Award-winning Newfoundland folk trio The Once are set to release their latest album, Time Enough, on May 11th. The band released a lengthy statement on their social medias, which you can read below!
TIME ENOUGH. That is the name of our brand new album. It’s being pressed
A special spotlight interview with the unseen spokes in the wheels for NTV, The Herald catches up with technical director Donnie Decker and cameraman Tony Barrington
Productions are similar to icebergs, and the people you see in front of the camera are just the tip of a hardworking, and dedicated
After much speculation, the East Coast Hockey League will be setting up shop in St. John’s for the 2018-19 season. Below is the official announcement from the ECHL including quotes from Commissioner Brian McKenna and ownerships’ Dean MacDonald
The Board has approved the Expansion Membership application for St. John’s,
Getting to know the team behind NTV News, The Herald catches up with Ross Tilley, correspondent for the Burin Peninsula
It takes a dedicated team to cover the entire province of Newfoundland and Labrador in order to effectively provide first looks at in-depth news coverage across the island and
NTV anchor and respected journalist Glen Carter has signed a publishing contract with local company Flanker Press for his third published work, Soldier Boy, currently scheduled to hit bookshelves in September of 2018.
Soldier Boy is described by Carter himself on Twitter as “a novel of reincarnation, redemption and revenge.”