Markland began fighting for paved roads more than 30 years ago and won the battle, but the war continues.
The ‘Positively Beyonce’ fundraiser at Factory brought together local burlesque performers and comedians to raise $1,500 for Planned Parenthood.
Newfoundlanders are stereotyped as being old-fashioned – set in our ways.
Members of the LGBTQ+ community say support is significantly lacking in small towns across the province.
Volunteers are crucial in rural Newfoundland communities. Riverhead mayor Sheila Lee and Craig Pollett with Municipalities of Newfoundland and Labrador know just how important volunteers in rural Newfoundland are, and why problems in rural Newfoundland […]
With the recent Corporate Research Associates’s poll showing a majority of Atlantic Canadians support screening immigrants for “Canadian values,” Kicker Radio dedicated a special 90-minute broadcast to tackling racism, discrimination and the nerves they expose.
St. John’s businesses are giving local food and beverages their just desserts.
Sharing the stage is never a problem in Newfoundland, as many local musicians spread their talents around to multiple bands at the same time.
Is Newfoundland and Labrador finally ready to build a tunnel linking the island to the mainland? Kicker’s Kyle Greenham looked into what it would take to give this project the go-ahead.
Now that the provincial government has designated 64,000 hectares for farming, one Avalon farmer is optimistic about new Crown land opportunities.