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Mar 3 , 2015
Cargo Jet Collides with Building at St. John's Airport
The General Service building at St. John's International Airport is closed for damage assessment after a cargo jet collided with it early this morning.
Family Saved from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning By Quick-Thinking Mother, Com Tech
RNC say three people, a man, woman and child, were treated for carbon monoxide poisoning, and would have died were it not for the actions of the mother and a communications technician who received the call.
Mar 1 , 2015
Storm Warning Issued for Parts of Province
10-20 cm is expected for most areas.
Feb 28 , 2015
Search Continues for Missing Girl
17-year-old last seen at the Avalon Mall.
Mar 2 , 2015
Winter Storm Watches in Effect for Island
By the time the snow ends by tomorrow afternoon, some 20-30 cm will have fallen in the west.
Feb 28 , 2015
Warning for Woodstove Owners
People being warned of danger of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Feb 25 , 2015
RNC Gets Creative to Combat Distracted Driving
Parents dropping their children to Holy Family got a surprise this morning when they looked up from their cell phones and saw that the crossing guard was actually an RNC officer.
Feb 26 , 2015
Rod Stewart Playing in St. John's July 11
Stewart will play an outdoor concert on Confederation Hill July 11th. The venue is expected to attract up to 18,000 fans.
Missing St. John's Boy Found Safe
Police say Samet Berisa has been found and his safety has been ensured after being reported missing Monday morning on Harbour View Avenue.
Mar 1 , 2015
Residents Upset with Writer's Criticism of NL Obesity
The article by Norwegian author Karl Knausgaard appeared in the New York Times and the National Post after a trip to the Northern Peninsula and, in particular, an outing at Jungle Jim's Restaurant in St. Anthony.
Mar 3 , 2015
Major Privacy Breach as Employees Receive Other People's T4 Forms
At least four people who work in the Gander Municipal Affairs office received their own T4 and T4s from other employees in different departments.
Feb 28 , 2015
Papa's Serves Last Supper
Papa's Pier 17 will serve its last customers tonight.
Police Looking for Alleged Flasher
An older man exposed himself to a child at the Village Mall.
Feb 26 , 2015
Body of Missing Teen Recovered
17-year-old James Poker was reported missing over a week ago and extensive search efforts involving volunteers, local ground search and rescue teams, and the RCMP took place all along the coast.
Mar 2 , 2015
Writer on Obesity was 'Offensive' But Not Wrong: Nutritionist
A St. John's based nutritionist is not surprised by a Norwegian author's description of people in Newfoundland being some of the fattest he has ever seen.
Feb 25 , 2015
Adult Massage Parlour Controversy Raising Concerns in Sex Trade
Laura Winters of the Safe Harbour Outreach Program says the spotlight on massage parlours has some workers terrified that they will be 'outed', resulting in serious consequences in their regular lives.
Feb 26 , 2015
'I Had to Do the Right Thing For My Son' Says Mother Who Turned Son In
Susan Friedrich turned her son Stephen into the police hoping he would finally get the help he needed for a drug addiction.
Mar 2 , 2015
Local Man Stung by Scorpion on Plane in South America
A St. John's man is lucky to be alive after being stung by a scorpion while travelling in South America. Adam Young shared his story on Facebook.
Feb 27 , 2015
Two St. John's Bars Lose Licences for 90 Days
Allure on George and the Brimstone Pub have had their licences suspended for 90 days as the result of a Liquor Control Board tribunal held earlier this week.
Salmon Fest Planning Moving Ahead
The town of Grand Falls-Windsor is rolling with the punches following a major concert announcement yesterday that will be in direct conflict with this year's Salmon Fest.
Feb 28 , 2015
Accident Claims One Life, Sends Two More to Hospital
RCMP say pick up truck collided with a grader on the Trans Labrador Highway.
Feb 26 , 2015
Drone Used in Search for Missing Husky in CBS
Samantha Piercey lost her husky, Avalanche, over a month ago. She has enlisted the help of a man who flies drones as a hobby.
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Good Samaritan Saves Man and Car From Frigid Waters
Colin Hanames ran into trouble when the ice beneath his parked car gave way, sending him down an embankment into several feet of water.
Feb 28 , 2015
Scandinavian Writer Criticizes NL Obesity
Norwegian author Karl Knausgaard wrote for the New York Times, "everybody was fat except for the waiter."
Feb 27 , 2015
RNC Investigating Threats Against Accused Stabber: Chief Janes
Bob Buckingham says his client Raymond Stacey is charged with murder, and during his first court appearance he was threatened by members of the public.


 

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