St. Patrick’s day is sneaking up on us fairly quickly, which is great news for the Irish, great news for people who will take any excuse to party, and an emotional rollercoaster for bartenders who have to deal with rowdy crowds virtually from sunrise.
How would I know? Well, before
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
I’ve always been intrigued by the unknown. From life on other planets to conspiracy theories, and especially the paranormal.
Being born in Newfoundland and Labrador may have triggered the curiosity. The capital city of St. John’s, my birth city, is known as the most haunted city in North America. From
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
25-year-old Newfoundlander Jeff Sullivan is living the dream, building a career in theatre abroad
Born and bred in Newfoundland and Labrador, Jeff Sullivan isn’t your typical 25-year-old. With more ambition and career milestones than most, this blue-eyed Broadway boy has earned his place in the spotlight, with some well
A popular community destination, The Newfoundland Herald speaks with Dr. Rod Taylor about Manuels River and their educational, yet fun, interpretation centre.
Located in CBS and traversing almost 10 kilometres of terrain before emptying into the open waters nearby, is Manuels River. Whether it be to take a nice
The Newfoundland Herald caught up with NTV’s central correspondent Colleen Lewis to talk health care, politics, economy and much more
The Newfoundland Herald caught up with NTV’s correspondent for central Newfoundland, based in Grand Falls-Windsor, Colleen Lewis. With the recent drastic fluctuations in weather right across the island, it’s
Whether people are transitioning from situations of abuse, homelessness, war, unemployment or just struggling to establish a home, Home Again Furniture Bank is there to help
The movement of furniture banks originated in the United States, and swiftly moved into Canada. Furniture banks are registered charities, non-profit organizations involving gently