Geoff Bartlett is an educator and journalist in Corner Brook.
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Home cinema rooms increasingly popular with empty nester baby boomers
With video streaming services like Netflix becoming more popular, more folks in their retirement years are opting for a theatre-like experience at home.
Point of View
Here I am by Corner Brook's brand-new hospital. Oh, wait
The new hospital in Corner Brook was supposed to have been built by 2016. The city still has a vacant lot.
Give us back our water bomber, says Wabush mayor
The mayor of Wabush wants a water bomber to be placed back at the airport in his town, after it was removed during construction in 2015.
Gander to regulate use of shipping containers for sheds, businesses
The Town of Gander is trying to figure out what to do about concerns over the use of shipping containers on people's properties.
Smartphone app designed by N.L. doctor, nurse is slashing emergency wait times
A doctor and nurse who work at the hospital emergency department in Carbonear have developed a smartphone app that is already improving wait times.
Plenty of racism from man on dating site spurs woman to warn others
A woman from Zimbabwe living in St. John's is warning others about a man she met through an online dating site.
Picture-perfect iceberg dazzles on Newfoundland's Bonavista Peninsula
Crowds are flocking to the beaches of Upper Amherst Cove on Newfoundland's Bonavista Peninsula this week to get a look at a majestic-looking iceberg about 100 metres from shore.
Snow in June hits St. John's golf courses — but it's not all bad
Loud explosion heard on northeast Avalon likely caused by blasting at Robin Hood Bay
There were widespread reports of an explosion sound in the St. John's area Saturday evening.
Newfoundland UFC fighter Gavin Tucker holding training workshops in St. John's
Gavin Tucker might be young and still learning the ways of MMA, but he's giving back by holding two training events in his home province.
Doctor sick notes necessary to curb absenteeism, says employers' council
A group representing employers says they need the notes, despite calls to stop requiring doctors notes for sick days.
'Heartbreaking': Vandals destroy colourful furniture belonging to Harbour Grace B&B
The co-owner of a Harbour Grace bed and breakfast is heartbroken after finding outdoor furniture thrown down over a embankment and badly damaged.
Told he'd never walk again after ski accident, N.L. teen to stand on TEDx stage
Malcolm Hollett suffered a spinal injury after taking a bad jump while skiing three years ago, and now he will share his story at TEDx St. John's.
N.L. team wins national competition with IceGrid, to replace diesel plants in northern Canada
A group from Newfoundland and Labrador has won a national contest meant to find new infrastructure ideas for Canadian communities.
Former soldier hopes veterans walk will lead to talk
Former soldier who dealt with his own demons after Afghanistan is organizing an event to raise money and increase communication.