Spring fling: Copper Ridge Academy in Baie Verte site of special event
Dorset sea cadets perform annual review
Springdale native releasing third album
Springdale council investigating possible locations for town dog park
Springdale's Northcotte and Jacobs named Indian River High top athletes
Anaconda Mining hoping to see annual gold production surpass 100,000 ounces
Marathon Gold officials excited about potential for central Newfoundland mine
Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) leaders in Springdale recognized with Canada 150 pins
Baie Verte physician raising funds for Doctors Without Borders
Exploits Valley Intermediate students taking charge
Grand Falls-Windsor man’s unlikely riding companion
Happy Valley-Goose Bay woman raising funds related to son attending camp in Chicago
War memorabilia in Placentia receives much-needed touch up
Grand Falls-Windsor veterinarian hopes to improve animals’ chances of finding homes
MADD Gander and area organize annual walk at Cobb’s Pond
GANDER, N.L. – MADD Gander and area hosted their annual Strides for Change Walk at the Cobb’s Pond Rotary Park on Sunday, June 10. RBC made a donation with a $1,000 grant. MADD National president Patricia Coates also attended. Chapter ...
Volunteers pitch in to make a difference to Port aux Basques harbour for World Oceans Day
PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. – Nikita Osmond was among the volunteers who braved the chilly spring wind on Saturday morning, June 8 for a worthy cause. As part of World Oceans Day, volunteers dragged up trash from one section of the harbour and ...
Dance and art on full display in Grand Falls-Windsor
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. — It was a night of dance and art at Sprucewood Academy. “I didn’t quite know what to expect, because the format was really different,” said art and dance instructor with ShiMoves Dance and Fitness ...
National Indigenous People’s Day organizers in Happy Valley-Goose Bay welcome donations of traditional foods
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. — Organizers of the National Indigenous People’s Day are looking for donations of traditional foods such as fish, moose, partridge and rabbit for a food sampling table that will be one of many activities ...
Another fantastic year for the Great Northern Peninsula’s Iceberg Festival
GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, NL. – The Iceberg Festival has just completed another highly successful run. The Festival, which ran from June 1-10, brings together communities on the Great Northern Peninsula to celebrate community, culture, art, ...
Know the warning signs of compassion fatigue: N.L. counsellor
Helpers who are exposed to others’ pain daily must be careful that they take care of themselves or they could experience compassion fatigue. Some give more than they should because they “feel like they have to keep giving,” said ...
Relay for Life celebrates another great year in Labrador West
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. — The Relay for Life took place June 9 in Labrador City, and while the event’s future is uncertain, what is not in question is that people in Labrador West will always support cancer-related fundraisers. “We ...
Labrador West Pioneers: Gerry Russel
LABRADOR WEST, N.L. — Like so many of the young people who ventured to Labrador West in the early years, it was for the opportunity for work in the mining sector that was clearly the draw to the Big Land. Gerry Russell’s arrival was no ...
CNA Port aux Basques campus student wins silver at Skills Canada nationals
EDMONTON, ALTA. – Melissa Battiste’s cabinetmaking artistry was recognized with a silver medal during the 24th annual Skills Canada National Competition this month. Battiste is a student at College of the North Atlantic’s (CNA) ...
Saying goodbye to Lamaline’s Sea Cadets Corps
LAMALINE, N.L. — For over 34 years the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps 289 Corvette played a vital role in Lamaline. Annual ceremonial review of RCSCC 289 Corvette. - Submitted “If anything goes on in our community, the ...