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Nov 30 , 2015
It's Going to be a Cold Day to Vote
Election forecasts are out and the temperatures are sub-zero. All three leaders were bundled up on the campaign trail over the weekend.
RNC Looking for Man Accused in Two Armed Robberies
26-year-old Christopher Payne is accused of robbing the Circle K Irving on Frecker Drive in St. John's just before 7:00 Thursday morning.
20 Armed Robberies in Metro Area this Month
The RNC has seen a spike this month where such incidents are averaging almost one a day, which is unusual.
Car Runs into Ditch in Torbay
An elderly woman was slightly injured after losing control of her vehicle.
Dog Tied Near 'For Sale' Sign in Carbonear For Hours
Fogo, a medium-sized animal, was outside near the museum on Water Street for several hours according to reports.
Corner Brook Releases Responses from Liberals and PCs on Regional Issues
The city says the NDP was unable to provide an official response, but committed to meeting with council after the election to discuss the issues raised.
Rally and March for Action on Climate Change in St. John's
The demonstration was timed to precede the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is speaking for Canada.
United Way Stocking Campaign Gathers Necessities for those in Need
This year's campaign has seen over 2,200 requests for stockings from communities all across the province.
Flu Shots Protect Those Most Vulnerable: Immunize Canada
The group says while for many, the flu causes just a few days of fever, aches and pains, for others, it can be life-threatening.
Future of Harbour Grace Landmark Uncertain
There are some real concerns that an important part of the town of Harbour Grace's historic character could be lost for good.
Number of School-age Children Down, Spending Up: Fraser Institute
Despite this, the province still ranks in the lower echelons across the country when it comes to key skills, and Canada, as a whole, is not faring well on a global scale.
Applications Invited for Dancer-in-Residence Program
The Dancer-in-Residence is open to dance scholars and emerging and established dancers in any genre whose work demonstrates a high level of artistic achievement.
IceCaps Win Big, No OT
Play again this afternoon.
Provincial Sports Page
Lots of hockey action
Saturday's Scores/Sunday's Schedule
Devils turn the tables on Habs ; Purcell an assist for Oilers; Bernier awful again.
Nov 28 , 2015
Woman Accused of Robbery with Syringe
A 20-year-old woman and 24-year-old man are each facing charges in connection with four recent armed robberies.
Election Campaign Winding Down Today
All three leaders in the St.John's area
RNC on the Hunt for Accused Armed Robber
RNC believe he committed two armed robberies within 20 minutes of each other.
Two 40-pound Drug Seizures Unrelated
Two major drug seizures took place in the capital city area Thursday evening. They are not believed to be connected.
NL Rink Wins National Curling Tourney
Andrew Symonds, Mark Healy, Cory Ewart, Keith Jewer of St.John's beat Manitoba 6-4.
Fire Leaves St.John's Family Homeless
Fire broke out around suppertime in Cowan Heights.
Gander Resident Calls for 24 Hour Police Protection
Brian Shaw says the number of officers in the town has dropped considerably over the last 20 years.
Man Injured after being Struck in Kilbride
The accident tied up traffic in the area late yesterday afternoon.
Tone Shifts as Campaign Winds Down
Both the PCs and NDP are now running ads focused on the Liberals.
Fogo Ferry Still Tied Up in St. John's
Residents of Fogo/Change Islands questioning when new ferry will go in service.
Four Accused in Alleged Home Invasion Appear in Court
The incident happened last weekend in Baie Verte
Provincial Leaders Spar on VOCM Open Line
For the second time this week, political leaders were invited to join the discussion live on-the-air at VOCM, leading up to Monday's provincial election. This time all three took part.
Rash of Accidents in Corner Brook
Police in the west coast city were kept busy. There were no serious injuries.
No Discussion to Buy NL Hydro Assets: Ball
Liberal Leader Dwight Ball says he's had no discussions with Newfoundland Power about buying some of the assets of Newfoundland Hydro.
Students to Hold Mock Election
Elementary and high school students across the province will conduct their own mock vote on Monday as they learn more about the electoral process.
FFAW Releases Election Report Card
President Keith Sullivan says they received positive responses from all three parties regarding issues of concern.
City of St. John's Accepting Nominations for 2016 Heritage Awards
The City of St. John's is now accepting nominations for its 2016 Heritage Awards for outstanding work on heritage buildings and buildings in heritage areas.
CBS Tree Lighting Ceremony This Afternoon
The ceremony takes place at 4 p.m. at the CBS Recreation Complex.
Fifth Straight OT Game for IceCaps
St. John' comes up short in Rochester.
Provincial Sports Page
Lots of hockey action
Friday's Scores/Saturday's Schedule
Habs beat New Jersey in shootout.
Nov 27 , 2015
Vickie Kaminski Resigns from Alberta Health Services
Former Eastern Health CEO resigns from Alberta Health Services.
Four Arrested on Cocaine, Marijuana Trafficking Charges
Police say two men and one woman, all in their early twenties, were arrested at a local business in St. John's yesterday afternoon. Over forty pounds of marijuana was seized and the three appeared in court today on charges of trafficking and possession for the purpose of trafficking.
VIDEO: Wabush Mayor to Fight Dismantling of Mine, Ball Encourages People to Get Involved
Colin Vardy is trying to organize a rally for tomorrow to prevent Cliffs from removing buildings from mine site.
Five People Facing Charges in Baie Verte Armed Home Invasion
The incident is not believed to be a random act, but a targeted robbery.
Children's Wish Foundation Warns of Door-to-Door Scam
The Children's Wish Foundation is warning the public after receiving reports of people canvassing door-to-door in the Bonavista and Glovertown areas over the last two weeks.
Oil May Rebound, But Not Quickly, says New Forecast
Vice President of Economic Analysis with CD Howe, Craig Alexander says while demand will rise, the pace will be less than expected.
Ball Insists, No Job Cuts from Liberal Government
He accused PC leader Paul Davis of employing "scare tactics" in the final days of the campaign.
Power Restored After Unit Trip Affects Island
Power has been restored to most areas after a unit trip at Holyrood has caused island-wide outages across the island.
Woman Arrested After Providing False Documents to Obtain Prescription Pills
A 32-year-old woman from Springdale has been arrested after police say she attempted to obtain prescription pills from the local hospital.
Pack the Back Initiative Kicked Off Today
The Paramedicine and Medical Transport staff of Central Health today are out in Grand Falls-Windsor and Springdale for the annual Pack the Back initiative.
VOCM Happy Tree and Kettle Drive Launched in Springdale
Springdale officially kick-started the Christmas season last evening with the launch of the Salvation Army VOCM Happy Tree and Kettle Drive.
ACAN Employees Shocked at Company Closure
The former worker - who asked not to be named - says workers were only given a formal indication that work at ACAN would cease a week before the doors closed.
Abengoa Bankruptcy Would Not Affect Project, Emera
Back in March, Abengoa was awarded a $200-million contract to build 400 kms of transmission lines on the west coast of Newfoundland and in Nova Scotia. On Wednesday, Abengoa's parent company in Spain filed for creditor protection.
Green Bay Doctor Apologizes for Indiscretions with Co-Worker, Patient
A doctor in central Newfoundland who crossed the line with female patients has apologized to his victims and to the people of Green Bay.

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