Ready, set, race

Ready, set, race

Updated on March 05, 2015 - Whether it's the gymnasium or snow-covered trails, youth need physical activity.

Community socials

Updated on March 05, 2015 - Happy BirthdayMar. 5: Arianna Roach, Gary Ivany, Helen SutherlandMar. 6: Gary Buckley, Glen Baker, Gordon ButtMar. 7: Allan M E Green, Beryl Hancock, Brian Hart,...

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A lifetime of stories

Updated on March 05, 2015 - The view from John Gillett’s living room window in Twillingate is a familiar one — an ice covered harbour and a wharf lined with fishing vessels..

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From tragedy to charity

Updated on March 05, 2015 - On Feb. 17 a house fire in Peterview turned the lives of three people completely upside down, but neighbours have risen to the...

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Regional

Fatal collision

Updated on March 05, 2015 - A Central Newfoundland man is dead following an accident near Gambo on March 4..

Power back on in some areas

Updated on March 04, 2015 - The power is back on in most areas of the Avalon and Eastern Newfoundland at this hour.

The power of sight

Updated on March 04, 2015 - The Lion’s Club in Labrador west is currently collecting used eyeglasses for its Sight Program.

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Regional

Sports

Broomball’s best clashing in Bishop’s Falls

Updated on March 05, 2015 - This province’s broomball elite will gather in Bishop’s Falls this weekend to determine champions in both the men’s and women’s divisions.Friday’s action runs from 11 a.m. through 9 p.m..The ladies championship will go Saturday at 1 while the top two....

Gold for Riverblast

Updated on March 05, 2015 - "I loved it," said Riverblast's Phoenix Canning when asked how she felt about the team's gold medal win. This past weekend produced...

Hurricanes enjoy medal haul

Updated on March 05, 2015 - The clanging of medals was a prominent sound on Sunday as the Exploits Hurricanes returned home from the Provincial Winter Special...

Off to Provincials

Updated on March 05, 2015 - The Exploits Valley High Eagles Boys Basketball Team qualified for the provincial championships posting a 3-0 record in the...

Cataracts in control

Updated on March 05, 2015 - Luke Gallant wouldn't go so far as to boldly suggest his Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts are in the driver's seat, but let's it put...

Sports

Business

Where's the beef?

Updated on March 03, 2015 - Labrador isn’t known for its local cattle, but one Labrador City resident hopes to change that..

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Big things happening in Galway

Updated on March 03, 2015 - 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...

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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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Attracting new customers

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

Business

Living

Community calendar

Updated on March 05, 2015 - Space in this column is reserved for non-profit, non-government funded groups and organizations. Items will be published for two weeks, at no charge. Send your listing to kitty.dean@tc.tc or drop off at the Advertiser office, 6 Hardy Ave.Deadline for....

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...

Living

Opinion

Hughes and the Spruce Goose

Updated on March 05, 2015 - It was Nov. 2, 1947. The 31 people that Howard Hughes had aboard the Spruce Goose must have considered themselves very fortunate to have the experience of being along for the first tests - the test that was supposed to be a taxi test!.

Bombs away

Updated on March 05, 2015 - The renown, if not infamous, Don Cherry of Hockey Night in Canada wears his heart on his sleeve for the Canadian military - notably...

Out of context

Updated on March 05, 2015 - Newfoundlanders are expert navel-gazers. That's an amazing feat considering how many need the help of a mirror to even see their...

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,"...

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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...

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Autos

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