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Oct 4 , 2015
Man Shot at St. John's Hotel
Police were called to The Captain's Quarters Hotel just before midnight on Saturday.
Oct 3 , 2015
Stephen Harper Makes Campaign Stop in Bay Roberts
Prime Minister is last major party leader to make a stop in the province.
Car Rollover in Metro Sends Two to Hospital
The two teenage boys suffered what are not believed to be life-threatening injuries.
Hunters Need to Get Out of the Car: Police
RCMP say they have gotten a lot of complaints of slow-moving vehicles where the driver is not paying attention to the road.
Sexual Assault Leads to Advisory from Police
Police were called following an alleged sexual assault in the Mount Pearl area Thursday afternoon.
Convict Facing More Charges
A 20-year-old woman showed up at HMP for intermittent sentence under the influence.
Methanol Leak Reported in Newfoundland Offshore
About 3,000 litres of methanol was released into the ocean by the time it was discovered.
Bravado Lands Shoplifter in Trouble
Woman grabbed some items from a store, then returned and tried a second time.
Alleged Assaults in Cowan Heights
Two women facing charges in connection with two separate incidents.
Pair Charged in Drugs, Weapons Seizure
It's the second major bust in the capital city in the last week.
RNC Investigate Social Media Threats
Woman in Corner Brook claims she was threatened online.
RCMP Launch Social Media Campaign
RCMP Talks aims to warn young people against criminal bullying behaviour.
Minister Dismisses Concerns over Foreign Flagging of New Ferry
David Brazil says it's a regular practice as the MV Veteran travels from Romania to Newfoundland.
Legends Abound About Four Sisters' Underground Tunnel
A tunnel running from one of the four stone homes is like "something out of Tolkien's The Hobbit" according to contractor.
Blessing of the Animals at Anglican Cathedral
The popular event gets underway at 2.
Long Beach Inspiration Behind Sonny's Dream
Singer-songwriter Ron Hynes drew inspiration from resettled community.
Becoming an Outdoors Woman
Registration for three-day workshop now underway.
Local Journalist Penning Political Book
'Turmoil, As Usual' by James McLeod tracks the last four years of the provincial PC government.
Answering the Call
The Rooms is looking for descendants of those who fought at Beaumont Hamel.
Excercising Your Democratic Right 101
Plenty of information available to get people out to vote.
Coleman's Cup Tied Up
The deciding game between the St. John's IceCaps and the Toronto Marlies will take place Sunday in Gander.
Provincial Sports Page
St. John's Junior Hockey League
Friday's Scores, Saturday's Schedule
More NHL pre-season games on the schedule.
Oct 2 , 2015
Multiple Accidents on ORR
One person was taken to hospital following a rollover accident on the Outer Ring Road this morning.
Drug Bust in St. John's Involving Fentanyl
It's the second major bust in St. John's this week.
Pavement Punctures Windshield, Narrowly Misses Driver
A woman from the Goulds is counting her blessings today after a close call on Pitt's Memorial Drive Thursday morning.
RNC Warning Public after Alleged Sexual Assault in Mount Pearl
The male suspect, believed to be between 17-18 years old, is described as being very tall and muscular with short light brown/blonde hair.
Stephen Harper Visiting Avalon Tomorrow
The Prime Minister is scheduled to speak at a public event at Harbour International in Bay Roberts tomorrow afternoon at 4.
Lawyer Wants Pardy Murder Case Thrown Out For Breach of Charter Rights
Trevor Pardy is accused in the first degree murder of his former girlfriend, Triffie Wadman.
Province's Newest Water Bomber Joins the Fleet
The water bomber will be stationed permanently in Gander. It's part of a $150-million renewal of the province's fleet.
Man Accused as Accessory to Murder to be Arraigned Again
Jonathan Rowe is accused of helping Philip Pynn evade police the day after Nick Winsor was fatally shot in 2011.
Premier Hails 'Enormous Potential' of Offshore Oil Fields
Seismic data released yesterday showed the potential of 12 billion barrels of oil and 113 trillion cubic feet of gas in a 24,000 square kilometre area in the Flemish Pass.
Williams says Muskrat Overruns Just 'Cost of Doing Business'
Former Premier Danny Williams was responding to word that the cost of the hydro mega-project is now at $7.65 billion dollars, that's $1.4-billion over budget.
Red Dresses on Campus to Remember Missing or Murdered Aboriginal Women and Girls
The dresses are a local adaptation of the REDress Project, an installation art project designed to raise awareness of violence against Aboriginal women.
Husband, Wife Charged in Major Drug Bust
59-year-old Sharon Elizabeth Jeans, 61-year-old Stephen John Jeans, and 59-year-old Kenneth Bannister are facing multiple charges under the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act.
Man Running Quidi Vidi Lake for 24 Hours Straight to Raise Money for Cancer Research
Edward Dostaler left Victoria, BC jogging with a stroller March 1st and arrived in St. John's this week.
Bridge the gAPP Program Relaunched, Updated with New Supports
Minister Steve Kent says government's Bridge the gAPP program will make it easier for people of the province who are struggling with mental health to find assistance.
Gosine Calls on Wabana Residents to 'Take Back Their Town'
Wabana Mayor Gary Gosine says around 125 people attended a meeting to find a way to make their town safe after months of vandalism and problems with prescription drugs have plagued the town.
News Anchor Max Keeping Dead at 73
Grand Bank native and long-time Ottawa news anchor Max Keeping has died. He was 73.
St. John's Releases Overview of Feedback on Water Street Refurbishment
The city says one of the most consistent messages they heard was that people want more places to sit, more places to eat and drink outdoors, and more places to shop.
Communist Party Leader in St. John's Next Week
Miguel Figueroa is calling for the defeat of Stephen Harper in the federal election and for Canadians to fight for what he calls a "genuine people's alternative".
Playful Parrot Packs 'em In: Racks Up 10 Million Views in Viral Video
The video of Little Bird, a 2-year-old black headed caique, dancing and playing with a piece of paper towel has garnered almost 10 million views on the Internet.
Region Abuzz after Visit to Mistaken Point from UNESCO Officials
Genevieve McCorkindale has only been part of the community for the last year or so but has embraced the town, the people, and its culture.
Red Shoe Crew Walk Raises Over $260,000 for Ronald McDonald House
en-year-old Nathan, who was diagnosed with leukemia this summer, has been spending time at Ronald McDonald House.
Autism Society Panels Aim to Raise Awareness Among Political Candidates
A major focal point had to do with accessibility of services for students and people living in rural areas, as well as the problems with the government's IQ 70 policy.
Hydroplaning Accident on Veterans Memorial Highway
Water is pooling in the ruts and making driving a bit on the tricky side today.
Provincial Sports Page
Marlies nip the IceCaps in Stephenville
Thursday's Scores/Friday's Schedule
Jays and Royals tied for first overall in AL
Oct 1 , 2015
Missing Male from St. John's
27-year-old Casey Stevens was last seen yesterday at around 9 a.m. in the area of LeMarchant Road.
Funeral Arrangements Announced for Victim of Valleyfield Fire
54-year-old Denise Yu owned and operated the Good Luck Restaurant which caught fire Sunday evening.

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