Updated at 18:39 - When Philip Wayne Pynn came at him with a gun and Lyndon Malcolm Butler beat him over the head with a steel bar, Tom (Billy) Power thought he was going to die, he told a jury.
Updated at 13:04 - A woman who refused to tell the police what she might have known about a fatal shooting in 2011 is testifying in St. John’s today..
Updated at 08:21 - In the next six months, I’m looking at replacing a couple of my appliances..
15:23 - VANCOUVER - British Columbia's government has yet to announce a final decision on the Site C hydroelectric dam but BC Hydro has informed officials in the Peace River Valley that construction could begin in 90 days..
Updated at 03:34 - In the American Hockey League, constantly-changing rosters make any allusion to trends a bit of a fool’s business, but if you still believe AHL history can have a way of colouring present-day happenings, then you might be hopeful the St. John’s....
Updated at 14:03 - You never know what is going on in somebody’s head. Or what burdens a person may carry in his heart..3
Updated at 10:51 - As the province prepares for winter, with communities stocking up on road salt and sand, the logistics of getting the material from mine to community storage will — in many cases — fall to the team at Avalon Coal, Salt and Oil..
Updated at 03:32 - The quarantine against possible Ebola exposure ends this week for Dr. Nancy Snyderman, but the troubles clearly aren’t over for NBC News’ chief medical editor..
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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