Some may be offended by swearing, but those who choose to swear might actually have good qualities. Timothy Jay is a professor of psychology at Massachusetts University, and says that new research in the past two decades on the brain and emotion, along with better technology, has unveiled the benefits of swearing. He believes that […]

It seems America is good for some things according to outsiders. A survey of 2,000 Brits finds the top ten things they say have come out of the U.S. are: 1) Netflix, 2) Disney, 3) Coca Cola, 4) McDonald’s, 5) Apple, 6) KFC, 7) Barack Obama, 8) Hollywood movies, 9) Elvis Presley, and 10) NASA. Other things […]

Today (Wednesday, January 27), Newfoundland and Labrador has two new confirmed cases of COVID-19.   The first new confirmed case is a male in the Eastern Health region between 20-39 years of age.   The case is related to international travel. The individual is self-isolating and contact tracing is finished.   The second new confirmed […]

Twitter unveiled a pilot program Monday (January 25th) in which a pre-selected group of volunteer users — 1,000 initially — will do crowd-sourced fact-checking to try to fight misinformation on the platform. Under the program, called Birdwatch, those users will flag and notate misleading and false tweets. Twitter said it wants both experts and non-experts […]

As the pandemic continues, Anheuser-Busch has announced it will not be advertising Budweiser during the Super Bowl for the first time since 1983, and is instead donating the money it would’ve spent on the ad to coronavirus vaccination awareness efforts. The brand still has four minutes of advertising during the game for its other brands, […]

It turns out we’re influenced by our friends and family when it comes to following social distancing recommendations during the pandemic. British researchers looked at data from thousands of people from hundreds of countries and found that those who thought their close social circle adhered to distancing guidelines were more likely to do the same. […]

  In October 2018, Taka, a Shiba Inu, was burned so badly in a house fire that most thought he wouldn’t make it. The 9-year-old dog was severely injured in the house fire. The family had time to get their kids out, but there was no time to go back in for Taka. Luckily, Taka was […]

Today (Friday, January 22), Newfoundland and Labrador has one new confirmed case of COVID-19.   The one new confirmed case is a male in the Eastern Health region between 20-39 years of age. The case is related to international travel.   The individual is self-isolating and contact tracing is finished.   The province has seven […]

Today (Thursday, January 21), Newfoundland and Labrador has one new confirmed case of COVID-19.   The one new confirmed case is a male in the Central Health region between 60-69 years of age. The individual is self-isolating. Contact tracing is underway.   This case is connected to the MV Blue Puttees situation. Public Health is […]

Due to current and forecasted weather conditions, Metrobus service is terminating today at 5:00 PM. Bell Island Ferry Legionnaire is tied up due to high wind & storm conditions for the rest of the night. City of St. John’s – Due to forecasted weather conditions, waste collection for Area 5A and 5B including recycling for […]


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