much livelier than much longer. Lively, a good name for it, too. ...
LETTER: Clarifying some misinformation about N.L.’s auto insurance industry
I was happy to see conversation on the Newfoundland and Labrador auto insurance system in Blair Rogers’ letter on The Northern Pen’s website. However, I think there is merit in clarifying some of the points made. The letter reads that ...
Letter: Stop paying to prop up the N.L. seal hunt
I believe taxpayers in Newfoundland and Labrador will want to read this letter about how our tax dollars are being spent on unnecessary and outdated practices. Practices that people in the global society see as outdated and cruel. I’m referring ...
Editorial: Burning issue
There’s an interesting social media aspect to the forest fire in the Kenmount Terrace area of St. John’s Monday, and not just the usual drive-by cellphone video of the latest calamity, either. As soon as Twitter started to light up ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Revealing the secret lives of bats — Flying south for the winter?
Summer is finally here, and we’re all enjoying these warmer temperatures. It probably won’t surprise you to learn that many animals also favour these temperatures, and travel long distances across latitudes each winter. You have likely ...
LETTER: The real reason
Dear Editor, My community of Great Brehat just outside of St. Anthony has, like most communities, a graveyard. Graveyards are a necessity for a community and therefor so is the upkeep of the grounds. Great Brehat's graveyard is a ...
Editorial: House of cards
Wednesday, the Bank of Canada is widely expected to raise interest rates. If it does, it will mark the fourth time since last July that the rates have risen, a sign that the bank believes the economy to be stable and unemployment, nationwide, is ...