Kyle Mooney is a journalist and musician living in St. John's.
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Vessel crew to gather ghost gear from Nunatsiavut's marine zones
As part of its Ghost Gear Fund, Fisheries and Oceans Canada will finance a month-long expedition to retrieve discarded equipment from the coastal waters between Groswater Bay and Hopedale, Labrador.
'The road's got to be done': Larry pushes storm-ravaged town to the brink
Hurricane Larry wasn't the first time Route 92 in North Harbour was ruined by vicious weather. But once proper protections are finally put in place, residents hope it will be the last.
Much of Newfoundland could see up to 80 mm of rain by Friday
All regions of the island west of Gander will see significant rainfall through Friday and Saturday as the remnants of Hurricane Ida push north, with highest amounts expected in Deer Lake and Green Bay areas.
Louisiana woman living in N.L. braces as Hurricane Ida bears down on hometown
After watching Hurricanes Katrina and Rita devastate her hometown of Chauvin, La., Courtney Pellegrin-Howell fears the same could happen again with Ida.
New program helps young immigrants sew the seeds of their own success
Lloydetta Quaicoe, founder of Sharing our Cultures, launched the Impactful Gifts program in hopes of helping immigrant students ready themselves for the workforce.
Will competing elections help or hurt democracy? Here are 2 different views
How will voters in N.L. handle having to go to the polls three times in the span of seven months? Two veteran political observers have very different thoughts on whether overlapping elections will help or hurt.
Walk-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic pops up at St. John's pedestrian mall
Eastern Health ran a walk-in vaccine clinic Saturday on Water Street in downtown St. John's in hopes of vaccinating as many people as possible — particularly young people.
Bell Island's unincorporated communities sidelined in garbage saga
Residents of Lance Cove sensed something was up when their garbage was left on the curb on July 1. They later learned their service had been automatically cancelled when the Town of Wabana terminated its own contract.
A Newfoundland tennis pro on coping with the pressures of elite sports
During her 30 years in the world of pro tennis, Melissa Pine saw first-hand the pressures elite athletes are under. So she decided to do something about it.
Chapel's Cove beach is finally reopened, but resident says town is ill-prepared for next storm
The picturesque site popular for fishing and bonfires was closed in January 2020 after a post-Snowmageddon storm surge.