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Jan 28 , 2015
Beagle Paws Defends Fostering Policies After Dog Dragged By Truck
Beagle Paws is defending its fostering policies after an animal in its care was seriously injured after being dragged by a truck.
RNC Seeking Owner of 'Significant Amount of Cash'
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is looking for the rightful owner of a large amount of money, found at a business on Stavanger Drive.
Ron Hynes Looks to the Public to Help Produce New CD
The man of a thousand songs has created a Go Fund Me account online to get donations for his latest musical project, offering everything from CDs to private concerts as incentives.
Two Newfoundland Projects Win Aviva Community Grants
Two projects in this province are among 40 nationwide to receive funds from Aviva.
St. John's Council Approves Rezoning Despite Complaints
Resident John FitzGerald says the commissioner's report agreed with what the residents have been saying, and that if Councillor Galgay spent more time answering calls from residents and less time tweeting about it he would know that.
Key Witnesses Take Stand at Beach Party Stabbing Trial
Two crucial witnesses took the stand today at Spencer Jesso's aggravated assault trial at Supreme Court.
Man who Made Promise to Police on Facebook Turns Himself In
Rodney Constantine kept his word and turned himself over to police.
Suspect Flees RNC, But Not for Long
A man seen trying to steal from a business in Corner Brook yesterday afternoon ran from the scene, jumped in his car, and fled - but it didn't didn't do him any good.
Theo Fleury Speaks with HMP Inmates
Fleury is promoting his new book "Conversations with a Rattlesnake," which discusses how he overcame trauma.
Department of Transportation and Works and City of St. John's Facing Hefty Fines
The Department of Transportation and Works and the City of St. John's are facing hefty fines after being found guilty of breaching occupational health and safety regulations which lead to the death of a government employee.



 
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