Sens and Isles put on a show in St. John’s

Sens and Isles put on a show in St. John’s

Updated at 08:51 - The near-sellout crowd at Mile One Centre Monday night got some bang for their entertainment buck as the New York Islanders and Ottawa Senators put on a fine...

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OPP to investigate fatal car crash

Updated at 07:50 - The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is investigating the details surrounding the death of a young woman in a traffic accident that...

Hitting the streets for jurors

Updated at 08:36 - You’re out shopping for shoes and stop for a plate of fries at the food court. Suddenly, you’re tapped on the shoulder by a...

Raises crucial to retain staff: mayor

Updated on September 22, 2014 - The mayor of St. John’s says raises for city workers in new collective agreements with city workers were crucial to retain staff.

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EDITORIAL: The moose suit

Updated at 05:58 - It’s just after 5 a.m. on a Monday morning in September. You’re driving east from Clarenville. It’s still dark, but you’re not alone..

When is enough, enough?

Updated at 03:32 - At some point in every person’s life one has to ask, “When is enough, enough?”

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Rock’s last stand

Updated on September 22, 2014 - The Atlantic Rock have little to play for in the final game of the season, but they can be the ultimate spoilers.A win Saturday...

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Setting the pace in her senior year

Updated on September 22, 2014 - Shauna Gilpin was losing her enthusiasm for soccer before she arrived at Cumberland University in Tennessee, where she met the...

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Making the most of a curveball

Updated at 03:32 - Every now and then life throws you a curve ball that you are a little timid to try to catch. Nonetheless, you reach out your arm,...

Exactly who benefits?

Updated at 03:32 - So Danny Williams thinks it’s a “no brainer” to use my city tax dollars to provide a subsidy for his IceCaps? And Mike Keough, who...

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Canadian duo brings 3-D printing invention to N.Y.C.

Updated on September 22, 2014 - While hundreds of thousands of people marched against climate change in New York City, across town, two young Canadian entrepreneurs displayed an invention they hope might put a little dent in the global carbon footprint..

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