GUEST COLUMN: Looking to Ottawa — again
CINDY'S SNAPSHOT: A light shines through
LETTER: Parallels between Trump Republicans and Canada’s Conservative ...
CINDY DAY: Some storms leave an impression – even 45 years later
LETTER: Climate change deniers come out from under the cloud cover
Fire causes extensive damage to St. Thomas home Friday night
LETTER: Naysayers, yea-sayers, the dumb and the mum
Roddickton-Bide Arm mayor acclaimed next president of MNL
Honesty earns Raleigh NL teen a backstage pass to meet hip hop act
The Central Voice
LETTER: Lewisporte plastics plant will provide growth with minimal environmental impact
LETTER: Plastic-energy proposal needs rigorous environmental review first
NICHOLAS MERCER: Ontario man wants those with Parkinson's Disease to keep moving
NICHOLAS MERCER: Magic on a diamond
STEVE BARTLETT: What we’re doing about the federal election
LETTER: Fossils discovered in Schefferville bring back memories
COMMENTARY: Please hear Hong Kong’s cry for help
WE ARE a group of Hong Kongers living in Halifax. We’d like to express our concerns, hopelessness and disappointment over developments in the place we once called home. We are demanding that the Canadian government assist its citizens in ...
STEVE BARTLETT: Check the source before believing what you read
The small seaside restaurant had been selected as a place to eat in Canada. I got up early one summer morning and drove a couple of hours to do a story on it. The woman who operated the restaurant, a super-friendly senior citizen was thrilled ...
LETTER: Hospital visitation rules need enforcement
Recovering from triple bypass surgery I recently had to be admitted for two weeks to Carbonear Hospital. While the doctors and nurses on the most part were great I wish to bring up the matter of patient visitations. I for the life of me cannot ...
Letter to the editor: Compassion by Clarenville vet and staff was appreciated
Dear Editor, We just returned home after spending some time in your wonderful province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Our trip was sadly marked by the loss of our beloved dog, Ripley, on June 24. Ripley became gravely ill while visiting ...
LETTER: 2020 Summer Games in Bay Roberts needs to showcase whole town
The Newfoundland and Labrador Summer Games will be staged next year and the town of Bay Roberts is getting ready to showcase their town to the rest of the province. They're sprucing things up and hoping they do a respectful job in representing ...
Letter to the editor: Unfortunate accident leads to kindness and generosity
Dear Editor, On June 5, 2019, the three of us were involved in a rollover accident on highway 210 (Burin Peninsula). We came from Ontario to see the beautiful vistas, icebergs, puffins and moose. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to ...
Letter to the editor: Forever grateful
Dear editor, On June 9, 2019, here in Clarenville we held our 15th annual Walk to End ALS. It was another success due to the many participants, individual donors, and the businesses and organizations that made great ...
Under-the-table payments bad for Newfoundland and Labrador economy
An old adage says, "There's only two things you have to do in life – pay taxes and die." Well, I know a few people that don't heed that saying. Do you know anyone who sells their wares or services for cash only with no ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Problems with salmon licensing
To the editor, The cost of a salmon license this year is $23 plus $3 HST. The province sold 28,042 licenses in 2018, equalling approximately $1 million. The cost of a two-year hook and release study on Western Arm Brook is approximately ...
JOHN BROWN: Talking criminal law
I still practise criminal law, from time to time. Compared to civil litigation, criminal litigation is attractive because you can get your matter into a courtroom faster. Sometimes I despair in civil litigation, and worry that if I had to hop ...