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Aug 30 , 2014
American Crashes Plane, Picked up by Labrador Couple
Pilot was the only one on board.
Early-Morning Armed Robbery in Metro
The culprits used bear spray, and got away with cash from the till.
It was a Chilly One Overnight
Frost in some areas of the island.
Three Cheers Pub in Gold Medal Game
Don't count out Kelly's Pub
Water Street Disturbance Leads to Arrests
Two young men charged with assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest.
Child Injured in Car-Bike Collision
The boy's injuries were relatively minor in nature.
North Harbour Break-ins Result in Charges
23 year old Clarenville man facing charges after a series of unusual incidents in North Harbour earlier this week.
High-Risk Offender Released
Police issue warning about Sem Paul Obed.
Church Theft Case Demoralized Parish
Parishoners are putting the case involving former minister John Dinn and his wife behind them.
Teen who Rescued Two Men Named VOCM Local Hero
Its been almost a month since 15-year-old Chelsea Little rescued her step-father and great-uncle from drowning in Thorburn Lake near Clarenville.
DFO Investigating Scallop Kill
Divers recently discovered large number of dead scallops in Hamilton Sound area.
Candidate Would Like Dedicated Seniors' Department
John Ottenheimer says he'd like a dedicated department to address the needs of seniors.
Ontario Man Completes Cross-Canada Journey
Chris Cull, a recovering drug addict, is raising awareness about addictions.
High Tech Company Noted by Industry Mag
Kraken Sonar Systems of St.John's makes top 100 list.
St.Lawrence-Holy Cross in Championship Soccer
Game will be broadcast on CHCM.
Friday's Scores, Saturday's Schedule
The Blue Jays take another hit.
Aug 29 , 2014
Finance Minister Charlene Johnson to Resign
There are strong indications that Finance Minister Charlene Johnson will resign from provincial politics in the coming days.
Talks Between Capital City and Workers Stall
Contract talks between the city and its two unions have hit a major stumbling block and it's all about pensions.
Warnings Issued after High-Risk Offender Released
43-year-old Sem Paul Obed was released from prison this morning after serving a two year sentence for assault causing bodily harm.
Rain Ending but Temperatures Set to Drop
Brian Walsh says the cold front that has been hovering for the past few days is moving offshore as Hurricane Cristobal races into the North Atlantic.
Dinn Sentenced to House Arrest Plus Counselling
The now unlicensed Reverend Dinn was given 60 days house arrest plus a year's probation and mental health counselling.
Eight Charges Dropped Against Chipman
Justin Chipman was, however, charged with dangerous driving stemming from the same incident at the Field House in February.
Wabush Mayor says Moving 911 Call Centre a Step Backwards
Colin Vardy says 911 services were established in Labrador West nearly a decade ago.
Suspected Impaired Driver Texting Behind the Wheel
A suspected impaired driver was pull over by the RNC just before midnight last night after a tip from the public, but it turns out the driver was texting and was not impaired.
Placentia Bridge Passable to Road Traffic but Still not Lifting
Mayor Wayne Power says he's been told progress is being made in repair work to the bridge.
Recovering Addict Arrives in Province after Cycling Across Canada
A recovering opiate addict, Chris Cull has been interviewing people who have been affected by prescription drugs.
Harvey Given Five More Months for Trashing Cell
23-year-old Justin Harvey was involved in the February 20th incident at HMP.
911 Fee to Appear on Phone Accounts in January
Municipal Affairs Minister Dan Crummell says the next step will mean updating the service with new means of communication.
The Choice to Resettle is Up to The People: Crummell
A vote took place last spring, but there will likely be another one since government determines which residents are deemed permanent.
Nalcor Clears Way for Transmission Line
Nalcor has achieved a milestone in construction of one of the major components of the transmission line from Muskrat Falls to the Avalon Peninsula.
Corner Brook Teens Arrested After Fight
Two 14 year old boys were arrested in connection with an incident at a Corner Brook home last night that left one of them with a minor and non-life threatening injury to his face.
RNC Investigate West End Armed Robbery
Police were called to a convenience store in the west end at about 11:00 pm last night.
Public Awareness Key in Reducing Impaired Driving: RNC
Public awareness and the reporting of incidents to police, may be important factors in the number of impaired drivers being pulled over by police in the metro region in recent days.
Government Yet to Decide on School Bus Restrictions
A report last year recommended that government adjust the system before committing to an all-out review.
Climate Chain Reaction Threatens Local Birds
A changing climate and warming sea continue to threaten a well known bird that nests along the shores of the Island.
Number of Agencies Involved in Rescue of Four Labrador Men
Four men from Labrador West had set out on a 26 day canoe trek across Labrador.
Paving of Stretch of Trans-Labrador Highway to Start Tomorrow
Paving work in Labrador West that had to be retendered following a political controversy is expected to be completed in September.
Delegation in Hong Kong for Seafood Expo Asia
A big effort is taking place next week to open up markets for Newfoundland aquaculture products in Asia.
Update on Senior Men's Fastpitch Tourney
Two NL teams going head to head tonight.
Challenge Cup Playoffs Tonight
St. Lawrence vs. Mount Pearl.
Provincial Sports Page
Rugby, softball, soccer
Thursday's Scores/Friday's Schedule
Jays open against the Yanks tonight.
Aug 28 , 2014
Rainfall Warnings Extended to Several Regions
Rainfall warnings have been extended to other parts of the island and Environment Canada says a slow moving system will persist through the night before tapering to light rain tomorrow afternoon.
Pre-Trial Conference Scheduled in Loretta Saunders Case
The case of Blake Leggette and Victoria Henneberry was adjourned in Halifax court this morning to determine how much time will be needed for a trial.
RNC Looking for Vehicle that Struck Boy on Scooter in St. John's
Police say two boys were travelling on their scooters between Jensen Camp Road and Columbus Drive when one of the boys was struck by a vehicle pulling out onto Empire Avenue.
Driver Picked up in Corner Brook Owing Almost $30,000
The 39-year-old Corner Brook man, who now lives in Cambridge, Ontario, was stopped on Beothuk Crescent around 11 this morning.
Nine Months in Jail for Man Convicted of Violent Break-in
27-year-old Christopher Mulcahy broke into an apartment, and attacked the 58-year-old man who lived there.
60 km of TLH Paving to be Completed September: Government
The paving contract had to be retendered after Humber Valley Paving was allowed to pull out of the contract earlier this year.
Just Over Two Months in Jail for Infamous Court 'Rapper'
Matthew Paul David King, who was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant, led police on a chase in CBS Saturday morning after being pulled over at a traffic safety stop on Topsail Road.
Dream Fund Warns of Possible Scam
Representatives of the Dream Fund say someone may be using their name, address and charitable number to solicit donations.



 
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