One step at a time - Memorial Academy in Botwood opens wellness ...
Former clam trawler still lingering in Grand Bank harbour despite being sold
Polar bear sighting in St. Anthony area
Tire stockpile outside Grand Bank deemed a hazard
Restored heirloom rodney boat launched in Sunnyside
Princeton man thanks family, friends and community for support after heart transplant
Law Enforcement Torch Run held at Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium in Grand ...
Fourth annual Grand Falls-Windsor fire truck pull challenge has a twist
Port aux Basques swim team concludes another successful year
NICHOLAS MERCER: Be prepared — Cyril Goodyear offers survival tips for newbies
DAVE WHITE: Enough with the waste
GRENFELL MATTERS: Shared language, new experiences
Gary Shaw: Bats, flyers of the night
REBECCA SMITH: Thin wallets and empty pockets
NICHOLAS MERCER: Memories, inspirations on Father’s Day
GRENFELL MATTERS: Food security meets climate change
A group of researchers — Myron King, Dr. Daniel Altdorff, Prof. Lakshman Galagedara, led by Prof. Adrian Unc — from Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland, estimated the expansion of the agricultural areas in the boreal ...
Russell Wangersky: When you can’t trust your partner
Peter Beyer is not a name that probably leapt out at you from all the coverage of the G7 summit in Charlevoix, Que., this past weekend. No, instead of Beyer, you probably think of this past weekend in terms of U.S. President Donald ...
THOM BARKER: Brother, can you spare a time (zone)?
I must have a strange affinity for provinces that do weird things with time zones. As a caveat, I must clarify, by weird I do not necessarily mean bad, merely unusual, as in things other jurisdictions don’t do. Prior to living in ...
Gary Shaw: The spring bear hunt arrives in Labrador
For those among us in Labrador West who are spring black bear hunters, it time to get out and get going. A long winter of hibernation for the bears and a long winter of waiting for the hunters have finally come to an end. As always, those ...
Russell Wangersky: Trying to read the signs
I’ve seen them in pretty much every Atlantic province: the warnings put out for that most scarce of things, the non-existent highway worker. Now, I know that working on traffic-filled highways is a harrowing job; workers are ...
DAVE WHITE: Bay shellfish unsafe; McIvers reds yet a cultural icon
A danger warning citing a “contaminated fisheries closure” in effect on bivalve mollusks, specifically scallops, mussels and clams, has been issued for waters of Bay of Islands inside Woods Island on the Humber Arm. Notice of the ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Grenfell hosts indigenization sessions
Indigenization. Reconciliation. If you have heard these terms before but are not quite sure exactly what they mean, you are not alone. These oft-repeated words are perhaps as misunderstood as they are popular in the world today. Recently, ...
Being in step
Friday afternoons at St. Michael's High School (1960-63) was a shorter school day for those in the school band and army cadets. The latter walked over to the Beaumont Hamel Armoury for drill instructions, shooting on the range, lectures, and ...
Russell Wangersky: Truth is stranger than fiction
I thought about writing a short story about a pilot and a co-pilot commiserating about their joint miseries while at the controls of a blimp providing the high-angle camera work for a PGA golf tournament. About the way they would beetle slowly across ...
HEATHER HUYBREGTS: I'll sleep when I'm dead
It is an era of being “woke.” And I am exhausted. The baby’s almost two. I thought we were past the sleepless stage, but the lil tyke now has night terrors. That’s our theory, anyway. Every night, 3 a.m., he wakes, ...