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Oct 20 , 2014
Man Convicted of Child Abuse to be Sentenced in December
The man was convicted of several charges over the summer and had a sentencing hearing today in Harbour Grace.
Accused Stabber Acquitted of Charges
Ushan Rankothgedera was accused of stabbing Greg Parsons in a scuffle in downtown St. John's last winter.
Girl Struck by Alleged Impaired Driver Takes Stand
49-year-old Fred Lawlor is charged with operating a vehicle while impaired, failure to stop at the scene of an accident, and refusing the breathalyzer.
Murder Trial Resumes
Today, the jury heard from Sergeant Stephanie Lagace who interviewed several of the key players involved in Nick Winsor's murder case.
Troubled Youth Appears in Court
The boy has been accused of stealing a side-by-side from Bowring Park and a mini-excavator from Lester's Farm. In both instances, the boy spat at the arresting officers.
Ballet School Provides Dance Workshop to People with Parkinson's
Instructors from Toronto's National Ballet School held a class for people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.
Graduation for New Mounted Unit Officers, Retirement for Police Horse
In addition to celebrating the new graduates , today the RNC said farewell to an old friend - police horse Vince, an 18-year-old Percheron who has served since 2003.
Some Weekend Inmates Not Serving Time
Sources say this past weekend alone, 12 of the 22 people who were supposed to serve time over the weekend were instructed not to show up.
Woman Missing from St. John's
37-year-old Nicole Savoury was last seen on October 16th in Pleasantville.
Efforts Underway to Help Stranded Crewmembers in Argentia
The three Russian and eight Ukrainian crewmembers on board the German owned cargo ship the Jana have been stranded in Argentia for months.
Eastern Health to Begin Seasonal Flu Clinics
This year's vaccine will protect people from the most common strains of flu, including H1N1.
Startling Statistics from Elder Abuse Conference
By 2026, NL will have the highest number of seniors in the country.
Province Narrowly Dodges Gonzalo
Gonzalo passed through Newfoundland waters as a category one hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 130 kmh.
Mount Pearl Workers Back To Work Today
The workers represented by CUPE voted to accept an offer by the city late last night. The 150 workers were locked out nearly three weeks ago.
Record-Breaking Temps On Weekend
It was a very warm weekend in Newfoundland and Labrador with records set all over the place.
Remembrance, Resolve Marks Grim Anniversary
One year ago, Hibbs and her fiancÚ, Vince Dillon, were gunned down at Villa Nova Plaza by Hibbs' ex-boyfriend Brian Dawe.
Weather Makes Cape to Cabot Even Tougher
The 20 kilometre race between Cape Spear and Cabot Tower went ahead yesterday in torrential rains and strong winds. Runners dodged washouts, and pools of water to make it to the finish line.
Witness to Robbery Points RNC to Suspect
Police say the 46-year-old suspect had fled the scene by the time officers arrived, but was found a short time later.
Woman Hospitalized after Fall from Cliff
Rescued from Middle Cove Beach yesterday.
Province's Top Musicians Turn Out in Tribute to O'Brien's
Gord O'Brien was forced to close O'Brien's Music Store on Water Street two weeks ago and now the top names to come out of this province will share one stage in his name.
Suspicious Fire Destroys Two Vehicles in Goose Bay
Firefighters were able to extinguish the blaze at Hillcrest Automotive late Friday night before further damage was caused.
Canadian Public Health Association Joins Call for Inquiry
It also urges the federal government to heed a call from the World Health Organization to come up with a plan for violence prevention that addresses its root causes.
Over 100 NL Volunteers Rebuilding New Orleans
Since 2007 more than 100 volunteers from Newfoundland and Labrador have contributed over $250,000 in labour helping residents of New Orleans rebuild their neighbourhoods.
IceCaps Regrouping after Weekend Losses
Playing at Mile One Tuesday and Wednesday.
Provincial Sports Page
Soccer, hockey, rugby
Sunday's Scores/Monday's Schedule
Super Bowl champs upset, go to 3-3.
Oct 19 , 2014
Woman Rescued after Fall from Cliff
Woman reported missing has been airlifted out of Middle Cove.
New Contract for Mount Pearl City Workers
The deal includes an over 15 per cent wage increase over four years.
Three Taken to Hospital after Collision in St. John's
The two vehicle crash happened at the intersection of Torbay Road and Stavanger Drive about 6:30 last night.
Vehicle Hit and Run in Paradise
The owner of the parked car located the suspect vehicle and called police.
Workers Start Postcard Campaign to Protest Cuts
Local union president Mike McDonald says the postcards will be sent to Ottawa.
MHA Wants Government to Hire More Gas Inspectors
George Murphy is looking for answers about why there are only two staff members tasked with calibration and inspection of all gas pumps in Newfoundland and Labrador.
MP Taking Affordable Daycare Door to Door
The NDP has promised to introduce a daycare program whereby the service would cost no more than $15 a day per child.
Violence Against Women Focus of Memorial Walk
Violence against women was the focus this weekend as about 200 people took part in a walk at Bowring Park in memory of Juliane Hibbs and Vince Dillon.
Avalon Breaks 66-Year-Old Record for Temperature
It almost reached 18 degrees at the St. John's International airport yesterday.
RNC Recruiting for Police Cadet Program
The final two information sessions for this recruitment year will take place tomorrow at MUN's Bruneau Centre.
'Fall' in Love Cat Adoption Promotion
The promotion features a limited time adoption fee of $20, which will include vaccines, deworming, flea treatment, and six weeks of complimentary pet insurance. The adoption event will take place from noon to 7pm at The City of St.John's Animal Care and Adoption Centre, 81 Higgens Line. [ WEB To see the full list of cats available for adoption, visit ]
Info Session on Beaumont Hamel Freedom 100 Tour
A tour of Beaumont Hamel, the memorial site in France dedicated to fallen Newfoundland soldiers, will take place next summer.
MUN Soccer Teams Win
Sea-Hawks women's team sweeps Mount Allison.
IceCaps Drop Another to Penguins
Homestand continues Tuesday and Wednesday.
Provincial Sports Page
Hockey, Sea-Hawks
Saturday's Scores/Sunday's Schedule
Ottawa, Montreal continue winning ways.
Oct 18 , 2014
Minister says Emergency Response Enhanced since Igor
Judy Manning is urging residents to prepare themselves for any potential turmoil coming along with Hurricane Gonzalo.
Campaigning in Metro against Postal Cuts
Door to door delivery being phased out.
Suspicious Fire in Goose Bay
Broke out just before 11:00 yesterday morning.
One Year after Double Murder
Walk held in Bowring Park to remember victims.
Record-Breaking Temperatures Today
Previous Record at SJ International had stood for 66 years.
Preparing for Ebola
Health Minister says planning and training activities are underway.
Another 'Near Miss' in the Offshore
Husky Energy investigating incident on GFS Grand Banks.
More Charges for Drunken Convicts
The men showed up drunk at HMP for their intermittent sentences.

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