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Navi Wind crew stuck in Argentia going home
The 11 crew members of this cargo ship moored in Argentia will be able to go home this weekend.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Lac-Megantic probe documents note Irving Oil's growing rail shipments
Jacques Poitras has been CBC's provincial affairs reporter in New Brunswick since 2000.
Museum getting new heating system
The City of Corner Brook and the Corner Brook Museum and Archives are partnering to make improvements to the heating system at the museum.
Pamela Anderson visits Newfoundland, offers seal hunters $1 million to quit
Pamela Anderson is among a group of activists offering $1 million to help end the East Coast seal hunt.
Mummers the word on this Newfoundland cruise
Cruise around Newfoundland, Canada and you never know what your evening will bring.
Our Lady and St John's Catholic College in Blackburn celebrates pupils' success
Our Lady and St John's Catholic College in Blackburn celebrated with the returning Class of 2013 at a special presentation evening.
Stephenville man facing assault charges from apartment hall fight
STEPHENVILLE A 36-year-old Stephenville man was held in custody during the weekend until he sobered up, and will be charged with assault.
Ornaments catch fire, causing small Mount Pearl blaze
A small fire in Mount Pearl has proven to be a big reminder of how quickly flames can spread with Christmas decorations.
The St Paul Journal
Man who killed spouse and hid her body in Newfoundland woods faces sentencing
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Mon Dec 16, 2013
Corner Brook High band to play Carnegie Hall
"Go big or go home" could easily be the mantra of any wind symphony, but the Corner Brook Regional High band is certainly living by it this year.
New Saint John YMCA takes shape, thanks to $9M in funding
The effort to build a new YMCA in Saint John's north end received a major boost from the New Brunswick and federal governments on Monday.
Dwight Ball releases Liberal leadership campaign donations
Ball, who was interim leader for a year and a half, was elected to the role permanently following a five-way race in mid-November.
School update for western Newfoundland
DEER LAKE Schools in Deer Lake and Hampden will re-open this afternoon, while schools in the Stephenville area are staying closed.
Newfoundland airports, schools reopen after big snowfall
A snow plow on the side of the road on the Trans-Canada Highway near Little Rapids.
Snowfall closes rural Newfoundland schools, grounds flights
Heavy snowfall in parts of Newfoundland overnight Sunday and into Monday morning forced many schools in rural parts of the province to close down for the day, while travellers in St. John's were grounded due to cancelled flights.
Snow causing delays, poor conditions in western Newfoundland
Many schools are either closed or have delayed openings in western Newfoundland due to the dump of snow Sunday night.
Dr. C | Want to go out sometime? By the way, I have cancer
Nikhil Joshi is a St. John's physician training in internal medicine. He's also a writer, and he's documenting his life since being diagnosed with cancer.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
The Daily Herald
St. John's bands offer Christmas concert Sunday
Under the direction of Band Director Jan O'Hare, St. John's grade school, middle school and high school bands performed a selection of nostalgic and contemporary Christmas tunes Sunday night in the Robert A. Arnzen gymnasium.
Teen arrested for multiple armed robberies
According to the RNC's overnight report issued Sunday, police used a warrant to arrest an 18-year-old woman in the centre city area of St. John's Sunday afternoon.