Small community outraged

March 15, 2018 0

Whitbourne is being plagued with a rash of robberies and home invasions, and citizens believe the crimes are drug-related.


Tipped Off By Technology

March 1, 2018 1

The Canada Revenue Agency has been tightening the screws on restaurants, making sure employees are paying enough taxes on their tips.


  • Peter’s Pizza on O’Leary Avenue is creating a buzz over it’s gourmet pizza slices and the toppings that come on them
  • “I know there’s been so many who have had to avail from the generosity of the Ronald McDonald House, so it seemed like a good fit for us to be able to give back to [...]
  • People in the potato chip industry say snow means sales


  • As a classic audio format makes a strong comeback, music-loving consumers (and the music industry itself) are wondering about the future of the compact disc.
  • The Writer’s Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador is a welcoming community of like-minded authors reaching out for more members across the province.
  • Local publishing company Engen Books is always looking for new talent, and its upcoming book launch showcases a variety of different voices from across Atlantic Canada.



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    Leaving the Nest

    March 15, 2018 0
    With the MUN Seahawks Men’s Basketball team finishing up its regular season it’s time for three players – Daniel Gordon, Davion Parnsalu and Jovan Babovic – to say goodbye. 
  • What a racquet

    March 1, 2018 0
    Children from various age groups travel to St. John’s to compete in the Atlantic Indoor Tennis Championship.
  • Kaetlyn Osmond’s medal performances in South Korea have captured the hearts of fans in her old hometown. Arthur Green Kicker