I was barely a man when my now loving wife and I brought home our English setter puppy.
Black and white with a distinctive, impossible to forget spot on one eye, the soon-to-be-named Ace – out of a love for Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley and all things poker – was
There we were, baking in record-breaking temps and then two days later snow was drifting over our Crocs and coating our pine-clad hills. Did we protest? Nope. Hide images of slush on our roads from mainlanders who already think we’re half-cracked? Nope.
Because having a snowstorm in the spring is
It’s not fair really that God didn’t put all the smart people and all the experts in the House of Assembly. It would have made handling things easier. That’s true from the COVID outbreak to Churchill Falls, to the collapse of the fishery, to the problems of rural Newfoundland and
There’s joy in preparing for the May Two-Four weekend. Campers and Campground owners share how being prepared is the best way to enjoy the holiday.
Story by CAMERON KILFOY
As we enter the summer season, there is only one way that certain Newfoundlanders plan to ring it in and that’s
A fixture of Newfoundland and Labrador’s media landscape, Jim Furlong reflects on his life in the industry in this candid one-on-one sitdown with The Herald
Jim Furlong eases back in his chair during a sitdown in his office on a predictably wet and grey weekday in St. John’s. “When
A tribute to the fascinating, spectacular life of media mogul Geoff Stirling and how his ‘golden’ touch revolutionized the nation’s media landscape
By: NTV’s Mark Dwyer
He was a titan of business, a visionary. Geoff Stirling was spiritual, mystical, a daring free spirit and, to many, a friend.
He was larger
While we might think of Covid as something that keeps us separated, in some cases it brings family home at just the right time
It took two years, but my daughter finally had her confirmation. Who knew, when the process first began back in 2019, that COVID would dare
Written By: Scott Stirling
My Dad, Geoff Stirling, started The Newfoundland Herald in 1946 right after World War II, as a Sunday paper called The Sunday Herald. Joey Smallwood had just tried his own hand at publishing, but his political newspaper couldn’t make a go of it financially, so he sold