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Many children pass through the Janeway each and every year. The Herald takes pride in highlighting the story of one brave and resilient champion child
Taking place from June 4-5 the Janeway Children’s Miracle Network Telethon is a yearly benchmark to help highlight stories of bravery and perseverance over illness

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Award-winning folk duo Fortunate Ones – affectionally comprised of Andrew James O’Brien and Catherine Allan – have weathered personal and professional uncertainties to return with perhaps their most honest and realized effort yet in the form of their third studio album That Was You And Me. 
Composed in a time

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Nl’s most famed positive thinker Jeremy Bennett returns to the stage to introduce attendees to the TLM Method of Thinking 
 Newfoundland’s own inspirational guru, Jeremy Bennett, has been spreading his message of hope for over a decade. With over 100, 000 online subscribers, Bennett boasts over 10 million online video

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Award-winning singer-songwriter, producer, composer, director and all-around talented artist Ian Foster is fixing to release his ambitious project Close to the Bone, what he describes as a hybrid film and music project.
“Close to the Bone is a true hybrid film and music project,” shared Foster in an exclusive statement

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A ten day festival celebrating culture and community utilizing a creative blend of walks, culinary adventures and entertainment is kicking off in Norris Point
Marina Sexton loves to show off her hometown of Norris Point and Trails, Tales and Tunes, a ten day festival showcasing and highlighting the best the

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One local woman proves that when the weather in Newfoundland and Labrador is at its worst, you can still look your very best 
The brand is recognizable for its colour and style and the name itself is unforgettably adorable: Mernini. 
It has to be asked, where did the name come

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Maureen, Karen and Teresa Ennis, in their own words, reflect on 25 years of The Ennis Sisters, delving into early days, industry changes, life lessons and new material
From Ennis Road to venues across the globe, Maureen, Karen and Teresa Ennis, lovingly known as The Ennis Sisters, have lived their

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From China to Newfoundland and Labrador, Jing Xia’s thirst for knowledge and mastery of the zheng continue to blossom in the wake of her debut album
She is perhaps one of the foremost masters of the zheng in North America. Jing Xia, born in Hunan, China, has been studying and

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One community leader connects with the past to help preserve the culture and traditions for future generations 
Badger’s Kellie Kerpan is the manager of culture and community outreach with Qalipu First Nation. When Kerpan spoke with The Herald, she was relaxing before things were about to get busy at Kilmory

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By: Russell Bowers
It’s one of the few flat-iron style buildings in the world and yet, there it sits, unused, on the corner of Duckworth and New Gower streets in downtown St. John’s
The place known as the Majestic Theatre was built in 1919 and found prominence as a political

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May 9-15 marks National Nursing Week across Canada. And for our nursing workforce across the province, there are never enough thank yous
I knew what I was getting into when I married a nurse, or at least I thought I did. 
I shacked up – proudly I might add –

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