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Genoa Design gets another loan from ACOA for ship design

Genoa Design International of Mount Pearl got another half-million-dollar loan from the federal government on Thursday. The company is positioning itself for the next...

Man targeted in prison chapel riot sues to shut down penitentiary

An inmate who was attacked in a prison chapel three years ago has gone to court to argue his rights were violated. Kenny Green...

St. John’s moving ahead with automated garbage collection

St. John's is moving ahead with automated garbage collection. City Hall is considering two sizes of bins and wants to hear from the public...

Dead whale washes up on beach in Outer Cove

A popular beach known for catching caplin and iceberg watching was getting a lot of attention Monday. It is not uncommon to see whales playing...

People, snakes and lizards left homeless after late-night fire

Firefighters were on the scene within two minutes of receiving a 911 call on Sunday night and had a fire extinguished three minutes later. The...

Busy weekend at the cabin and on the roads

It is the first long weekend of the summer and it's also Canada Road Safety week. As such, people heading out to the cabin...

RCMP offer behind-the-scenes look at critical incident training

Every year, RCMP officers come together to practice how they deal with critical situations such as an active shooter, a barricaded person or a...

Mark Rumboldt to stand trial for attempted murder

Mark Rumboldt will stand trial in Supreme Court for attempted murder and for  administering a noxious thing. Judge Lori Marshall handed down her decision Tuesday morning...

Witness not co-operating in Southlands stabbing trial

The crown took an unusual step Tuesday in the trial of four youths charged with aggravated assault in connection with last year's stabbing in Southlands. Robert...

Government promises insurance review after cabbies threaten work stoppage

The provincial government is promising a review of the entire insurance system. That's after taxi drivers threatened a work stoppage because of skyrocketing premiums.