Warm thoughts to melt the slush

Updated at 06:34 - So, late January — a time overtaken for slushy heartbreak only by March. (Or in Newfoundland, sometimes May.)

There are 37 houses under the hill in Bauline, a Northeast Avalon town of about 500 people that looks out over Conception Bay.

Disturbing threat faces Eastern Kings

Updated on January 27, 2015 - Our community was hammered by the loss of local administration at the Souris Hospital and what soon cascaded was a reduction in the...

Letters to the Editor (The Guardian)

When premiers meet, things happen — not

Updated on January 20, 2015 - In newsrooms, it’s the kind of event that makes reporters feel they’ve drawn the short straw: the Conference of Atlantic Canadian...

Russell Wangersky

Whistling past graveyard of debt

Updated on January 24, 2015 - When it comes to politics, Prince Edward Islanders are always more enamoured by the hunt then what happens when the chase is over.


Gary MacDougall

Your daily dose of freak

Updated on January 22, 2015 - Hermaphroditic cat to get gender assignment surgery — Newfoundland family got a surprise when they took their new pet Mittens to a...

Russell Wangersky

The Dalhousie 13 should be booted out

Updated on January 17, 2015 - The dithering by the president and administration of Dalhousie University is continuing and extending the damage done to its...


Alan Holman

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