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Speeding cars and slim, uncleared sidewalks trap pedestrians in an unsafe trot.
A mixture of different martial arts, yoga, and dance moves; the Nia technique is a program that is becoming popular in Newfoundland.
The Premier’s Youth Council held their annual meeting at Confederation Building last week. The Premier and other guest speakers spent the day with the 25 member council.
Teaching children throughout Newfoundland that they have rights
The Community Food Sharing Association has started collecting donations for the holiday season
Some old-fashioned Christmas traditions are never out of style in St. John’s
Dustin Hannam, 30, was found in a parking lot in Marystown with life-threatening head injuries. It happened in the centre of town in the early evening, but no witnesses have come forward.
‘Even after a week of hearing that news, I could not fathom the fact that it was me. I was one of the people who was chosen.’
Forget what you’ve heard about Generation Y. They’re volunteering and making a difference in their own communities.