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Nov 25 , 2015
Victorian Order of Nurses Ceasing Operations in NL
VON has filed for bankruptcy protection and is ceasing operations in six provinces including Newofundland and Labrador.
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.
Metrobus Driver Receives Heroism Award
A Metrobus driver has been recognized with an national heroism award for helping to save the life of a young woman who was struck by a vehicle in August.
St. Mark's Church Sponsoring Refugee Family
A refugee family of five, the youngest two children still in preschool, will arrive in the province within three to six months, thanks to the efforts of the congregation at St. Mark's Anglican church who are working with the Association of New Canadians.
Community Food Sharing Association Confident They Will Hit Donation Target
Eg Walters with the Community Food Sharing Association is tipping his hat today to everyone who is helping stock the shelves of food banks across the province in time for the holiday season.
Quidi Vidi Flakehouse to be Demolished
City council has approved a new plan for the area which calls for demolition of the existing building to be replaced with a new restaurant.
Gander Mayor Special Guest in Musical About 9/11 Tragedy
Gander International Airport landed 42 aircraft in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks, and hosted, fed and entertained some 6,700 passengers and crew in the days to follow.
West and Southwest Coasts See Low Voter Turnout in Advance Polls
While the turnout in this week's advance poll were higher than ever before, the numbers were not that high on the west and southwest coasts.
Central Waste Implementing New Policies in New Year
To ensure businesses are ready, Central Waste along with the Gander Chamber of Commerce is hosting an information session this evening.
Gander Family Hopes for Christmas Reunion
Shelby Penney has been in hospital in Toronto for the past thirteen months, her dad David by her side. Her mom, Pamela Dalley, has been back home in Gander with the rest of her family.
Ron Hynes Died Still Battling Addiction With Next to Nothing: Joel Thomas Hynes
Joel Thomas Hynes says his uncle 'died of cancer, but cancer was a seemingly inevitable symptom of a much darker, much more aggressive, hungrier 'disease' of addiction.'
No-Contact Order Between Brandon Phillips and Mother Lifted
Today Phillips' lawyers, Jeff Brace and Mark Gruchy, requested that a no-contact order between Phillips and his mother be lifted. The Crown and Judge consented.
Kent Accuses Simms Camp of 'Dirty Tactics'
Steve Kent says in a post on his Facebook page that he had caught his Liberal opponent's volunteers removing his cards and brochures from mailboxes
Flat Bay RCMP Investigate House Damaged by Gunfire
Police on the west coast of the island are asking residents of Flat Bay to watch for and report any suspicious activity in the community.
Royal Canadian Legion Robbed on Bell Island
It's the latest in a series of crimes on the island ranging from fires and break-ins to robberies.
Multiple Arrests Made after Several Robberies
The RNC has arrested and charged several people after a spike in armed robberies around the Northeast Avalon over the past few weeks.
Armed Robbery at Blackmarsh Road Gas Station
RNC are processing the evidence, and expect to make the video available to media later today in order to identify the suspect.
Gas to Go Up, Other Fuel Down
Consumers can expect gas prices to be up this week, but other fuels show a drop.
Calls for Government to Address Contamination at Muskrat
A former Lower Churchill Environmental Assessment Panel Member and law professor wants government to address the risk of methylmercury contamination at Muskrat Falls.
Mackey Retires after Three Decades Service in St. John's
Paul Mackey says infrastructure has changed immeasurably in the intervening years.
Massive Turnout for Advance Polls in Provincial Election
Over 21,000 people turned out for yesterday's advance poll in the provincial election.
Provincial Sports Page
Tuesday's Scores/Wednesday's Schedule
Golden State now 16-0
Nov 24 , 2015
Dwight Ball Missed During VOCM Leaders Debate
PC Leader Paul Davis and NDP Leader Earle McCurdy answered questions from VOCM News Director Fred Hutton and Assistant News Director Linda Swain. The debate took place live on-air in the St. John's studios this afternoon.
RNC Investigating After Home Damaged by Gunfire
Police on the west coast are investigating after a home in Flat Bay was damaged by gunfire sometime over the weekend.
Liberals Poised to Sweep Province: CRA Poll
The latest in a series of provincial political polls was released today.
Chair of City's Finance Committee Jonathan Galgay Responds to Early Retirements
The mayor of St. John's has confirmed a story which VOCM News broke Friday about restructuring at the executive and management levels at City Hall.
Spike in Armed Robberies Leads to Several Arrests
The RNC has arrested and charged several people after a spike in armed robberies around the Northeast Avalon over the past few weeks.
Men Facing Charges of Seal Harvesting Violations due in Court in January
Three men facing seal harvesting violations will be back in Gander Provincial Court in January.
Court Date Set for Man Accused of Attempted Murder in Central
Twenty-one-year-old Brandon Bungay of Indian Bay, accused of attempted murder in central Newfoundland, has had his court date set over to the new year.
Power Lines Down in Cox's Cove Area
Newfoundland Power is conducting emergency repairs in the Cox's Cove area. The power will be out until around 8 o'clock tonight.
Fire Destroyed House in Avondale
There were no injuries in a fire last night that destroyed a house in Avondale.
Exchange Income Corporation Awarded Five Year Contract in the Middle East
Exchange Income Corporation, the Winnipeg-based company that purchased Provincial Aerospace last year, has been awarded a five year in-service support contract with a company in the Middle East.
Silent Auction to Sponsor Families in Need over the Holidays
Members of the Spruce Hill Community Church in Paradise are working again this year to help struggling families in the spirit of Christmas.
No Injuries in Long Pond KFC Fire
Fire crews battled a blaze at the KFC restaurant in Long Pond.
NDP Announces Plans to Improve Literacy Rates in the Province
Newfoundland and Labrador currently has the lowest literacy rates in the country.
FlyGander Magazine Receives Honorable Mention from Excellence in Airport Marketing Awards
More international recognition for Gander International Airport: this time for excellence in marketing
RNC Looking to Identify Suspects in Theft at Corner Brook Plaza
Corner Brook RNC are looking to the public to help identify two suspects in connection with a recent theft at The Source in the Corner Brook Plaza.
Traffic Delays Expected on St. Thomas Line in Paradise Tomorrow
Work being carried out to install a service line will result in traffic being reduced to a single lane throughout the day.
Two Women Investigated in Corner Brook Assault
The RNC in Corner Brook are investigating an alleged assault in the city.
Mysterious 'Funnel Cloud' Filmed in St. Mary's Bay Area
A local resident caught the phenomenon on video this morning.
New Rules Regarding Rodent Control on Construction Sites Coming to St. John's
Developers in St. John's are going to have to play by new rules in order to keep down the rodent population.
Davis, McCurdy on Attack Over Liberal Plan to Find $383-Million
The Liberal's fully costed platform unveiled on Sunday was the primary topic of discussion at last night's Leader's Debate.
Fire at Cahill Fabrication Destroys Part of Facility
Crews from the Torbay Volunteer Fire Department responded to the blaze at about 8:00 p.m. Monday night after getting a report from somebody passing by who noticed smoke.
Symposium to Celebrate Anniversary of Labrador Inuit Land Claim Agreement
The Nunatsiavut Government is hosting a one-day symposium next month to mark the 10th anniversary of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement and the founding of the Nunatisiavut government.
City Looking at Gender Neutral Restrooms
St. John's is going to look into the possibility of converting some washrooms in city-owned buildings to gender neutral.
Young Marathon Runner Raises Money for Haiti Earthquake Victims
A young marathon runner from Corner Brook is being applauded for her efforts in raising money for victims of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
Monday's Scores/Tuesday's Schedule
Boston defeats Leafs in shootout
Nov 23 , 2015
Family, Friends Bid Final Farewell to Ron Hynes
A full house at the Basilica in St. John's this afternoon, to bid a final farewell to the man of a thousand songs - Newfoundland's beloved singer/songwriter, Ron Hynes.
Raymond Stacey's Preliminary Hearing Should Conclude This Week
The preliminary inquiry for accused murderer Raymond Stacey should conclude this week at provincial court.

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