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Oct 13 , 2015
Phillips Not a Regular at Captain's Quarters: Staff
The owner of the Captain's Quarter's Hotel says he and his staff are not familiar with the man charged with the murder of 63-year-old Larry Wellman in the building's bar a week ago Saturday.
Man Accused of Animal Neglect Fails to Show in Court, Warrant Issued
Ross Martin was set to enter guilty pleas and be sentenced for animal neglect today, but he failed to show up at court.
Elderly Woman, Young Man Killed in Sheshatshiu Crash
RCMP say the single-vehicle accident happened on the highway between Happy Valley-Goose Bay and North West River Saturday evening.
RCMP Lay Over 900 Charges During Operation Impact
Most of the infractions, nearly 600 in total, were in relation to speeding or aggressive driving.
Random Island Man Taken to Hospital after Barricading Himself in Home
RCMP say a man in his 30s has been taken to hospital as a precaution following a situation that played out in Robinson's Bight on Random Island.
Shotgun Reported Stolen from Curling Area
A 12 gauge shotgun was reportedly stolen from a vehicle sometime between Tuesday and Friday of last week.
Crocker Given Suspended Sentence for HMP Assault
Anthony Crocker was found guilty of a single charge of common assault in August, and was convicted of the offence this morning.
Tragic Anniversary to be Marked with Walk Against Violence, Memorial
Two years ago on that day the world changed forever for Phil and Debbie Hibbs when their daughter Juliane and her finacÚ Vince Dillon were shot to death.
Tickets Going Fast for IceCaps Home Opener
President and CEO Danny Williams says tickets are disappearing fast for opening night.
Torbay Residents Concerned that Patch Work Looks Unfinished
One of the machines used to pave it broke down and is getting repaired.
The Legacy of Paul 'PJ' Johnson
Johnson, who quietly donated millions to projects aimed at promoting the heritage of the province, passed away Monday at the age of 86.
Arctic Security Conference on Now in St. John's
As climate change makes Arctic exploration much more possible, world-wide attention is turning to development opportunities in the far north.
Woman Arrested After Threats, Causing Disturbance
A 33-year-old woman is facing charges after an incident at a business in Portugal Cove-St. Philip's.
Stephenville Man says Land Assessment Jumped 2,000-3,000 Per cent
Tom Rose says on one hand, the land isn't worth anything because he can't build a house on it, yet it's worth a half a million dollars.
Questions for MUN Debate Released to Party Leaders
VOCM Open Line host Paddy Daly is moderating the event tomorrow evening at MUN's Bruneau Centre. It is open to the public.
Hebron to Roll Out Major Component This Week
The company has a special event planned for Thursday to mark the milestone.
Parsons Calls for Marine Atlantic Review
The Liberal MHA for Burgeo - La Poile is calling for more review and conversation about the function of Marine Atlantic and its impact on the entire island.
Animal Rights Advocates Call for More Protections from Party Leaders
Voice for the Voiceless, a not-for-profit organization advocating for animal rights has sent a letter to all three party leaders calling for more to be done to protect animals in the province.
PTSD Artist Showcase Begins Tomorrow
Behind the Mask, PTSD: A Journey of Recovery" will feature photographs by patients of Eastern Healths' ARRIVA Program.
Petty Harbour Mini Aquarium Releases Sea Animals
A large group of people visited the St. Philip's Marina today for the release of sea animals from the Petty Harbour Mini Aquarium.
Public Education Talk Kick Off Today
A panel is traveling the province looking to hear from the public on what they want and expect from the public education system.
Softball Championships in Metro Next Year
NL the defending champs.
Monday's Scores/Tuesday's Schedule
Jays force fifth and deciding game
Oct 12 , 2015
Captain's Quarters Shooting Suspect Back in Court Friday
27-year-old Brandon Phillips was arrested without incident one week after the murder of Larry Wellman during an attempted armed robbery of the St. John's hotel.
St. John's City Closures for Thanksgiving
Parking meter rules will not be enforced today. There's also no garbage collection, which means the collection day for all residents moves ahead by a day continuing until Saturday. City hall is closed which means the regular weekly meeting of council will go ahead tomorrow.


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