Woman returns from vacation to property crumbling into Humber River
Corner Brook Traffic Cam
Man released without charges from Stephenville High threat incident
Western Star community calendar
English school board looking to correct deficiencies in process
March and demonstration in Ottawa on Qalipu enrolment planned for Feb. 24
COLUMN: Grenfell creating classes in the community
Deer Lake man changing lawyers
West coast rabbit hunters fined for using illegal snares
The Western Star
Letter to the Editor: Saddened at the way we are treated
Letter to the Editor: Funding flood
LETTER: Churches, religious and faith-based groups encouraged to apply
LETTER: Family doctor model is broken
Letter to the editor: I’m white and proud!
Letter to the editor: Review of provincial municipalities act is a good thing
Letter to the Editor: Nothing in place to accommodate seniors
Dear Editor: I am writing this letter in reference to a conversation I had on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017 with Susan Brake, the Seniors Advocate for Newfoundland and Labrador. Our conversation focused on the closure of the Bank of Nova Scotia that was ...
LETTER: Single-digit unemployment?
Dear Editor: November 30 marked the second anniversary of Dwight Ball leading the Liberal Party to electoral victory, forming government and becoming premier of Newfoundland and Labrador. Prior to that Election Day two years ago, at the last ...
Letter to the Editor: Environmental scientist discusses potential factors causing dry wells in Codroy
As an environmental scientist with 18 years' experience in environmental and civil engineering and water and ground water management, as well as recent experience as an environmental specialist on a power line project on the east coast, I could ...
LETTER: Threats of disaster do not prompt action
Dear Editor: Your editorial Nov. 15 which suggests that, to preserve our planetary home, all or most of us must take what the candid would call heroic measures. This prompts me to suggest what I deem a properly heroic motive for agreeing with ...
Letter to the Editor: A fence would restrict students access
I’ve recently read an article about Nancy Osmond’s mission to build a fence around the Pasadena Elementary playground in one of your recent issues. As a former student of Pasadena Elementary, I have a different perspective on the ...
Letter to the Editor: Is your family protected from radon?
My name is Peter Young, and earlier this year I graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland with a major in physics. In my time spent there I have learned a lot; one topic that has stuck with me is radon. November is Radon Action Month, but ...
Letter to the editor: Nurse practitioners play a key role in health care
Dear editor: This week, Nov. 12-18, marks Nurse Practitioner Week in Canada, and the Newfoundland and Labrador Nurse Practitioner Association (NLNPA) is thankful for the opportunity to raise awareness about the role of the nurse practitioner in our ...
Letter to the editor: Co-operate and end this nuisance
Dear editor: I read your front-page article on the sewage problem in The Western Star of 31st October with interest, and some dismay. Sewage and smells: How can a problem like this not be diagnosed and resolved in 2017? For many years I drove ...
LETTER: Only way to access critical resources is to work together
Dear Editor: I am writing in response to a letter you published on Oct. 25 from Mr. Shane Snook entitled “Regional government is not the right route.” In his letter, Mr. Snook expresses concerns with the consultation approach being ...
Letter to the Editor: Regional government is not the right route
Dear editor: Not only does regional government concern me, but also the approach the government has taken in putting it in place. We are a province crushed, trapped under the burden of administrative bloat. Wasteful, misallocated, and overlapping ...