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May 29 , 2015
Liberal Party Broke No Rules, Says Ball
Liberal Leader Dwight Ball says the party is in compliance with Elections NL, and a deal struck with three banks to pay off debt has no impact on taxpayers.
Diesel the Pitbull to be Euthanized
Dog behaviour expert Ken Reid assessed Diesel, who bit two children in April. He says it's too late to rehabilitate the pitbull.
Bail Review for Man Involved in Christmas Day Shotgun Fracas
William Riggs was originally denied bail in December, but his lawyer believes his situation has changed dramatically since the initial bail hearing.
Helicopter Simulator for NL to Open in 2016
The new training facility will allow for flights in a controlled environment.
No Charges to be Laid in Mary's Harbour Lock Down
RCMP say while indications of threats led to the lock down, no threats were made to the school, staff or students.
WWI Exhibit Recieves $3.2-Million Donation
Philanthropist Elinor Gill Ratcliffe donated the money, and requested the space be named the Royal Newfoundland Regiment Gallery.
Steele Communications and VOCM Cares Receive COD-NL's Inclusion Award
The award is for COD-NL's 'Slice of Life' Awareness Campaign.
Police and Peace Officer Award Recipients Named
This year's winners are Constable Scott Mosher of the RNC, Corner Brook region; Staff Sergeant Donald Rogers of the Happy Valley-Goose Bay detachment of the RCMP and DFO Fishery Officer Sherry Pittman.
VOCM Local Hero: Josh Dawson of 'I Am Genie'
Josh Dawson started the foundation after his father's death seven years ago.
Burgers, But No Donuts for This Week's Classic Car Enthusiasts
Every Thursday for over 50 years when the weather is nice, car enthusiasts have gathered at A&W on Kenmount Road. After last week's incident the RNC had a presence last night, but the focus stayed on the cars.
Torbay Family Wins $1-Million Home
Don Furlong says they have lived in Torbay for a long time, but that is about to change.
Teens Breaching Court Orders Held Overnight
A busy night for the RNC who arrested two teenagers in separate incidents.
Public Tips Off RNC on Driver 3X Legal Limit
The 62-year-old man had a blood alcohol level that was three times the legal limit, he was charged with impaired driving, failing the Breathalyzer, driving while prohibited and breach of court orders.
Town of Cupids Votes Not to Purchase Legacy Centre
The vote was 232 to 113, with many residents saying it's too expensive.
Burin RCMP Investigating Boat Harbour Break In
Police say someone broke into the Midway Lounge Gas Bar and Restaurant in Boat Harbour. There's no immediate word on whether anything was taken.
Province Looks to Increase Fines for Oil Spills
Through legislative changes, if approved, offshore operators could be responsible for $1-billion in clean-up costs and damages from an oil spill without proof of fault, it in effect establishes a 'polluter'pays' principle.
St. John's Sees Decline in Recycling
City council is trying to find out why less recycling is being picked up at the curb.
Liberals Want Increase to University Blue Zone Tickets
The ticket for parking illegally in a blue zone at MUN is only $20.
No Final Decision on Health Cuts: Kent
Minister Steve Kent says cuts to health boards have not yet been decided.
Wabush Mines Dust Up in House of Assembly
The dust from the closed mines kept some children indoors last summer,and the Liberals want it fixed.
Studies on Hemophilia in Twillingate to be Featured at Symposium
Twillingate has the highest reported incidence of mild hemophilia A in the world.
Dale Jarvis, Mummers Festival Among Those Recognized at St. John's Tourism Awards
The most prestigious award went to local storyteller Dale Jarvis.
May 28 , 2015
Threat Forces Lock Down at Mary's Harbour School
A local teenager has been detained and police are interviewing a number of possible witnesses.
Cabot Tower Closed for Repairs
Parks Canada says tower will be closed for six to eight weeks.
Committee Calls for Permanent Cleanup of Manolis L
The Manolis L Citizens' Response Committee is concerned more fuel will leak from the sunken paper carrier.


 

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