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Jan 25 , 2015
Storm Surge Warning for Newfoundland
Marine Atlantic ferries are tied up.
Jan 21 , 2015
Fatal Crash in Terra Nova
The accident claimed the life of a 70-year-old.
Jan 24 , 2015
Teen Not Old Enough to Drive Handed Suspension
The 15-year-old, who in not old enough to drive, was pulled over in Mount Pearl.
Jan 25 , 2015
Injured Snowmobiler Recovering in Hospital
The dramatic rescue operation included the use of a hovercraft, helicopter and several snowmobiles.
Jan 22 , 2015
Burned Rennie's Mill Home Belonged to Newfoundland's First Novelist
Fire officials say the exact cause is yet to be determined in a fire yesterday that damaged a heritage structure on Rennie's Mill Road in St. John's.
Snow and Wind Coming for Much of Island
The stretch from St. John's to central Newfoundland and along the south coast as far as Burgeo is expecting 10-15 cm of snow, which will be heavy at times overnight.
Jan 21 , 2015
Editor Responds to Criticism of 'Pathetic in Pink' Column
Joey Neary who first posted the piece online says gender stereotyping is a problem, but not one to solve in such a "hateful" way.
Sidewalk Plow Overturns in St. John's, Operator in Hospital
A City of St. John's sidewalk plow has overturned while cleaning sidewalks this morning on Columbus Drive.
Jan 25 , 2015
Power Outages East to West
Making headway restoring service to Corner Brook.
Jan 20 , 2015
'Just Watch Me': Davis Prepares to Cut Government Spending
The province is looking at a deficit of nearly one-billion dollars, and Davis says he is not ruling out anything when it comes to cutting spending.
Jan 19 , 2015
More Delays for Holyrood Combustion Turbine
After several successful tests and run-ups to bringing the new unit online an issue was identified with a bearing in the starting unit requiring replacement.
Jan 23 , 2015
Bill 42 Passes after All-Night Session
After some compromises, Premier Paul Davis and Liberal Leader Dwight Ball say they are satisfied with the bill, while but NDP Leader Lorraine Michael says her parties was 'shunned.'
Jan 21 , 2015
More Retail Chains Following Target Out of Canada
Last week Target Canada announced it was shutting down all 133 locations. Sony, Mexx, and Smart Set are doing the same, while the Bombay Company and locally-founded Bowring & Co. may not be far behind.
Jan 19 , 2015
None Injured After Gunshot Fired in Carbonear
Trinity-Conception RCMP are investigating a single gunshot fired into a home in Crocker's Cove, Carbonear.
Jan 20 , 2015
Winter Storm Hits Labrador West
After accumulating more than 65 centimetres of snow, Labrador City mayor Karen Oldford says spirits are high, and work is being done to get things back to normal.
Jan 25 , 2015
Babysitter Arrested after Child Injured in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
RCMP say the 44-year-old woman has been charged with one count of assault causing bodily harm.
Jan 20 , 2015
Bennett Denies Making Controversial Comment
Liberal Andrew Parsons had posed a question about whether all cabinet positions were on the table when cutting, when it was alleged that Bennett stated Minister Judy Manning's position was "under the table".
Jan 25 , 2015
Province hit by Wind, Rain and Snow
By 8:30 this morning, Burgeo had the most rain - 35.1 mm. The strongest wind gusts were reported at Wreckhouse - 154 km/h. The trailer in the photo above flipped in central.
Jan 22 , 2015
Three Years in Jail for Former Myles Leger Lawyer
Bill Parsons pleaded guilty to fraud over $5,000 in December. Several other fraud and conspiracy charges were withdrawn.
Up to Seven Years in Jail for Man Convicted of Sexually Assaulting Siblings
The man will not be identified to protect the identity of his two younger brothers and sister.
Jan 25 , 2015
'See You Monday' - Wanted Man Responds to RNC Facebook Post
29-year-old Rodney Wayne Constantine is wanted for breach of probation and failing to appear, as well as several traffic charges.
Jan 19 , 2015
Two Suspected in East End Armed Robbery
Police say that at about 6:30 Sunday evening a business in the east of St. John's was targeted by two men in an armed robbery.
Jan 22 , 2015
Dunderdale Ranked as Nation's Top Fiscal Manager: Report
The report from the Fraser Institute looked at 10 premiers, five former and five present, and gave them a score out of 100 based on three main components: spending, taxes, and debt. Former premier Kathy Dunderdale scored 84.6.
Jan 25 , 2015
Three Cab Drivers Subdue Drunk, Angry Passenger
The 32-year-old man was is facing three charges of assault.
Jan 23 , 2015
Outrage Over One-Year Sentence for Multiple Sex Offender
52-year-old Ralph Rumbolt faced charges involving five victims under the age of 16, dating back to 1981.


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