You know there is not a lot more to be said about the Greene Report or PERT (Premiers Economic Recovery Team). Reactions are playing out like a ballet. Everyone knows the steps.
Perhaps we should not have been surprised. Support for PERT has not been overwhelming at least from “parties
A fixture of Newfoundland and Labrador’s media landscape, Jim Furlong reflects on his life in the industry in this candid one-on-one sitdown with The Herald
Jim Furlong eases back in his chair during a sitdown in his office on a predictably wet and grey weekday in St. John’s. “When
Written By: Scott Stirling
My Dad, Geoff Stirling, started The Newfoundland Herald in 1946 right after World War II, as a Sunday paper called The Sunday Herald. Joey Smallwood had just tried his own hand at publishing, but his political newspaper couldn’t make a go of it financially, so he sold
Life simply couldn’t be better for Eddie Sheerr, his wife Susan and two-year-old Emily, but things are about to get just a little sweeter and there’s so much to celebrate
When Emily was born on May 15, 2019, Eddie Sheerr and his wife Susan thought they had the world.
Sharon Snow is one of NTV’s most dynamic employees — a force in the boardroom and star in front of the camera.
It’s been almost three decades since she arrived at NTV – bringing talent, grace and enthusiasm to a career that continues to evolve.
Most know her as the
Many years ago, I met Prince Philip. He was a nice guy. The Queen and the Prince were on a Canadian tour in 1978. Mother of God that is over 40 years ago!
Newfoundland was the first stop, and it turns out that on a royal tour’s first stop Her
There was no surprise in the result of the provincial election. I had mentioned that an incumbent government, headed by a doctor, in the middle of a COVID pandemic would be hard to unseat. Even a poor running of the pandemic election wasn’t enough. It just ticked people off.
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,