Targa 2002 off and running across the province
by Jennifer Pickett
Who’d want to spend nine days in a car driving more than 2,300 kilometers around Newfoundland.
The scenery would be spectacular, no doubt, but talk about a pain in the rear.
Of course, the pain wouldn’t be
Anger in his eyes
Years later, the scars from a bully’s blows remain, By Ryan Cleary
I shall remember forever and will never forget
Monday: my money was taken
Tuesday: names called.
Wednesday: my uniform torn
Thursday: my body pouring with blood
Friday: it’s ended
The final diary
Everyday there are people listening to music. It’s part of our lives. But how many people out there actually stop to think about the people behind the CD, not just the music in between the case covers?
How long does it actually take the artist to put the CD together.
Story first published Oct. 31, 1998 by Joan Sullivan
Outside the Hotel Newfoundland, it’s pelting rain. Inside, the lobby is stogged with Softworld attendees. Rumours of flight cancellations have them musing about spending a night in the lobby. In one corner of the bar, Gordon Pinsent sits with a glass
Story first published Nov. 20, 2005 By Darrin Bent
Almost 15 years after he was wrongly accused of murdering his mother, Gregory Parsons is finally moving on with his life
It’s been nearly 15 years since Gregory Parsons was targeted by police as the person who murdered his mother. It’s
Story first Published Oct. 22, 2001 | By Mark Dwyer
As a broadcaster, printer, publisher, author and filmmaker, Geoff Stirling has committed his life to upholding the highest standards of media excellence. The groundbreaking visionary was the first to bring commercial FM radio to the province and launched the first
Story first published Mar. 17, 1968
How long will the Christians accept being thrown to the lions?
“The way things are going, the Church as we know it won’t exist in 50 years time…” Comment of a committed Christian, a Newfoundlander with background in the service of his church, who
Story first published Dec. 4, 2004 | by Carolyn Stokes
What do you get when 8,000 screaming fans and one Herald reporter show up to watch a Great Big Sea concert in Ottawa? A show to remember.
It’s loud. It’s like thousands of screaming people are competing with each other