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.

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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...

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Alan Holman

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