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Serving 22,000 residents on the Burin Peninsula from Terrenceville south around the 'Boot' to Lamaline.
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The Southern Gazette 6h
Members of Lawn's Tarrant family have been impacted by retinitis pigmentosa (RP), a group of hereditary disorders impacting the retina.
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The Southern Gazette 10h
In 1986, the population of the Burin Peninsula was 29,360. Thirty years later, it was 19,800. This year, just 131 children entered kindergarten in the region. What does the future hold?
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The Southern Gazette Nov 14
Since peaking in the 1980s at around 30,000, the population of the Burin Peninsula has been in decline. What does the future hold?
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The Southern Gazette Nov 14
Most days you'll find Phyllis Lockyer behind the counter of her store in Lord's Cove.
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The Southern Gazette Nov 13
In a news release Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 13, the RCMP indicated no evidence has been discovered that would cause concern for public safety.
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The Southern Gazette Nov 12
Bridie Jenkinson said one of the best things about writing the book were the memories it brought back for her.
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The Southern Gazette Nov 10
Fortune native Max Bennett served in World War Two. At the time, his father supported his decision to enlist, he said, but his mother was not happy because he was named after her brother who was killed in the First World War.
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The Southern Gazette Nov 8
Down Memory Lane columnist Allan Stoodley's uncle, Private Lyman G. Stoodley, was among those who died during World War One.
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The Southern Gazette Nov 8
Walking and hiking trails have become an important attraction for people visiting Newfoundland and Labrador in recent years.
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The Southern Gazette Nov 8
Interested in finding out more about available arts and heritage funding grants? The tour will be in Marystown on Nov. 19.
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The Southern Gazette Nov 7
Lord's Cove native Leo Papail put in a pretty impressive effort at the recent New York City Marathon.
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The Southern Gazette Nov 6
How important are good roads to you?
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The Southern Gazette Nov 6
Certified financial planner and St. Lawrence native Paul Lambe recently discussed the importance of having an estate plan with The Southern Gazette.
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The Southern Gazette Nov 6
Staff at the Marystown YMCA took part in autism awareness training on Monday, Oct. 29.
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The Southern Gazette Nov 2
Blaine Lambe of Lawn was well known in the province for fronting the traditional Newfoundland/Irish band Kilkenny Krew. He died Oct. 4 at age 49.
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The Southern Gazette Nov 2
RCMP are continuing to investigate following the discover of an unconscious man outside the Canada Post location in Marystown.
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The Southern Gazette Oct 30
Scarlett Jervis, a little girl with Burin Peninsula roots, gets 'perfect' birthday surprise.
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The Southern Gazette Oct 30
New physician on the way for St. Lawrence.
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The Southern Gazette Oct 30
The Burin Peninsula RCMP is asking anyone with information about the break-ins or the whereabouts of Anthony Farrell Jr. to contact them.
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The Southern Gazette Oct 30
Crystal Harris is the daughter of Gord and Vera Harris and a 1991 graduate of John Burke High School.
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