Voir dire in RNC officer's trial resumes

Voir dire in RNC officer's trial resumes

Updated at 14:43 - A voir dire on the admissibility of evidence in the case of a Royal Newfoundland Constabulary Officer charged with making indecent phone calls resumed in provincial court in Corner Brook on Thursday.

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Talk about oversight

Updated at 03:32 - There’s plenty of blame to go around in the Lac-Mégantic train derailment and explosion — blame for the company’s lax safety culture and standards, blame for the way the engine was left unstaffed, blame for insufficient oversight..

Time for some anger on fracking

Updated at 03:32 - I wish to address a column published in the Saturday, Aug. 16 Weekend Telegram which I found to be biased. It was written by Randy...

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Route 60 needs major work

Updated at 03:32 - We may never know the real reason why the provincial government and our town are at odds about maintenance on our main road. While...

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Capitals look to whip up some home-made success

Updated at 03:02 - It’s been nearly two decades since this province has hosted the Canadian senior men’s baseball championship and the fact its been that long since most local fans have been able to see the St. John’s Winmar Capitals in action at the nationals is not....

Competing at this level never gets old

Updated at 03:02 - Time certainly has a way of changing a ball player’s perspective. When Frank Humber got his first start for the Corner Brook Barons...

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Community Heroes: Rotarians help Shriners to help children

Updated on August 18, 2014 - The Lionpacers Group of the St. John’s Rotary Club recently presented a $1,000 cheque the Mazol Shriners. The funds will be used exclusively by the Shriners to help cover the costs of transportation to send children to either the Shriners Hospital in....

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