Rain is on the way

Rain is on the way

Updated at 08:24 - It may look not too bad out there right now, but the clouds will increase this morning and Environment Canada says to expect rain this afternoon.

All about the Appalachians

All about the Appalachians

Updated at 05:02 - Steve Piercey, professor and NSERC-Altius Industrial Research Chair at Memorial University of Newfoundland, spoke at an ACAP-Humber Arm Coastal Matters session at...

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Very scary Haunted House

Updated on October 23, 2014 - Jennifer Cormier plays a scary girl crawling from a fireplace in Bay Theatre’s Annual Haunted House at Stephenville Arts and...

Pretty in Pink

Updated on October 23, 2014 - Male members of the Stephenville town council were looking “pretty in pink” as they tried and displayed their brassieres for...

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Staying on course

Updated on October 23, 2014 - Caitlin Giles of Elwood Regional High in Deer Lake tries to get through the course in a simulated distracted driving video program presented to students by Royal Newfoundland Constabulary Const. Scott Mosher on Thursday..

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Canada - World

Opinion

Shopping small and local can be big

Updated at 03:33 - Dear Editor: On Oct. 25, big things will be happening at small businesses all across the country as Canadians celebrate Small Business Saturday..

Not immune from terror

Updated at 03:32 - There were lots of phone calls home to relatives in western Newfoundland from people living in Ottawa on Wednesday.

Forewarned, forearmed

Updated on October 23, 2014 - At the Read By The Sea festival in River John, N.S., last July, the biggest danger was that one of the six Canadian writers might...

Frackig panel's mandate lacking

Updated on October 23, 2014 - Dear Editor: The working men and women of the province, who may be considering work on the fracking pads, deserve better...

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Numbers are dropping steadily

Updated on October 23, 2014 - Corner Brook’s transit system is at a crossroads. The system is privately run, city subsidized and the number of riders using it is...

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Active for Autism Walks held in Corner Brook and Deer Lake

Updated on October 19, 2014 - Six-year-old Ayjay Coombs got his face painted by Jennifer Strickland, right, before the start of the Active for Autism walk held at the Wellington Street Sports Complex in Corner Brook Sunday. About 55 people took part in the walk, one of three....

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150 trees planted in Deer Lake

October 19, 2014 - From left, Christa Jones, Jaime Jones, Jessica Parsons, and Samantha Parsons work together to help plant 150 trees around...

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