Author: Robert Shawn

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The 2020 school year was cut short due to the threat COVID-19. However with the number of active cases low and the Provincial Government gradually lifting restrictions relating to the pandemic, the English School District is already planning ahead so the next school year doesn’t suffer the same fate. In speaking with NTV  News, Tony […]

A theme park in San Diego has turned to stuffed animals to ride their roller coasters since the COVID-19 pandemic has prevented actual people from being able to ride them. Belmont Park says The Giant Dipper roller coaster has to run each day in order to keep the machine in proper working order. Maintenance crew […]

While restaurants are now able to open their doors once again, it’s not exactly “back to business.” With the threat of COVID-19 still very much present, restaurants and other food establishments are required to lower their seating capacity as to better promote physical distancing. Exile at JAG is dealing with this “new normal” by attempting […]

With Bugs Bunny and his crew settling in to their new home on HBO MAX, Warner Bros. has vowed to no longer allow characters to use guns in future episodes. According to producers, notable gun-toters like Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam will instead rely on other forms of cartoony violence, such as dynamite, booby traps, anvils, and […]

Health officials in New Zealand are claiming victory over COVID-19 as the last known infected person has recovered. The island nation of 5 million people is the among the first in the world to completely remove restrictions imposed during the onset of the global pandemic. The country has not reported a new case in 17 […]

A company in Alberta has set a new Guinness World Record with their 40 foot long fishing lure. The Thompson-Pallister Bait Co. Ltd., got the word last weekend that their lure sculpture is now the record holder for the world’s largest fishing lure. The lure, installed in 2019, measures a total 40 feet, 5.25 inches long. “This […]

The Walt Disney Company has announced they plan on donating $5 million to support organizations who aim to advance social justice. “The killing of George Floyd has forced our nation to once again confront the long history of injustice that black people in America have suffered, and it is critical that we stand together, speak out and […]

With the current COVID-19 pandemic cancelling many regular summer events in the province, there has been much concern over how it will affect the recreational food fishery. Federal Minister Seamus O’Regan put those concerns to rest earlier today as he announced the cod fishery will open on July 4th. The summer season will take place […]

The City of St. John’s has developed two proposals for the creation of a pedestrian mall Downtown for portions of the summer. With many businesses in the city hurting due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the city is aiming to give a boost to those businesses in the Downtown sector by promoting pedestrian traffic and creating […]

The residents of Sesame Street are coming together for a special airing on CNN that will aim to educate children and assist parents on the topic of racism. The hour long “Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism. A CNN/Sesame Street Town Hall for Kids and Families” will air on Saturday, June 6, at 10:00 a.m. […]



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