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Jul 1 , 2015
Search Ends for Missing Corner Brook Woman
Few details are available at this time, but RNC confirm that the search is now over.
Teen Missing from CBS
14-year-old Keisha Stansbury was last seen in the area of Topsail Road around 4 p.m. yesterday.
Thousands Gather to Commemorate 99th Anniversary of Battle of Beaumont Hamel
On July 1st, 1916, 801 members of the Newfoundland Regiment climbed out of the trenches and advanced across the barren No Man's Land.
Ches Crosbie Told He Cannot Run for Conservative Nomination in Avalon
VOCM News has learned that the Conservative party of Canada has rejected Ches Crosbie's bid to represent the party in the riding of Avalon in the upcoming federal election.
Oil Leak Forces Helicopter to Turn Back to St. John's
The C-NLOPB says the helicopter was about 20 kilometres from the capital city when a low oil pressure indicator in one of its two engines was activated yesterday.
Whales Sing 'O Canada' in NL Tourism Video
Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism has launched a special rendition of O Canada with a unique local twist.
Search Underway for Missing Holyrood Man
62-year-old Peter Mercer is reported missing from a personal care home in the area.
Wanted Man Discovered Lying on Ground Outside RNC Headquarters
RNC saw a man lying on the ground outside their headquarters in Corner Brook at about 4:00 this morning.
June Temperatures Below Normal on the Island
Data from Provincial Airlines and Aerospace Meteorologist Brian Walsh shows the average temperature last month was 9.6 degrees compared to 10.9 degrees.
RCMP Investigating Multiple Threats Against Airline Flights
A WestJet flight landed safely in Saskatoon Tuesday night; all 113 passengers and five crew left the plane by the stairs.
Electricity Bills Going Up Today
The eight per cent Provincial Residential Energy Rebate, which was applied to all types of heating sources, is being eliminated.
Police Looking For Clues in Armed Robbery
A man robbed the Ultramar on Blackmarsh Road in St. John's last Wednesday.
Home Invasion in Pouch Cove
Three masked men broke into a home in Pouch Cove last night. Police say it was a targeted attack.
Man Airlifted From Fishing Boat
The man was transported by a Cormorant to a waiting ambulance. There is no word on his condition.
Birthday Surprise for Green's Harbour Woman
Hannah Reid was surprised by her favourite pop star, Craig Sharpe, for her 18th birthday.
Buckingham Leading Class Action for Eastern Health Employees After Privacy Breach
Eastern Health has offered to provide credit reports for affected individuals, but Bob Buckingham says that's not enough.
Public Liquor Stores Have Better Compliance and Enforcement Rates: NAPE
The province's largest public sector union is shooting down any notion of privatizing liquor stores in the province.
More Details on VOCM-Abacus Data Poll on Provincial Politics
Part 2 of our poll released this week takes a closer look at some of the issues facing the province and how people think the leader of each party would deal with the matters.
Man Arrested for Break and Enter
The man was caught in centre city St. John's in possession of housebreaking tools and stolen property.
Most Residents 'Somewhat Satisfied' With Snowclearing: Survey
A survey of 332 residents showed most noticed some improvement in winter driving, access to parking, and sidewalk clearing downtown.
Gas Prices Down Today
Prices have been adjusted early for the Canada Day holiday.
Cyclists Concerned that Trails are Being Sabotaged
The latest incident saw a rooty stick put in the gap of a small jump along the trail in White Hills.
St. John's Mayor Wants Residents to Help Create Litter-Free Zones
Dennis O'Keefe says the idea is get volunteer groups to "adopt" neighbourhoods and take responsibility for keeping them clean.
Tips for Safe Fireworks on Canada Day
If setting off your own fireworks, remember to do so in an open area, wear eye protection, and non-flammable clothing.
No Tax on Tampons as of Today
The tax has been removed from products that are marked exclusively for feminine hygiene purposes including sanitary napkins, tampons, and other similar products.

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