This question asked today is directly from the Bible; Book of Acts: 16. “What must I do to be saved?” Consider for a moment that most awful of scenarios in which I am running the province and have gotten to that position by getting elected. The problem is that I
The late, great Gerald Squires is remembered fondly this time of year, for his unique, emotional and decidedly local take on the hallowed Stations of the Cross.
For Christians across the island of Newfoundland and Labrador and abroad, Easter is not about delicately adorned eggs, barrels of sweets or
Two Newfoundlanders have been named among 40 of Canada’s Outstanding Principals by the Learning Partnership. The Newfoundland Herald speaks with John Antle, principal of Exploits Valley Intermediate
The role of a principal has changed dramatically over the last decade or so, but there’s key elements that will never change
John Crosbie has long been a force to be reckoned with. Besides his days in provincial politics where he served provincially as a cabinet minister under premiers Joey Smallwood (Liberal) and Frank Moores (Progressive Conservative), he also served in the federal cabinets of both Joe Clark and Brian Mulroney and
It’s a proud day for journalists at NTV News. The station has received six nominations at this year’s Atlantic Journalism Awards, scheduled to be handed out next month in Halifax.
Veteran journalist Bart Fraize has received two nominations – both in the spot news/breaking news category – for his work