Some N.L. residents feel unsafe after shooting

Some N.L. residents feel unsafe after shooting

Updated at 05:02 - Half a country away didn’t feel all that far Wednesday for some residents of St. John’s, as the news rolled out that a gunman had made it onto Parliament Hill in Ottawa and had killed a soldier standing guard at the National War Memorial.

IceCaps lucked out with Balisy

IceCaps lucked out with Balisy

Updated at 05:03 - With rookies, it usually takes a while to figure out exactly what they can bring to a hockey team, what they’re all about. But here’s something you can say with...

Senators clip IceCaps in overtime

Senators clip IceCaps in overtime

Updated at 01:39 - The curtain came up on three-on-three overtime hockey Wednesday night at Mile One Centre and for the most part, those in attendance must have felt entertained by...

Neighbour saves woman from burning home

Neighbour saves woman from burning home

Updated on October 22, 2014 - The brave and fast actions of neighbour saved a woman at 45 Watson Cres. during a fire this afternoon on the quiet street in Virginia Park in east-end St....

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Local MPs heard shots, smelled gunpowder

Updated at 03:32 - When the first indication that something was wrong in the country’s capital started to show through the day’s more menial news, people ran to phones, Twitter and Facebook to contact people they knew in Ottawa, worrying for their safety..

‘It’s time to return a favour’

Updated at 03:32 - As the longtime owner and operator of O’Brien’s Music Store in St. John’s, Gord O’Brien would do what he could to help local...

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Police state? Please

Updated at 03:33 - Do you like dashing through streams with dogs on leash? Riding horses? Cruising the harbour? Gearing up for riots and raids? Glaring at computer screens or talking intensely on a phone?Have we got the job for you!.

Time to move fireworks back downtown

Updated at 03:32 - Keeping an open mind and raising questions about previous decisions of council is a common occurrence at city hall, although some...

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John Browne's Press Box: Bright future for C.B.S. keeper

Updated on October 22, 2014 - Newfoundland’s Thomas Pieroway is in a crowded goalkeeper situation at St. Francis Xavier University, but his coach says the freshman will blossom, in part because of the competition for the starting role.Besides rookie Pieroway, the team also has....

IceCaps trump B-Sens

Updated on October 21, 2014 - The St. John’s IceCaps’ ying and yang must have been at odds Tuesday night at Mile One Centre.On one side, we’ll call it the ying,...

IceCaps, Senators convene at Mile One

Updated on October 21, 2014 - Good evening from Mile One Centre, where the St. John’s IceCaps are preparing to take on the Binghamton Senators in the first game...

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Go Guide – Community events for Oct. 23-30

Updated at 03:33 - Thursday, October 23• On Thursday, Oct. 23 at the MMaP Gallery (6 p.m.) there will be a free lecture on the links between traditional Irish and Newfoundland music. Presented by Hammy Hamilton and Toshio Tatsu Oki..

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Sprouted flax seed powder recalled

Updated at 03:32 - Advantage Health Matters is recalling Organic Traditions brand sprouted flax seed powder due to possible salmonella contamination..

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Great big past

Updated on October 22, 2014 - Alan Doyle shows up for a media day in St. John’s just as you might expect him to, even if you’ve never met him and all you know...

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Community Heroes: Red Shoe Crews raise $240,000

Updated on October 20, 2014 - Ronald McDonald House (RMHNL) and Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, the presenting sponsor of the second annual Red Show Crew-Walk for Families, have released details from this year’s events. More than 3,500 people took part in Ronald McDonald House’s....

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