Arrest count in Reidville home invasion now at four
Corner Brook Regional High confirms alleged computer system breach, but provides no ...
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Work to relocate Corner Brook skate park on hold until detailed plan ...
Former Corner Brook resident Joe Randell named Atlantic entrepreneur of the year
Roy’s Harvest legacy keeps on giving this weekend in Corner Brook
Labrador man charged with assault released on conditions
Hey Rosetta! calling it quits for now
Caribou disaster: A grandson remembers
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Stephenville Crossing man hoping to appeal to retro-gamers
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‘Milk: Born into this World’ screening across N.L. for World Breastfeeding Week
A final resting place for Gerald Squires
Corner Brook RNC still looking for lost gun magazine
Mark Robinson concerned about loss of Western franchise in provincial AAA bantam hockey setup
Ganderite travelling to Texas to lend a hand after Hurricane Harvey
Through his work with the Salvation Army, Bungay has been heavily involved in emergency services within the province, and is the point of contact for the Gander region of Salvation Army Newfoundland. “Because of the training we ...
Movie rentals still popular throughout rural Newfoundland and Labrador
Finding a place to rent films can be nearly impossible in many booming and populated Canadian cities. But in the outports and small towns of Newfoundland and Labrador, it is rarely a challenge to find a gas station or corner store that offers DVDs ...
American sailor refurbishes storied Little Bay Islands trap skiff
Racenet has sailed the world over for decades or more, but says he never encountered a place like Notre Dame Bay. Jules Racenet removed all the rotted wood from the trap skiff, cleaned up the engine, and put some fiberglass along the interior to make ...
Salmon Cove poet Kevin Pittman displays his work in Carbonear art gallery
Pittman, a Salmon Cove resident, has been writing all his life, but aside from a few poems published in the Newfoundland magazine Tickle Ace in the 1980s, he kept them all to himself. He comes from a literary family, with brother Al Pittman commonly ...
People rallying behind Canadian Forces veteran from La Scie who lost home to fire
The Canadian Forces veteran has had a hard time in recent years, according to his neigbour. Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has turned the young man’s life upside down following three tours of duty in Afghanistan, she says. However, the father ...
Family removes hate speech from walkway at Gander park
With the words containing homophobic slurs and curse words, mother Elle Prada used the experience as a way of teaching her children about how hurtful these words can be to others and why they shouldn’t use them.Elle Prada, along with her ...
The Gathering 2017 in Burlington featuring a dash of the proven and a pinch of new
With that mission fairly effectively accomplished — each year hundreds of people have been coming to The Gathering and furthering Majumder’s “‘Ome” vision through the festival and its corresponding events — the comedian continues to grow and evolve ...
Woman says Facebook hackers deleted photos, harassed friends
“I just want to warn people. I don’t know how to stop them,” Emily Durling said, of whoever has hacked into her account. “There’s like a whole year’s worth of photos gone off there. I don’t know what to do. I can’t get back into my Facebook to save ...
The ultimate gift: Port aux Basques man receives a new kidney thanks to organ donation
The call, which he received about 5:30 a.m., was from the province’s organ transplant coordinator. “She said, ‘We got an air ambulance coming from St. John’s and landing in Stephenville in roughly an hour and a half.’ She said, ‘They’re coming to ...
There is a writer in all of us
Nicholas MercerI didn’t make the conscious choice that I could put words to paper until my early 20s. I always enjoyed English as a subject, but not enough to make it a career. I was working overnights at the Tim Hortons in Paradise when I made the ...