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Oct 31 , 2014
Bank Robber Still At Large
The man entered the Scotiabank on Elizabeth Avenue just before 5 p.m. yesterday.
Charges Laid After Man Grabs at RCMP Gun
Police say the man was released after a charge of impaired driving at the RCMP detachment in Harbour Grace when he made a grab for a gun in an officer's holster.
RNC: No Law Against Panhandlers At Intersections
The RNC says it has no authority to ticket or fine those begging for food or money in the medians of busy intersections.
'Complaints' in GFW Were Reports Blue Sky Itself Filed
Anne Whelan of Blue Sky says that over half of the calls to police were made by employees of Blue Sky for curfew violations.
Engineer Critical of North Spur Development
Dr. Stig Bernander says here haven't been enough studies done on slope stability in the region to justify the kind of activity Nalcor is planning.
St. John's Condos Sitting Empty in Cooling Market
Expect to see more apartments developed in the St. John's area in future thanks to a cooling in the condominium market.
Work Begins On New Marble Mountain Lift
The new 'Lightning Express' chair lift, is expected to be in operation at the latest by mid-January.
Eastern Health Investigating Six C. Difficile Cases
In five of the cases, the patients contracted the illness while in hospital, and the other was acquired prior to being admitted.
Pheasant Sightings near Quidi Vidi
They may not seem that common in Newfoundland, but ring-necked pheasants, like the one recently spotted in the Quidi Vidi Road area of St. John's, are not unheard of.
$1M for Ocean Science Students at Memorial
The Research and Development Corporation has announced an almost-$1 million allocation to support Ocean Science students at Memorial University.
Oct 30 , 2014
Armed Robbery at St. John's Bank
A man got away with an undisclosed amount of cash after an armed robbery at a bank in St. John's.
Manning Defends Character, Responds to Critics
The unelected Minister of Justice and Public Safety, Judy Manning says she's being personally attacked.
Wet Weekend in the Forecast
Environment Canada is urging residents to pay attention to the weekend forecasts as an area of rain moves into the island on Saturday and drops as much as 20 mm.
Pheasant Spotted in St. John's
Conservation officers were called to the Quidi Vidi Road area yesterday afternoon after receiving calls of a male pheasant strutting around in the area.
New Equipment for Marble Mountain Arrives
On site today, crews unloaded a 3.2 km long, 50,000 lbs haul cable for the new 'Lightning Express' chair lift.
Driver Arrested for False Plate
A 23-year-old man is facing a number of charges after an unusual traffic stop in Labrador City late last week.
Councillor Wants Medians Enforced to Prevent Panhandling
Art Puddister says those begging for food and money at busy intersections like Thorburn Road and Columbus Drive, or those that frequent Kelsey Drive, are a safety hazard.
Man Charged after Allegedly Grabbing for Officer's Weapon
64-year-old Robert Barrett made a brief court appearance this morning.
Accused Arsonist to Return for Pleas Next Month
Jenelle Coughlan appeared briefly at provincial court this morning.
Ageism and Demographic Shift a Topic at Seniors' Conference
By 2021, almost a quarter of the province will be over 65, a demographic shift that sets the tone for the seniors' conference taking place at St. Patrick's Mercy Home this week.
Gonzaga School Reopens after Security Threat
Students have now returned to class.
Change Islands Residents to Protest Wharf Condition
Chair of the Change Islands Harbour Authority, Weldon Pennell, says the condition of the structure is so poor it actually moves.
Corner Brook Group Home Moving after Complaints
It's the latest in a series of issues involving Blue Sky in recent months.
New Charges for Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Minor
Christopher Ford Butt appeared briefly at provincial court yesterday afternoon to face the new charges.
Eastern Health Conducting Ebola Preparedness Exercise
While the risk of the disease being contracted by someone in this province remains low, officials have been preaching safety.


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