St. John’s residents mark a solemn and personal Remembrance Day amid COVID-19 pandemic Mark Quilty Kicker
The Covid-19 pandemic has hit front-line workers harder than most, including taxi companies. Local cab owners weigh in on the future of their industry if things continue the way they have been.
Friends of the missing hiker are still searching and fundraising Mark Quilty Kicker https://youtu.be/Ls4jx_z4LQA
With talks of a potential snap federal election, people are wondering about what’s going to happen in St. John’s East.
NL businesses and consumers alike rethink food waste.
Patrick Newhook Kicker News Small businesses are a big part of St. John’s. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s becoming difficult for some businesses to keep their doors open. Kicker’s Patrick Newhook looks into […]
In a time where businesses are facing countless struggles; one new business has been booming. Kicker’s Nic Conway has the story. Nicholas Conway Kicker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lK5PXcbPR8Y
Dominion workers hold fast on picket lines as the strike drags on.
Cold weather, road conditions, and distracted driving all can lead to accidents, experts say.