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Jan 26 , 2015
Two Persons of Interest Following Pharmacy Robbery in St. John's
RNC located two persons of interest at Hickey's Convenience on Old Pennywell Road.
Constantine Keeps Word, Turns Himself In
When police posted the man's picture and details to Facebook, Constantine commented, almost taunting police saying 'See you Monday morning'.
Five Year Sentence for Man Convicted of Armed Robbery
Eric Squires robbed the Marie's Mini Mart on Elizabeth Avenue in October of 2013 with his co-accused, William Edwards.
Beagle Dragged by Truck was in Foster Care
Beagle Paws has confirmed two-year-old Tex was the dog hanging from the back of a pick-up truck on Higgins Line yesterday afternoon.
Storm Surge Washes Away Fishing Stage
Sunday's storm surge was too much for this fishing stage in Moore's Cove on the Northeast Coast of the island.
Video of Convenience Store Armed Robbery Released
The RNC says a man entered Hamilton Avenue Convenience around 8:30 p.m. Jan. 14, demanding cash and cigarettes.
Bianca's Restaurant, Downtown Fixture, Closes Its Doors
It's the third time in as many weeks a well-known restaurant has closed shop. Last weekend The Works on George Street closed and two weeks ago the owners of Legros and Motti announced the restaurant would close at the end of the month.
Professors Pen Letter on 'Undemocratic' Bill 42, Call for Reversal
Professors from Memorial University and some in Ontario have penned a letter to the Premier calling on the province to reverse its decision to have the number of seats in the Legislature reduced.
Tribute for RCMP Officer Held in Conception Bay South
About 100 people joined together at Conception Bay South's Monument of Honour this afternoon to pay tribute to Cst. David Wynn - the RCMP officer who has shot and killed outside Edmonton.
Court Appearance for Man Accused of Firing Gun Inside Home
William Riggs is facing 13 charges as a result of the incident on Christmas Day in Mount Pearl.
Motorcyclist with Over $23,000 in Fines Part of Busy Sunday for RNC
The RNC spent a good portion of their time during Sunday's storm dealing with motorists who should not have been on the road in the first place.
Government Didn't Consult on Child Care Strategy: Parent
A single parent from St. John's says government failed to consult educators, operators and parents before implementing its ten year child care strategy.
Aquaculture has Increased Economic Contribution Tenfold: Report
The report released today says that in 2013 alone aquaculture contributed over $104 million to the economy - ten times more than it did in 2003 when the study began, and employing up to six times more people.
St. John's Winter Maintenance Review Delayed
St. John's City Council had initially intended to release the report in November, but they now expect a March release date.
Tips From Public Help RNC Nab Pair For Impaired
Just after 3:30, police got a call about a possible impaired driver in the east end and while responding, got a second call saying it had struck a guardrail and gone off the road.
Critch Remembered as Dynamic Newsman, Trusted Voice
Critch's voice filled the airwaves in Newfoundland homes for more than three decades.
Three Cab Drivers Subdue Drunk, Angry Passenger
The 32-year-old man was is facing three charges of assault.
Target Canada Still Owes Billions to Creditors
The department store has bills outstanding with 12 local businesses owing a total of nearly $110,000. Pepsi supplier Browning Harvey could be the worst hit with a bill of $36,500.
Provincial Sports Page
New leaders in provincial senior hockey.
Sunday's Scores/Monday's Schedule
Record number of goals for NHL all-star game
Jan 25 , 2015
Province hit by Wind, Rain and Snow
By 8:30 this morning, Burgeo had the most rain - 35.1 mm. The strongest wind gusts were reported at Wreckhouse - 154 km/h. The trailer in the photo above flipped in central.
Power Outages East to West
Making headway restoring service to Corner Brook.
Injured Snowmobiler Recovering in Hospital
The dramatic rescue operation included the use of a hovercraft, helicopter and several snowmobiles.
Babysitter Arrested after Child Injured in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
RCMP say the 44-year-old woman has been charged with one count of assault causing bodily harm.
Man Charged after Alleged Assault Against Three Teens in CBS
RNC say the incident happened just before 10:30 last night in the area of the Villa Nova Plaza in Manuels.
More Impaired Drivers Charged in Metro
Police received a complaint about a possible impaired motorist on Torbay Road yesterday morning.
Ambulance Operators Trying to Reach New Deal with Government
The operators have been without a contract for a couple of years, but Ross Wiseman says he's confident there will be a deal reached.
Wage Increase for Majority of Province's Licensed Practical Nurses
LPNs who have trained for and are doing additional tasks will be reclassified, which means higher pay.
Enchanted Event Raises Money for Charity
The St. John's Red Shoe Crew Volunteer group with the Ronald McDonald House hosted the event, titled Enchanted Family Fun - which featured special guests for kids, activities and other surprises.
IceCaps Lose a Close One in Allentown
The team will be idle for almost a week
Provincial Sports Page
Cats, Bous winners in senior hockey
Saturday's Scores/Sunday's Schedule
The NHL All-Star Game is set to go tonight.
Jan 24 , 2015
Storm Surge Warning for Newfoundland
Marine Atlantic ferries are tied up.
Teen Not Old Enough to Drive Handed Suspension
The 15-year-old, who in not old enough to drive, was pulled over in Mount Pearl.
RNC Kept Busy With Impaired Drivers
Majority were in Mount Pearl
Vehicle Seized from Elderly Man
74-year-old prohibited from driving.
Pynn Trial for Prison Riot Set for March
In November, Philip Pynn was convicted of manslaughter in the 2011 shooting death of his friend, Nick Winsor.
Summerside Couple set to Retire after Winning $1-Million
Donna and Edward Ruth of are the province's latest millionaires.
Canada in for Rough Stretch Due to Oil Prices: Economist
David Tulk says economists were surprised when the Bank of Canada cut its key lending rate by a quarter of a point this week.
Breast Cancer Survivor's Story in Top 10 in National Contest
Chosen from thousands of entries, Velda writes about her friend Christine, who has terminal cancer.
Man Facing up to Seven Years for Sexually Assaulting Siblings
A 31-year-old man, who will not be named to protect the identity of his two younger brothers and sister, is facing up to seven years in jail.
Crack Among Drugs Seized in Raid
A 34-year-old is facing multiple drug-related charges, after his arrest, Thursday night.
IceCaps Explode in New York
a 5-2 victory.
Provincial Sports Page
National Junior Curling Championships in Corner Brook.
Friday's Scores/Saturday's Schedule
Raptors win a close one.
Beagle Bottle Blitz Today
The organization will be collecting recyclable beverage containers, including beer bottles, at two locations from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Jan 23 , 2015
Moose-Vehicle Class Action Appeal Concludes
Ches Crosbie's case was dismissed at Supreme Court last year, after Justice Robert Stack decided that government has not been negligent.
Video of Stavanger Drive Armed Robbery Suspect Released
Around 2:00 p.m Wednesday, the RNC responded to reports of a lone male suspect entering the store, demanding cash, and fleeing the scene with an undisclosed amount.
Outrage Over One-Year Sentence for Multiple Sex Offender
52-year-old Ralph Rumbolt faced charges involving five victims under the age of 16, dating back to 1981.
RNC Hunt for Suspects from Ultramar Armed Robbery
On January 18th -- a pair of masked male suspects, armed with a weapon, entered the store and demanded cash before fleeing the scene with an undisclosed amount.


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