Clarenville swears in new council
Liberal hopeful Pete Soucy discusses aquaculture project with Grieg NL officials
Hickman's Harbour fishers relieved DFO ditched new rule for herring fishery
N.L.’s moose hunters reminded to use firearms safely
Milton cidery and orchard project receives environmental approval
Huge turnout in Clarenville to honour Cpl. O’Keefe and first responders
Clarenville Memorial walk raises over $8K for mental health
Petition calls for end to N.L.’s 1.6-km busing rule
Where Once They Sailed: George Stringer among first NL casualties of Great ...
Cape Breton Post
Seasonal work: get the facts
Fears for our fishery
LETTER: Support for autistic children lacking, writes Harbour Grace mother
LETTER: Sheila NaGeira should be regarded as folklore, writes heritage society chair
LETTER: Writer, formerly of Coley's Point, tells of Flander's Field
LETTER: Harbour Grace writer finds problems with pony society
Letter to the editor: One wrong turn
One wrong turn ended up in a fun-filled Sunday evening that neither of us will soon forget. The folks we met in Southport on Sunday evening reinforced our love of our province and the great folks who call it home. Apparently I am ...
Letter to the editor: Shining a light on quality health care
With the realization that bad news sells and that bad news travels fast, I would like to take the time to pass along a little good news to all the staff at the G.B. Cross Memorial Hospital in Clarenville. Too often we have heard the negative comments ...
Letter to the editor: Gratitude for those who helped
(It has been noted that this was my 14th. That is true but the first was when we participated in the walk in St. John’s the year that my wife, Pat, was diagnosed.) The support of individuals, organizations and the business community in the general ...
Letter: Consternation can be a great pick-me-up
If we are to believe old people, this place we live in has a negative effect on our way of life and if we are to take our doctors seriously, they add credence to the findings of seniors, because if you go to them with a sore neck it’s arthritis, pain ...
Letter: DFO ignored inshore fishers’ wishes
I’m proud to represent fish harvesters and I’m proud to be a leader in the FFAW, which has done more to advance the well-being of fish harvesters than any other organization in the long history of Newfoundland and Labrador. For the past three years ...
Letter: VOCM, why is Peter Soucy off the air?
On Friday, March 17, I was the last caller to “Backtalk.” Mr. Soucy gave no indication then that this was his last show. The following Monday I settled in to listen to the program. Imagine my surprise to hear that “Backtalk” had been abruptly ...
Letter to the editor: It's in you to give
Canadian Blood Services will be in Bonavista on Wednesday, March 8, for a blood donor clinic. 73 donors are needed. Will you be one of the donors? Have you donated blood lately? Have you ever ...
Not elite society
You seemed especially aggrieved by my criticism describing the appointees as “an elite group” and “not a real cross-section of Canadians.” And then you went further, suggesting that I was an inappropriate critic because of what you saw as a very ...
Hats off for shopping centre parking lot
Hats off and thumbs up also to Ger-Gar and crew, Rod Butler, J-1 for doing a fantastic job. For years we have been bothered with, complaining about the condition of that parking lot and awaited for the improvements. Now we have them; the wait and ...
Parking lot like “floating”
Yesterday I went to the Clarenville Shopping Centre – specifically the Co-op Store – to look for some cranberries they advertised. As I entered the Shopping Centre I immediately sensed a ride like I hadn’t experienced in a long long while. I just ...