Rodneys Pillar and Breidden Hill at sunset. Photo by Liam Herringshaw.
CETA. Illustration by Justin Brake.
Photo by Alex Proimos via Wikimedia Commons.
Julie Huntington and Wayne Ledwell of Wale Rescue. Photo courtesy Julie Huntington.
Photo by Leisha Sagan.
Rodneys Pillar and Breidden Hill at sunset. Photo by Liam Herringshaw.

A pillar of time and fire

Newfoundland and Wales share an interesting bit of history

CETA. Illustration by Justin Brake.

CETA, temporary workers, and the attack on middle class jobs

Leaked excerpts reveal serious implications

Photo by Alex Proimos via Wikimedia Commons.

The myopia of charitable giving

Lewis Kearney’s story tugs on the heartstrings, but is charity the best or only response?

Julie Huntington and Wayne Ledwell of Wale Rescue. Photo courtesy Julie Huntington.

Whale Release and Strandings Group – true conservation heroes

They have quietly saved hundreds of whales

Photo by Leisha Sagan.

Family in the distance

Technology and a little work can help build and sustain family relationships

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NEWS

Photo by Aiden Mahoney.

Government promises external review of fracking

By: | August 15, 2014

Citizen groups stress public pressure and diligence still needed to ensure ...

I Need Feminism Because

St. John’s women respond to anti-feminism social media trend

By: | August 6, 2014

From #WomenAgainstFeminism to #WhyINeedFeminism: the executive director of ...

Photo by Hans Rollmann.

Smallwood’s greatest regret

By: | July 31, 2014

What lessons can rural Wales offer rural Newfoundland? Can an economy be ba...

OPINION

A pillar of time and fire

By: | August 21, 2014

Even when gazing at a Welsh hillside monument, it seems you can always find...

The myopia of charitable giving

By: | August 20, 2014

Lewis Kearney’s story tugs on the heartstrings, but is charity the best o...

Whale Release and Strandings Group – true conservation heroes

By: | August 19, 2014

They have quietly saved hundreds of whales for over 20 years...

LANDWASH

Newfoundland singer and fiddler Daniel Payne performs at the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival in 2012. Photo by Graham Kennedy.

Culture reflected back in music

By:
August 7, 2014


A Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival retrospective

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People to People Library

Introducing the People to People Library

By:
August 1, 2014


Where conventional libraries fall short, people sharing ingenuity and building community stand tall

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Coming To Stay

Coming to stay

By:
April 16, 2014


Vol. 1 Issue 2
Spring 2014

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Stepfather

Stepfather

By:
April 16, 2014


Vol. 1 Issue 2
Spring 2014

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LETTERS

Odds of overturning Churchill Falls contract are “vanishing low”

From: Robert McCullough
July 29, 2014

“Frustration of Purpose suits are among the most difficult to pursue”

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INDY NEWS HOUR

Indy Keep Station Radio

The Indy News Hour – March 30, 2014

"Austerity doesn't work": Reaction to Budget 2014 — The 'Really Important...

Indy Keep Station Radio

The Indy News Hour – April 13, 2014

Interview: Brandon Pardy on "Re-evaluating Labrador Governance" – Really ...

Indy Keep Station Radio

The Indy News Hour – March 9, 2014

Featuring interviews with Avalon MP Scott Andrews about the 'Fair Elections...

Indy Keep Station Radio

The Indy News Hour – March 16, 2014

Featuring interviews with Indy columnist Robert Sweeny and political blogge...

THE ARCHIVES

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Movember Mupdate: Mov. 29

Check in on the growth of our Movember moustaches....

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It’s time the penny dropped

Perhaps it's time to empty that humungous mayonnaise jar and say good-bye t...

Bay Bulls standoff suspect appears in court

Leo Crockwell, the man charged in a lengthy standoff late last year with RC...

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