Jeremy Meade and Fouad Matar created Zipp Cart last spring. A safe way for St. John’s residents to get groceries during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many seniors living in rural Newfoundland are going to local stores to get their groceries because the latest lockdown is hampering their access to larger food retailers in the metro St. John’s region.
Panashe Chichaya started a clothing brand last year after his interest in art drove him to buy an embroidery machine during the Covid-19 pandemic. Marykate O’Neill Kicker
Politicians say young voters will have a big impact on this election.
The St. John’s Junior Hockey League is ready for a new season after the global pandemic shut the league down abruptly last March, but will the Covid-19 regulations change the game?
“What we experience is that, when something like this happens, people’s desire for reliable information is growing.”
The St. John’s Rec Room has modernized the arcade. Griffen StucklessKicker
After 140 years in the business, the St. John’s daily newspaper is doing something entirely new.
With social media on the rise, Newfoundland is gaining some more on-line characters.
It’s been seven months since Beth Penney graduated from CNA’s journalism program. Now she’s one of NTV’s newest and most enthusiastic reporters.