*Originally published in our September 11-17, 2022 issue
We were in a restaurant in a hotel in Paris. It was the middle of the Republican primaries before that weird election that took Donald J. Trump to a one term presidency.
Wife and I were on a short trip to France.
*Originally published on our August 21-27, 2022 issue
I was driving out the Kenmount Road the other week and my car dropped into a pothole in the road under construction. It was of Olympic proportions. Is it my imagination, or has that road been under construction for a couple of
*Originally published in our August 7-13, 2022 issue
There was a sadness about Pope Francis when he arrived in Canada on his tour of “penance” last week. He’s a decent fellow and genuinely has offered apologies and sought forgiveness for the sins of the Roman Catholic Church against Indigenous children
Tireless and brave local activist Gemma Hickey reflects on the rocky road against prejudice and equality for those in the LGBTQQIP2SAA community
On November 29, 2021, Bill C-4, a bill to amend the criminal code making it illegal to practice conversion therapy in Canada, was tabled.
NL’s own Gemma Hickey
The province’s news leader continues to share the important stories that shape the province, country and world
Jodi Cooke is one of NTV’s most seasoned journalists and perhaps the province’s most dynamic.
She embodies the spirit of NTV News, where versatility and professionalism are paramount. Cooke, who’s been with NTV
*Originally published in our July 10-16, 2022 issue
Just as I thought the damage was done and the much-repudiated Donald Trump had exited the stage we find his ghost still haunts the halls, at least for a little while longer.
The democratic process in the United States said a
By: Ryan Cleary
Thirty years after northern cod moratorium stock remains on its knees
Some stories stick with a journalist. The killing of a little girl in outport Newfoundland, the fall of a cabinet minister, our place in Canada. My list is long, but near the top is the day almost
As we waited for a decision on the sale of The Basilica, St. Bonaventure’s School and the St. Bon’s Forum, last I told everybody that I didn’t really care what happened to the properties.
That’s because, despite being an old St. Bon’s boy and a member of the Catholic Church
It is a funny place to look, but the philosopher Aristotle refers to men of “practical wisdom.” That’s a kind of virtue that leads to wise decisions.
Aristotle believed that to become a virtuous man, in addition to abstract wisdom, you needed practical wisdom.
It lies with those who have
The Newfoundland Herald takes viewers inside the fast-paced world of NTV News, where award-winning reporters package stories for the most-watched television show in Newfoundland and Labrador, The NTV Evening Newshour
“No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it. That’s no truer anywhere than it is here