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Apr 2 , 2015
NAPE Elects New President
Jerry Earle defeated long-time President Carol Furlong by fewer than 700 votes.
Ann Harvey Icebreaker Strikes Bottom Near Burgeo
The 26 crew members and two cadets on board are safe and there are no injuries.
Man Sent to Hospital after Altercation at Avalon Mall
A witness says one man stabbed the other with a set of keys.
'Slug' in Almond Milk Actually Mould
Wanita Bates says the Canadian Food Inspection Agency took a sample.
427 People Receive Extra Pension Benefits
In total, 427 people received more money than they should have, to the tune of $934,979.
Prison Guards Take Stand at Nelson Hart Trial
Hart is facing threats and mischief to property charges, stemming from a dispute over a spilled lunch at the prison in 2013.
Kaetlyn Osmond Meets with Fans in Mount Pearl
Olympic silver medalist skater Kaetlyn Osmond met with fans today at Coleman's in Mount Pearl.
Resident Concerned about Proposed Development Near Signal Hill
A resident of Signal Hill Road says she's surprised that not more people know about a proposed development for Temperance Street.
People Not Heeding Warning to Stay Away from Middle Cove Ice Wall
Mayor John Kennedy says people are risking their lives to get their picture taken in front of it.
Mining Site in Ming's Bight Closed after Fire
The Rambler Mines and Metals site near Ming's Bight is closed until rescue gear destroyed in a devastating fire last night is replaced.
Forget April Showers, it's Snow
Some areas getting 15-20 cm of snow tonight and overnight.
Duo Charged Following Theft from Clarenville Business
RCMP seized about $6,000 worth of stolen property from a vehicle.
FFAW President Pleased with Ottawa Meetings
A union delegation met with opposition leaders Thomas Mulcair and Justin Trudeau and also sat down with Fisheries Minister Gail Shea to discuss a variety of issues within the fishery.
Tiny Changes at Pumps, More in Home Heating
Spokesman George Murphy is predicting heating and stove oils will rise by 1.75 cents a litre, while diesel shows a drop of just 6/10ths of a cent, and gas is expected to go up again but only by 7/10ths of a cent.
Loss of Health Accord Will Continue to Impact Public Health: Finance Minister
The Finance Minister says it's unfortunate but the decision by the federal government to not renew the health accord leaves the province no choice but to adjust its budget.
FFAW Calls for Tentative Commercial Cod Fishery After Stock Grows 6000%
The President of the FFAW says he was surprised by the context of recent analysis by fisheries scientist George Rose on the status of northern cod stocks.
Hillier Blasts MPs Absent from ISIL Vote
Hillier says 37 MPs could not 'find it a high enough priority' to be in the House during the vote. He slammed them for not 'prioritizing their lives and schedules sufficiently to be there'.
'Sell Your Vinyl Castle in Suburbia and Move Downtown': Calls for Public Heritage Engagement
Heritage law reform, incentives for home owners, and education for the public were just some of the changes suggested at a packed town hall last night hosted by the Newfoundland and Labrador Historic Trust.
C-NLOPB to Issue New Oil Exploration Licenses in Flemish Pass
The C-NLOPB has issued a call for bids for exploratory licenses in the Flemish Pass. It marks the first call issued under the new scheduled land tenure regime.
Canadiens Owner Hopes to Bring More to Province Than Hockey
The owner of the Montreal Canadiens is hoping to expand the entertainment arm of his organization into this province.
Funding Secure, Status of Women Council Ramps Up Service
The Status of Women Council was one of several community groups that was unsure of its funding status until this week, when the provincial government assured them they would still be funded.
Funeral Today for Harold Druken Sr
The funeral for the man known as the unofficial mayor of Shea Heights will be held today.
Province Requesting Environmental Report on Proposal to Construct a Weir at Long Pond
The provincial government is requesting an Environmental Preview Report on a proposal by the city of St. John's to construct a wier at Long Pond.
Liberals Calling for Provincial Autism Strategy
Critic Andrew Parsons argues an overall plan would help address the lack of communication between departments responsible for providing autism related services.
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