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Nov 23 , 2014
MUN Coach Suspended by League
Doug Partridge in hot water again, this time with the league.
Protesting Singer's Views on Seal Hunt
Sarah McLachlan wants the hunt banned.
Military Stress Clinic to Open in St.John's
Part of $200 million announcement today by feds.
Power Restored in CB North
Vehicle struck a utility pole this afternoon in Marysvale area.
Man Charged with Arson after Apartment Fire in St. John's
A 55-year-old man was charged with arson and a breach of court orders.
Restaurant Reopens after Truck Crashes through Window
The truck apparently backed into a pole before driving through the glass and into the Wingin' It restaurant in Clarenville.
Break and Enter, Complaint of Threats at Corner Brook Home
A woman has been charged in connection with the incident and was released to appear later.
Pynn Back in Court for Sentencing Date
Philip Pynn was convicted of manslaughter earlier this month after a lengthy murder trial. His co-accused, Lyndon Butler, was cleared of all charges.
Apollo Ferry Back in Service after High Winds Cancel Crossings
The vessel will depart Blanc Sablon at 10:30 this morning for St. Barbe in her first crossing.
RNC Investigating Multiple Assaults in Metro Area
A 19-year-old man is in custody awaiting a court on charges of assault and choking.
Government Insists Changes Coming to Residential Tenancies Act
Liberal Critic Tom Osborne would like to see minimum health and safety standards as part of the act, so tenants aren't forced to live in squalor with little recourse.
George River Caribou Herd Showing Signs of Further Decline
Evidence seems to suggest that the George River caribou herd is dying off instead of simply moving to new areas.
Transportation Minister says Department Ready for Winter
David Brazil says 800 employees are responsible for maintaining our highways, and private contractors will also be used if necessary.
United Way Looking to Fill 1,300 Stockings
The Stuff-a-Sock Campaign is targeted towards isolated adults in the community.
New CBS Library Design Approved
The new library will be built next to the new town council office, which is under construction at Stoney Hill.
IceCaps on a Roll
Points in five straight games
Provincial Sports Page
Hockey, Sea-Hawks
Saturday's Scores/Sunday's Schedule
Habs, Leafs win; Oilers blown out
Nov 22 , 2014
Truck Crashes into Clarenville Restaurant
Slammed into Wing'n It this afternoon.
Impaired Accident Sends Two to Hospital
Collision occurred at intersectin of Columbus Drive and Topsail Road.
Early Morning House Fire on Canada Drive
SJRFD made short work of the blaze. There were no injuries.
Water Main Break in City Centre
Crews trying to repair break on Adams Avenue.
Stay of Proceedings Being Sought in HMP Riot
Penitentiary managers criminally negligent according to lawyers.
NL Receives A Credit Rating, but Commodity Prices a Concern
Muskrat Falls credited for diversifying economy, but heavy reliance on oil revenue a continued concern.
More Research Needed on Caribou: Labrador Inuit
The Nunatsiavut Assembly says more research is necessary to figure out exact cause of George River poplation collapse.
Show of Support for Seal Hunt Planned Outside McLachlan Concert
Janet Cull and Natalie Noseworthy have penned their own rendition of Loretta Lynn's classic Coal Miner's Daughter with Seal's Hunter's Daughter.
McCurdy won't be 'Double-Dipping': Sullivan
Earle McCurdy was hired by the union for work on some special projects just days after retiring after 21 years at the helm.
Seasonal Snow Clearing Staff Now on Full Time
City says it's prepared for winter.
Hydro says Plenty of Power for Long Harbour Plant
Chief Operating Officer with Hydro, Scott Crosbie, says they began preparing for the processing plant when it was first announced years ago.
Municipal Funding Changes in the Works: Minister
Keith Hutchings says changes could be coming in next provincial budget.
ROD Set Sale Underway
Everything must go. Sale underway at Torbay Road Rec Centre from 10 to 3.
IceCaps on the Road this Weekend
Playing in Pennsylvania tonight and tomorrow.
Provincial Sports Page
Senior and junior hockey, Sea-Hawks, curling.
Nov 21 , 2014
Defence Seeking Stay of Proceedings in HMP Riot Trial
Court documents were filed today saying managers at the penitentiary were criminally negligent when they did nothing to prevent the notorious chapel riot which targeted convicted killer Kenny Green earlier this year.
Rex Hillier Sworn in as MHA for Conception Bay South
Family, friends and fellow opposition members joined Rex Hillier this morning as he officially became the newest member of the House of Assembly.
Two Quebec Women Charged with Assault in Clarenville
The two 26-year-olds were arrested and charged after an alleged incident Tuesday night in Clarenville involving a 30-year-old man.
RNC Release Video of St. John's Armed Robbery
On the afternoon of Tuesday November 4th, someone entered Cornwall Superette and demanded money before fleeing the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash.
McCurdy Hired Back to Work with FFAW
Just days after retiring as President of the FFAW, Earle McCurdy has taken on a new job with the union.
New Turbine Expected by End of December
The new combustion turbine being installed at Holyrood should be ready by the end of December.
Inmate from HMP Taken to Hospital
Unconfirmed reports indicate the man had tried to injure himself.
Local Musicians Disappointed with McLachlan's Anti-Seal Hunt Stand
Two well known local singers, Janet Cull and Natalie Noseworthy, hope to meet up with Sarah McLachlan when she performs in St. John's tomorrow night.
Republic of Doyle Set Sale on Tomorrow
Everything must go at the Republic of Doyle's set sale taking place tomorrow at the Torbay Road Rec Centre on RCAF Road.
Lab West RNC Warning of Telemarketing Scam
Police say a local resident received a call in the early morning hours from someone indicating their were an employee of Microsoft.
Clarenville Esso Robbed at Knifepoint
A man entered the Esso Gas Bar in Clarenville brandishing a knife, and demanding money from the clerk. He fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. There were no injuries.
Burin RCMP Investigating Dickie's Break In
Burin Peninsula RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in a break and enter into a bar in Marystown.
Jail Time for Woman Convicted of Two Counts of Arson
Jenelle Coughlan set fire to her bed inside two different boarding houses; one on Freshwater Road in 2013, the other on Allen Square in 2014.
Province Not Investing, It's Taking Risks Says Crosbie, Barry
Billy Barry and John Crosbie had some harsh criticism for government at the Newfoundland and Labrador Employer's Conference.
New Legislation For Roundabouts
Amendments to the Highway Traffic Act now define drivers' duties when using the traffic calming measure, and gives police the enforcement power necessary to control the safe use of roundabouts.
Shortage of Local LPNs Reason for Outside Recruitment: Eastern Health
Eastern Health is responding to criticism that 30 beds at the new long-term care facility remain closed due to staffing shortages.
No Space in Schools for Full-Day Kindergarten: Kirby
Dale Kirby says full-day kindergarten will add to the overcrowding problems of some schools, but Education Minister Susan Sullivan denies it, saying $30 million will be used to expand schools.

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