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Nov 27 , 2015
Vickie Kaminski Resigns from Alberta Health Services
Former Eastern Health CEO resigns from Alberta Health Services.
Four Arrested on Cocaine, Marijuana Trafficking Charges
Police say two men and one woman, all in their early twenties, were arrested at a local business in St. John's yesterday afternoon. Over forty pounds of marijuana was seized and the three appeared in court today on charges of trafficking and possession for the purpose of trafficking.
VIDEO: Wabush Mayor to Fight Dismantling of Mine, Ball Encourages People to Get Involved
Colin Vardy is trying to organize a rally for tomorrow to prevent Cliffs from removing buildings from mine site.
Five People Facing Charges in Baie Verte Armed Home Invasion
The incident is not believed to be a random act, but a targeted robbery.
Children's Wish Foundation Warns of Door-to-Door Scam
The Children's Wish Foundation is warning the public after receiving reports of people canvassing door-to-door in the Bonavista and Glovertown areas over the last two weeks.
Oil May Rebound, But Not Quickly, says New Forecast
Vice President of Economic Analysis with CD Howe, Craig Alexander says while demand will rise, the pace will be less than expected.
Ball Insists, No Job Cuts from Liberal Government
He accused PC leader Paul Davis of employing "scare tactics" in the final days of the campaign.
Power Restored After Unit Trip Affects Island
Power has been restored to most areas after a unit trip at Holyrood has caused island-wide outages across the island.
Woman Arrested After Providing False Documents to Obtain Prescription Pills
A 32-year-old woman from Springdale has been arrested after police say she attempted to obtain prescription pills from the local hospital.
Pack the Back Initiative Kicked Off Today
The Paramedicine and Medical Transport staff of Central Health today are out in Grand Falls-Windsor and Springdale for the annual Pack the Back initiative.
VOCM Happy Tree and Kettle Drive Launched in Springdale
Springdale officially kick-started the Christmas season last evening with the launch of the Salvation Army VOCM Happy Tree and Kettle Drive.
ACAN Employees Shocked at Company Closure
The former worker - who asked not to be named - says workers were only given a formal indication that work at ACAN would cease a week before the doors closed.
Abengoa Bankruptcy Would Not Affect Project, Emera
Back in March, Abengoa was awarded a $200-million contract to build 400 kms of transmission lines on the west coast of Newfoundland and in Nova Scotia. On Wednesday, Abengoa's parent company in Spain filed for creditor protection.
Green Bay Doctor Apologizes for Indiscretions with Co-Worker, Patient
A doctor in central Newfoundland who crossed the line with female patients has apologized to his victims and to the people of Green Bay.
Fire Destroys Old Riffs Building in Botwood
No word on the cause of the fire, or if anyone has been injured at this time.
VIDEO: Eastern Health Takes to YouTube to Encourage People to Get Flu Shots
The Clinical Chief of Infection Prevention and Control at Eastern Health has taken to Youtube with a creative approach to encouraging people to get their flu shot.
Ron Hynes Tribute Concert Plays to Packed Ship
It was scheduled as a Ron Hynes concert, but instead it was a tribute with a who's who of musical talent.
Phone Scam Targets Newfoundland Power Customers
They say the imposters are requesting immediate payments - either through credit cards or money - or they say the power will be disconnected
Black Friday Sales Attract Early Morning Deal Hunters
It's Black Friday, the busiest shopping day of the year in the United States - and it's now becoming a busy one in Newfoundland too.
Another Fire on Bell Island
There's been yet another fire on Bell Island. Crews responded to a vehicle fire in the Freshwater area last night around 9:30.
Holyrood Pharmacy Robbed at Knife Point
The RCMP say they have a suspect in mind, but nobody has yet been arrested.
Woman Armed with Syringe Robs Cash, Cigarettes
There's been another armed robbery in the capital city where a needle was the weapon of choice.
Helicopter Flyovers Expected Today in Grand Falls-Windsor
Don't be alarmed if you see helicopters overheard in Grand-Falls-Windsor today.
Provincial Sports Page
Hockey, basketball
Thursday's Scores/Friday's Schedule
IceCaps back in action tonight
Nov 26 , 2015
Ron Hynes' Daughter Seeks Missing Photos
The daughter of the late Ron Hynes is turning to the public to help her track down some precious keepsakes.
Mount Pearl Minor Hockey Gearing Up for 'Big Give'
The players of the Mount Pearl Minor Hockey League are gearing up for the forth annual "Big Give." Spokesperson Pauline Noble says they came up with the idea four years ago as a way to thank those who support the young hockey players.
ACAN Windows in Paradise Closes
The FFAW says it was blindsided by the closure of ACAN in the province.
NAPE Appalled By How VON Members Were Informed It Was Shutting Down
VON has filed for bankruptcy protection and is ceasing operations in six provinces, including Newfoundland and Labrador.
Employers' Council on Creating Opportunity in a Changing Economic Climate
A panel discussion on creating opportunity in a changing economic climate kicked off the Newfoundland and Labrador Employers' Council Conference in St. John's this morning.
Just a Few Hours Left to Donate Aeroplan Miles to a Good Cause
The Cancer Care Foundation is reminding the public there is just hours left of it's Aeroplan Matching Campaign.
Appleton Celebrates Seniors with Supper and Social
The Town of Appleton is getting into the Christmas spirit - and recognizing it's seniors.
Doctor Pleads Guilty at Disciplinary Hearing
Dr. Todd Young was practicing in Springdale when he engaged in a sexual relationship with a woman for about three years.
No Injuries After Cement Mixer Catches Fire
There were no injuries in an unusual fire this morning in CBS. A cement mixer at the construction site for the new school in Kelligrews caught fire.
Port au Port Man Facing Charges of Assault
A 29-year-old Port au Port man is facing a number of charges following an incident in the community yesterday evening.
Hynes Defends Going Public About Uncle's Addiction
Joel Thomas Hynes has taken some criticism for his Facebook post about Ron Hynes, but feels his uncle would understand.
Lecture Discussing Deep Brain Stimulation Takes Place This Afternoon
A local neurologist will give a lecture this afternoon in St. John's to discuss the benefits of Deep Brain Stimulation in treating Parkinson's and other neurological conditions.
Abacus Poll Shows Commanding Liberal Lead
With just a few days to the election, another Abacus Data poll shows the Liberals have a 42 point lead over the PCs, with the NDP even further back in third place.
Problem with Addictions is Still Access to Services, say Advocates
The acting CEO of the Canadian Mental Health Association says the biggest issue related to mental health and addictions in this province is access to services.
Gas Goes Up, All Other Fuels Down
Prices at the gas pumps are up this morning by 1.5 cents a litre.
Poverty Levels Over Four Times Higher in Young Families Than Seniors: Study
While an estimated 350-thousand seniors over the age of 65 are living below the poverty line across Canada, upwards of 3.2-million adults between the ages of 18-64 are struggling to get by.
NL Power Offers Reward After Substation Vandalism
Newfoundland Power says vandals entered three substations in Gambo, Hare Bay, and Trinity this week. In each case, copper grounding wire connected to high voltage electricity was stolen.
Traffic Stop Results in Drug Bust
A brief investigation determined the presence of marijuana and a small quantity was seized.
Flake House Plans to Retain Historic Character of Quidi Vidi: Perrin
Chef Todd Perrin says they're hoping to develop a new restaurant and event centre where the old restaurant - vacant for nearly a decade - now stands.
Lake Melville Candidate Wants Answers on Contamination Report
The Liberal candidate in Lake Melville wants to know why Nalcor hasn't met with the Nunatsiavut government about a report on methylmercury.
Provincial Sports Page
Pasquale and Bozon Recalled to the IceCaps
The Montreal Canadiens have reassigned forward Tim Bozon to the IceCaps from the Brampton Beast of the ECHL, and have recalled goaltender Eddie Pasquale to the IceCaps.
Nov 25 , 2015
Bill Clarke Sued by Local Businessman
Local businessman John "Bull" Cook is suing property developer Bill Clarke and his company, Powder House Hill Investments, to the tune of $200,000.
Judge will Render Preliminary Decision for Raymond Stacey Next Week
A decision in the lengthy preliminary inquiry for accused murderer Raymond Stacey will be rendered at provincial court next week.
Liberal Lead Over Tories Cut in Half in Latest Poll
The latest provincial political poll shows the Liberals still poised to form the next government, but their lead has been cut by an increase in support for both the PCs and the NDP.

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