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The Newfoundland Herald catches up with local author Candace Osmond to chat about her most recent published novel A Kingdom of Iron & Wine
Number one international and USA Today Bestselling Author Candace Osmond captivates her readers once again with her most recent book release, marking her 24th published novel,

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Local author Darrell Duke asks if it’s better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all in his latest passion project, Swept Away
There’s so much about writer Darrell Duke to admire. He’s passionate about nature, for one thing, and his friendship with a beluga this

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In this special commemorative edition of The Herald, we reflect 40 years after the tragedy of the Ocean Ranger with then rookie reporter, NTV’s Glen Carter. Carter, who is set to retire in March, 2022, looks back over his last four decades in television. Plus, Swept Away by Darrell Duke,

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NTV’s Legislative Reporter/Assistant News Director, Michael Connors is at home behind the anchor desk and inside the newsroom, but what’s the untold story once this esteemed journalist takes off the jacket and tie and calls it a day
If you think Michael Connors and his family talk politics around the

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With 80 years of living and an enviable career in the heat of things politically to bank on, former Port de Grave livyer Ray Andrews tells the tales that didn’t get away in his brilliant
tell-all, Something Fishy
Ray Andrews has led what most would consider an enviable life.

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The author of Sick in Bed, Across Two Chairs, With My Feet Out Through the Window, shares his very personal battle with terminal illness while remaining positive
At 77 years of age, Grandpa Pike (real name Laurie Blackwood Pike), says he’s lived a good life. He’s an accomplished author with

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There was and will only ever be one Ray Guy. In his book, Ray Guy: Portrait of a Rebel, writer and friend Ron Crocker shares why that’s so
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In Arnold’s cove, the town where Ray Guy was born and raised,  friends, family and fans of the late writer and

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Saqamaw Mi’sel Joe and Sheila O’Neill combine talents to reclaim and share the true story of Sylvester Joe, a guide named ‘My Indian’ by explorer William Cormack
Chief Mi’Sel Joe, the District Traditional Chief of Miawpukek First Nation since 1983 and the man considered the Spiritual Chief of the Mi’kmaq

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