While many are drawing up their New Year’s resolutions, Avalon Liberal MP Ken McDonald is steering his attention toward a year that will bring an opportunity for re-election.
While most people are planning to spend the holiday season with family and friends, Jaime Ryan, the owner of The Sweet Newfie Shop in Mount Pearl, plans to make Michelle Morgan’s wish list come true. Just like she has for other families in Christmas’s past.
Scoring results in more enjoyment and more wins at every level of hockey. The importance of effectively shooting the puck and efficiently creating offence increases as players face more skilled defenders and goaltenders.
Now that winter is upon us, it’s a great time to do some reading. I received a couple of good books as Christmas gifts, but the books are about as similar as night and day.
For two Trepassey residents, the land that surrounds them has become more than a place to call home - it has become an opportunity to document and share the local natural wonders with the rest of the world.
The first meeting of the new year was a very brief one for Witless Bay Town council Tuesday.
Three major stores in the Goulds have closed, or are in the process of closing, something Ward 5 Councillor Wally Collins believes is a sign of the economic times in Newfoundland.
From it’s squid jigging grounds to its majestic, lighted cross, Holyrood boasts a number of unique features. Now it can claim one more: It is home to perhaps the youngest historian in the province.
Despite a slow start, the Puglisevich Southern Shore Senior Breakers are still holding their own in the Newfoundland Senior Hockey League this season and are looking to make a run in the standings in the New Year.
The Town of Bay Bulls is projecting a budget surplus by the end of 2019.