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Feb 28 , 2015
Accident Claims One Life, Sends Two More to Hospital
RCMP say pick up truck collided with a grader on the Trans Labrador Highway.
Man On Temporary Leave Arrested Again
The man was charged following a disturbance in Kilbride.
Police Looking for Alleged Flasher
Older man apparently exposed himself to child at local mall.
RNC Responds to Lawyer's Allegations
In court yesterday, Bob Buckingham told reporters he was upset that the RNC have yet to investigate public threats made against his client, but the RNC denies that charge.
Early Morning Fire in Capital
Firefighters made quick work of the blaze on Queen's Road.
Teens Involved in Separate Snowmobile Accidents
16 year old and 15 year old involved in two separate collisions with vehicles in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
Holyrood Agrees to Extending Fire and Emergency Service
Residents and property owners in Deer Park-Vineland Road now have until the end of April to decide on permanent coverage.
Herder Talks End with no Provincial Final
Efforts will begin after the season to restore east-central/west contest.
Coyote Sighting in CBS
The animals are becoming more commonplace.
Design Plan for Corner Brook Hospital Close: Premier
Paul Davis spoke in Corner Brook yesterday.
Above Average Heavy Ice Conditions Around Newfoundland
The Coast Guard says ice conditions are at above 30 year average.
Warning for Woodstove Owners
People being warned of danger of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Projecting School Population Difficult: Minister
Susan Sullivan says school planning isn't always clear.
Liquor Licences Suspended for Violations
Allure and Brimstone Pub had their licences suspended by Liquor Control Board tribunal.
Call for All-Party Committee to Reconvene
Fisheries Minister Vaughn Granter says time is of the essence to get word to Ottawa.
Addictions Issues Remain in Natuashish
Member of the Innu Nation says addictions have become more complex with drugs like cocaine now having an impact.
Few Complaints Over Snares: Wildlife
Changes made in 2008-2009 to address a number of issues.
IceCaps Drop One to the Sharks
End of five-game point streak
Provincial Sports Page
Basketball, hockey, curling
Friday's Scores/Saturday's Schedule
Badly needed win for Bruins
Feb 27 , 2015
One Dead in Accident on Trans-Labrador Highway
Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP received a report of a collision between a grader and a pick up truck about 160 km from Goose Bay.
RNC Investigating Threats Against Accused Stabber: Chief Janes
Bob Buckingham says his client Raymond Stacey is charged with murder, and during his first court appearance he was threatened by members of the public.
Photos Released of Suspect in Armed Robbery in Mount Pearl
The robbery took place at around 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Labrador Snowmobiler Located and Safe
The man left Happy Valley-Goose Bay yesterday evening on his way to the coast, and failed to show up as scheduled.
Tollefsen Found Not Guilty of Assault Charges
Tollefsen's jury came back with their verdict around 11:00 this morning after less than a day of deliberations.
City, Dept of Transportation Fined $60,000 Each in ORR Fatality
The city and province failed to establish due diligence, leading to the death of 51-year-old Joe English in 2011.
Coyote Sighting in CBS
The Town of CBS is warning residents of a coyote sighting in the area of Anchorage Road.
Herder Memorial Championships Going Ahead
The 2015 contest will see the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts take on the Corner Brook Royals.
Crown Withdraws Assault Charge against Hart
The incident which involved Hart throwing a paper plate at a Correctional Officer in 2013 had been stayed earlier this month.
Study Suggests Teachers Need Training on Sex Ed
A researcher's 2010 study found that there was substantial difference between what the program said, and what was taught in classrooms.
Two St. John's Bars Lose Licences for 90 Days
Allure on George and the Brimstone Pub have had their licences suspended for 90 days as the result of a Liquor Control Board tribunal held earlier this week.
Natuashish Man Concerned about Loss of Community Therapist
A member of the Innu Nation is asking a lot of questions in light of the recent death of a young man from Natuashish.
Ice Conditions Heavy in the Cabot Strait
Ice conditions around Newfoundland and Labrador are above 30 year averages, and the Coast Guard has all its ice breaking equipment out and on stand by.
Goulds Fire Destroys Garage, Spares House
A fire in Goulds last night destroyed a family's garage, but left the home relatively untouched.
Minister Trying to Reconvene All-Party Committee for Shrimp
Cuts to the northern shrimp quota have had a devastating impact on the inshore fishery.
Premier Davis Considering Cabinet Cuts
Premier Paul Davis says that he is looking at the possibility of cutting the size of his cabinet to deal with the deficit, indicating that everything is on, including Judy Manning's position.
St. John's and Province Reach Deal on 911 Service
The deal will see the St. John's Regional Fire Department handle 911 calls for the entire Avalon Peninsula.
St. John's Man Held for Court After Death Threats
The RNC responded to the call just before 11:00 o'clock after receiving a complaint that the man had uttered threats to cause death or bodily harm. He was charged for that, and for carrying a concealed weapon.
Family Lucky to be Alive after Close Call with Carbon Monoxide
A 911 Communications Technician kept the caller focused and on the phone as the cabin she was in was filling with carbon monoxide.
Animal Group Criticizing Decision to Abort Pregnancy for Dog
Voice for the Voiceless says despite having another group willing to care for the dog, the SPCA wouldn't give the animal up.
Estimates Could See 85% Budget Cuts to Marine Atlantic: Byrne
MP Gerry Byrne says he is disturbed by the federal budget estimates, which suggest Marine Atlantic may see an 85 per cent budget cut.
Economist Confident Oil Prices will Bounce Back
Wade Locke says he's optimistic our economic situation will stabilize.
Aboriginal Inquiry Still Needed, Round Table Not Enough: Rogers
Minister Judy Manning is attending a national round table in Ottawa on the topic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, but some say it's not enough.
Salmon Fest Planning Moving Ahead
The town of Grand Falls-Windsor is rolling with the punches following a major concert announcement yesterday that will be in direct conflict with this year's Salmon Fest.
Relay for Life Dream Team Joins Race Against Cancer
VOCM Open Line host Paddy Daly, one of the team members says he hopes to get more people involved, and not only to meet the $10,000 goal, but exceed it for a good cause.
Book Collection Blitz for Giant Book Sale
The Canadian Federation of University Women - St. John's is gearing up for their giant book sale that happens every year at the Arts and Culture Centre.
St. John's Playing Sharks Tonight
Game time 9:00.
Provincial Sports Page
Senior hockey update
Thursday's Scores/Friday's Schedule
Leafs, Habs win
Feb 26 , 2015
Hospitality NL Rejects Proposal on Room Levies
Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador has soundly rejected a proposal put forward by Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador to introduce a room levy as a way for municipalities to generate revenue.

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