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Sep 22 , 2014
Cause of Fatal Accident Under Investigation
The crash happened on Bay Bulls Road near the Old Bay Bulls Road intersection, known locally as Purcell's turn, shortly before 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
Electronics Recycling Program Overcharging: NDP
Consumers are forced to pay a recycling tax on virtually all electronics including cell phones, TV's and stereos, payable at point of purchase.
Kitchen Fire Damages Apartment at Tommy Sexton Centre
Two adults are living in temporary quarters after fire damaged an apartment in a residential unit at the Tommy Sexton Centre in the east end of St. John's.
St. John's Eyeing $81 Million Dollar Capital Works Project
The money would be spent mainly on roads, water and sewer infrastructure.
Government Should Apologize to Moose Victims: Crosbie
The lawyer was behind the class-action lawsuit that argued the province was negligent by failing to do enough to protect drivers from moose-vehicle accidents.
Snowclearing Overhaul Beginning in Capital City: Galgay
The capital came under fire last winter for leaving snow piled up on streets and sidewalks, and not being fast enough off the mark after the snow began to fall.
Trial Begins Today in Botched Robbery Shooting
The murder trial for Philip Pynn and Lyndon Butler,accused of shooting Nick Winsor in 2011, is scheduled to begin today at Supreme Court.
St. John's Workers Ratify New Contract
The deal, ratified in a vote Friday, includes an 18% wage increase over four years and a prorated signing bonus of up to $1,000.
Heritage Approves New Sign for Bowring Building
The illuminated 20' x 4' sign will be situated on the top stack of the parking area facing Harbour Drive.
Igor's Fourth Anniversary Marked With Wind and Rain
Environment Canada has rainfall warnings in place for Bay St. George and the west and south coasts from Burgeo to Port aux Basques, while wind warnings have been issued for most of the island from St. John's to Northern Peninsula.
New Exhibit Features Unsung Hero of Beaumont Hamel
Lt.-Col. Thomas Nangle negotiated the purchase of the battlefield that would become Beaumont Hamel Memorial Park, and was instrumental in creating the National War Memorial in St. John's.
Oxygen Given to Cat after House Fire
A cat was given oxygen, but is otherwise okay after a fire on Ladysmith Drive in St. John's. Neighbours spotted smoke coming from the rear of the bungalow around 4:00 p.m. yesterday and called 911.
Aging Population 'Bubble' Could Mean Trouble in Near Future
Memorial University's Harris Centre says more research needs to be done to address a demographic 'bubble' that has been created by the province's aging population.
Armed Robbery a Concern for Petty Hr. Council
RNC haven't said what type of weapon was used in the robbery at Petty Harbour Convenience just before 10:00 p.m. Saturday.
St. John's Native Signs On with Leafs
18-year-old Cody Donaghey of St. John's has been signed on a three-year entry-level contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
NHL Exhibition Games at Mile One
Islanders-Senators playing two games.
MUN Sea-Hawks Wrap
The two soccer teams come away with three victories and a tie.
Provincial Sports Page
Soccer, softball, hockey
Sunday's Scores/Monday's Schedule
Seattle wins Super Bowl rematch.
Sep 21 , 2014
House Fire in Kenmount Terrace
A fire caused extensive damage to a home on Ladysmith Drive in St. John's. Neighbours spotted smoke coming from the rear of the bungalow around 4 p.m. and called 911.
Fatal Crash in St. John's
RNC are investigating a single-vehicle crash near the intersection of Bay Bulls Road and Old Bay Bulls Road.
Fire Strikes Tommy Sexton Centre
A man and a woman released from hospital.
Wind and Heavy Rain Warnings for Monday
Environment Canada has issued a wind warning for virtually all of the island and rain warnings for much of the south and west coasts.
Motorcyclist Pulled Over for No Helmet, Now Facing Charges
A 56-year-old motorcyclist in St. John's has had his bike impounded and now has a date with the courts on several charges.
Armed Robbery in Petty Harbour
It happened at a convenience store in Petty Harbour shortly before 10 last night.


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