“When sun rays crown thy pine clad hills, And summer spreads her hand,
When silvern voices tune thy rills, We love thee, smiling land.” — Sir Cavendish Boyle, 1902.
The words Sir Cavendish Boyle penned about this province of ours in 1902 still rings true today. My Ontario-born niece feels
While the position itself is all about pomp and circumstance, the woman in the role of Lieutenant Governor not only has an open door policy, but an open heart as well
This province’s 14th Lieutenant Governor, Her Honour, the Honourable Judy M. Foote, P.C., O.N.L., sits quite comfortably behind
Her Honour the Lieutenant Governor graces our current issue. Next week is all puppy love! Find out more in our recap of what’s on stands and what’s to come!
Jerry Buting, Stephen Avery’s lawyer from the popular Netflix series Making a Murderer, visits NL for a captivating evening of “behind the scenes” insight
The Netflix series, Making a Murderer, captivated a generation of bingers. Weeks after the show’s release, it was all anyone could talk about. Not just
Cortney Lake went missing on June 7, 2017. While police and family believe she was killed shortly after getting into the truck of her ex-boyfriend, Philip Steven Smith, who killed himself last Nov., they desperately search for answers, her remains and closure
Ann Lynch and Lisa Lake are mother
Her Honour the Lieutenant Governor Judy Foote graces this weeks cover of The Newfoundland Herald. That and so much more in our weekly recap!
This week in The Newfoundland Herald a look at the cosmic origins of Captain Canada.
Plus, we look ahead to missing persons cases across the island, including an exclusive interview with the family of Cortney Lake.
Katarina Roxon proves she’s a champion both inside and outside the pool in this touching, inspirational one-on-one
There’s a unique glow to Katarina Roxon that’s difficult to ignore. While the paralympic swimming champion is a gold medalist, which earns her every right to beam from ear-to-ear on any given