Unlikely pairing of pizza and fitness working well for Twillingate business owners
Fisherman Jack Troake recalls a life on the water
Lions Club donates $5,000 to Twillingate youth concert in support of the ...
Central students take part in annual Regional Heritage Fair
Status quo for crab quota for Bay Of Exploits area
Fish, chips, family — Badger Diner set to reopen at new location ...
Glovertown and Lewisporte host Peewee mega tournament
ArtsNL announces details of annual awards night in Labrador City
The poet of Purcell’s Harbour
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Kieran Cronin, developmental librarian at the Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland, delivers two talks this week
Research study recruiting women who have worked in the sex industry in Newfoundland and Labrador
Book Remarks — One For the Rock
Slideshow from Trails Tales Tunes Festival over the opening weekend
From May 18-27, the annual Trails Tales Tunes Festival takes place in Norris Point and Gros Morne National Park. Once the festival gets underway it seems to mark the beginning of the summer season for many people in western Newfoundland. Saturday ...
Involvement in youth production Seussical Jr. a fun challenge for musician Jane Perrier
Enjoying the Stephenville Theatre Festival’s musical from last year “Urinetown,” led to Jane Perrier getting involved with this year’s youth initiative “Seussical Jr.,” a pre-season play. As a person who has ...
Marystown, N.L. man completes life-long dream of a motorcycle trip through North America
MARYSTOWN, N.L. — At the age of 42, Wilf Emberley of Marystown is doing something that his younger self had only dreamed about. ...
CINDY DAY: Sniffing out the storms
Many people say they can feel the rain coming. (I would never dispute the claim, but I’ll delve into that one in greater detail at a later date.) Cindy Day Today I would like to know if you can smell the rain. If I had a nickel for ...
House concert organizers would like to see more people in western Newfoundland open their homes as performance venues
Lots of people are willing to open up their houses for parties, but what about inviting strangers to attend a concert or other artistic performance? Jan Stephen, a teacher living in of Pasadena, did it last Christmas when he hosted a house concert ...
Dr. Kweku Dankwa wins award, credits St. Anthony community
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. – St. Anthony pathologist Dr. Kweku Dankwa is one of the latest recipients of the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada’s Lifetime Membership Award. And he credits the community where he’s made his home for the ...
Food Dude — Fryin' Hawaiian Brined Swine
I haven’t taken many vacations since graduating high school but if I were to venture anywhere now, it would be a coin toss between Australia and Hawaii. Sunlit Pacific beaches seem like the ideal venue for the sort of exotic food experiences ...
Bay St. George Artists' Association Spring Exhibit currently on at the Stephenville Arts and Culture Centre
More than 35 art enthusiasts showed up for the opening reception on Tuesday evening of the Bay St. George Artists’ Association Spring Exhibit currently on at the Stephenville Arts and Culture Centre. The general public will be able to view ...
Joannie Coffin proud to support all aspects of Stephenville Pride community
Joannie Coffin said she will be one person that will have her head held high when she gets to walk across one of the rainbow crosswalks to be painted in Stephenville. She said she will be just as proud then as when she takes part in the Pride ...
Norse scholar Birgitta Wallace receives honorary degree, urges Grenfell Campus graduates to conjure up Viking-like bravery when tackling life
There are a lot of misconceptions about Vikings, but Birgitta Wallace said there are aspects of the commonly held conceptions that university graduates should adhere to. Wallace, a renowned archaeologist, was at the L’Anse aux Meadows site ...