Fatal fire

Fatal fire

Updated at 11:00 - The community of Cartwright is in shock today after a fatal house fire claimed the lives of two of its own last night. Viola and Dave Toomashie were killed after a fire engulfed their home.

Review committee rebukes Bill 29 changes

Updated at 10:14 - The Access to Information Review Committee presented a sweeping report Tuesday, which pushes government to reverse many of the key provisions of the controversial...

Local

Cancer treatment facility refurbished

Updated on March 02, 2015 - Patients and their families using this service Teleoncology treatment room at the Grand Falls-Windsor Cancer Centre now have access...

Local

Regional

Cupcakes for a cause

Updated on March 02, 2015 - Chocolate, red velvet, vanilla, carrot, Oreo and many other flavours of moist, icing covered cupcakes can be a delicious treat, especially when you have 2,000 to choose from..

Remains identified as James Poker

Updated on March 02, 2015 - Remains founded near Davis Inlet have  been positively identified as a teen who had gone missing, the RCMP said.

Bye, bye Henry Goodrich

Updated on March 02, 2015 - Oil companies active offshore Newfoundland and Labrador are bidding farewell to the drill rig Henry Goodrich.

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Piled high

Updated on March 02, 2015 - Riftering causes massive ice buildup at Spirity Cove wharf

Regional

Sports

Barraged by pucks

Updated on March 02, 2015 - In a two game span at the 2015 Canada Winter Games, Harbour Grace’s Kelsey Shute had a stat line most professional goaltenders could only dream about..

Local bowler off to Nationals

Updated on March 02, 2015 - Grand Falls-Windsor bowler Kelli Ann Sheridan has qualified for the Youth Bowling Canada (YBC) national competition.

Eagles soar to victory

Updated on March 02, 2015 - “Solid defense, great passing and timely shooting throughout the weekend led to the team’s success,” says coach Keith Brown of...

Sports

Business

Big things happening in Galway

Updated at 08:37 - It doesn’t look like much, yet, but there’s quite a lot of it. From a hill in the Galway development — commonly known as “Dannyland” — you can see St. John’s, Mount Pearl, Paradise and C.B.S. all in the same panorama. And in the foreground, there’s a....

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Attracting new customers

Updated on March 02, 2015 - A big part of consumer buying has to do with how a product is packaged.

ACOA sues Marport group for $2.3M

Updated on February 12, 2015 - A federal investment agency is suing a formerly Newfoundland-based award-winning ocean tech company for more than $2 million.

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IOC requests wage freeze

Updated on February 09, 2015 - The Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC) is asking union members for a wage freeze.

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Business

Living

What’s Happening

Updated on February 23, 2015 - Space in this column is reserved for non-profit, non-government funded groups and organizations. Items will be published for two...

‘Greenspond Passion’

Updated on February 10, 2015 - Coming from the outport community of Greenspond, brothers David and Darren Burry share strong feelings about their hometown.

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Living

Opinion

Feeling

Updated on February 23, 2015 - I write regarding Russell Wangersky's tri-weekly column Eastern Passages and his offering for Feb. 10 titled, "Power sharing," which referred to Open Access Transmission Tariffs (OATT)..

Year of the Sheep

Updated on February 19, 2015 - According to the Chinese calendar this is New Year's Day, the year 4713; and it’s the Year of the Sheep (Goat or Ram).

It's a start

Updated on February 05, 2015 - Some occupations seem to be an easy target for the brunt of a joke; not the least of which are lawyers.

Taking chances

Updated on February 10, 2015 - Last week’s bus crash just outside Grand Falls-Windsor should open our eyes to the dangers of being on the road during inclement...

Disabilities and the job market

Updated on January 27, 2015 - Excuse me for a moment to get away from my usual letters of praising up the government and instead focus on an issue that has been...

Opinion

Community

Local Girl Guides celebrate World Thinking Day

Updated on March 02, 2015 - The young members of the Harbour Breton Girl Guides, Brownies and Sparks joined millions of their counterparts on Monday. Feb. 23 to celebrate World Thinking Day (WTD) and to promote equality for young girls and women around the world..

What’s Happening

Updated on March 02, 2015 - Space in this column is reserved for non-profit, non-government funded groups and organizations. Items will be published for two...

Hospital Auxiliary has new executive

Updated on February 02, 2015 - The Harbour Breton Hospital Auxiliary has a new executive, and president Patricia Stewart said they will keep up the strong support...

Stoodley claims spelling throne

Updated on February 09, 2015 - “I hope to be back to defend my title next school year,” Evan Stoodley said Monday, Feb. 2, after winning the St. Joseph’s-King...

CYN celebrates Literacy Day

Updated on February 02, 2015 - The Harbour Breton Community Youth Network celebrated national Family Literacy Day Jan. 27, helping to raise awareness of the...

Community

Autos

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