Caribous win again, earn bye to Allan Cup semifinal

Caribous win again, earn bye to Allan Cup semifinal

Updated at 23:06 - Clarenville coach Ivan Hapgood says the Brantford Blast were looking to intimidate the Newfoundland team early, but the strategy basically backfired and the Caribous went on to win 6-2 and earn a bye to the semifinals of...

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Healing Journey

Updated at 11:50 - “Cancer is like a river,” Nikhil Joshi wrote in his blog near the beginning of his treatment for lymphoma.

MUN sorting out vision for Battery Hotel

MUN sorting out vision for Battery Hotel

Updated at 22:32 - Work is still in the early stages when it comes to transforming the former Battery Hotel into office space and a student residence for Memorial University, but...

Nain school helps build drone

Nain school helps build drone

Updated at 22:32 - Students at a school in Nain are helping construct an aerial drone that will eventually film and photograph significant archeological sites in the area.

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All party committee on shrimp cuts consulting with people affected

Updated at 20:35 - Politicians from all three parties will consult with people involved in the shrimp fishery before heading to Ottawa to push for changes on this year’s quota cuts.After Liberal Leader Dwight Ball asked the government to form an all-party committee to....

City may change tack on graffiti cases

Updated at 20:33 - The City of St. John’s wants to get more involved with graffiti cases in court.At Tuesday’s meeting of the city’s planning and...

Pride beams from St. John’s school

Updated at 20:25 - Cowan Heights Elementary set two milestones Wednesday as it set a school record for money raised for Young Adult Cancer Canada...

Bullying accusation put to bed

Updated at 20:21 - Whatever happened between Education Minister Clyde Jackman and Federation of School Councils President Nathan Whalen on budget day,...

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Taking it back

Updated at 03:32 - With all due respect to the St. John’s city council and its efforts to buy the former Scouts Canada property on Terra Nova Road, it does look like the good folks at the city are trying to have their cake and eat it, too..

Shea missing the point on shrimp

Updated at 03:32 - In her letter to the editor Monday, Fisheries and Oceans Minister Gail Shea, wants us to accept that she “understands” and is a...

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Dolo invited to Soccer Canada U15 camp

Updated at 03:02 - Emmanuel Dolo of St. John’s is among 29 players from Eastern Canada who have been selected to attend a Canadian national under-15 identification camp in Montreal this week..

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Caribous win Allan Cup opener

Updated at 10:40 - The Clarenville Caribous scored three third-period goals, and Jason Churchill withstood a 15-shot barrage in the final 20 minutes...

Capitals claim junior crown

Updated on April 13, 2014 - Michael Cole scored the winning goal with nine seconds remaining in overtime as the Avalon Roebothan McKay Marshall Capitals...

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Canadian government scolds Jimmy Carter over position on pipeline

Updated at 20:16 - The Keystone XL pipeline issue has created a tiff between a former U.S. president and the Canadian government.The Prime Minister’s Office reacted swiftly Wednesday to a letter signed by Nobel laureates, including Jimmy Carter, urging U.S. President....

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Updated on April 14, 2014 - Renegades remember a friend through donation to Kids Help Phone.

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