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Apr 18 , 2015
Searchers Recover Body of Missing Snowmobiler
Searchers recovered the woman's body from Paul's Lake last night at 10:45.
Woman Becomes Aggressive in Lock-up
A 21-year-old became combative after being arrested for break and entry.
Child Hospitalized Following Snowmobile Accident
13 year old girl was driving a snowmobile that collided with a pickup in Hawkes Bay.
Drunk Man Found After Wandering Off
Family members became worried after highly intoxicated man stumbled off and they couldn't find him.
Gun-Toting Man Near Gander Airport Causes Concern
Gander RCMP say 69 year old man who was carrying a gun case and a picket sign, did not intend any harm. He is facing firearms related offenses however.
Snowmobilers Safe after Night in the Woods
The group, a 65-year-old man, a 25-year-old woman and a 14-year-old girl, were reported missing Wednesday after heading out on a trip to cut some wood.
Fire Destroys Lewisporte Home
The fire Department was called back twice to stubborn blaze.
No Injuries in Meadows House Fire
Fire broke out early yesterday morning.
Carbonear Woman Facing Fraud, Forgery Charges
55 year old was charged following nine month RCMP investigation.
Finance Minister Defends Pension Repayments
Ross Wiseman yesterday announced the appointment of Leo Bonnell as a liaison to pensioners to try to find the easiest way possible to recover money owed to government.
More Rabies Cases Confirmed in Labrador
That brings to nine the number of cases confirmed in the region so far this year.
Outfitters Targeted by Fee Increases: Liberal Opposition
Christopher Mitchelmore and Stelman Flynn say big game license fees are unfairly targeting outfitters.
Sarah Davis Honoured with Paradise Street Name
The first player from the province to make the Senior Women's National Hockey Team, Sarah Davis, teared up this week at an event in her honour.
IceCaps Win 4-3
The IceCaps have now won back-to-back games for the first time since March 6th.
No NL Team in Final of Allan Cup
Bentley and Prairie Thunder play for title.
Friday's Scores, Saturday's Schedule
Habs now 2-0 in their series against the Senators.
Apr 17 , 2015
Man Carrying Rifle Arrested Near Gander Airport
The 69-year-old man was seen walking toward Gander International Airport with a rifle in a gun case and a picket sign late this morning.
Luring and Possession of Child Pornography Charges Laid
A 29-year-old Newfoundland man has been charged with child luring and possession of child pornography following an investigation launched in the United States.
More Rabies Cases Reported in Labrador
There have been a total of nine so far this year.
Young Girl Airlifted to Hospital after Snowmobile Collision
The 13-year-old was driving a snowmachine, with a 15-year-old girl as a passenger.
Natuashish Man Helps Locate Missing Hopedale Residents
On Wednesday, Hopedale RCMP received a call about three people who had failed to return as scheduled following an outing to gather wood.
Arson Trial Continues at Provincial Court
Gary Flynn is facing a single charge of arson with disregard for human life.
Liaison Hired to Advise on Pension Repayments
The provincial government has hired Leo Bonnell to act as a liaison for pensioners being forced to pay back overpayments made to them through a clerical error.
Street in Paradise Named for Hockey Player Sarah Davis
Sarah Davis Way now leads in to the Paradise Double Ice Complex.
A Giant Leap for Space Travel, a Small Radar Blip for Kenmount Road
This week the future of privately funded space travel took a giant leap as the SpaceX craft Dragon brought supplies to the International Space Station.
Lewisporte Fire Flares Up Again
Emergency crews were called back to the scene just before noon.
21-Year-Old Unlicensed Driver Has Over $17,000 in Fines
The RNC stopped the young man yesterday afternoon at 4:30 on Cashin Avenue. His vehicle was impounded.
FFAW Asking for Ice Compensation for Fishermen
The crab fishery started April 6th, but many fishermen have been unable to get their boats out because of thick ice.
Hopedale Seeking Emergency Funding
A water shortage is affecting a large portion of the town.
Graphic Testimony Heard in Trial of Murdered Goulds Man in Edmonton
25-year-old Christian Iyamuremye pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in the shooting death of 33-year-old Dale Maloney originally from the Goulds.
Corner Brook Man Held for Court After Metal Pipe Fight
Corner Brook RNC say there is no public safety concern after they responded to the call about a violent disturbance around 9:30 p.m. yesterday outside a home on Woodbine Avenue.
Fundraiser Started for Don Dunphy's Daughter
The GoFundMe page describes Dunphy as "a man who fell through the cracks and fought for his beliefs until the bitter end."
Federal Government Needs to Do More for Sealing Industry: Association
Eldred Woodford says the Canadian Sealers Association's office in St. John's is shutting down temporarily while they restructure and 'find a way forward.'
University Completion Rate in NL Among Lowest in Canada: Report
A new report, commissioned by the Newfoundland and Labrador Employers' Council, says higher education will go a long way toward Newfoundland and Labrador's competitiveness.
Boundaries Commission Open to Suggestions on Split Municipalities
The Electoral Boundaries Commission tried not to split municipalities in their proposal of 40 electoral districts, but this was not always possible, according to Chairperson Justice Robert Stack.
New Waterford Hospital to be Based on Recovery Model: Mental Health Association
President of the CMHA, Mark Gruchy, says the new hospital will be based on a recovery model which is the standard in modern care and the new facility will see big improvements from the current structure.
Alderon Eyeing Wabush Mines
Alderon President and CEO Tayfun Eldem says hey're assessing the situation to determine what the benefits and advantages are for their shareholders in acquiring the assets.
Fracking Review Looks for Public Input
The panel hired to review hydraulic fracturing in the province is now accepting public comment on the controversial method of extracting oil.
St. John's IceCaps Last Homestand This Weekend
Both games will feature a series of commemorative videos marking team and individual highlights of the past four seasons, and will culminate with a final farewell video at the end of Saturday's game.
Tickets on Sale for Salmon Festival
Classic rocker John Fogerty will headline the event, along with Tom Cochrane and Red Rider, Collective Soul, America, and Newfoundland's own The Fables.
IceCaps Celebrate Jets Partnership
Final weekend of season for IceCaps.
NL Teams Advance to Allan Cup Semi-finals
Cats today at 4:00, Bous at 8:00.
Thursday's Scores/Friday's Schedule
NHL playoffs open on four fronts.
Apr 16 , 2015
Bishop's Falls Couple Wins $1-Million in Lotto 649
ALC presented Caroline and her husband Clayton Leyte of Bishop's Falls with their oversized cheque today.
Appeal Court Doubles Sentence for Woman who Sexually Assaulted 12-year-old Boy
The 26-year-old woman was convicted in April of last year and sentenced to a year in jail. The Court of Appeal has sentenced her to a total of two years in jail, to be followed by two years of probation.
Education Minister on Medical Leave
MHA Susan Sullivan is on leave until June.
Trailer Fire in St. John's Deemed Suspicious
Police say the travel trailer was located in the back parking lot of Newfound Construction and was completely destroyed.
Trial Begins for Accused in Shooting Death of NL Man in Edmonton
25-year-old Christian Iyamuremye has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in the shooting death of 33-year-old Dale Maloney in a restaurant parking lot in August of 2012.
Alderon Interested in Assets of Cliffs Natural Resources
President and CEO Tayfun Eldem says the assets present a good opportunity for the company and they're working through the process to see if a purchase is possible.
Three Inmates Convicted in HMP Chapel Riot
Jody Clarke, Calvin Kenny, and Justin Harvey were found guilty this morning after a lengthy trial at provincial court.



 
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