A team at MUN revisits a series of films that document the struggles of Fogo Island
In 1967 filmmaker Colin Low, community worker Fred Earle and Memorial University’s Donald Snowden created a series of 27 films centred around the towns of Fogo Island in partnership with MUN’s Extension Program
(Note: the following ran in our March 29-April 4 issue, which hit stands March 23rd)
We are living in unprecedented times. That was the message from Premier Dwight Ball on Monday, March 16 as the province closed all schools, child care centres and post-secondary institutions to prevent the spread of
For over two decades, the Sunday Evening Newshour has been the province’s only live, hour-long weekend newscast, providing viewers with breaking news, feature stories, community events and, of course, the all-important weather forecast. Toni Wiseman pioneered those early years when it launched in the late 1990s and was later joined
NTV’s Chief Meteorologist Eddie Sheerr shares his thoughts on the record-breaking historic ‘Snowmageddon’ that rocked the island in this deep dive into winter!
In the days leading up to the province’s worst storm in decades, Eddie Sheerr was tracking a weather system that, even he admits, looked historic.
From her first day on the job at NTV in 1989 to the emotional interviews that defined her career, the talented anchor delivers a revealing interview about life on the set of the province’s most-watched newscast
It’s hard to believe Toni-Marie Wiseman recently celebrated her 30th anniversary at NTV.
By: Nick Travis
Drawing parallels from her own life, Tonia Cianciulli honours trailblazing opera singer Georgina Stirling
In the late 19th century a young woman stared out her window in Twillingate with dreams of being much bigger than her small town roots. That woman was the famed Nightingale of
By: Nick Travis
It’s a time in NL’s past that marked a significant change; Confederation. Author Tom Moore approaches the topic through a unique lens in his latest release
Newfoundland-based author Thomas Moore, author of such books as Canadian bestseller Good-bye Momma, Angels Crying and Plains of Madness, is