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Twenty-five years removed from her tragic passing, and the masses are still enamoured with the heartbreaking loss, and glowing legacy of Diana, The People’s Princess
On the evening of August 30th, 1997, Princess Diana  – known far and wide as The People’s Princess for her kindness, generosity and unshakable connection

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NTV’s Sharon Snow reflects on 30 years with NTV and 22 with Places to Go
Sharon Snow finds it incredible when she reflects on her career at NTV. “22 years with Places to Go and 30 with NTV. It’s been quite a ride, and it’s not over yet,” she said

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By: Russell Bowers
It was an image that became iconic to a decade. But the story of how the picture happened is more bizarre than the photo itself
It was December of 1970, most Americans were in holiday mode, heading to malls and shops for presents. Comedian Red Skelton, variety

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*Originally published in our August 14-20, 2022 issue
There’s moments in life that just stand out in each generation. For folks in their 50s and up, the moon landing in 1969 was one of the bigger events, but the passing of the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, on

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Beloved local arts festival institution Ochre Fest celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2022, boasting a stacked lineup of artists and authors
A decade of influencing the local arts community serves as the backdrop for the 10th annual Ochre Fest, which will emulate from the Ochre House Retreat in Ochre Pit

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By: Ryan Cleary
Thirty years after northern cod moratorium stock remains on its knees
Some stories stick with a journalist. The killing of a little girl in outport Newfoundland, the fall of a cabinet minister, our place in Canada. My list is long, but near the top is the day almost

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Maureen, Karen and Teresa Ennis, in their own words, reflect on 25 years of The Ennis Sisters, delving into early days, industry changes, life lessons and new material
From Ennis Road to venues across the globe, Maureen, Karen and Teresa Ennis, lovingly known as The Ennis Sisters, have lived their

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Former NL Premier Danny Williams has been recognized for outstanding contributions to many things, but his dedication to the sport of hockey is perhaps one of his crowning achievements
Danny Williams still plays hockey regularly when he’s in town. While many know Williams as a powerhouse of a former premier,

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By Russell Bowers
While much has been written about the unsinkable Titanic, less is said about the object that eventually did sink the iconic ship on her maiden voyage
According to a report in a 2012 issue of Wired magazine, the only known photo of the iceberg that caused the

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By: Russell Bowers
A small coastal town in British Columbia suffered a powerful loss when The Titanic sank to the bottom of the sea, taking hopes and dreams with it
If anyone from this province happened to find themselves in the coastal city of Prince Rupert in British Columbia, they

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NL’s own Larry Daley has an interesting connection to the most famous, or infamous, ship of all time: The Titanic
Newfoundlander Larry Daley has an interesting claim to fame. “I would say I have one of the largest Titanic and iceberg exhibits in the world, or one of the largest

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