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Oct 7 , 2015
Motorcyclist Loses Control in Ruts, Swerves into Oncoming Traffic
There were fortunately just minor injuries to the driver of a motorcycle following a crash in St. John's.
Shooting Victim 'Died as He Lived, Helping a Person in Need'
The RNC has released the first photo of the man wanted for the killing of Larry Wellman at the Captain's Quarters on Saturday. Meanwhile, Premier Paul Davis says who knows what would have happened if Wellman hadn't intervened.
Gas Going Up, But Only Just
The Consumer Group for Fair Gas Prices predicts the price rise tomorrow will be about two tenths of a cent but there's no anticipated change in the price of diesel.
NL Needs to Become More Inclusive to Newcomers: Vital Signs Report
For example, the report shows that of 684 communities in Newfoundland and Labrador, 89 per cent do not have a grocery store.
Parties Need to Recruit and Promote Women Candidates: Panel
Research shows that voters will vote for women - the challenge is helping women become candidates and, eventually, elected.
Marg Delahunty Campaigns for Change, 'Anything But Conservative'
The famed 'This Hour has 22 Minutes' character has joined the list of Canadian celebrities calling for the removal of Stephen Harper come Oct. 19.
New Book Depicts Heroic Actions of Bay St. George Woman who Saved Abandoned Children
"Forsaken Children" by Pat Collins tells the story of a group of young Scottish boys who were sent off a ship in the Gulf of St. Lawrence in 1868 in heavy ice.
Latest Film Featuring Allan Hawco, Hyena Road, Opening this Week
The film was written and directed by Canadian actor Paul Gross, who also worked with Hawco locally on Republic of Doyle.
First Recipient of New Animal Hero Award to be Recognized
The Animal Hero Award was created to recognize acts of kindness toward animals, or acts of bravery by animals toward people.
New Clothing Company Shares NL Sayings
The Newfoundland Clothing Company offers a line of shirts that feature hand drawn Newfoundland sayings -- things like 'Havin a Yarn' and 'Between the Jigs and Reels'.
Oct 6 , 2015
Corner Brook Fire Chief Position Eliminated
In a statement, the city says a new department of protective services will be created to oversee fire and emergency services.
Man Dies in Boating Accident
A 46-year-old man is dead after a boating accident on Bear Hill Pond near Trepassey.
MP Wants Answers on SAR Response during Atlantic Charger Sinking
The nine crewmen had to abandon ship after their vessel started taking on water in the rough, frigid waters of Frobisher Bay.
Province Launches New Violence Prevention Action Plan
$9.5-million has been allocated over the next four years toward initiatives including a public report about sexual exploitation, and leadership programs to engage men and boys in the prevention of sexual violence.
Dairy Farmers Sour on TPP Deal
Chair of the local Milk Marketing Board, Crosbie Williams says farmers, while not happy that the TPP has been signed, are relieved that their supply management has been secured.
City to NL Power: We're Paying for Lights, So Keep Them On
The city pays a base fee of $353,000 monthly, and $4.2-million annually for street lighting, and mayor Dennis O'Keefe says there are too many burned out street lights in various locations across the city.
Women in Politics Discussion Tonight
It will include presentations by Equal Voice's Sheilagh O'Leary and political science professor Amanda Bittner.
Safe Harbour Outreach Project Receives Grant to Continue Work
The funding was announced in the provincial budget after widespread fears it might be cut.
15-Year-Old Held on Mischief Charges in Corner Brook
The boy is scheduled to appear in Youth Court this morning.
Archbishop Currie Responds to Appearance of Letter from Disgraced Former Bishop in Hymn Book
Abuse survivor Gemma Hickey contacted the Archbishop after she was made aware that a letter penned by disgraced former Bishop Raymond Lahey still appears in the Catholic Book of Worship III.
David Wayne Murray Convicted of Assault Causing Harm in HMP
David Wayne Murray was the only one of the three accused inmates to take the case to trial.
New Fire Truck Arrives in Corner Brook
The vehicle, which has a 1,000-gallon tank, will be paid for entirely by the city as government said no to a request from Corner Brook for some assistance.
City Calls on Cyclists to Help Revamp Biking Plan
Last week, St. John's council voted to allow winter parking on the existing bike lanes. Now the city is looking to bring together bike enthusiasts to create a task force designed to analyze the city's bike master plan, and make innovative changes.
Tributes Pour in for Gerry Squires
Squires passed away on Saturday at the age of 77.
Endurance Runner 'Fast Eddy' Leaves NL Today to Run Back to BC
A man who has undertaken a journey to run across Canada and back again says he couldn't have done it without the support of the public.

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