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Apr 28 , 2015
RNC Charge Man for Stealing Birthday Cards from Six Year Old Child
The mother of that six-year-old boy who had his birthday cards stolen over the weekend says she wants to move past what happened.
Car Crashes into Kenmount Ultramar
A vehicle apparently crashed into the front of the building, taking out brick and free-standing structures.
Finance Minister Announces Public Service Reduction Plan
Ross Wiseman says, through attrition, government will save $300-million over five years, eliminating 284 jobs annually.
Man Accused of Beating Woman Released on Bail
25-year-old Matthew Paul David King is accused of aggravated assault and breaches after the incident Friday night.
Liberal Leader says Province Must Grow Workforce
The Liberals are beginning to spell out some details of their plans to "do it better" than the PC Government of the past dozen years.
Woman Charged with First-Degree Murder Out on Bail
Wanda Ash and co-accused Pamela Pike, both in their 30s, were charged with one count each of first degree murder in 2013.
Stone Jug Owner Facing Issues with Regulations
The problem, he says, is that according to Service NL, if he invests more than 50 per cent of the building's original value into renovation, it's deemed to be a new structure and must meet 2015 code.
Bail Denied for Bear Spray Robber
Brandon Woolridge is accused of robbery, possession of bear spray, assault with a weapon, masking his face and breach of probation. Woolridge has only recently been released from jail.
Two Accessible Taxi Vans Now Available in St. John's
Newfound Cabs now has two accessible taxi vans thanks to a grant from the province and training and support from GoBus and COD-NL.
Woman Held Following Pair of Stabbings in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Two people have been stabbed in separate areas of Happy Valley-Goose Bay - and one woman is in custody for both of them.
Cat Catchers Heading Out in Force in St. John's
In a public advisory, the city says over the next couple of months live humane cat traps will be set in an effort to catch 'problem or roaming cats'.
Man Who Sent Sobey's Security Guard to Hospital in Court Today
Derek Oliver is alleged to have roughed up the guard, who was treated for his injuries and released.
Water Woes for Town of Badger
The Town began commissioning a new water tank last week, however a power outage over the weekend knocked out the system at the pumphouse, stalling work.
St. John's Headed for Foggier Than Average April
There will be a slight break in the fog on the east coast, but don't get too excited - the island is set to be fogged in for much of the week.
After 7.8 Earthquake, Nepali MUN Student Worried for Home
Sovit Chalise,originally from Nepal but living in St. John's, spent the weekend trying to reach family and friends back home.
Province Pushing for 5-Wing Goose Bay Enhancements
Government says it remains confident there is a promising future for military activity so long as the federal government pursues enhancements to the base.
Teachers' Union Votes in Favour of Pension Reduction
President Jim Dinn says teachers have agreed to pay increased premiums and reduce future pension benefits in order to ensure the sustainability of the pension plan.
Mile One in Need of Millions in Upgrades
If council finances the entire project, the subsidy to Mile One would likely increase to over $1 million a year. Council increased the subsidy to $800,000 from $300,000 in this year's budget.
Mundy Pond 5k Race Goes Ahead Despite the Rain
Jordan Fewer and Janelle Simmons were wet but otherwise none the worse for wear as they first crossed the finish line at the Mundy Pond 5k Road Race.
Police Looking for Pair Involved in Nine Robberies
The RNC says the two male suspects have managed to rob the same business multiple times, without getting caught.
Corner Brook Woman Dies in Nova Scotia Jail
Veronica Park was serving a sentence in connection with the mugging of an 82-year-old woman.
Softball NL Awards, Election
Rebecca Maher and Nick Pittman the players of the year.
Sunday's Scores/Monday's Schedule
Habs, Wild advance to the next round; Raptors out.
Apr 26 , 2015
One Man Dead Following Single Vehicle Collision in Dildo
The accident happened around 11:45 p.m. last night.
Publication Ban on Identity of Man Charged with Aggravated Assault in Goulds
The 24-year-old man appeared in court yesterday.
Assault with a Weapon in St. John's, Man Arrested
RNC were called to a house in the centre city just after 4:30 and took a man to the Lockup.
RNC Arrest Man Following Downtown St. John's Assault
The 48-year-old is scheduled to appear in court at a later date.
Man Charged in Supermarket Assault
Derek Oliver is alleged to have roughed up the security guard, who was treated for his injuries and released.
Ninth Annual Sci-Fi on the Rock Concludes Today
It's the last day for what has become the biggest genre convention in the region: Sci Fi on the Rock.
Man Charged with Impaired Driving and Evading Police Remains in Custody
The justice system has not yet decided what to do with a man whose vehicle ran into a snowbank on the southwest coast Friday night after he tried to get away from the RCMP.
Over $3,000 Raised for Youth Oncology Camp
Camp Delight is an oncology camp for young people in the province affected by cancer, and is a project of Candlelighters NL.
Corner Brook RNC Charge Man for March Assault
The 29-year-old was picked up this weekend and charged for an assault which happened on March 28th.
Members of Newfoundland Regiment Recognize Gallipoli Campaign
Members of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment were in Turkey yesterday to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of a devastating First World War campaign.
Major Upgrades Coming to Labrador Social Housing Community
A $1.2-million upgrade is coming to an area for social housing in Labrador City.
Gower Street United Church Holding Commemorative Service
There will be a special service at Gower Street United Church this afternoon commemorating 200 years in the life and work of the Methodist Church and its successor, the United Church of Canada, on the northeast Avalon.
Nature Conservancy Working to Protect More Land near Salmonier River
The Nature Conservancy of Canada is expanding its work on the Avalon Peninsula.
Town Wants to be Proactive to Help Youth Addiction and Mental Health
The deputy mayor of Grand Falls-Windsor says the issue of drugs and mental health concerns is very real in the community.
Federation of School Councils Wants School Board Election
They say three years is too long to wait for an election.
Advanced Education and Skills Releases Report on Job Vacancies
The Job Vacancy Report provides a detailed analysis of the more than 38,000 job advertisements posted over the last year.
RCMP Investigate Stolen Guns
Anyone with information on the missing guns or suspicious vehicle is asked to contact Crime Stoppers.
CFS-NL Encouraging Members to Vote in Upcoming Elections
The Canadian Federation of Students will be doing all it can over the next six months to convince their peers to exert their influence at the ballot box.
Saturday's Scores/Sunday's Schedule
Canucks, Predators hit the golf course.
Apr 25 , 2015
Security Officer Assaulted in Supermarket Incident
One man is facing charges of assault and theft.
Allandale Accident Sends One to Hospital
The person's injuries are not believed to be serious.
Impaired Man Drives into Snowbank While Evading Police
The man accelerated to avoid police, who later found his vehicle in the snowbank.
Early Morning Brawl in St. John's
One person was injured.
House Extensively Damaged by Fire
Crews were called to a home on Thorburn Road that was engulfed in flames.
Toddler Found Wandering on Corner Brook Street
The child was returned to its parents.
Serious Assault in the Goulds
A woman was taken to hospital with serious injuries. One man is in custody.
Earthquake in Nepal Kills 1,100 People
A powerful magnitude-7.9 earthquake was followed an hour later by a magnitude-6.6 aftershock.

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