Profile of Rudy Norman

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  • South Brook council seeing interest from public

    Mayor Paul Mills says an average of a half-dozen or more members of the public regularly attend the council meetings held monthly, which he feels ...

  • Telling their stories again

    “Where the time went” is the second of its kind that Life Unlimited for Older Adults has compiled with the help of local high school students ...

  • Rambler moving forward with funding

    Peter Mercer with Rambler says the company is moving ahead with exploration on how to take full advantage of an area area of the mine, located ...

  • Cats abandoned on doorstep looking for good home

    “I went outside, and there they were,” she said. Sitting in a cage on Wells’s front step were two cats and a note. The note, she says, explained ...

  • There must be a better way

    But with elementary and high school aside, there’s perhaps another group of students that people fail to recognize as embarking as much on the ...

  • Well-known fisherman, Lorne Fudge, dies

    Fudge and his spouse, Violet, brought the matter before the court after they weren’t granted voting rights in the resettlement vote. The province ...

  • Not your average walk in the woods

    The stories of Penney and Rice have been told before. Their backpacking trips have been the source of media attention and interest from the ...

  • Little Bay Islands resident looks to government for answers

    However, when the provincial government announced that the available settlement for relocation was going up significantly in last year’s budget, ...

  • Warr running for Liberal nomination

    Brian Warr, whose family owns Warr’s Building Centre, says he feels his experience in business over the past number of decades has given him the ...

  • Big Crowds in Burlington

    “We’ve been all over the province, taking in sights and things to do,” said Barbara. Their years of seeing tourists coming through their ...