By: Michael Chubbs
As The Herald’s newest intern, I’d like to introduce myself by sharing what I’ve been doing around here for the last week or so.
So, what did my first few days look like? Running coffees and copying papers? Not exactly.
“Hi, Michael, I’m just grabbing the Premier
By. Michael Chubbs
From long elections to life in Labrador, The Herald goes one-on-one with this province’s 14th premier
The longest election in the history of Newfoundland and Labrador has finally come to a close and the Premier has sworn in his new cabinet.
As the dust following a
From lockdowns & clusters to recoveries and vaccines, it’s the story of a lifetime. A Herald exclusive with an award-winning reporter covering the coronavirus
Journalism, no matter the beat, has an element of chance. Reporters dedicate much of their energy to consuming information, fact-checking, chasing interviews and, of course,
St. John’s-born doctor Siobhan Duff battles the novel coronavirus in the Unites States, a country still bracing for the worst
Siobhan Duff is scared. The St. John’s native is practicing family medicine in Chattanooga, Tennessee and is bracing for a tsunami of COVID-19 cases as the virus unleashes its fury
By: Nick Travis
The Marriage of Mary and Christopher Pratt: The unauthorized biography of Newfoundland & Labrador’s most famous artist couple and the rivalry that drove them
Carol Bishop-Gwyn always had a knack for the role of biographer. Her first book, a biography of National Ballet of Canada founder
(Note: the following ran in our March 29-April 4 issue, which hit stands March 23rd)
We are living in unprecedented times. That was the message from Premier Dwight Ball on Monday, March 16 as the province closed all schools, child care centres and post-secondary institutions to prevent the spread of
By: Nick Travis
Drawing parallels from her own life, Tonia Cianciulli honours trailblazing opera singer Georgina Stirling
In the late 19th century a young woman stared out her window in Twillingate with dreams of being much bigger than her small town roots. That woman was the famed Nightingale of