Corner Brook Traffic Cam
Corner Brook judge urges Dillon Bourgeois to change his criminal lifestyle
Western Star community calendar
Rocky Harbour’s Nathan Shears sets new summer swim club record in 50-m butterfly
POLL: Would you like to see more events like Foam Fest at Marble Mountain?
Australian woman comes home to Corner Brook for high school reunion
$14-milion generator project will optimize Deer Lake Power’s output, says mill ...
West coast women named to Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women
Stephenville council votes to ask for reimbursement on waste transportation
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Red Shoe Walk held in Deer Lake on Saturday
Corner Brook's Phil Power providing a taste of his musical creations so far
Punk-rock frontman, 8, rocks The Rockhouse in St. John's
Dead bat found in Port aux Basques prompted The Gulf News to seek answers regarding white nose syndrome
A cat named Fluffy recently brought a dead bat home to her human in Port Aux Basques. Since few people report seeing bats in the area, this led to many questions about bats. For information on these often-mystifying creatures, The Gulf News ...
Volunteer help sought to help out with radiothon
Volunteers are needed to help out with the Sir Thomas Roddick Hospital Foundation’s Radiothon taking place on Sept. 28. The event is being broadcast on 870 AM Radio from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. that day with a goal of raising $118,000. That ...
College of the North Atlantic does makeover of six campus libraries in province
The days of some students spending time at the library in their college for a nap are now over. That’s because College of the North Atlantic has recently renovated libraries, now known as Learning Commons, at six of its campuses and with ...
Sometimes smaller is better
Believe it or not, my favourite outdoor spaces to design are the small ones. I love creating prefect vignettes where all the details work together in a visual snapshot. For me, success in a small garden design is when you can see everything ...
Preparing your teen for dorm life? Don’t over-pack
By Lisa A. Flam You’ve shared a home for a lifetime and felt secure knowing that child of yours was just a bedroom away. Now, you’re shipping your teenager off to begin a new chapter in an unfamiliar place, possibly hundreds of ...
Do it yourself: Nice ‘n’ navy nightstands
A magician always has a favourite trick, and I’ve decided decorators do, too. Mine is a simple one that never fails to amaze my audiences: sawing an end table in half to transform it into two nightstands. How do I love this DIY? Let me count ...
De-cluttering: Examining the relationship between a family and its stuff
When you do something for a long time, you think you know everything you could ever hope to know. I have been helping people organize their lives by helping them achieve the freedom of living with less, designing functional storage solutions, and ...
Consider a Catio: Protect birds by reining in cats
By Katherine Roth Although some cat owners still let their pets roam free, the felines are a leading cause of bird mortality, and bird and cat proponents agree that both species are safer if cats are reined in. The good news is that cat owners ...
Corner Brook native Stacy Gardner's new short play explores post-traumatic stress issues
Before she turned to writing full-time, Stacy Gardner had a career in social services. When people remark that this was quite a vocational switch, the Corner Brook native is quick to disagree. Now living in St. John’s, Gardner’s ...
Corner Brook's Thomas Park has lost friends and family to suicide, but knows it's not the answer
One suicide is too many, so Thomas Park has experienced far more than enough needless deaths in his life. Thomas Park and his four-year-old daughter Emery Roche stop for a photo during the 10th annual World Suicide Prevention Day annual ...