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Volunteers savour Special Olympics' experience
Deer Lake requesting delay to start of new waste collection system
Town of Deer Lake honours veterans in naming of industrial park
Discarded syringes found around Marystown in recent weeks
Airport emergency exercise a success
Newfoundland and Labrador’s Cal LeGrow expanding to Maritimes
Work underway to breathe new life into one of Twillingate’s oldest buildings
St. John’s native nominated for women’s entrepreneurial award
Mental health support group starting in St. Anthony
Foam Fest organizers 365 Sports Inc. will return to province despite taking a loss
Stephenville's Richard Alexander remembered as great dad
Murdock wins CBC non-fiction prize
Carolina East readies second solo recording
Botwood wraps up international mural arts conference
The community of Botwood spent a part of last week playing host to the world. The 2018 Global Mural Conference, complete with dozens of artists and supporters, kicked off Sept 12 and wrapped up Sept. 15. Afficionados flocked to the central ...
Open Farm Day 2018 celebrated in Deer Lake on Sunday
Open Farm Day 2018 was celebrated on Sunday in Deer Lake with Robbins family farm and Headline Holsteins on Goose Arm Road opening their farms for the day for families to drop by for a visit and to check out what farming is all about. There were ...
Corner Brook's Phil Power providing a taste of his musical creations so far
His dad was a well-known local musician, but Phil Power’s passion for creating music never really emerged from within him until he was in high school. Power, who just released a debut EP of original music, said he never got to see his ...
Thousands turn out for fun in the foam at Marble Mountain
Margaret Harrara is always game for fun with her family so it only made sense for her to load the gang in the car for a road trip. Margaret and her husband Riccardo, along with their four children, travelled from Lewisporte to Steady Brook to join ...
Punk-rock frontman, 8, rocks The Rockhouse in St. John's
The Rockhouse offered a mixed bag of music on Saturday, and the large crowd happily came out for the early show, starting promptly at 9:30 p.m. Though earlier set times are an ongoing conversation in the St. John’s music scene, this ...
CINDY DAY: Can storms collide?
Many of today’s sci-fi and disaster films include plots where hurricanes merge into one super-storm. Is that possible? What would happen if two or more storms actually did collide? Well, it does happen and it doesn’t trigger ...
William Buckle enjoys summer job and everything that comes with it
FORTEAU, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA William Buckle of Forteau got much more from his summer job working on the town wharf than just a paycheque. Fourteen-years-old at the time he started the job, William discovered not only a ...
Late-season salmon run on Campbellton River
CAMPBELLTON, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The salmon run isn't finished on the Campbellton River just yet. On the morning of Friday, Sept. 14, locals gathered along the town's bridges to marvel at what they've ...
RNC bicyclists for Tour the Rock expected in Corner Brook Friday
After a cycle run from Port aux Basques on Thursday morning, Sgt. Ken Jackson of the RNC in St. John’s poses for a photo while getting some kinks out with much needed massage therapy from Samantha LaCosta, a massage therapist in Stephenville, ...
“Right now, I’m retired!”: Burgoyne's Cove couple Set for Life after lottery win
BURGOYNE’S COVE, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA “Retirement has come earlier for me and I plan on enjoying every minute!” says Wilson Coish after accepting his lottery winnings of $675,000. The winners ...