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Not guilty jury verdict in stabbing case

Not guilty jury verdict in stabbing case

Updated at 13:10 - The jury in Inger (Ashley) Tollefsen's stabbing case in St. John's has found the 47-year-old woman not guilty of aggravated assault and assault with a weapon.

Lawnya Vawnya lineup announced

Updated at 12:03 - This year’s lineup for the Lawnya Vawnya arts and culture festival has been announced. Lawnya Vawnya is described as an exposition of independent art and culture...

Paying for sex is so … ew

Paying for sex is so … ew

Updated at 05:03 - The neighbourhood around pretty little Wood Street is in an uproar because of a bright red house.

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Ready for hire

Updated on February 26, 2015 - Eric, Mark and Mark are prime examples of what people with an intellectual disability or an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are...

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Ferry affront

Updated at 03:33 - Three strikes and you’re not one bit closer to knowing what the heck is actually going on..

Sex trade needs a red light district

Updated at 03:33 - When St. John’s city council denies numerous applications for legitimate “family friendly” businesses, yet allows a number of...

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A cross-country coach, in more ways than one

Updated at 03:02 - Prince George, B.C. — Jessica Heyes’s daughter Kajsa is competing in cross-country skiing at the Canada Winter Games this week, but that’s not what brought the Vancouverite to Prince George.Team Newfoundland and Labrador’s cross-country team didn’t....

Re-berth for the Sea-Hawks

Updated at 03:02 - A team that has shown courage and character in the face of adversity and tough times, on and off the court, will now be measured on...

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Homegrown and exotic

Updated at 03:33 - What you grow up eating seems ordinary and often boring, but sometimes a twist from another food culture will renew the love affair with a taken-for-granted ingredient..

Tracking your pint

Updated at 03:33 - Where does your beer come from? OK, I’ll be a little more specific — where does your draft beer come from?

Enjoy a sip of Spain

Updated at 03:33 - Spain is the third largest wine producing country in the world, making it impossible to narrowly define the style or nature of its...

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Shrimp fisherman given hefty fine

Updated on February 26, 2015 - Rodney Baggs of Twillingate was fined $4,000 for failing to fully complete a fishing log on a daily basis during last year’s shrimp fishing season..

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Write it on a postcard

Updated at 07:18 - The Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland & Labrador (WANL) launched its 3rd Annual Postcard Story Contest at Broken Books in downtown St. John’s Thursday. The award, sponsored by Broken Books, will be judged by actor/writer Greg Malone and Angela....

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Cancer Society introduces fund-raising dream team

Updated on February 26, 2015 - Al Pelley of the Canadian Cancer Society of Newfoundland and Labrador announces the members of 2015 Relay for Life Team. The members are Jason Sharpe, of Steers Insurance, Jim Organ, executive director of the Heavy Civil Association of Newfoundland....

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