Book Remarks — One For the Rock
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Building the faith: Gander Evangel Pentecostal invests in new church
Newfoundland doctor latest Senate appointment
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
Girl Guides plant apple trees at Clarenville Farm and Market
Gary Shaw: Bats, flyers of the night
Russell Wangersky: Suffer the children
REBECCA SMITH: Thin wallets and empty pockets
NICHOLAS MERCER: Memories, inspirations on Father’s Day
GARY SHAW: Spring arrives, so to does the boating season
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Being truthful to constituents should be the law
THOM BARKER: Brother, can you spare a time (zone)?
I must have a strange affinity for provinces that do weird things with time zones. As a caveat, I must clarify, by weird I do not necessarily mean bad, merely unusual, as in things other jurisdictions don’t do. Prior to living in ...
Gary Shaw: The spring bear hunt arrives in Labrador
For those among us in Labrador West who are spring black bear hunters, it time to get out and get going. A long winter of hibernation for the bears and a long winter of waiting for the hunters have finally come to an end. As always, those ...
Russell Wangersky: Trying to read the signs
I’ve seen them in pretty much every Atlantic province: the warnings put out for that most scarce of things, the non-existent highway worker. Now, I know that working on traffic-filled highways is a harrowing job; workers are ...
DAVE WHITE: Bay shellfish unsafe; McIvers reds yet a cultural icon
A danger warning citing a “contaminated fisheries closure” in effect on bivalve mollusks, specifically scallops, mussels and clams, has been issued for waters of Bay of Islands inside Woods Island on the Humber Arm. Notice of the ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Grenfell hosts indigenization sessions
Indigenization. Reconciliation. If you have heard these terms before but are not quite sure exactly what they mean, you are not alone. These oft-repeated words are perhaps as misunderstood as they are popular in the world today. Recently, ...
Russell Wangersky: Truth is stranger than fiction
I thought about writing a short story about a pilot and a co-pilot commiserating about their joint miseries while at the controls of a blimp providing the high-angle camera work for a PGA golf tournament. About the way they would beetle slowly across ...
HEATHER HUYBREGTS: I'll sleep when I'm dead
It is an era of being “woke.” And I am exhausted. The baby’s almost two. I thought we were past the sleepless stage, but the lil tyke now has night terrors. That’s our theory, anyway. Every night, 3 a.m., he wakes, ...
Russell Wangersky: PTSD claims another life
I was sitting alone in a rainy parking lot, in the dark, thumbing through my phone when I saw the news about Andréanne Leblanc. There was a dog, barking metronomically, behind a tall fence next to my car. It was dreary and wet, St. ...
THOM BARKER: How do we get past the propaganda divide?
When I was growing up, propaganda was a bad word, something that Nazis and commies engaged in. Of course, we — we being the Allies, an artefact of the Second World War – did it too. The difference was we had a noble cause while the ...
Russell Wangersky: Ocean trash — our legacy to the world
If you know just where to look on a shingle-stone beach in Adam’s Cove on Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula, if your timing is right and the tide and the waves co-operate, the small stones will part and reveal a huge engine ...