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Apr 30 , 2016
Carbonear Reeling Following Fatal Weekend Fire
RCMP have not released any further details on the incident, including the cause of the fire.
Apr 26 , 2016
Father Charged With Murder Faces Judge from Hospital Bed
Trent Butt is charged with killing his five-year-old daughter and setting fire to their home. He posted this picture on Facebook just hours before the fire.
Apr 25 , 2016
Anonymous Account Weighs in on Budget 2016
While there is no confirmation that it is from the group, nor is there any way really to confirm it, a video purporting to be Anonymous and matching their editing and style appeared on Youtube yesterday.
Apr 27 , 2016
Bull Arm Workers Blame Dwight Ball for Unplowed Roads
Road conditions on the highway between St. John's and Bull Arm continue to deteriorate in the snow with cars off the road and little done to clear the way, and one worker puts the blame squarely on the Premier.
Connor McGrath Passes Away at Thirteen Following Battle with Cancer
13-year-old Connor McGrath, a young boy whose is family is originally from Newfoundland and whose story captured the hearts of people in this province has lost his battle with cancer.
Apr 26 , 2016
Explosion from Film Set Rocks St. John's Neighbourhoods
Callers to the VOCM Newsroom were shaken by the sound of a large explosion around 11:15 last night.
Apr 27 , 2016
Premier Defends Budget, Evasive on Possible Changes
Premier Dwight Ball appeared on the VOCM morning show to defend his government's highly criticized fiscal plan.
Apr 29 , 2016
Thousands Gather in Harbour Grace to Remember Quinn Butt
An estimated 3,000 people wore pink and purple and lit candles in the dark for Quinn Butt, the 5-year-old girl murdered in Carbonear last Sunday.
Aunt Loses Phone at Vigil
The aunt of Quinn Butt lost her phone which contains pictures of her niece, at last night's vigil.
Apr 27 , 2016
Snow Turns to Sun in Metro Area
A repeat performance by Mother Nature forced the closure of schools in the metro region, at least for the morning.
Apr 29 , 2016
Outrage as Library Closures Target Rural Newfoundland
The 54 libraries closing mean that many will no longer have access to services without paying to take a ferry, or traveling up to an hour and a half away.
Apr 24 , 2016
Former Premier to Government: Do Away with Levy
Roger Grimes, who was premier for almost three years, says the levy is the worst kind of tax.
Apr 29 , 2016
'From Have Not, To Have, To Been Had': Protesters March on Confed Building
Hundreds of people gathered at the Confederation Building to protest the provincial government's latest austerity measures in just one of several protests across the province this morning.
Apr 27 , 2016
Obscene Caller Disconnected, Thanks to RNC
Corner Brook RNC, with the help of the Constabulary in St. John's, tracked down the suspect in a case of obscene and harassing phone calls.
Apr 26 , 2016
Teachers Killed in Tragic Accident Commemorated at House of Assembly
Condolences were offered to the families, friends, and coworkers of two men who lost their lives in a tragic accident last week.
Apr 28 , 2016
Good News for Carbonear Man Caught Without Denture Plan
An elderly Carbonear man can no longer get dentures due to budget cuts, however his teeth have already been removed for the procedure.
Apr 24 , 2016
Hebron Modules Suffer Damage In Bull Arm Incident
No one was injured in the incident last Thursday.
Apr 27 , 2016
High Illiteracy Rates are Reason to Make Changes: Dale Kirby
Education Minister, Dale Kirby says if the system we have isn't working, something has to happen to fix it.
Apr 26 , 2016
Number of Eliminated Teaching Units Increases: NLTA
The NLTA says the number of teaching units being eliminated in the province has grown, thanks to the closure of five schools.
Apr 25 , 2016
Man Spends Night in Lock-Up After Scene at St. Clare's Hospital
Police showed up at St. Clare's Hospital in west-end St. John's just before 8:00 last evening after they got a report of a situation involving an impaired person at the facility.
Apr 27 , 2016
Over Half of NL Libraries Closing Over Next Two Years
64 jobs will be affected as 54 libraries across the province close due to budget cuts.
Apr 28 , 2016
RCMP Continue Investigation into Carbonear Fire
Harbour Grace RCMP are looking to speak with witnesses of Sunday morning's fire.
Premier, Former Union Leader Spar on Open Line
Former Union President at Wabush Mines, Jim Skinner confronted the Premier on Open Line today.
Apr 25 , 2016
Trail of Caribou School Trip Cancelled for Concerns of Terrorism
Mount Pearl Senior High School students were supposed to go on the Trail of Caribou tour which stretches from Brussels to France, but in light of the recent shootings in both countries they have decided to abandon the trip.
Apr 27 , 2016
Mourners Wearing Pink and Purple for Five Year Old's Vigil
The vigil for Quinn Butt, who passed away following a house fire on Saturday, will take place on Thursday at St. Francis Field in Harbour Grace.


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