Father and son duo of Tony and Darrell Barrington make magic behind the camera at NTV
The Stirling family name is synonymous with broadcasting in this province.
The late media magnate Geoff Stirling founded the empire in 1946 and was a fixture until his death in 2013. His son
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
By: Jason Sheppard
With empathy, compassion and a twinkle in his eye, Bruce Templeton takes readers on two remarkable holiday journeys in his newest book
Many of us have worked as assistants during our lives and careers whether it was for business owners, physicians or college educators. Bruce Templeton
A mother’s worst nightmare as Kathleen Coombs faces the reality of the murder of her son, Daniel Coursol
On April 23, the body of Daniel Jason Coursol was discovered outside the unincorporated community of Maskwacis, Alberta. Five people have been charged with offences relating to the death of Coursol.
Toni-Marie Wiseman reflects on her 30th anniversary with NTV, and focuses on her biggest assignment yet – co-anchor of the station’s flagship show
She’s one of the province’s most identifiable faces, a mainstay on television screens in this province for three decades. Toni-Marie Wiseman’s name is synonymous with NTV,