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One Newfoundland woman gives her all, taking her through sickness and through health commitment to heart, caring for
her partner at home
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The numbers are staggering. Right now, there are more than eight million Canadians who spend much of their time each day taking care of someone close to

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In spite of all obstacles before them, one mom and her precious bundle of joy plan to look at life’s many blessings throughout 2021 and well beyond
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Kerri Pittman, mother of this year’s Herald Baby of The Year, Noah, has a motto and it’s this: ‘Don’t take life for

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St. John’s-born doctor Siobhan Duff battles the novel coronavirus in the Unites States, a country still bracing for the worst
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Siobhan Duff is scared. The St. John’s native is practicing family medicine in Chattanooga, Tennessee and is bracing for a tsunami of COVID-19 cases as the virus unleashes its fury

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President of the Registered Nurses’ Union of Newfoundland & Labrador Debbie Forward salutes essential workers and highlights the role we all play in flattening the Covid-curve
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For many of us, time seems to stand still during this pandemic. Life goes on around us, albeit at a glacial pace, and we

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One Burin Peninsula family is taking ‘ome schooling to a whole new level, making sure the kids learn their lessons well
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Lobster fishers Melissa and Darren Grandy of Garnish decided to take the school closure due to Covid-19 in stride, and use it to their family business advantage. 
Learning

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In this, our time of greatest need, Reverend Bill Strong of St. Peter’s Anglican Church in Upper Gullies shares a message of hope
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Times are hard. Realities and routines we’ve all come to depend and rely on, from holding down a job and running errands to  visiting family or hosting a

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(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

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By: Jason Sheppard
They’re a bit punk, highly captivating and they have a tremendous amount of heart.
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Nancy Doll and Leon House have only known each other for less than six months but together they have developed a friendship based on a number of interests; a love of artistic

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