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Jan 31 , 2015
Cab Driver Assaulted
RNC investigating after incident last night.
Woman Appears Drunk at Lockup
31 year old charged after showing up for intermittent sentence under the influence.
Police Search for Missing Teen
14 year old Samet Berisa was last seen yesterday morning in the area of MacDonald Drive Junior High.
Eldery Man's Remains Recovered
The 79-year old disappeared after he apparently drove his snowmobile into open water on Deer Lake.
Manning Meets with Association Over Concerns
The Crown Attorneys' Association discussed recruitment and retention concerns with the Justice Minister.
No Deal Yet in Worker Lockout in HV-GB
The latest development involves the town tabling a proposal which would have seen a defined benefit pension plan for all current and future employees.
Town Hall Forum to 'Turn Up The Heat'
MHA Gerry Rogers says the forum is intended to encourage activism to create positive change.
Public Fracking Forum set for Corner Brook
A public forum is being held in Corner Brook this weekend to discuss fracking in the province, and regional concerns about oil development in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Federal Government Failing Veterans: Cleary
MP says veterans and their families in western Newfoundland are feeling the effects of losing their local Veterans' Affairs office.
Corner Brook Motorists Owe $132K After Credit Card Error
A technical issue at Corner Brook's North Atlantic Orangestore has resulted in some significant gas bills for a number of customers.
Solid Performance by IceCaps
Play in Albany again tonight.
Provincial Sports Page
Senior hockey rivals square off.
Friday's Scores, Saturday's Schedule
Icecaps down Albany in AHL action.
Jan 30 , 2015
Body of Snowmobiler Recovered from Deer Lake
The man left St. Jude's around 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday on snowmobile and was reported missing.
Woman Recounts Frightening Encounter with Rabid Wolf
The now-deceased wolf was diagnosed with rabies in Labrador West - the first reported case in the area, since 2012.
Crown Attorneys Meet with Minister Manning on Retention Issues
The Association suggested establishing subsidies for housing or providing signing bonuses similar to those provided to doctors in rural communities to attract suitable candidates quickly.
Arrest Made in Brewery Break and Enter
RNC responded to a triggered alarm at around 11:15 last night.
Man Accused of Murder Appears in Court for Less Serious Charge
23-year-old Raymond Stacey was set to plead guilty and be sentenced for shoplifting from Frontline Paintball today.
Accused Robber Committed to Stand Trial
31-year-old Kevin Roberts was also the subject of a police chase two days after the robbery.
CUPE Rejects Offer from Happy Valley-Goose Bay
The town says that was then taken off the table and a new wage offer put forward which was also rejected.
Shave For the Brave is Ten Years Old
For the anniversary, VOCM Open Line host Paddy Daly will shave his head.
Newly Proposed Party Wants Voters to Think
None of the Above party has previously run in BC and Ontario
Convicted Fraudster Facing More Charges
James Dwyer was sentenced to 20 months in jail late last year and is facing more charges at provincial court.
Bail Denied for Man Facing Drug Charges
Bradley Noray was arrested last week after police seized quantities of cocaine, crack cocaine, oxycontin, ritalin, morphine, drug paraphernalia and cash from his home.
Youth Treatment Centre Officially Named
Hope Valley Centre provides addictions treatment services for residents under 18
Overcrowding at Paradise School Issue for School Board and Town
The English School District is considering busing half of the students out to the old School for the Deaf next year to address the issue as a new school won't be ready as anticipated in 2016.
Blue Puttees Undergoing Repairs
Ferry is on the way to North Sydney to fix bearing issue
Three School Principals Recognized Nationally
Elizabeth Churchill, Della Healey and Wilson Warren from All Saints All Grade School in Grey River made The Learning Partnership's list of Canada's 40 Most Outstanding Principals.
Paradise Responds to Photo of Recyclables Dumped in Landfill
A picture shared online shows a Paradise-branded garbage truck dropping a load of blue bags into a muddied dump.
Eastern Health App is a Hit
Bridge the gAPP is a free mobile app to help youth deal with stress and anxiety
Sea-Hawks to Raise Championship Soccer Banner
Will raise it Saturday night in St. John's.
Thursday's Scores/Friday's Schedule
Leafs lose 8th straight.
Jan 29 , 2015
Stabbing Victim Remains in Hospital with Serious Injuries
The suspect, Eugene Foley, tried to evade police and over the time ended up crashing his vehicle.
SUV Collides with Tanker Carrying Jet Fuel
Three people have been taken to hospital with minor injuries.
$6.1M Raised Through Bell Let's Talk Day
There was a record of over 122-million tweets, texts, calls and shares on Bell Let's Talk Day.
New Charges for Man Sentenced to Five Years in Jail
Eric Squires was convicted of robbing the Marie's Mini Mart on Elizabeth Avenue in December.
New Mobile App Offers Mental Health Supports to Youth
Called "Bridge the gAPP," the free mobile application offers resources for dealing with a range of issues.
Mistaken Point Applies for UNESCO Heritage Status
Located on the southern Avalon Peninsula near Cape Race, Mistaken Point protects the oldest and largest edicaran fossils known anywhere in the world.
Charlie Oliver Launches Solutions-Oriented ThinkNL
A former PC leadership candidate says he's spent the last year coming up with a project to help the province spend less time criticizing policy, and more time coming up with plans to fix it.
Man Found Guilty of Animal Neglect Set to be Sentenced next Month
Ross Martin pleaded guilty to several counts of animal neglect after seven pitbulls were found in an abandoned Chamberlains.
Animal Rights Coalition Calling for Changes to Protection Act
Voice for the Voiceless wants stiffer, and mandatory penalties for those found in violation of the Animal Health and Protection Act.
Blue Puttees Unable to Sail due to Mechanical Issues
When preparing to depart last night, a bearing issue with an engine was discovered.
Abandoned Home Destroyed by Fire
There were no injuries following a fire at an abandoned house in Paradise last night.
Hydro Finds Transmission Line Damage
It appears to be isolated near Chance Cove.
Officer who Fired Shot at Field House Suspect Cleared
The RNC called in the Mounties to investigate Constable Dustin Spurrell's actions shortly after the incident last February.
Steelworkers Union Optimistic about Future of IOC
Spokesperson Heather Bruce-Veitch says employees have been offered a voluntary incentive retirement plan, which will help reduce labour costs quickly.
Felix the Fox Taken to Salmonier Nature Park
The fox won't be released into the wild any time soon.
Hydro Files Application for Rate Decrease
In an application filed with the PUB, Hydro says if approved, most customer classes will see a decrease of approximately 6.3 per cent in March.
Paradise Students May be Bused to St. John's
A proposal is under consideration to bus half of the students at Holy Family to the old School for the Deaf as early as next fall.
JAG Ranked #1 on Travel Site
Trip Advisor says it's number one in St. John's.



 
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