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2014 St. John's Pride Parade
Sunday, July 20, 2014. Photos by Zaren Healey White.
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Vehicle Fire Near Clarenville
Photos courtesy of Tom Eagan
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Camper Fire on TCH
Photos courtesy of Marc Iveny
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Memorial Day Service, Beaumont Hamel, France. July 1st, 2014.
Pictures by Brad Holwell.
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Garbage Litters the Outer Ring Road
Appears to be garbage destined for Robin Hood Bay
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Law Enforcement Torch Run and Cop on Top
The 25th annual Law Enforcement Torch Relay for Special Olympics.
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Historic Home Deteriorates
McLea Manor,or Richmond Cottage, which was built in the 1840s, is a ghost of its former grandeur.
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Royal Ontario Museum Working on Blue Whale in Woody Point
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Cancer Care Radiothon
Held live from the Avalon Mall April 30th, 2014
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Single-Vehicle Crash on Pitts Memorial
Happened just before 9 am on Sunday, April 27th
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Fire at Mount Pearl Plaza
Traffic had to be diverted as crews contained the blaze, which a eye witness telling VOCM News it occured in the bathroom of One to One Pharmacy.
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Sperm Whale Washed Ashore in Biscay Bay
A sperm whale washed ashore in Biscay Bay on the southern Avalon in April 2014.
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#Sprinter 2014
VOCM News asked listeners to send along pictures of the latest blast of winter weather on April 1st.
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Budget 2014
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Stanley Cup Surprises Avalon Celtics PeeWee B
Scotiabank chose the Celtics out of 5,000 minor hockey teams across Canada that they support for an evening with the Stanley Cup because of their community involvement, and their efforts to raise funds for underprivileged players.
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Three Vehicle Accident Old Placentia Road
March 6th, 2014
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Fire Destroys Home on Blackmarsh Road
A woman was sent to hospital with what was described as serious injuries.
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Loretta Saunders Murder Case and Memorials
Halifax Regional Police have charged 25-year-old Blake Leggette and 28-year-old Victoria Henneberry with first degree murder in connection with the death of 26-year old Loretta Saunders of Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
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Fire at Maplewood Apartments on Shaw Street, St. John's
The apartment complex was evacuated following a fire on Feb. 19.
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Shot Fired During RNC Sting Operation
On Feb. 18, plain clothes RNC officers approached a man they believed was responsible for thefts from vehicles outside the Field House.
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RNC Headquarters Tour
The RNC gave a special tour to media of its new facility at Fort Townshend.
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Pride Flags Raised Across Province
The act is meant to be one of solidarity with members of the LGBT community in Sochi, after Russia passed anti-gay legislation just a few months ago.
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Accident Paradise Road
Greasy roads on Feb 2nd lead to a number of accidents around metro.
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Tom Marshall Sworn in as Premier
Marshall takes over the helm from Kathy Dunderdale who announced on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014 she's be resigning.
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Kathy Dunderdale Resigns
Kathy Dunderdale first told her caucus and then the public in an announcement heard live on the VOCM/CFCB/Big Land Radio Network on January 22nd, 2014.
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Blizzard and Rolling Blackouts
A massive blizzard hits eastern portion of the island at a time when energy demand increases, leading to rolling blackouts and other power troubles.
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Sunnyside Sub-Station Fire
A fire at the Sunnyside terminal station was the cause of an island-wide power outage which affected areas from east to west.
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January Weather and Snow
Snow in and around St. John's.
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Dumpster Fire on Ropewalk Lane
Occured on New Years Eve.
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Slippery Roads in Metro
An ambulance gets stuck on a steep hil in the city of St. John's during a snowstorm December 30th, 2013. With the help of St. John's snowplow operators and some concerned neighbours, it manages to get out.
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Hollywood Offers One Million to End Seal Hunt
Simpsons co-creator Sam Simon and Actor Pamela Anderson arrive in St. John's in December 2013 with offer for sealers.
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Snow Storm Dec 15th into 16th 2013
The storm affected traffic service and power as snow hit much of the island.
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Sears Continues Support of Troops
A four-foot tall charity bear was unveiled at Sears in the Avalon Mall yesterday in support of Canadian troops and their families.
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Rocky the RNC Dog Retires
Rocky retires at age 8 and a half years old. He was with the RNC police dog unit since he was eight weeks old.
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Dump Truck Accident
A dump truck going west on the outer-ring road apparently lost control according to witnessess and went off the road near the Paradise exit.
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Pursuit Ends in Collision in St.John's
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Avalon Mall VOCM Happy Tree Launch 2013
The Happy Tree is awake for another season at the Avalon Mall in St. John's.
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Another Landslide in Daniel's Harbour
Daniel's Harbour has another landslide in same location of previous landslide back in 2008. Pictures by Mayor Ross Humber.
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Subway/VOCM Pumpkin Patrol 2013
Halloween 2013
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Shed Fire in Paradise
The fire broke out shortly after 1 o'clock in the afternoon of Oct 24th
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Annual Poppy Campaign Launched at Confederation Building
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Protest in Grand Bank
Residents are upset with closure of local DFO office.
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David Folker surveillance photos from August 2010 Released
Police shots of him changing vehicles, clothes, parking and walking Into woods off Blackhead Road.
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Three People Dead in Murder-Suicide
Two people were shot dead at a doctor's office at Villa Nova Plaza just after 7:10 p.m. Tuesday, October 16th, 2013. The shooter was found the following day in a cemetary on Kenmount Road.
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Jamie the Harp Seal Passes Away
Jamie, a 19 year old harp seal born at the Ocean Sciences Centre in Logy Bay, passed away suddenly on Friday, October 11th.
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Gord Bamford Makes Major Donation to Janeway
Country music performer Gord Bamford donates $10,000 to the Janeway Children's Hospital.
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Fire Destroys Mt. Scio Road Home
October 14th,2013
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Fire Destroys Camper
Fire fighters were called into action Wednesday, Oct 9th, on the Trans Canada Highway east of Deer Lake.
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Oceanex Unveils New Vessel
Oceanex unveiled its newest addition to the fleet on October 8th, 2013.
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Leatherback Turtle off CBS
Multiple sightings have been reported to VOCM News.
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Buddy the Caribou
A young, and very tame caribou is calling Garnish home. The animal is being taken to Salmonier Nature Park for its own safety. Pictures courtesy of Fred Dodge.
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Seniors of Distinction Awards 2013
Awards were presented to 5 Seniors of Distinction from around Newfoundland and Labrador.
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Jerome Kennedy Resigns
Jerome Kennedy is stepping away from politics and returning to law.
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Final Day of Food Fishery 2013
Sept 29th, 2013
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Wayward Moose in St. John's
Wildlife officials traquilized and removed a wayward bull moose from a busy St. John's intersection.
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Welding Shop Destroyed by Fire
The blaze lasted for several hours.
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Janeway Champion Named
Six-year-old Rebekah Winsor of St. Lawrence will represent the Janeway for 2013/14
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VOCM Liberal Leadership Debate
All 5 liberal leadership hopefuls squared off in a debate on the VOCM/CFCB/Big Land FM Network.
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Vehicle Fire on Kenmount Road
Crews responded to the scene around 9 a.m. Wednesday, Sept 11th.
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Shrimp Truck Trips over on Car in New Chelsea
Two people escaped with only minor injuries after a tractor trailer carrying 36,000 pounds of shrimp tipped over, hitting a car in New Chelsea.
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Major Fire in Downtown St. John's
The fire consumed at least three buildings and forced the closure of Duckworth Street to traffic.
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VOCM/Bridges to Hope Block the Bus
The VOCM/Bridges to Hope 7th annual Block the Bus campaign is shaping up to be another tremendous success.
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Blue Puttees Runs Aground in Port aux Basques
The vessel ran aground while departing Port aux Basques just after 8:30 am on July 31.
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Government House Garden Party
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Field of Dreams
The Airport Heights baseball field has reopened. The Toronto Blue Jays Care Foundation donated $125,000 to the renovations, along with donation from the City and the St. John's Minor Baseball Association.
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Exploits Valley-Toyota Salmon Festival 2013
Thousands turned out to see The Eagles, among other acts.
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Shed Fire Mount Pearl
Gas accumulation was the cause.
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Fires on Kenmount Hill
Three separate fires in wooded area near Old Pennywell Road / Kenmount Hill.
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Fire on Schreyer Crescent, Mount Pearl
Fire has destroyed one half of a duplex on Schreyer Crescent in the Power's Pond area of Mount Pearl.
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Canada Day and Memorial Day
Ceremonies in St. John's.
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Labrador West Forest Fire
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Gander SPCA Care for Baby Moose
"Apple" has been taken to the Salmonier Nature Park.
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Mini Aquarium Grand Opening
The Petty Harbour Mini Aquarium opened their doors to the public on June 15, 2013.
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HMCS Summerside in St. John's
The HMCS Summerside is a maritime coastal defence vessel currently on fisheries patrol off the coast of Newfoundland.
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Buddy the Puffin's Book Club
Officials of the St. John's IceCaps visited Paradise Elementary for the kick-off of the second annual Buddy's Book Club - Summer Edition.
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Drive-By Shooting on Dauntless Street
On Friday, May 31, just before midnight, shots were fired from a moving vehicle on Dauntless Street in Kenmount Terrace in St. John's.
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Fire on Hamilton Avenue
The blaze started in a vehicle parked in the driveway early May 31.
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Specatular Crash Downtown St. John's
Happened Tuesday, May 28 at the intersection of Sudbury and Water Street. Two people were sent to hospital with serious injuries.
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Gander Shave for the Brave
Gander Academy hosted the biggest school Shave for the Brave to date on May 30, 2013.
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NL Pet Expo 2013
The NL Pet expo is the largest Atlantic Canada Pet Expo.
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Waterford River Clean Up
Over 100 people turned out in Mount Pearl for the 3rd annual event.
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Victoria Day Weekend Snowfall at Sqaure Pond
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RNC Mounted Unit Open House
The RNC opened up their Mounted Unit stables to the public as part of Police Week 2013 activities.
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Ducks Covered Oil Near Change Island
The Coast Guard and DFO are continuing to plug fuel leaks in the paper carrier that went down in 1985 near Change Islands.
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Grass Fire in the Goulds
Happened Sunday, May 5th, 2013
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VOCM Cancer Care Radiothon 2013
The event raised over $148,000 for the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Care Foundation.
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Muskrat Falls Construction, April 24th, 2013
A flight over the Muskrat Falls site showing construction progress as of late April, 2013.
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Strike out Bullying Bowl for Kids' Sake 2013
The Strike out Bullying Bowl for Kids' Sake Campaign kicked off at the Gap Court in the Avalon Mall April 20th, where media personalities and politicians competed in Wii bowling.
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Giant Book Sale
The event is held by the Canadian Association of University Women at the Arts and Culture Centre in St. John's.
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Crab Price Protest in Harbour Breton
Some 25 fishermen are demonstrating outside the DFO building in Harbour Breton April 11th.
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Provincial Protests Against College Cuts
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Holyrood Generating Station
Media were provided a tour April 3, 2013.
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Storm Surge Hits Island
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Good Friday Pro-Choice/Pro-Life Vigil
Pro-life and pro-choice supporters gathered in the parking lot of the Health Sciences Centre today for the annual Good Friday vigil.
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Labatt Wildcat Strike
The workers with NAPE Local 7004 left the job yesterday after being notified on the weekend that workers would be expected to train out-of-province replacements in case of a strike.
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Lieutenant Governor Installation Ceremony
Frank F. Fagan took his seat as the Queen's Representative March. 19.
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Southside Road Flood - March 15
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Car Hits Tim Horton's
Two vehicles and the entrance of Tim Horton's on Kenmount Road were extensively damaged in the afternoon of March 12th.
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2013 Hospital Home Lottery
The grand prize this year is a home in the Virginia Water Village worth $940,000.
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RCMP Klondike Night 2013
VOCM Cares in support of The Citizens' Crime Prevention Association of NL and the provincial chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving were picked as this year's charities. The event took place Friday, March 1st.
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Sandy Pond Protest
A protest is going on outside the Supreme Court in St. John's this morning as the Sandy Pond Alliance challenges government's decision to allow Vale to use Sandy Pond near Long Harbour as a tailings pond.
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Fire on Nelder Drive Mount Pearl
Smoke was seen rolling through the top floor windows in the home, where a large part of the street was blocked off by emergency vehicles on Feb 26th, 2013
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Pink Shirt Day in Labrador
Labrador Students took place in Stand up to Bully day in Labrador, RCMP members joined students to help mark the day.
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Hydro Crews Repairing Damage in Rocky Harbour
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Fire at Sinyard's Pharmacy in Harbour Grace - Feb. 14, 2013
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Pancake Breakfast in Support of VOCM Cares
The Woodstock Colonial Restaurant hosted a pancake breakfast Feb 12th, in support of the VOCM Cares Foundation.
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Easter Seals Sledge Hockey
Easter Seals NL received $25,000 from the RBC Play Hockey Grant.
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After Nemo in Central
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Roger Barnett Night
On Saturday Feb 9th The Cataracts played the Royals in Grand Falls-Windsor. The evening was dubbed “Roger Barnett Night,” and before the game, they paid tribute to Roger’s contributions to the Cats.
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Nemo Pictures
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Badger Flood Watch, Feb 2013
On the Morning of February 8th, 2013 the Town of Badger was under a flood warning, just one week shy, of the ten year anniversary of the flood of 2003.
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Wind Causes Damage Throughout Province.
Feb 4th, 2013
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Animal Neglect in Bay Roberts
One dog died and another seized from owner in Bay Roberts
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Backyard Ice Rink Opening
Todd Churchill has opened his backyard rink in Portugal Cove-St. Phillips.
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Striking Airport Union Members Demonstrate at PUB Hearings
One man interrupted the hearings into Newfoundland Power's requested rate hike, and was escorted out of the room.
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Blizzard Blasts Eastern Newfoundland
Up to 70cm forecast
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RCMP Toys for the North
Toys arrived at the RCMP hangar in Happy Valley-Goose Bay via military transport plane from Trenton, Ontario on December 13 and were wrapped the following day. They will be delivered to several communities in Labrador. RCMP members, Santa and Safety Bear visited communities and dropped off the donated gifts to children. The toys were donated the Canadian Toy Association.
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Muskrat Falls Sanctioned
The Muskrat Falls project is officially sanctioned in a ceremony at Confederation Building on December 17th, 2012
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Dump Truck Strikes Vehicle on Outer Ring Road
The accident, just west of the Aberdeen Avenue exit reduced traffic to one line for a short time on the morning of December 12.
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Easter Seals Music Therapy Program
Participants of Easter Seals NL's Music Therapy Program were joined by local musician Amelia Curran.
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Barns Destroyed by Fire
10 animals perished in two blazes in the Goulds.
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Rally for Safer Crosswalks
Memorial University students and staff joined forces on December 5 at a rally on Westerland Road next to the Education Building to call for safer crosswalks in St. John's.
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Operation Wish Launch
St. John's Mayor Dennis O'Keefe joined military personnel and Sears staff for the launch of Operation Wish at the Avalon Mall Sears on December 5.
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St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog at MUN
Students took a "paws" from studying at the MUN QEII Library to meet Cali, an Australian Shepherd therapy dog.
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Girl Guides Christmas Tree Decorating at Government House
Girls of all ages with the Girl Guiding movement joined Her Honour Jane Crosbie to decorate the Chistmas tree at Government House on Nov. 29. There were 81 Sparks, Brownies, Girl Guides, Pathfinders, and Rangers in attendance.
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St. John's Downtown Santa Claus Parade
Some of the sights from the 2012 St. John's Santa Claus Parade.
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Rock Slide on TCH
Tonnes of rock toppled onto the Trans Canada Highway just east of Clarenville on November 17th, 2012. Photos compliments of the RCMP.
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Donation to Easter Seals Art Therapy Program
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Bannerman Park Foundation on Future of Bandstand
Spokesperson Mary Walsh says they'll keep the old bandstand if people want it.
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Remembrance Day Ceremony
On November 11, 2012, a parade of mounted officers, the CLB band, and various divisions of military units and cadets assembled at the National War Memorial to observe the Last Post and two minutes of silence. Wreaths were placed at the monument by representatives from many groups, from the Royal Canadian Legion and Veterans Canada, to Scouts and Girl Guides. Premier Kathy Dunderdale and the Lieutenant Governor John Crosbie also laid wreaths.
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House Relocated in St. John's
The house was orginally built on Topsail Road and was relocated to a site on Brookfield Road on Monday, November 12, 2012.
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Marriott Hotel proposal public meeting
November 7th, 2012.
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Bull Arm Construction Site Tour
The concrete gravity-based structure and the living quarters module of the Hebron platform are in the preliminary stages of construction.
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New Library Opens at Easter Seals House
The John C. Crosbie library ribbon cutting ceremony on October 29, 2012.
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Parents voice concerns to Eastern School District
Concerned parents and students converged on Roncalli Central High School in Avondale on October 30th, 2012 to protest a proposal by the board to close Immaculate Conception and downgrade Holy Cross Elementary.
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NRC Icebreak Performance Test Project
The NRC is evaluating the hull forms proposed by the designers with respect to the vessel's powering and manoeuvrability. The design is for a new Canadian-built Polar Icebreak, named the CCGS John G. Diefenbaker.
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Fortune Plant Workers Protest at Confederation Building
The workers wanted to send the message to government and the FFAW's executive that they want a deal to keep them working.
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'I Love MUNdays'
A week full of spirit activities are happening at campuses across the province.
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Order of Newfoundland and Labrador Ceremony
Eight people were inducted into the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador in a ceremony at Government House in St. John's on October 16, 2012. The five women and three men named as recipients are considered to be leaders who excel in their respective fields. This year's recipients are Janet Cox, Frieda Faour, John (Jack) Ford, Mary Dyer Gordon, Constance Howley, Captain Sidney Hynes, and Susan (Fran) Williams. The order of Newfoundland and Labrador is the highest honour this province bestows.
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Kruzenshtern Tall Ship Visits St. John's
One of the largest tall ships in the world, the Russian vessel the Kruzenshtern, sailed into the Narrows on October 15, 2012. The four-masted tall-ship visited St. John's with 100 cadets and 50 crew to participate in the International Association of World Maritime Universities Conference, hosted by the Marine Institute. The ship, which is 85 years old, last visited St. John's in 2009.
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MMSB's Big Green Up Event
The Multi Materials Stewardship Board's Cara Pike, Minister of Environment and Conservation Terry French, and students and staff of Mount Pearl Intermediate kicked off National Waste Reduction Week and the 2nd Annual Big Green Up on October 15, 2012.
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Fire on Petite Forte Drive October 14, 2012
Number 50 was destroyed by fire while there was extensive damage to number 52 and considerable exterior damage to number 48. Two cats were rescued from the basement apartment, two cats remain unaccounted for.
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St. John's Central Fire Station Open House
As a part of Fire Services Recognition Day, and Fire Prevention Week, an open house was held at the Central Fire Station in downtown St. John's on October 13, 2012. Members of the Department displayed a number of pumpers and fire trucks, including a vintage 1953 Bickle.
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NunatuKavut Community Council Holds Protest
NCC holds peaceful protest at gates to Muskrat Falls work site. October 10th, 2012. Pictures from the NCC.
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IceCaps Season Kickoff
The St. John's IceCaps welcomed their fans to a new season at a season ticket holder’s exclusive event at the Mile One Centre. St. John's Sports and Entertainment chair Gerry Smith made a lot of IceCap fans very happy with the unveiling of the brand new clock.
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Wedgewood Rec Centre Public Consultation
Upwards of 100 residents came out to the existing Wedgewood building on Gleneyre Street to view the proposed $32 million structure.
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Kenmount Road Accident October 5th
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Violence Prevention for Persons with Disabilities
The Violence Prevention for Persons with Disabilities Information Session was held at Easter Seals House on October 5, 2012. The event was held in reaction to a brutal assault and robbery that happened in Mount Pearl on September 29, 2012.
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Nickel Processing Plant - Long Harbour
October 2012
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Preliminary Work at Muskrat Falls, Fall 2012
The project hasn't yet received sanction but a lot of work is already underway. Pictures from the NunatuKavut Community Council.
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Opening of Ronald McDonald House
Thursday, September 27th, 2012
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Operation Marquise
An at sea training exercise in Argentia by the Canadian Coast Guard, Canadian Forces and RCMP.
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Take Back the Night 2012
Women and children marched to St. John's City Hall on September 21st, 2012.
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Freedom Park
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Drug Lab In St. John's
Scenes from Albany Street
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Tropical Storm Leslie
Photos from around the province
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The Henry Goodrich
The Henry Goodrich as it is towed to Conception Bay for repair. Photos by Derek Frampton.
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Bell Aliant Backpacks for Kids Program
1,100 children across the province will receive backpacks filled with supplies for the new school year.
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Clarenville Homes Damaged by Fire
The blaze broke out August 30, 2012.
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Frank Cipra Mask Presentation
Cathy Slaney came in this week to claim her custom-designed hand-painted goalie mask! COOL! Thanks to Rogers Bussey, the St. John's Ice Caps, and Frank Cipra of Cipra Design!
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Bannerman Park's Garden of Memories
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Alan Doyle Films in Iceland
Alan Doyle has wrapped up shooting of the second single off his first solo album 'Boy on Bridge'. The Great Big Sea frontman was in Iceland last week to film the music video for 'Testify', which he co-wrote with friend and Robin Hood co-star Russell Crowe. The pair had three gigs on Saturday alone. They were joined onstage by Patti Smith who sang 'Because the Night'. Photos courtesy of: Ásta Magnúsdóttir
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Easter Seals Para Games 2012
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Muskrat Falls
Nalcor provided media with a tour of the site.
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Churchill Falls Generating Station
Nalcor provided member's of the media with a tour.
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Damage at Camp Morristown
Scouts Canada volunteers were shocked to find a significant amount of damage at Camp Morristown in Foxtrap. The damage is believed to have been done sometime overnight August 14, 2012. Photos by Steve Kent.
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Ron Hynes Plays Memorial Tribute
It was his final concert before undergoing cancer treatment.
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Havin' a Time
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Commemorating the War of 1812
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Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival
2012 festival draws huge crowds.
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Out Day at Camp Delight
Hosted by Group m5. We caught up with the group at Lester's Farm.
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Vehicle-Bicycle Accident in Paradise
A 16-year-old boy was sent to hospital with non-life threatening injuries following a vehicle-bicycle accident on the evening of July 25.
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Capelin Rolling at Middle Cove, June 25, 2012
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Study of Middle Ridge Caribou
Environment and Conservation conducting an extensive study on the decline of caribou at Middle Ridge. VOCM came along for a look.
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Labrador Fires
Hot spring weather helping to fuel a number of large fires in Labrador.
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Chocolate Shoes
The Newfoundland Chocolate Company unveils a new line of chocolate shoes.
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Wayward Moose Taken Down on Quiet Street
A wayward moose, spotted in a number of locations in the capital city, was finally tranquilized by Wildlife officials on a residential lawn on Fox Avenue. Pictures by Steve Yetman.
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Tributes to Big Tom
Tom FitzGerald passed away on Wednesday, April 25th. He was just a few days shy of his 39th birthday.
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Car fire on Gower Street
This car caught fire on Gower Street on April 18, 2012. Pictures by grahamkennedy.ca
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Southern Shore, Connected to the Titanic
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House of Assembly Spring 2012
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RCMP Observe Gathering
Members of the RCMP in Natuashish and Hopedale recently conducted snowmobile patrols to Twin Lakes and had the chance to observe the annual "Gathering" that happens.
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Maddox Cove Fire
18 firefighters battle blaze that began in a residential garage and spread to nearby structures and field.
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Accident on Portugal Cove Road, St. John's.
Driver had to be removed using Jaws of Life. Vehicle cracked off utility pole, and struck a tree. April 9, 2012.
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"Win a Custom Frank Cipra Goalie Mask" Contest Dinner and IceCaps Game
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Fire at Kiewit in Marystown
Fire in container on top of stair towers took hours to fight. Wednesday, March 14th, 2012.
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Massive Animal Confirmed to be a Wolf
Joe Fleming shot the creature on March 12th. It was weighed by wildlife officials at 82 pounds, double the size of a normal coyote. It was positively identified as a Labrador wolf at the end of May.
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Becoming Canadian in Newfoundland
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Police Officers Injured in Accident
Two officers are injured after their cruiser ran into a pickup on the Outer Ring Road March 10th.
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Dump Truck Causes Outage
A dump truck snagged some overhead lines in the Merchant Drive area of Mount Pearl, knocking out power to the commercial development and some residential streets.
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Vigil at Confederation Building to Remember Burton Winters
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Remembering a Tragedy
Events were held in February to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the sinking of two US Naval Vessels, the Truxton and the Pollux, in 1942 which claimed the lives of 203 sailors.
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Fishermen Demonstrate at Sheraton
A group of about ten fishermen demonstrated in front of the Sheraton this hour at the Newfoundland and Labrador Employers of Distinction Awards.
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Beothuk Historic Site Damaged by Fire
A high-powered wind storm in the province toppled trees in and around the Indian Point Beothuck site near Millertown.
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Church Fire Devastates St. Shott's
Our Lady of Fatima caught fire just before midnight Tuesday, December 19th.
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Trepassey Town Hall Fire
The blaze occurred about 8 a.m. Tuesday, November 29th, 2011.
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St. John's Remembrance Day 2011
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Tractor Trailer Accident
It happened Nov.8, near Paddy's Pond on the TCH outside St. John's.
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Occupy NL in St. John's
Various groups converged on Confederation Hill on Monday, October 24th as part of the Occupy Newfoundland and Labrador movement.
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IceCaps Home Opener
The St. John's IceCaps lost 4-0 to the Hamilton Bulldogs.
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Metro Moose Take Down
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The Progressive Conservative Campaign
VOCM follows the election hopefuls as they campaign across the province.
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The Liberal Campaign
VOCM follows the election hopefuls as they campaign across the province.
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The New Democratic Party Campaign
VOCM follows the election hopefuls as they campaign across the province.
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Mini Cooper Winner Claims Prize
An 18-year-old from Conne River, Dakota Stride, is heading to school this year with a new Mini Cooper after winning the Mary Brown's Mini Marys Mini Cooper Contest.
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Targa 2011
A sample of the cars racing in Targa 2011.
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St. John's Pays Tribute to 9/11
Firefighters paraded to the Basilica in St. John's, where an ecumenical service was held in memory of the tragedy of September 11, 2001.
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9/11 Fundraiser in Gander
Breakfast was served Saturday, Sept. 10 as a way of showing appreciation to the people of Gander, Lewisporte and Gambo following the tragedy of 9/11.
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Stanley Cup Back in the Province
Michael Ryder delivered the Cup personally.
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Ryder Visits Boys and Girls Club with Lord Stanley
Michael Ryder paid a surprise visit to kids August 30. Photos are courtesy of Rebecca Bell.
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St. John's Remembers Jack Layton
Hundreds of people packed Harbourside Park in St. John's on a beautiful Wednesday evening.
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Feller from Fortune International Festival
The three day event clues up Sunday, August 21st, 2011.
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Big Bust in Metro
RCMP say a short, but exhaustive, investigation led them to search two residences in St. John's Thursday, August 13th.
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Tely Ten 2011
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Incident at Airport
The cargo plane overshot the runway on Saturday.
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Cirque du Soleil's 'Quidam'
A behind-the-scenes look at the latest performance to Mile One Centre in St. John's.
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Truck Found in Petty Harbour
Fishermen spotted the vehicle around 9 a.m., July 7.
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SAR Search of Overturned Dinghy
Search teams investigate overturned dinghy found near Outer Cove.
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Memorial Day Ceremonies
Remembering those who fell at Beaumont Hamel.
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6-Car Pileup on Torbay Road
A six-car pileup causes serious injuries.
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Fuel Spill in Mount Pearl Shuts down Traffic
Fire crews got the call just before 11 a.m. that there was a fuel spill in the area of Merchant Drive in Mount Pearl.
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Mayday Rally in St. John's
Photos By Danielle Barron
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Governor General Visits NL
David and Sharon Johnston arrived in St. John's June 23, 2011.
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Accident in Dunville
No one was hurt in the accident that occurred on June 19, 2011.
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Group Protests to Save Church
Photos of the protest to save the church in St. Philip's on Friday, June 17th, 2011.
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Ride for Dad 2011
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RNC Passing of the Sword
RNC Chief Bob Johnston will officially confer the command of the RNC Honour Guard upon inspector Marlene Jesso during the commemorative Passing of the Sword ceremony today.
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Long Harbour Tour 2011
Vale provided media with a project update, June 20, 2011.
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Rat Problem in St. John's
According to one resident of St. John's, the provincial government needs to step in to address a growing problem in the city.
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The Rock vs. The Cross Keys
The Rock took on the Cross Keys on Friday, June 3rd, 2011. Photos by Colin Squires.
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Car Crashes Into Home
It happend June 4, on Mundy Pond Road in St. John's
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Another Big Bust for Police
The RCMP has seized about 38 pounds of marijuana and two ounces of cocaine after searching a residence in St. John's.
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Accidents
You can send your accident photos to webnews@vocm.com
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Police Week 2011
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Dunderdale Reads To Hazelwood Elementary Students
The Premier read "Sailor, the Hangashore Dog," to Ms.Hewitt's Grade Three Class.
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Thieves Make Away with Over 300 Packs of Cigarettes
RCMP are investigating a break and enter at Monty's Place in Whitbourne.
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Fire in Dunville
A Dunville couple owe their lives to a heroic taxi driver.
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Protest Against Stephen Harper in Downtown St. John's
Scores of people gathered to protest Prime Minister Stephen Harper's visit Thursday March 31, 2011.
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Stephen Harper Announces Loan Guarantee
The event went down on Thursday, March 31, 2011.
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Red Cross Rescue Awards
The awards were handed out during a ceremony at Government House March 30, 2011.
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Government Heathcare Announcement in Burin
Pictures from the government announcement on healthcare in Burin Friday morning.
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Hockeyville Photos
Pictures from the CBS voting at the Kelligrews firehall.
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Ship Christening in Marystown
Pictures from the ship christening in Marystown Friday, March 11.
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Shave for the Brave 2011
It took place at the Avalon Mall on Saturday, March 12th, 2011.
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2011 AUS Women's Basketball Championship
Memorial vs. St. FX Photos By: Colin Squires
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Botwood Firefighters Rescue Dog
On Monday, February 28, 2011, Botwood firefighters quickly sprang into action when they received word a dog had become stranded on an ice pan in the harbour.
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Memorial Service in St. Lawrence
A special memorial service to commemorate the sinking of the United States Naval vessel’s USS Truxton and USS Pollux was held at St. Matthew’s Anglican Church in St. Lawrence on Friday afternoon.
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Winterfest Breakfast
There was a free pancake breakfast Saturday as part of Winterfest in Conception Bay South. Mayor Woody French and the town council were in attendance. The event was sponsored by Steel Communications and VOCM.
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Paradise Elementary Officially Opens
Premier Dunderdale says the school, which opened its doors in September, is one of the most modern and innovative schools in the province.
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Big Boost for Ronald McDonald House
Johnson Insurance donated $100,000 to Ronald McDonald House-Newfoundland and Labrador on Jan. 21, 2011.
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Long-time VOCM Broadcaster Dies
Elmer Harris died on Monday, January 3, 2010, at the age of 71. Harris was the first Newfoundlander elected as the national president of the Radio Television News Directors Association of Canada, and was also a recipient of the association's Lifetime Achievement Award.
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Polar Bear Dip Held in Old Perlican
A polar bear dip was held in Old Perlican on January 2, 2010, that raised $2500 for the town's fire department and Ronald McDonald House.
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Premier Tours Areas Hard Hit by Igor
On September 22, 2010, Premier Williams and Ministers Darin King and Ministers Darin King and Tom Hedderson toured areas ravaged by Hurricane Igor. Photos courtesy of the Office of the Premier.
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