A nightmare in the nation’s capital

A nightmare in the nation’s capital

Updated at 05:02 - As the weariness of a long and frightening day was audible in Gerry Byrne’s voice, the relief and excitement of just being transferred to a larger and more secure location after hours of lockdown was also evident.

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Const. Keith Bennett’s family requests privacy

Updated at 03:33 - The family of Const. Keith Bennett, the RCMP officer hit by a vehicle early Sunday morning, is thanking everyone for their support and well wishes but want their privacy to be respected at this time..

Added security at Confederation Building

Updated on October 22, 2014 - With security stepped up at Confederation Building, the premier of Newfoundland and Labrador is offering sympathies to the families...

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Wilton leads Mooseracks to win in season opener

Updated on October 22, 2014 - CORNER BROOK  Chad Wilton and Mitch Goodyear scored two goals apiece to lead the Mooseracks to a 6-4 victory over Health & Performance Physio Tuesday at the Kinsmen Arena II..

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Frackig panel's mandate lacking

Updated at 03:33 - Dear Editor: The working men and women of the province, who may be considering work on the fracking pads, deserve better information about the serious health risks and other dangers than is likely to be provided by the recently announced review panel.

Forewarned, forearmed

Updated at 03:33 - At the Read By The Sea festival in River John, N.S., last July, the biggest danger was that one of the six Canadian writers might...

Winds of change

Updated at 03:02 - The high winds settled back in Bay of Islands around the witching hour overnight Tuesday.

Numbers are dropping steadily

Updated at 03:32 - Corner Brook’s transit system is at a crossroads. The system is privately run, city subsidized and the number of riders using it is...

Daycare done right

Updated on October 22, 2014 - It seems everyone in government wants us to know they’ve got our back when it comes to our children’s care.

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Active for Autism Walks held in Corner Brook and Deer Lake

Updated on October 19, 2014 - Six-year-old Ayjay Coombs got his face painted by Jennifer Strickland, right, before the start of the Active for Autism walk held at the Wellington Street Sports Complex in Corner Brook Sunday. About 55 people took part in the walk, one of three....

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150 trees planted in Deer Lake

October 19, 2014 - From left, Christa Jones, Jaime Jones, Jessica Parsons, and Samantha Parsons work together to help plant 150 trees around...

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