Oct 25 , 2014

Man Seriously Injured after Beating at House Party

The injured man is still in Carbonear Hospital with serious head injuries.

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Garbage Truck Hooks Utility Wires

Downtown street closed for several hours.

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Hydro Moving Transformer to Sunnyside

New one for Sunnyside fails the test.

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Car Crashes Continue to Mount

There were accidents in St. John's, CBS, and Mount Pearl.

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Charlene Johnson's Father to Run in District

Ron Johnson will be PC candidate in the Trinity Bay de Verde byelection.

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Drunken Metrobus Rider Arrested

Court had ordered him not to consume alcohol.

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Sports Figure Passes Away

Edgar Hartery, a fixture at sporting events in the St.John's region, has passed away.

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18 Months for George Street Stabbing

24 year old Corey Leger sentenced in connection with incident caught on tape.

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Pair Charged After Kenmount Terrace Break In

35 year old man and 20 year old woman each charged.

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Fatal Vehicle-Pedestrian Accident in Corner Brook

RNC say an 84-year-old woman was killed when she was struck by a 39-year-old man driving an SUV.

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Accused in Police Chase Denied Bail

Jamie Reardon is facing charges of dangerous driving, flight from police, and multiple breaches. The 31-year-old had no license, and already owes about $20,000 in fines.

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Key Witness Continues Cross Examination on Stand

Billy Power is due to be back on the stand next week.

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Union Officials not Giving up on Wabush Mines

The company laid off some 500 workers last February after idling the mine.

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Soldiers Resolved, Proud, Following Attacks

Soldiers attending a vigil for those who lost their lives while serving in Afghanistan say they will continue to serve their country with pride.

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FFAW Pleased with New Halibut Tagging Program

FFAW President Earle McCurdy says more accurate method to guage halibut populations is necessary.

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Hydro Advise of Slow Moving Traffic

A large piece of equipment will be on the move tomorrow morning from Holyrood to Sunnyside.

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IceCaps Back in Action Tonight

Bridgeport Sound Tigers in town.

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Provincial Sports Page

Hockey, Sea-Hawks

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Friday's Games, Saturday's Schedule

The Royals now lead the World Series two games to one.

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