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Sep 17 , 2014
RNC Urges Caution After Home Invasion
Police are asking residents in the area of Alderberry Lane of St. John's to stay vigilant,keep their doors and windows locked at night, and if you have a home alarm system, use it.
Williams Surprised by IceCaps Subsidy Controversy
St. John's IceCaps CEO Danny Williams says sometimes we can be our own worst enemies.
Toronto Police Investigating Death of NL Man
The 29-year-old was killed when he was run over by a garbage truck in an alleyway in downtown Toronto last Wednesday morning.
Shirtless Man Leads Police on Chase in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
A 38-year-old man is in trouble with the law following a bizarre series of events in Happy Valley-Goose Bay last night.
Court Appearance for Man Accused of Attempted Murder
20-year-old Brandon Tobin is accused of beating two men with a baseball bat in April.
Crews Working to Restore Internet and Cell Services in Lab West
The services disruption is affecting emergency communication services in the region.
Autopsy Inconclusive in Lockup Death
The young man was picked up by police early last Wednesday morning for possible impaired driving and held in the lockup for court the next morning. He was found unresponsive around 7:30 a.m.
St. Lunaire-Griquet Residents Shocked By Grisly Trophy
A caller to VOCM News says someone has impaled the head of a moose on a post on the guard rail near the community.
RNC Unsure if Boyle Street Shooting Targeted
The victim, who remains in hospital, suffered more than one gunshot wound, but police will not say how many times he was shot.
NLTA says Members Pleased with Tentative Agreement
Details of the deal reached early this summer were released this week to members and meetings have started around the province to brief them on the package.
Ford's 'Third Age Suit' Helps Design Accessibility
Engineers at Ford were able to redesign their vehicles with seniors in mind thanks to the third age suit which restricts movement and simulates the changing levels of mobility that can come with age.
Two Arrested in Possession of Stolen Car
Last night at about 8:00 p.m. RNC Patrol officers found and stopped a vehicle that was stolen on Saturday.
Work Ongoing on Muskrat Powerhouse and Spillway
Crews are working 24/7 and this winter some will work in the comfort of an enclosure now that construction on a 'dome' or integrated cover system is underway.
Gas Likely Going Down Tomorrow
Observer George Murphy predicts that heating and stove oil will go down by 1.5 cents as will diesel while gasoline will go down by just over 2 cents.
Doctors Warn to Be on Watch for Signs of Enterovirus
The respiratory illness has been causing severe illness in children in the US, and appears to have spread to Alberta and Ontario.
Burned Dock will be Replaced before Fishing Season: DFO
The floating dock at Southern Harbour and nine vessels were heavily damaged or destroyed by fire early Monday morning.
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Workers Voting on Agreement with St. John's Tonight
The capital city's inside workers will vote this evening on their tentative agreement.
Liberals Vote Next Week in Bonavista North
Two people have come forward for the nomination, Derrick Bragg and Bobby Hancott.
Obstetrical Services Resume in Gander
Mothers due to give birth started being diverted to Grand Falls-Windsor last week to allow one of two obstetricians on duty a break.
Lawyer Charged with Impaired Driving
Police say Brian Wentzell failed the breathalyzer on August 8th.
Cruise Ship AIDAbella Stops in St. John's Today
The cruise ship AIDAbella and its 2,600 passengers and crew will make a stop in St. John's today.
Police Service Puppy in 'Training'
Gunner, a police service dog pup acquired earlier this year, has already proved successful in his very first search.
Health and Safety Sector Booming
Huge growth in this province's construction industry is generating demand when it comes to health and safety initiatives.
NHL Pre-season Tickets Going Fast
Games set for next Monday.
Provincial Sports Page
Three Cheers sweeps fastpitch series.



 
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