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N.L. Tory leader says two-week suspension of Mitchelmore not enough

ST. JOHN'S, N.L.
N.B. cop killer Anthony Romeo granted escorted trip for meditation class

N.B. cop killer Anthony Romeo granted escorted trip for meditation class

DORCHESTER, N.B. — A convicted cop killer in New Brunswick has been granted an escorted trip from Dorchester Penitentiary to take a meditation class in nearby Moncton.
Vaping backlash: Nova Scotia first to ban flavoured e-cigarettes an juices

Vaping backlash: Nova Scotia first to ban flavoured e-cigarettes an juices

Nova Scotia has joined a growing list of provinces clamping down on vaping. Health Minister Randy Delorey announced today the province will be the first to ban sales of flavoured e-cigarettes and juices — as of April 1, 2020.

Police investigating death of inmate in St. John's penitentiary as homicide

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The death last month of an inmate following a reported altercation with officers at a provincial jail in St. John's, N.L., has been ruled a homicide. Jonathan Henoche, 33, died Nov.
Lack of psychiatrist report prompts two-week delay in Fredericton murder case

Lack of psychiatrist report prompts two-week delay in Fredericton murder case

FREDERICTON — There is yet another delay in the court proceedings for a Fredericton man accused of killing two police officers and two civilians in the New Brunswick capital in 2018.
N.L. homeowner relieved by town's purchase of his sewage-sprayed home

N.L. homeowner relieved by town's purchase of his sewage-sprayed home

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A nightmare is nearly over for a Newfoundland family plagued by years of contamination from a nearby sewage lift station after their town approved funding to buy their home.

New Brunswick auditor general says vulnerable children at risk in group homes

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's auditor general says vulnerable children in group homes are at risk because of poor planning, ineffective standards and weak monitoring by the Department of Social Development.
N.L. premier orders review of executive job transfers as minister faces scrutiny

N.L. premier orders review of executive job transfers as minister faces scrutiny

ST. JOHN'S, N.L.

N.L. cabinet minister broke conduct rules with public service hiring: report

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — An independent investigation has found that a Newfoundland and Labrador cabinet minister violated conduct rules when he appointed a former Liberal staffer to a high-ranking public service job and increased the salary for the post.

Newfoundland man charged with making threat against Crown prosecutor

HARBOUR GRACE, N.L. — RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador say a 63-year-old man faces charges after a threat was made against a Crown prosecutor. Police say they arrested Edward Gellately at his home in New Harbour on Friday.
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