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May 25 , 2016
Heat Wave About to Cool Off Big Time
The heat wave continues this morning on the Avalon Peninsula with temperatures already reaching the high teens, but that's dropping off tomorrow.
Axe-Wielding Man Goes on Rampage in New Wes Valley
A man believed to be in his thirties and from Indian Bay took an axe to one house and set fire to another.
Warm Weather Means Brush Fires for St. John's Regional
Another brush fire in the metro area was handled quickly by St. John's Regional Fire Dept over the supper hour.
Three Young Women Rescued From Gull Pond
Three young women took a rubber dinghy out on Gull Pond near Sunshine Rotary Park when their boat began losing air.
City Saves Baird Cottage from Wrecking Ball, But Concerns Raised on Owner's Rights
Baird Cottage is safe from demolition but the City of St. John's may not be safe from legal action.
Gas on the Rise Again
Gas is on the rise once again, according to the Consumer Group for Fair Gas Prices.
Bill 20 Passes in HoA: Gas Tax Doubles in June
On June 2 the province's gas tax will double, increasing by 16.5 cents per litre.
Federation of School Councils Rally at Confederation Building Today
All citizens are invited by the group to come together.
Work Diverts Traffic in Paradise
Commuters to and from Paradise can expect some detours on Paradise Road starting today due to water and sewer work.
Tuesday's Scores/Wednesday's Schedule
Jays lose; Penguins force game 7.
May 24 , 2016
Former Nalcor Board Enabled $1.4-Million Severance: Premier Ball
The Premier says Nalcor's former Board of Directors fired former CEO Ed Martin "without cause" allowing Martin to collect nearly $1.4-million severance.
Premier's Deputy Chief of Staff Quits
Tim Murphy stepped down from the role less than six months after Dwight Ball was sworn in as Premier.
$1-Million Worth of Drugs, $270,000 Cash Seized in Major Drug Bust
Three men from Ontario, in their 20s, have been charged as result of a major drug bust in the capital city area yesterday afternoon.
VIDEO: Murder Suspect Appears in Court Via Video Link
Anne Norris is charged in the death of 46-year-old Marcel Reardon.
Opposition Puts Pressure on Government to Table Gender Analysis
A report was released today, commissioned by the St. John's Status of Women's Council that says that women are disproportionately impacted by the provincial budget
Email Scam Asks for Help Getting Out of 'a Fix'
By casting a wide net, scammers hope to make it worth their while, even if they end up targeting news organizations.
Demolition Begins on MUN Pedway
An old pedway at Memorial University is in the process of being torn down.
'Scrap LIFO': All-Party Committee's Message to Advisory Panel
The province's All-Party Committee on Northern Shrimp Allocations made a presentation to the panel this morning at the Delta in St. John's.
Women Disproportionately Hit by Budget: Federation of Labour
Federation of Labour President Mary Shortall says women are being disproportionately affected by the latest provincial budget.
Capital City Looking for Emergency Pet Foster Homes
The city of St. John's is continuing to seek applications from local residents willing to provide temporary emergency accommodations for pets.
Life in the Fast Lane - RNC Hand Out Hefty Speeding Tickets
A motorcycle was clocked at 212 km/h and another driver at 167 km/h. Just two of the more than 100 speeding tickets handed out over the weekend.
No One's Actions in 'Elbowgate' Defensible: Political Scientist
Political scientist Amanda Bittner says no one is blameless in the situation, which she says has gotten completely out of hand.
Local Music Store Visited by Music Icon James Taylor
The singer-songwriter went iceberg and whale watching before popping into Fred's Records on Duckworth Street in St. John's.
Another Moose-Vehicle Accident on the TCH
The collision occurred in the eastbound lanes of the TCH about two kilometers west of the Foxtrap weigh scales, near Soldier's Pond.
CFSEU to Detail Drug Bust in Capital City Area
The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit will go before the microphones this afternoon to discuss a recent drug bust in the capital city area.



 
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