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Nov 25 , 2014
Two Charged with Conspiracy to Commit Murder
A 58-year-old man from Corner Brook and a 54-year-old woman from Pasadena were arrested after an investigation.
Liberals Win Seven Byelections in a Row
The Liberals have won the byelections in Trinity-Bay de Verde and Humber East.
Jerome Kennedy Retained as Lawyer for HMP Employee
In the Legislature today, Government House Leader Darin King confirmed private solicitors had been hired.
Anti-Fur Online Group Attacking Photo of Woman and Daughter in Seal Fur
An anti-fur Facebook site is using an image of a young mother and her child, decked in seal fur, and taken at the recent Sarah McLachlan concert and it is garnering hundreds of shocking and cruel comments.
First Island-Wide Storm Could be on the Way
Parts of the western half of the island are in for about 10 cm of snow tomorrow night.
NL Woman Struggling to Legally Give Son Medical Marijuana
A Newfoundland woman who is now living in Ottawa says she is being forced to break the law in order to give her 6-year-old son medical marijuana to stop dozens of seizures every day.
Crown Closes Case in 2013 Stabbing
Stephen Hopkins is accused of aggravated assault and assault with a weapon stemming from a stabbing on Frecker Drive in St. John's.
Changes to Child Care Act Being Introduced Today
The new legislation is meant to establish the regulation and licensing of all child care services and agencies in the province the ensure the same quality across the board.
Community Blood Donor Clinic for Stabbing Victim
A community blood donor clinic is being held this evening in Paradise to honour the young CBS boy who was injured in a random stabbing back in September.
Annual Purple Ribbon Campaign Launched
Today is the International Day for the elimination of violence against women, and in the province, the first day of the Purple Ribbon campaign.
Teens Facing Charges of Mischief and Assault in Separate Incidents
Two girls, 13 and 16 were charged in separate incidents last night.
Woman in Hospital After Being Struck By Car
Police responded to the vehicle-pedestrian accident on Canada Drive just before midnight.
Labrador Workers Majority in Hiring, Also Firing
Labrador MP Yvonne Jones says that complaints are piling up in her district, and it's not only about hiring.
130 Year Old Victorian Home Denied Heritage Status
Heritage Advisory Committee co-chairs Sandy Hickman and Dave Lane were the only two councillors who voted in favour of the motion, noting the home's age, history, and architectural significance.
Layoffs Begin at Bloom Lake
First it was Wabush Mines and now Cliffs Natural Resources is starting to lay off workers at Bloom Lake mine in Quebec in preparation for shuttering the operation next month.
Group Questions Impartiality of Fracking Review
Simon Jansen of the NL-Fracking Awareness Network says one of the professors on the panel actually has patents on fracking technology.
Permanent Solution to Manolis L Needed: Reid
The Liberals are calling on the province to put more pressure on Ottawa to remove fuel leaking from the sunken Manolis L.
Calls on Government for Control on E-cigarettes
The Federation of School Councils is calling on the provincial government to ban the sale of electronic cigarettes to minors. They'd also like to see the use of e-cigarettes banned from areas where smoking is already off-limits.
Cochrane Street United May Transition to Affordable Housing
Cochrane Street United Church is looking to transform part of its property into affordable housing, in an effort to secure the future of the church.
IceCaps Goaltender Player of the Week
GAA of under 1.00.
Monday's Scores/Tuesday's Schedule
Raptors have best record in NBA.
Nov 24 , 2014
Breast Cancer Testing Being Conducted by U.S. Lab
ER/PR and HER2 tests being done by a lab in Miami.
Plant Affected by Concerns Over Wharf
Two dozen people are out of work today after Occupational Health and Safety stopped the use of equipment on wharf.
Pouch Cove Without Water Due to Cold
The overnight cold has taken it's toll on the intake system.
Team Effort Saves Man at Hockey Game
Flyers Goalie Patrick O'Brien along with two others performed CPR until emergency crews arrived.
HMP Inmate Hosptialized Twice in Two Days
Sources indicate same inmate tried to harm himself twice at Pen.
Pynn Sentencing to Begin February 18th
Philip Pynn was back in Supreme Court this morning, this time to set a date for sentencing.
Senior Hurt in Hit and Run Looking to Public for Help
Sonya says a blue vehicle struck her car near Pita World, sped through the lights, and continued along Major's Path.
Trial Begins for Man Accused in Frecker Drive Stabbing
Stephen Hopkins is facing charges of assault with a weapon and aggravated assault.
Potential Heritage Structure May Be Demolished
The owner has told council that should the property be designated as a heritage structure, then council should provide compensation, because the costs to maintain the property are significant and onerous.
Nunatsiavut Calls on Gov to Enforce Caribou Ban
The Nunatsiavut Assembly says the provincial government must enforce its ban on hunting caribou from the George River herd fairly and equally across the board.
Province Should Focus on Revenue Rather Than Cuts: Shortall
The Federation of Labour is urging the provincial not to embark on a program of deep spending cuts to address the deficit and to make up for declining oil revenues.
City Nixes Flake House Purchase
A recent study suggested that the city should look at acquiring the property, but the asking price was simply too high.
Bay Bulls Councillor Questions Processes to Determine Winner of Tie
A newly elected councillor in the town of Bay Bulls is raising questions about the process in place to determine the winner of a tie.
Donations Pouring in For Stranded Crewmen
A group of eleven crewmen stranded on board a disabled bulk carrier in Argentia have enough warm clothes to get through the winter and food for at least three weeks thanks to the efforts of Newfoundlanders.
New Book Chronicles the Saga of Leo Crockwell
Chris Ryan wrote 'The Bay Bulls Standoff' to provide a different angle on the story that played out in the media throughout Leo Crockwell's standoff with RCMP and his subsequent trial.
Santa Gets Some Company as Call for Parade Floats Pays Off
Organizers were desperately short a few weeks ago but are now down only a small number of floats from the usual complement.
MUN Coach Sidelined Again Following Remarks
The coach of the Memorial University women's basketball team is waiting to see if he will face further disciplinary action following an incident Saturday night which got him suspended.
HMP Managers 'Criminally Negligent' in Allowing Riot: Defense
Defense lawyers involved in the HMP riot trial are asking for a stay of proceedings. Court documents were filed Friday saying managers at the penitentiary were criminally negligent by failing to prevent the notorious chapel riot which targeted convicted killer Kenny Green earlier this year.
Weekend Fires In Capital City Result in Charges
There were a number of fires in St. John's over the weekend, including one resulting in charges of arson to a 55 year old man.
Shock, But No Injury, After Truck Drives Through Restaurant
An eyewitness said the truck had first backed into a pole before accelerating and crashing through the window and into the Clarenville Wing'in It.
Car Goes Into House in Conception Bay North
There were no serious injuries after an accident in Conception Bay North saw a car strike a house around 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
New Veteran's Mental Health Office A Good First Step
Jeff Rose-Martland, President of 'Our Duty' says federal funding announced to support mental health needs of military members is a positive first step, but much more needs to be addressed.
Corner Brook Man in Hospital After Car Flips Off Parkway
The vehicle left the highway and rolled into a ditch landing on its roof.
X-Ray, Lab Services Unavailable in Lewisporte Due to Move
During the relocation of equipment, lab services will be temporarily unavailable this week, while x-ray services will not be available until after December 5.
Three Running to Fill Seat on Beleaguered Wabana Council
Brian Kent, who had been the deputy mayor, resigned and Carol Brown moved up to become deputy. A byelection to fill the vacancy takes place on Dec. 13 with three people in the running: Glenn Brazil, Teresita McCarthy and Jim Bennett.
IceCaps Four Points out of First
Yet another win on last night.
Provincial Sports Page
Sea-Hawks, hockey.
Sunday's Scores/Monday's Schedule
Calgary-Hamilton to meet in Grey Cup final.
Nov 23 , 2014
MUN Coach Suspended by League
Doug Partridge in hot water again, this time with the league.



 
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