Some years ago there was a woman who stayed on the same hospital ward as my late mother-in-law. This woman was nice enough and she was a regular Herald reader who thought that I somehow lived off-grid somewhere in the interior of the Avalon wilderness area. That is because I
Several times Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had to be extricated from protests that threatened to turn violent
There are aspects to this federal election where you almost must avert your eyes. Several times the Prime Minister had to be extricated from protests that threatened to turn violent.
Opening your business during the pandemic comes with its own challenges, but Colin Hodder — Owner/Director of MVP Modern Barbers, St. John’s — isn’t letting them get in his way.
Colin Hodder, Owner/Director of MVP Modern Barbers in St. John’s, says he’s ready and eager for the big day.
Traveling singer-songwriter Dave Whitty has adapted to pandemic-livin’ by launching his own podcast, The Dave Whitty Show
There’s this saying about best-laid plans. Interwoven with those adages of counting your chickens is the core idea that one doesn’t have a lens to the future, and nothing in life is guaranteed.
“It could always be worse,” says the kindly cashier at the corner store not a five-minute walk from my east end home.
Ain’t that the truth?
For context, this and many conversations across the island revolve around the current state of the world and Newfoundland and Labrador’s curious place in
Actor, comedian, philanthropist, husband, father: Shaun Majumder gets real on living life and raising his daughter back ‘ome in Newfoundland
Shaun Majumder is not only proud of where he comes from, but he makes a point to ensure his daughter, Mattis Maple, along with his wife, Shelby Fenner, get
I rolled up my sleeve for my COVID-19 vaccination shot last week. It was great. At half past two on a rainy afternoon I walked into the Health Sciences Complex and down the corridor to COVID registration. There was no line-up.
In the clinic itself there were five vaccination stations
One family uses a forced shut-down during the pandemic as an opportunity to inspire others
Vaughn Rowsell grew up in the entertainment business. His father, the legendary performer Bobby Evans, taught Rowsell the value of entertaining the masses from an early age, so he’s used to celebrating the sweeter
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,
Polio kind of eased into the public consciousness in the summer of 1959 in Newfoundland. We were aware of it, but it didn’t dominate our lives. It broke out that year in Trinity Bay in a small group of connected families that had not been vaccinated with the Salk vaccine.