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Jul 6 , 2015
Excessive Heat Detected At Gov. Building
The transportation depot is on Harding Road
Man Crashes Stolen Vehicle on Bell Island
A 24-year-old Bell Island Man is facing a raft of charges.
Municipal Politicos in Central to Square off Provincially
Two members of the Grand Falls-Windsor Town Council want the Liberal nomination.
Narcotics Stolen in Metro
Police advising public to be cautious.
Man Charged with Uttering Threats and Damage to Property
It's after an incident at a centre city residence yesterday.
Charges Pending after Stray Bullet Enters Home on Roaches Line
Two men were out target shooting about three kilometres away when a bullet landed in the master bedroom upstairs of a house on Roaches Line at about 9:00 Saturday morning.
RNC Arrest Two Impaired Drivers in St. John's
A 36-year-old man was stopped at a traffic safety check early this morning on Old Placentia Road.
Driving Without Insurance Most Costly Traffic-Related Fine
It sometimes boggles the mind how people can end up with thousands and even tens of thousands of dollars in traffic-related fines.
Preliminary Work Begins for Water Street Excavation
Crews will be digging overnight from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. in an effort to get their work done with minimal traffic impact.
MHA Wants More Funding for Labrador Cultural Festivals
L'Anse au Clair MHA Lisa Dempster, who's also the critic for culture, is upset that no organization in Labrador received any money despite its significant potential for tourism.
Corner Brook Votes to Allocate Funds for New Fire Truck
The city called an emergency meeting Friday to deal with the issue, and voted to allocate $500,000 to buy a new pumper.
Rally Calls for Move Away from Fossil Fuels
Organizer Conor Curtis says a move to renewable energy could bolster the economy by creating jobs.
Eleven Lighthouses Granted Heritage Status
The NDP MP for St. John's South-Mount Pearl calls it great news for the province.
Associations Reminding Boaters to Wear Life Vests during National Fishing Week
Many who don't wear life jackets believe that they're good enough swimmers, but the associations say that it's not worth the risk.
Provincial Sports Page
Canada still has shot a softball gold
Saturday's Scores/Sunday's Schedule
Women's World Cup final tonight in Vancouver.
Jul 4 , 2015
Stray Bullet Penetrates CBN House, Lands on Bed
Two men out shooting at targets, bullet goes through wall of Roaches Line house.
Corner Brook to Buy New Fire Truck without Government
Council calls emergency meeting
Men Accused in Abduction Appear in Court
30-year-old Justin Jennings and 38-year-old Michael Stacey are scheduled to return to court July 7th.
Police Investigate Pair of Overnight Robberies
One took place on Thorburn Road, the other in Mount Pearl.
Liberals Call Nominations in Bonavista
Closing on Tuesday
Woman Sentenced for Part in Attempted Insurance Fraud
23-year-old Michelle Pike sentenced to nine months` house arrest.
Power Outage in Central Labrador Tomorrow
Emergency repairs needed in Churchill Falls.
Witnesses Sought to Car-Pedestrian Accident
The victim remains in hospital.
Crosbie Controversy Garnering National Attention
Tim Powers says rejecting Ches Crosbie as a candidate after he was acclaimed for nomination in Avalon riding was a big mistake.
MHA O'Brien Quits to Run Federally
Kevin O'Brien, who once participated in the ABC campaign to defeat Stephen Harper, is now running for the federal Conservatives.
Consultant's Report on Shoal Point Oil Leak Due Shortly
The province should have a better idea of the source of oil leaking on the southwest coast in about a month.
MP Questions Availability of Coast Guard Vessels
Ryan Cleary says nine CG ships are either in dry dock or heading there soon.
Search Continues for Man Missing for Days
62-year-old Peter Mercer wandered away from a personal care home in Holyrood on Tuesday and hasn't been seen since.
Bishop's Falls' New Skate Park Targeted by Vandals
Mayor asking resident to 'take ownership' of local skate park under construction.
Restaurant Kitchen Fire Forces Evacuation
The exact cause of a fire at Classic Café in St. John's remains under investigation.
Provincial Sports Page
Canada beats Aussies at World Softball Championship
Friday's Games, Saturday's Schedule
The Blue Jays take the field at Detroit today.
Jul 3 , 2015
Two Men Charged with Alleged Abduction and Assault in Paradise
30-year-old Justin Jennings, and 38-year-old Michael Stacey both appeared briefly at provincial court this afternoon.
Firefighters Make Short Work of Restaurant Fire
There were no injuries.
At 25 Degrees, Hottest Day in St. John's this Year
Today marks the warmest day in the capital city since August 4, 2014.
Senator Denies Role in Rejecting Crosbie's Nomination Bid
Senator David Wells tells VOCM News he was not privy to the reasons for the decision.
Kevin O'Brien Officially Resigns as MHA, Running Federally for Conservatives
O'Brien was confirmed yesterday afternoon as the candidate for the Federal Conservatives in the district of Coast of Bays-Central-Notre Dame.
Arrest Made in Corner Brook Armed Robbery
A 31-year-old man allegedly pulled a knife on the lone employee, and made off with cash.
NL Firefighters Assisting with Forest Fires in Saskatchewan
The fires have driven more than 5,000 people from their homes.
Pasquale Back with IceCaps
The original IceCap played three seasons in St. John's and holds many team records including most games played by a netminder.
Sandbox Gaming Supporting Easter Seals with 10th Video Game Marathon
Since noon today, participants are playing video games for charity.
Government Releases Muskrat Falls Oversight Report
The full report is available online and includes an assessment of project costs, schedule and risk management.
Trial Date Set for Leo Crockwell's Breach of Probation
The 59-year-old's lawyer, Nick Westera, appeared briefly on Crockwell's behalf at provincial court, this morning.
Duo Accused of Holding up St. John's Pub Appears in Court
Police say 27-year-old Marcus Bradbury and 32-year-old Cynthia Shute used a knife to rob the Guv'nor Pub on Elizabeth Avenue in April.
Nunatsiavut Government Unveils Anniversary Logo
The Nunatsiavut Government has unveiled a new logo marking the 10th anniversary of the establishment and implementation of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement.
Man Faces Assault Charge After 'Traffic Complaint'
Police responded to the complaint in Mount Pearl around 11:00 a.m. Thursday.
RCMP Musical Ride Touring in August
People will get a chance to see the RCMP Musical Ride in NL this summer for the first time since 2011.
Deputy Premier Defends Ad Campaign
Deputy Premier Steve Kent is defending the Healthline ads. He says any kind of promotion a government does in an election year will be criticized, but he maintains there's been no increase in marketing spending.
Diocese Wants New Life for Old Cathedral
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Grand Falls wants to repurpose the Immaculate Conception cathedral. Completed in 1899, held its final mass in December and was subsequently shut down.



 
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