As a Newfoundlander living in the United States of America, Oren Young sees a different USA that what most see on TV.
The community of Dildo has become popular with tourists. They go there to get photos with the sign and to visit small businesses, they aren’t going out to drive over potholes. Despite the town’s immense […]
For the last 29 years, the Women’s Institute in Port au Choix has been doing its part to bring Christmas cheer to soldiers from this province who cannot be home for the holidays.
The annual downtown St. John’s Christmas parade may be cancelled, but there is still a chance to see Santa and get your letters in. Chantel Murrin Kicker While the annual downtown St. John’s Christmas parade […]
The Deer Lake Food Bank continues to operate despite donation numbers being down. This Christmas more than ever, local food banks could use your help. Griffen Stuckless Kicker
Labrador West MHA Jordan Brown says social assistance ‘hasn’t done its job’ in reducing poverty in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Following an unusually large influx of abandoned cats recently, the NL West SPCA in Corner Brook appealed to the public for items such as bleach and cat litter. Despite a drop in donations earlier this […]
It’s the height of hunting season in Newfoundland – but it’s more than animals that are in danger.
The community of Spreadeagle was a community that was fully resettled by the year 1969. Now people are beginning to come back. Kicker’s Patrick Newhook goes to Spreadeagle to uncover why people are moving back. […]