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The mother of a youth who started a fatal fire at a boarding house in St. John's two years ago says a newly released report from the child youth advocate offers solutions that would have helped her son.
There was a lot of fanfare at the launch, but a direct flight between St. John's and Moncton has been cancelled after just two months.
David Moores is a lawyer and a resident of St. John's, and has piloted small helicopters at night.
The High Street was closed to traffic for the day to allow for the festive celebrations to take place.
The driver and passenger of a beige Chevrolet Impala were taken to the Health Sciences Centre in St. John's with undetermined injuries as the result of a head-on collision with a Mazda 3 on Prince Philip Drive, just past 9:30 a.m. today.
The case of a man accused of being drunk when he hit and killed a motorcyclist last summer in St. John's was called in provincial court today.
Impaired driving charges laid Wednesday against a school bus driver in St. John's have outraged school officials and family of the students in his care.
THE Wirral Globe and our readers have been praised for helping this year's Light Up A Life campaign raise almost A 90,000.
Convicted murderer David Folker sat, listened, and sometimes cried as victim impact statements were read during his sentencing hearing on Wednesday.
As the Rochester area's population ages, some are aiming to keep seniors engaged in society rather than segregated into isolated communities.
A group which delivers Christmas hampers to less fortunate people already has all of its hampers allotted for, but there is a growing number of people still hoping to receive one Derek Winsor, program director for Bridges to Hope, says there is a need for donations to fill the waiting list for Christmas hampers.
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary has arrested two men, in connection to a violent robbery at a St. John's convenience store late Tuesday afternoon.
St. John's city council has approved the construction of a 10-metre high propane tank near these restaurants under construction in downtown St. John's.
Laptops and thousands of pounds were stolen during the break-in at Epping St John's School in Bury Lane on Monday morning.
Sixth form students at St John's Marlborough during rehearsals for Cinderella, their first pantomime.
Assistant Cook, Julie Cokell, pictured hard at work preparing for our Festive Bake Off at the Christmas Market on Saturday.