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Apr 28 , 2016
St. John's Man Facing Lengthy Jail Time for Crime Spree
27-year-old Sean Frampton pleaded guilty to 20 charges.
RCMP Continue Investigation into Carbonear Fire
Harbour Grace RCMP are looking to speak with witnesses of Sunday morning's fire.
Oxycodone, Morphine, Fentanyl Taken in Armed Robbery
RNC is searching for a man responsible for an armed robbery in CBS yesterday afternoon.
Workers Killed and Injured Honoured at Confederation Building
Union representations, government, and family gathered today to remember those injured or killed in workplace incidents.
Business Confidence Continues to Slide
Vaughn Hammond says 2016 has been tough for small business in the province.
Premier Aims to Have Blind Trust by End of Month
Premier Ball says he aims to have a blind trust established for Sundara development by the end of the month.
Candlelight Vigil for 5-Year-Old Carbonear Girl Tonight
Today, students all over the province are pausing to remember Quinn Butt who died on Sunday morning.
LUMUN Denounces Provincial Austerity Budget
The Lecturers' Union of MUN is the latest group denouncing the provincial government's austerity budget.
VIDEO: Armed Robber Hits Stockwood's
Police were called to the store at about 11:00 p.m. on Wednesday night.
Good News for Carbonear Man Caught Without Denture Plan
An elderly Carbonear man can no longer get dentures due to budget cuts, however his teeth have already been removed for the procedure.
Day of Action Protest Set for Friday in St. John's
The protest will start at the Avalon Mall and march to the Confederation Building.
Premier, Former Union Leader Spar on Open Line
Former Union President at Wabush Mines, Jim Skinner confronted the Premier on Open Line today.
Mechanics Call for Return of Mandatory Vehicle Inspections
Don Matthews of the Automobile Dealers Association agrees with calls to have mandatory inspections reinstated.
Attempted Home Invasion in Centre City Area
The RNC have another attempted home invasion under investigation.
CBS Police Chase Ends in Arrest
A report of a disturbance in CBS around midnight last night resulted in police having to chase down the suspect before they could arrest him.
April is the Cruellest Month: Most Snow of the Winter Fell in Spring
Winter kept us warm, but after yesterday's fall this month was officially the snowiest April in 15 years.
Gas and Diesel Up, Propane Down
The maximum price of fuel at the pumps has gone up this week as forecast by the Consumer Group For Fair Gas prices.
Budget Protests Missing the Point, says Financial Consultant
Josh Taylor says the entire province is to blame for the current fiscal situation for pushing for expanded services beyond our means.
Library Board Chair Hopes Cuts Will Help Improve Service
Library Board Chair, Cal Taylor says money saved by closure of other libraries will help improve service at remaining sites.
Opposition Slams Library Cuts
Tory education critic David Brazil calls the moves a direct attack on literacy in this province, while NDP critic Lorraine Michael says cutting libraries means losing more than just books.
NLTA Concerned with Mixed-Grade Classrooms
In a memo to teachers, NLTA President Jim Dinn says in September, there will be 135 classrooms in 70 schools and as many as 2,400 students in the province that have never been multi-graded before.
Budget Leaves Communities Afraid for Future: Town Hall
The NDP held a town hall meeting last night at St. Teresa's Hall in St John's to hear from residents about the effects of the recent budget.
Forty Year Career was 'Amazing Journey' says Retiring Fire Captain
Stories of Captain Rene Perrin's career at a retirement party, yesterday.
Apr 27 , 2016
Over Half of NL Libraries Closing Over Next Two Years
64 jobs will be affected as 54 libraries across the province close due to budget cuts.
High Illiteracy Rates are Reason to Make Changes: Dale Kirby
Education Minister, Dale Kirby says if the system we have isn't working, something has to happen to fix it.



 
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