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Mallard Cottage co-owner and chef Todd Perrin has formally announced his intentions to secure the PC nomination in St. John’s East-Quidi Vidi. On this first full day of spring, excited to announce that I’ll be seeking the PC nomination for the provincial district of St. John’s East/Quidi Vidi in the upcoming provincial election! Looking forward […]

7 is supposed to be a lucky number. Sadly, 7 also happens to be the number of straight week that gas prices have been on the rise. So.. maybe not so lucky for us. This week, you’ll pay an extra 2.3 cents per litre at the pumps. Diesel prices managed to drop by 1.6 cents. […]

The Glovertown RCMP have charged a 19 year old with having open alcohol in a vehicle after a Facebook post showed him in the act. On February 11, the RCMP were notified of a posting on the social media platform where a driver was pictured holding an open beer while driving. Following an investigation, a suspect […]

The St. John’s Edge have announced that Head Coach Doug Plumb has stepped down from his duties with the team in exchange for another opportunity in his home province of British Columbia. Associate Coach Steven Marcus will now take over as Interim Head Coach for the remainder of the 2019 season. “It has been an […]

Insurers will likely soon add social media to the data they review before issuing policies–which means posting photos of yourself at happy hour instead of the gym could cost you. SPR executive director Mike Vogt, whose firm uses social media accounts to help insurers process claims, tells The Wall Street Journal that people should avoid […]

A jury has found Trent Butt guilty of first degree murder in the death of his 5 year old daughter, Quinn. During his trial, Butt admitted to killing his daughter, but said he couldn’t recall how he did it. He would conclude he must have suffocated her. The jury ultimately had to decide whether or […]

For the sixth straight week, gas prices increased today. The price at the pumps jumped up by 4.3 cents per litre. Diesel rose as well, up 0.7 cents per litre. Furnace oil went up by 0.37 cents, while stove oil is up by 0.46 cents. Propane prices remained steady.

The province of Ontario has a made the decision to ban cellphones in classrooms starting next year. Some schools within the province have already instituted similar policies, but this decision will make it applicable for all public schools. Once in place, cellphones will be prohibited during instructional time, with the exception for when teachers want […]

After four days of deliberations, a jury has found Al Potter guilty of first degree murder. Potter has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the stabbing death of Dale Porter in 2014. NTV’s Jodi Cooke and Bart Fraize will have full report, including reactions, during the NTV Evening News Hour.

Alison Coffin has been named the new leader of the Province’s New Democratic Party after securing the position by acclamation. In a news conference earlier today, Coffin was confirmed as the party’s new leader, replacing St. John’s Centre MHA Gerry Rogers. Coffin says she has not decided where she will run. In her first speech, […]


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