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Aug 29 , 2015
House Fire in Foxtrap
Firefighters from CBS on scene.
Car Crash on Burin Peninsula
A car left the highway and landed in the ditch near the Boat Harbour turn-off.
Homeowners Startle Intruder
There were no injuries after suspect broke into home on Elizabeth Avenue.
Motorcycle-Car Collide on Torbay Rd.
Biker rushed to hospital, motorcycle heavily damaged.
No Details Available on Unusual Incident
A 15-year-old girl remains in hospital with serious injuries following incident in Torbay Thursday night.
Drunk Drivers Removed from Road Thanks to Public
Tips were called in about two separate impaired drivers in metro.
Woman Retrieves Stolen Motorcycle
Heather Dalton's only means of transportation is her 2011 Kawasaki Ninja which went missing sometime Sunday or Monday.
Photos Released in Convenience Store Break-In
Just after 2 a.m. June 23, two men gained access to Whale's Back Convenience.
Former Daycare Operator Pleads Guilty to Fraud
63-year-old Carmella Singleton admitted to the court yesterday to making unauthorized purchases with centre funds between 2004 and 2011.
No Government Plans to Change Staffing at Cape St. Mary's
Bird biologist Dr. Bill Montevecchi raised the matter this week after a recent visit to the cape.
Police Investigating Incident Caught on Video
RCMP say they are investigating an apparent case of indecent exposure and are in the process of identifying the people caught on tape.
Secure Treatment Legislation for Youth Coming says Minister
Steve Kent says they're trying to balance meeting the needs of young people addicted to drugs, and their right to refuse care.
Dentists Talk Patient Anxiety at Conference
Karen Raposa, whose autistic son is now 16, opened up about her life and personal experience during an emotional presentation to the Canadian Dental Association AGM at the Delta in St. John's yesterday.
Moose Hunting Season Opens, Safety Concerns Raised
Verdon Brown of Peterview says the province's new roadside hunt begins today and he's afraid it'll end in disaster.
Salvation Army Set to Begin Work on New Downtown Centre
The new building will be constructed on Springdale Street, the site of two aging buildings owned by the church.
Friday's Scores, Saturday's Schedule
Edmonton downed Toronto in CFL action.
Provincial Sports Page
DC Galway Hitmen 4-1 at the nationals
Aug 28 , 2015
Police Investigating Indecent Act at Hoedown
Video of the alleged act has surfaced on YouTube with tens of thousands of views.
Car Fire on TCH Near Salmonier Line
Holyrood RCMP advise drivers to slow down in the area.
Decision Coming in CNA Daycare Fraud Case
Carmella Singleton was running the daycare centre at College of the North Atlantic between 2004 and 2011, when she defrauded the organization of more than $65,000.
Aircraft Has Close Call with Drone near Gander Airport
An Exploits Valley Air Services Cessna was getting ready to approach the runway at the Gander Airport, when a drone passed about 100 feet below the aircraft.
Man Missing from St. John's Area
50-year-old Andrew James Parsons was last seen July 17th in the area of Wigmore Court in St. John's.
Settlement a 'Smack in the Face' to Family of Man who Had Savings Stolen from Hospital Safe
The family of a man from Harbour Round who has his life savings stolen from a hospital safe while he was lying on his death bed have received letters from the Supreme Court of Canada saying they're each entitled to $99.86.
'Firefighters Can't Leave City in Danger to Serve Outside Area': Union
The head of the firefighters' union in Corner Brook doubts that firefighters could have saved the home in Pinchgut Lake yesterday even if they had responded.
Investigators Trying to Piece Together What Happened to Teen in 'Unusual Incident'
Reports came last night in that there were a couple of cars on the side of Country Drive with their hazard lights on and a young girl lying in the roadway.
Woman Accused of Murder Breaches Bail Condition
Pamela Pike found herself in trouble with the law again last week when she breached one of her bail conditions - in this case, it was her curfew.
Cat Comes Back after Missing for 10 Months, Another after 15 Months
A St. John's family has been reunited with their lost cat after 10 long months on the missing list.
Mechanical Issues Cancel Atlantic Vision Crossing
One round trip to and from Argentia has been cancelled - those passengers will now travel out of Port aux Basques.
Biologist Calls for Reinstatement of Manager at Bird Sanctuary
In three of the last four years, gannets at the world renowned colony have abandoned their chicks, leading to efforts to find out what's happening and why.
Emergency Landing in Stephenville
American Airlines Airbus touches down without incident.
Jogger Knocked Down in Kenmount Terrace
The 36-year-old woman was out for a run at about 8:30 when she was struck by a vehicle making a left-hand turn on Great Eastern Avenue.
Tip from Public Leads to Long List of Charges for Drunk Driver
The RNC picked up a suspected impaired driver overnight after a tip from the public.
RNC Pick Up Several on Outstanding Warrants
The RNC picked up a few people on outstanding warrants in metro last night.
NDP Critic Says Government Putting off Fracking Decision Until After Election
When mandated last October, government had hoped the independent review panel would make recommendations within a year, but now the panel isn't expected to complete its work until February.
Advocacy Group Pushing for Treatment and Detox Legislation for Youth
Ruby Hoskins says the proposed Secure Treatment and Detox Legislation for Youth would provide a mandatory court order for treatment of those aged 12-18.
Premier Calls for Waiving of Federal Tariff on Ferries
Paul Davis argues the fee to Newfoundland and Labrador should be waived because the federal government did the same for a ferry destined for British Columbia.
Eating Disorder Foundation Fighting for Inpatient Program for Adults
Executive Director Paul Thomey says eating disorders can be classified as a mental health illness, but their physical impacts can be fatal.
Comic from St. John's Finalist in Contest, Will Perform at Just for Laughs
Ryan Dillon won an online contest, garnering the most votes in SiriusXm's Top Comic contest.
IceCaps' Schedule out
Season kicks off Oct. 10 in Hartford.
Provincial Sports Page
Hitmen 3-1 at National Senior Men's Fastpitch Championship.
Thursday's Scores/Friday's Schedule
Jays' bats go cold.
Aug 27 , 2015
Gas Down Over Six Cents
Consumer Group spokesman George Murphy cites financial turmoil in China as a reason for the lower prices.
Driver Sent to Hospital after Garbage Truck Rollover in Colinet
The driver of the truck has been taken to hospital with undisclosed injuries.
Cabin Fire at Pinchgut Lake
The city of Corner Brook recently put out a policy barring the local fire department from responding to fires outside the city's jurisdiction.
Materials Recovery Facility Opens in Norris Arm
State of the art equipment at central's new Materials Recovery Facility sorts paper, aluminum, metal containers and plastic, keeping those products out of the landfill.
Heavy Equipment Operator is Set for Life
Jonathan Patey says he was shocked when he saw the three umbrellas on his scratch ticket indicating he was the Set for Life grand prize winner.
Backward System Leads to Courts Full of People with Mental Illnesses or Addictions: Lawyer
Erin Breen estimates that 90 per cent of offenders fall in one category or the other. The problem is she says, there's no residential treatment centre in the capital city.
RNC Looking for Missing Man Last Seen in NL 10 Months Ago
The family of 32-year-old Aaron Dragonetti, who live outside the province, reported him missing in November.
Liberals Criticizing P3s While Planning Waterford Replacement with Private Partnership: Premier
The government's plan to increase long term care beds through public-private partnerships has been highly criticized by opposition parties and unions since it was announced in the spring.
McCurdy Not Ruling Out Spending Cuts Given Commodity Prices
Earl McCurdy says a more balanced approach is needed to budgeting, but he admits it will be challenging with no easy solution.



 
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