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Aug 23 , 2014
Drunk Drivers Abound
RNC picking them up from one end of province to the other.
Man Hospitalized after being Thrown from Moving Vehicle
The 27 year old victim is under a number of court orders.
Man Arrested on Canada Wide Warrant
24 year old put up a struggle when confronted by police.
No Arrests Yet in Downtown Stabbing
A man was taken to hospital after an altercation with another man yesterday morning on Freshwater Road.
Moose Accident in Metro
Two people were taken to hospital.
Business Owner Concerned about Escalation in Crime
Wallace McKay owns Eddy's Restaurant on the Trans Canada Highway near South Brook that was struck by thieves earlier this week.
Men in Custody Following Nain Incidents
Two men are being held pending court appearances in connection with two separate incidents.
Health Forum one of Leadership Candidate's Priorities
PC Leadership hopeful Paul Davis outlined policy platform yesterday.
Kent Promises Power Rate Subsidies
PC Leadership candidate says part of the revenue from Muskrat Falls will be set aside to help offset the cost of electricity to customers.
Chamber Responds to PC Leadership Dinner Cancellation
Irish Loop Chamber of Commerce President Jeff Marshall, who is the Liberal candidate in Kilbride, says they organized the event as a fundraiser.
Legal Aid Responds to Lawyer's Concerns
Bob Buckingham calls the current system 'woefully inadequate' and says that a separate unit be set up within the Legal Aid system with a proper mandate and adequate funding.
Traffic Slowdowns Reported at South West River Bridge
Construction is underway, but backups and wait times were lengthy yesterday.
Exploratory Work Near Bandstand
City says it's part of design work underway.
Rambler Metals Planning Expansion
The 140 permanent workers at Rambler Metals and Mining met and exceeded all production for this fiscal year with increases in copper, gold, and silver.
Newfoundland Gaming Expo Underway at Memorial
Sandbox Gaming, a non-profit organization, is hosting the event and President John Michael Bennett says they're hoping to promote a gaming community in the province.
Provincial Sports Page
Tough Luck in national baseball championship.
Friday's Scores, Saturday's Schedule
Blue Jays blanked by Tampa Bay.
Aug 22 , 2014
Man Stabbed on Freshwater Road
Police are investigating a stabbing that occurred on Freshwater road just after 9:00 this morning.
Minister to Meet with Child Advocate
Collins says he will meet with Chafe, but couldn't commit to if or when legislative changes would take place.
Lawyer Calls for Legal Aid Unit Designated for CYFS Issues
St. John's lawyer Bob Buckingham calls the revelation that 26 children have died in the province while under the care of Child Youth and Family Services 'disheartening and disappointing.'
Politicians and RNC Recruits Participate in Ice Bucket Challenge
Despite the rainy weather, a number of determined individuals participated in the viral ALS ice bucket challenge today.
Men in Custody Following Separate Incidents in Nain
A 44-year-old Nain man has been arrested after an alleged assault against his wife.
PC Leadership Hopeful Paul Davis Outlines Policies
If elected, Paul Davis commits to streamline and shorten the review and approval process for offshore oil projects.
PC Leadership Dinner Cancelled; Poor Ticket Sales
Jeff Marshall says they had put the event together as a fundraiser for the fairly new business organization.
Sentencing for Man Convicted of Domestic Assault Set Over
33-year-old Mike Jennings is also awaiting sentencing on an unrelated sexual assault case involving a minor.
Katsheshuk Fisheries Facing Major Fine
Yesterday Katsheshuk Fisheries pleaded guilty to two Occupational Health and Safety breaches, including failure to provide necessary safety training.
Officials Investigating Dead Fish in Cupids
A fisheries officer was sent to the scene, but by the time he arrived, seagulls had already begun feeding on the fish.
St. John's Woman Acquitted of Robbery
29-year-old Sarah Eisnor had been charged along with her former boyfriend, Evan Lambe, after the pair went on a crime spree last October.
Unfunded Pension Liability Discussions Ongoing
Intense discussions are underway with public sector unions on addressing the province's unfunded pension liability.
ATM Stolen by Professionals Says South Brook Businessman
Wallace McKay says the caper was caught on surveillance tape and went so smoothly he figures the culprits have done it before.
State of Unions in Good Shape: Federation of Labour
The Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour represents about 65,000 members, and this province has the highest rate of unionized workers across Canada at 38 per cent.
Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle on Kenmount Road
One person was sent to hospital last night with undetermined injures after being struck by a vehicle on Kenmount Road.
Indecent Exposure in the West End
RNC say an intoxicated man was reportedly exposing himself and causing damage to property around 5:30 p.m. yesterday.
Good Samaritans Rush to Aid of Woman and Child
RCMP are commending the people who came to the aid of a woman and child involved in an accident yesterday morning on Hamilton River Road in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
Dr. Jack Hand Legacy Foundation Holding First Annual Classic
The Foundation was established in May of this year in memory of Pediatric Oncologist Dr. Jack Hand. Bob Hand, Jack's brother and co-chair, says the foundation was created to continue the work of the late doctor.
Search Continues for Joshua Whalen
The RNC are still looking for the 26-year-old St. John's man reported missing late last week week.
Birchy Brook Water Restoration Timeline Unknown
Municipal Affairs Minister Dan Crummell says he expects to have a firm timeline in the coming days on how much longer the people of Birchy Brook on the west coast will have to go without water.
Tim McGraw Performing at Mile One This Weekend
The Sundown Heaven Town tour will take the Mile One Stage for three shows this weekend.
Irish Singing Legend Mary Black to Play St. John's
Mary Black will play Holy Heart Theatre on Tuesday, November 11th.
Northern Bay Couple Wins Big from Atlantic Lotto
Brendan and Mary White from Northern Bay have won $100,000.
Thursday's Scores/Friday's Schedule
Jays gain a half game in wild card race.
Aug 21 , 2014
Woman Accused of Kicking Police Officer Released on Bail
24-year-old Sarah Drew was pulled over on Torbay Road around 2 a.m., fled the scene, and later kicked the arresting officer.
Hefty Fine for Katsheshuk Fisheries after Fatal Accident
The shrimp boat was enroute to Bay Roberts from the Funk Island Bank in 2012 when two employees were sent to clean the shrimp tank.
Both Lanes Reopened on TCH Near Salmonier Line
Traffic was reduced to one lane both directions after a pickup truck went off the road and into the median.
Business Owner Thinks ATM Theft a Professional Job
Wallace McKay owns Eddy's Restaurant a landmark on the Trans Canada near South Brook.
Alleged Victim Not Cooperating in Bear Spray Incident
Police responded to a call of an 18-year-old man who initially told police he had been bear-sprayed and his car stolen.
Two Taken to Hospital after Accident in HV-GB
RCMP say the driver lost control of her vehicle which crossed into oncoming traffic.
Minister to Meet with Advocate Following Revelation of Child Deaths
Minister Sandy Collins addressed the matter with media this morning following a government cabinet retreat in Corner Brook.
Man Convicted of Violent Attack Now in Custody
41-year-old Daniel Johnson had been unlawfully at large since mid-May.
Five Months House Arrest for Impaired Driver Caught Twice in One Day
63-year-old Dianne Bell refused the breathalyzer in January of 2012. In April of 2012, she failed the breathalyzer twice in the same day.


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