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In the news today, June 19
Study seeking cause of Crohn's disease hopes to develop predictive test
TORONTO — With three brothers affected by either Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis, Kathleen Crispi knows she is at high risk of developing one of the literally gut-wrenching conditions known to run in ...
No cause on Tuesday of fire at old Piccadilly RCMP building
A fire investigator, assisted by a local firefighter, was sifting through the rubble of the former Piccadilly RCMP detachment on Tuesday morning despite wet conditions. They were looking for clues to the cause of the fire, but as of Tuesday ...
Corner Brook judge taking right to protest into account as he considers injunction against ironworkers
The right to protest versus the rights of a company to engage in its work are at issue as a protest over the hiring practices of a P.E.I. company working on the new long-term care building in Corner Brook moved into Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme ...
Species of Lyme disease-carrying ticks getting closer, but Corner Brook vet says there's no reason for alarm
Despite there being multiple diagnoses of Lyme disease in dogs in Corner Brook last year, Ian Crane believes people and their pets still have little to worry about. The Corner Brook veterinarian, who operates the Animal Surgery and Wellness ...
Police release surveillance photos of Grand Falls-Windsor armed robbery suspect
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. – The RCMP is asking for the public’s help in identifying the individual involved in a recent attempted armed robbery at the Ultramar on Cromer Avenue in Grand Falls-Windsor. The masked suspect, who is ...
Potential petroleum monster lurking offshore
At the Newfoundland and Labrador Oil and Gas Industry Association (Noia) conference in 2016, Nalcor Energy executive vice-president for offshore development Jim Keating brought news about Cape Freels, a potentially massive deep-water prospect in the ...
Patron finds wheelchair ramp at St. John’s Arts and Culture Centre covered with bird poop
When Joanne MacDonald went to pick up tickets at the St. John’s Arts and Culture Centre recently, she found herself in a crappy situation. MacDonald had to wheel her wheelchair over a ramp covered with pigeon poop, and touch rails also ...
Man sexually assaulted, secretly videoed children
When asked to describe the emotional impact of David Snow’s crimes, a 17-year-old girl wrote few words, but they were direct and powerful. “No life, no friends, stay home in my room,” she wrote in her victim impact statement, ...
Crown will consider appeal in Barrett child pornography case
The Crown has indicated it will consider appealing Tuesday’s verdict in the child pornography case of former Anglican priest Robin Barrett. Barrett, 58, was acquitted of charges of distributing, accessing and possessing child pornography after ...
Shoppers Love. You. Run for Women being held this weekend in St. John’s
The City of St. John’s and the people of Newfoundland and Labrador generally have long supported women’s mental health initiatives. Plenty of that support will be on display on Sunday, June 24 when the third Shoppers Love. You. Run for ...