Town–MHA dispute awaits court resolution

Town–MHA dispute awaits court resolution

Updated on September 12, 2014 - “It’s with the lawyers now and we’ve got no choice but wait for the judgment,” said Grand Falls-Windsor Mayor Al Hawkins this week in relation to the lingering dispute between the town and Grand Falls-Windsor-Green Bay...


She refused to accept defeat

Updated on September 08, 2014 - Jeanette Herritt, 42, of Hermitage-Sandyville is a very strong and determined person. These attributes may have saved her...

Harbour Breton Council News

Updated on September 08, 2014 - Mayor Roy Drake of Harbour Breton said the $200,000 Capital Works project the town was granted for the North Side of the community...

Province ponders direct fish sales

Updated on September 06, 2014 - The provincial government is looking at allowing people to buy fish directly from fishermen, four years after a report concluded...




Armed robber wakes up woman in home

Updated at 08:27 - A man armed with a weapon forced a woman to get out of her bed and drive to a bank early Saturday morning in St. John’s so she...



Girls game showing growth

Updated on September 13, 2014 - There are/were just shy of 2,400 kids playing minor baseball across the province this summer, but only about 150 of them were girls.Not overly impressive numbers, but Bob Morgan remains convinced the female baseball game is making progress within....


Byrne breaks curse

Updated on September 09, 2014 - The world of sports is stock full of so-called curses when it comes to winning championships.



Aerospace investment

Updated on September 09, 2014 - The sky is the limit, Pat White, chief executive officer and president of Gander Aerospace Manufacturing, told those gathered to...

Communication breakdown

Updated on August 29, 2014 - Country Ribbon’s CEO says it will have a new maintenance building up to code by a deadline imposed by Mount Pearl — but says the...



One for the morning glory

Updated on August 29, 2014 - Bobby O’Donovan reckons he’s one of the few people who’ve ever been pulled over by the police for going too slow on the highway.



The View From Fogo Island

Updated on September 11, 2014 - At the outset let me say that I have a great respect for any police force, anywhere; in fact I have two nephews who are members of several forces, respectively..

Math attack

Updated on September 09, 2014 - Darin King is right. Sort of. 

A salute to work

Updated on September 08, 2014 - In the European history of Newfoundland, the Exploits Valley (native peoples were here, hundreds of years) was all wilderness until...



Fudge part of South Coast Arts Festival

Updated on September 02, 2014 - If you’ve ever attended the South Coast Arts Festival held ever August in St. Jacques you’ve probably heard Roland Fudge sing the...

Heritage Corner

Updated on August 14, 2014 - X-shaped walkways cut across what used to be known as the Town Square on High Street. Originally it was the site of Erin House and...

What’s Happening

Updated on August 14, 2014 - Space in this column is reserved for non-profit, non-government funded groups and organizations. Items will be published for two...

Chief Misel Joe talks about his life

Updated on August 11, 2014 - June 4was a special day for Chief Misel Joe. On the day he celebrated his 67th birthday he was re-elected as Chief of the Mi’kmaq...