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Mar 30 , 2015
RNC Investigating Downtown Stabbing
No formal charges have been laid yet.
Air Canada Plane Skids off Runway at Halifax Airport
Many passengers were left with cuts and other minor injuries after an Air Canada plane skidded off the runway while attempting to land at a Halifax airport early Sunday morning.
Fire Destroys House in Central Labrador
Fire broke out last night in Sheshatshiu
Duo Facing Charges for Shoplifting
A 39-year-old man and a 32-year-old woman were picked up at the Avalon Mall last night.
Car Catches Fire in St. John's
The SUV was headed up Prince of Wales at about 2:30 when it caught fire.
Man Held for Court After Hit and Run Collision
Police say the suspect's SUV collided with an occupied vehicle as well as a parked car before fleeing the area.
Police Kept Busy with Numerous Accidents in Metro
Weather was apparently a factor in each of the collisions.
Coalition says Government's Childcare Strategy Not Enough
The coalition has heard from dozens of parents who cannot afford child care, and from others who do not qualify for government help for various reasons.
PUB to Begin Public Hearings on Dark NL
The island was on power rationing for days as Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro was unable to meet demand following a series of calamities with its infrastructure.
Girls Bantam Hockey Tournament in Paradise
The best young female bantam hockey players (ages 13-14) in Atlantic Canada converge on Paradise next week to decide the best team.
Nominations Open for Worst Roads Competition
A contest about the worst roads, which usually attracts a few nominations from Newfoundland and Labrador, is open for nominations.
Obesity Researchers Looking for Participants
They hope to have between 75 and 100 people who have recently lost a minimum of five per cent of their body weight.
MUN Botanical Garden Receives Two National Awards
The facility has been named Botanical Garden of the Year and its Pink Days in Bloom event was named Flower Event of the Year.
Christian Flag to be Raised this Week
For the second year in a row, the St. Stephen the Martyr Anglican Network Church will be raising a Christian flag over the cities of St. John's and Mount Pearl for Holy Week.
RNC and School of Pharmacy Collect Unused Pills
The event is run by Memorial University's School of Pharmacy, who collected tens of thousands of pills, as well as sprays, ointments and other types of medicines.
IceCaps Fall in OT
Team now returns home for games next weekend
Saturday's Scores/Sunday's Schedule
Bruins back in playoff position, Ottawa out
Mar 28 , 2015
Moving Vehicle Catches Fire in St. John's
The SUV caught fire while on Prince Of Wales Street this afternoon.
Future Shop in St. John's Closes
The St. John's location is being absorbed by Best Buy on Stavanger Drive
Fire Destroys House in Deer Park
It's not known if house was one storey or two.
Montreal Canadiens Brass to Visit NL
IceCaps president to host Canadiens president.
Bike Helmets Mandatory for All - Next Week
New legislation comes into effect April 1st.
Too Early to Say if Lawsuit Possible in Waterford Suicide: Lawyer
Bob Buckingham says he'll be discussing possibility with family of Kerry Murray who took his life while under suicide watch.
Teen Charged with School Assault
17 year old charged with assault causing bodily harm.
Items Seized in Child Porn Investigation
CFSEU executes search warrant on home in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
#Pizzaskeet Video Widely Shared Online
Local musician Paul Brace recently penned a tune about a group of young women caught on video robbing Old Town Pizzeria in St. John's.
NAPE Votes to be Counted Tuesday
Province's largest public sector union is deciding new President and Secretary Treasurer.
Mind the High Snowbanks: Hydro
Heavy snowfall accumulations mean power lines are within reach in some areas.
Polar Bears Spotted Near Hibernia Likely Not in Trouble: Wildlife
Director of Wildlife John Blake says polar bears are extremely strong and well-adapted swimmers and can cover some very large areas.
Child Care Rally Today
Parents, early childhood educators, and politicians are invited, 2-4 pm at Cochrane Street United Church in St. John's.
Prescription Pill Drop Off in Metro Today
People can safely drop off old or expired medication at RNC Headquarters in St. John's.
MP Seeking Help for Workers Displaced by Fire
Scott Simms says destruction of Cottlesville fish plant will have a devastating impact on local workers.
Snowmobile Safety Tips
It was a source of amusement for many earlier this year, but an instructor with the Canada Safety Council says a riderless snowmobile, which travelled 12 km along the TCH near Deer Lake, should never have happened.
Crowd Funding Initiative to Help Local Filmmaker
The short film, written and directed by Joshua Jamieson, has received support from the Canadian Cancer Society, which says the story line will present a relatable and realistic situation.
Police and Peace Officer of the Year Nominations Due Soon
The deadline is March 31st.
Reveen: Next Generation Premieres Tonight
The next generation of 'impossibilism' premieres tonight as the new Reveen show takes the stage at the St. John's Arts and Culture centre for the first time in this province.
IceCaps Fall to Portland
Comeback falls short
Provincial Sports Page
Game seven coming for Avalon East hockey title.
Friday's Scores, Saturday's Games
A busy NHL schedule tonight.
Mar 27 , 2015
Local Stores Open, But Ricki's, Bootlegger, and Cleo Closing Stores Across Country
While owner Comark may be set to close stores across the country, local Ricki's, Bootlegger, and Cleo stores are open for business.
New Bike Helmet Legislation Coming in Effect April 1
Minister Dan Crummell says there has been a lot of research on bicycle related head injuries, and government has talked to experts on the best way to prevent them.
Quebec Innu Group Wants MHA to Retract Statements on Muskrat Falls Hiring
The Pakua Shipi Innu say the statement is false, and discriminates against them based on the province of residence.
Mother Devastated by Son's Suicide at Waterford Hospital
Kerry Murray was placed in the Waterford Hospital for treatment after showing signs of self-harm at Her Majesty's Penitentiary.
Local Musician Pens 'Pizza Skeet' in Response to Pizzeria Theft Video
Paul Brace says he was inspired by the Twitter hashtag #Pizzaskeet, and was up until the wee hours this morning writing and recording the song.
Social Media Helping Pizzeria Identify Thieves
Fabian Power, owner of Old Town Pizzeria, says he's passed the information on to the RNC.
NL Hydro Warns about High Snow Banks Close to Power Lines
Heavy snow accumulations in many parts of the province this year has prompted a warning from Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro.
Benoit's Cove Residents Want to Bring Attention to 'Improper Involvement' of Officer
A committee is urging residents to contact the media and officials if they have any concerns about, what they call, the improper involvement of Sergeant Tim Buckle and the other RNC officers in the Sean Kelly case and investigation.
Last Day for Ballots in NAPE Election
The last mail-in ballots to be counted will be those received by Monday morning. People cannot drop off their ballots at NAPE headquarters.
Province Drafting Patient Safety Legislation
It would make law some already practised procedures within Health Authorities and complete the implementation of a couple of outstanding recommendations of the Cameron Inquiry.
Corner Brook Man Charged with Assault with a Knife
The alleged victim, another man, was not injured. Both the accused and the victim are known to each other.


 

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