Author: Krystyn Decker

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The annual Health Care Foundation Hospital Home Lottery returns, showcasing an immaculate luxury home valued at over $1.1 Million to raise funds and give back to the community
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“Raising funds and developing strong and sustaining philanthropic relationships to support the highest level of adult health care through the funding

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The Royal St. John’s Regatta is the oldest organized sporting event in North America, with documented proof of 1816 boat races, and it’s coming up on it’s 200th anniversary. With over 50,000 visitors, it is also the largest tourism event in Newfoundland and Labrador, with enormous exposure to a wide-range

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April 28th marks Canada’s National Day of Mourning, a day that commemorates workers who have been killed or injured through workplace related incidents
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We, as people, generally wake up and follow routine. We go about our day to day lives without ever considering the potential of suffering a

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The Newfoundland Herald sits down with Fredericka Jessica Coffey, owner and operator of Bespoke Poke, to learn about hand poked tattoos, the art and the misconceptions.
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Hand poked tattooing, sometimes referred to as “stick and poke”, is a style of tattooing that involves using a sharp point needle and

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Chapter leader for 100 Women Who Care St. John’s, Lynn Young spreads awareness in preparation for her fifth meeting on April 24th
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There’s about 528,448 people in all of Newfoundland and Labrador, according to the 2016 Canadian Census, approximately 205,955 of whom reside in the capital city of St.

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The Newfoundland Herald breaks down the most acknowledged stigmas and misconceptions surrounding marijuana, debunking them and providing the facts
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For decades, cannabis has been under the microscope with its reputation cultivated and controlled. This has led to powerful stigmas against the popular plant, flooding the general population with an

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