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Oct 25 , 2014
Fatal Vehicle-Pedestrian Accident in Corner Brook
RNC say an 84-year-old woman was killed when she was struck by a 39-year-old man driving an SUV.
Pair Charged After Kenmount Terrace Break In
35 year old man and 20 year old woman each charged.
Union Officials not Giving up on Wabush Mines
The company laid off some 500 workers last February after idling the mine.
Sports Figure Passes Away
Edgar Hartery, a fixture at sporting events in the St.John's region, has passed away.
18 Months for George Street Stabbing
24 year old Corey Leger sentenced in connection with incident caught on tape.
Accused in Police Chase Denied Bail
Jamie Reardon is facing charges of dangerous driving, flight from police, and multiple breaches. The 31-year-old had no license, and already owes about $20,000 in fines.
Key Witness Continues Cross Examination on Stand
Billy Power is due to be back on the stand next week.
Soldiers Resolved, Proud, Following Attacks
Soldiers attending a vigil for those who lost their lives while serving in Afghanistan say they will continue to serve their country with pride.
FFAW Pleased with New Halibut Tagging Program
FFAW President Earle McCurdy says more accurate method to guage halibut populations is necessary.
Hydro Advise of Slow Moving Traffic
A large piece of equipment will be on the move tomorrow morning from Holyrood to Sunnyside.
IceCaps Back in Action Tonight
Bridgeport Sound Tigers in town.
Provincial Sports Page
Hockey, Sea-Hawks
Friday's Games, Saturday's Schedule
The Royals now lead the World Series two games to one.
Oct 24 , 2014
Cliffs Shutting Wabush Mines Permanently
Union officials say efforts to reach a deal to sell the mine to royalty holder MFC are not dead yet.
Bail Denied for Accused in High Speed Police Chase
31-year-old Jamie Reardon had no license and already owes about $20,000 in fines.
Fundraiser for Canadian Soldiers Killed this Week
The fundraiser began on on Wednesday night, with a goal of $10,000 to be raised for Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent and Corporal Nathan Cirillo.
Man Sentenced to 18 Months for Assault
24-year-old Corey Leger was sentenced to 18 months minus time served, leaving him with about 14 months remaining.
Inconsistencies in Victim's Statements: Defence
Power says that Philip Pynn, Lyndon Butler, and Winsor all showed up at his house to rob him of a valuable necklace. Power says there was a struggle for the gun, and Winsor was killed.
Brief Lockdown at Sheshatshiu School after Incident
There was an incident involving a man with a gun who was threatening to harm himself.
Cody Basha Wins Music Competition
Music NL's big weekend is underway in Corner Brook.
Man Charged with Dangerous Driving after Accident Last Year
19-year-old Stephen Calvin Clarke is scheduled to return to court December 16th on charges stemming from an accident last year near St. Jude's on the Trans Canada Highway.
RNC Investigating after Bear Spray Attack in Paradise
Police were called to the area of Topsail Road and the Trans Canada around quarter to 8 last night, about reports of two men kicking a vehicle and a man being sprayed.
East End Water Main Break
The water main break in the east end of St. John's should be fixed by 4:30 today.
Afghanistan Soldiers Remembered at Vigil in St. John's
The spectre of this week's attacks on members of the Canadian Forces only strengthened resolve at a vigil for those who gave their lives during the recent mission in Afghanistan.
St. John's Releasing Snowclearing Report Monday
The report was commissioned following numerous complaints about the city's snowclearing operations last year.
Tire Mart Offering Discounted Tires to Victims of Vandalism
A local company is pitching in to help the people who had their tires slashed earlier this week in St. John's.
Turning Pain to Rage 'In Her Name'
A vigil held in St. John's last night for missing and murdered women, saw family and friends demand change to end violence against women.
RCMP Release Dramatic Video of Assault on Parliament
A video released by the RCMP shows Michael Zehaf Bibeau running up the hill from to National War Memorial brandishing a rifle and commandeering a parked car.
News Article has Video
PTSD Advocate says Cpl. Cirillo 'Just Doing His Duty'
A local veteran and author has spoken out on the tragic events that unfolded in Ottawa on Wednesday.
Davis Wins PC Nomination for Topsail
Premier Paul Davis won the nomination with 426 votes.
Salvation Army Touched by Response to Stolen Gifts
Major Lorne Pritchett says he expects to provide a full update next week on the public response to a break-in at the Salvation Army property in CBS earlier this week.
Family says Accused Stabber Denied Help Because of Age
One of the families at the centre of a terrible incident that shook CBS last month says they looked for help for their mentally ill son, but because of his age, they were virtually helpless.
Updating Technology for Fisheries Research
Earle McCurdy, president of the Fish, Food and Allied Workers Union, believes the old system for determining Halibut populations is outdated.
News Article has Video
RNC Looking for Tire Slasher in St. John's
Police say sometime between 11:30 p.m. Wednesday night and 7:30 a.m. Thursday, residents of L'Anse aux Meadows Crescent awoke to find their tires slashed.
Missing Man Found
The RNC says 57-year-old Sean Michael Fitzpatrick has been located and is safe.
Pumpkinfest Taking Place this Saturday at Lester's Farm
Pumpkinfest is a day-long event with activities for all ages including pumpkin bowling, face painting and tractor rides.
60 Cats Adopted so Far During Humane Services Promotion
There are still thirty cats left to adopt.
Possible Drunk Driver in Corner Brook Crash
The two-vehicle accident happened at about 9:00 p.m. on the Lewin Parkway at St. Mark's Avenue.
Water Main Breaks Cause Havoc in St. John's
A watermain break on Topsail Road is expected to be repaired sometime this morning. Meanwhile a significant number of households were affected by a water main problem on Allandale Road yesterday.
Avalon East Hockey Opens Tonight
First game in Torbay.
Provincial Sports Page
Sea-Hawks, rugby, basketball.
Thursday's Scores/Friday's Schedule
Big comeback by the Wings.
Oct 23 , 2014
Prime Minister Addresses Nation as House of Commons Resumes
MPs sang the National Anthem and Sergeant at Arms Kevin Vickers was given a lengthy standing ovation in the House of Commons today as MPs returned after a shootout and lengthy lockdown on Parliament Hill yesterday.
Two Sent to Hospital after Crash in CBS
The ramp remains closed to traffic at this hour creating a backlog on the CBS Bypass.
Stepmother of Accused Stabber says Help for Mental Illness Inadequate
19-year-old Nick Layman is charged with attempted murder after allegedly stabbing an 11-year-old boy in the neck while he was playing on a busy soccer pitch in CBS last month.
Halifax Police Arrest Armed Man
Police received report this morning of an armed man in the Halifax downtown area.
Billy Power Cross Examination Continues
Today, Philip Pynn's lawyer Mark Gruchy pointed out many instances where Power's police statements conflicted with his testimony.
PCs Call for Nominations in Humber East and Trinity-Bay de Verde
Nominations close noon Saturday. Bylections in both districts have yet to be called.
Over 80 Tires Slashed Overnight In Metro
Police received 26 complaints from residents in the area indicating their tires had been slashed sometime between 11:30 last night and 7:30 this morning.
Major Power Outage Briefly Hits Avalon
It was brief but widespread.

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