Malone Mullin


Malone Mullin is a reporter in St. John's. She previously worked at CBC Toronto and CBC Vancouver.

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Judge scolds Stephen Hopkins for 'obtuse' lines of questioning in sex assault trial 

Stephen Hopkins, who's representing himself at a sexual assault trial in St. John's, was reprimanded Monday for the lengthy and repetitive cross-examinations he has led throughout his trial.

The royals are nearly here, but over half of Canadians want them gone for good. Here's how that could work

A recent poll shows high support for abolishing the monarchy — but it may not be as easy as simply ditching the Queen.

Family of man crushed by paving machine welcomes $40K fine to Paradise company

Three years after Gerald Hiscock was killed on the job in 2019, a judge sentenced his employer to fines. Hiscock's family hopes the decision will serve as a warning to companies across the province.

Hopkins attempts to plead guilty in sex assault trial, citing alleged RNC conspiracy

A trial marked by irregularities from Stephen Hopkins, who has elected to represent himself, took another turn Thursday, as he attempted to change his plea.

As 8 women prepare to sue over alleged RNC sex assaults, hurdles may be emerging

A St. John's lawyer says eight women are now preparing to sue the Newfoundland and Labrador government over allegations that they were sexually assaulted by on-duty police officers.

N.L. man accused of sexually assaulting teen after breaking into her home represents himself in court

Stephen Hopkins, 31, cross-examined witnesses from the dock on Tuesday after declining the assistance of a lawyer during his sexual assault trial.

St. John's quietly changes name of Quidi Vidi Plantation ahead of royal visit

The craft market, which welcomes Prince Charles and Camilla next month, has been renamed just weeks after Jamaica announced it would be severing ties with the British monarchy and residents demanded slavery reparations.

Newfoundland man who shot at gay brother-in-law will stay in jail while waiting for appeal

Harvey Price, who fired a gun — and homophobic slurs — at his former family member in 2018, will remain in jail while he waits for his appeal to proceed, a Supreme Court justice has decided.

Rancid hotdogs, urine puddles among repeated complaints about for-profit homeless shelters

Documents obtained by CBC News show shelter clients have repeatedly complained about lack of food, safety and sanitation in for-profit rooming houses across St. John's.

This is what politicians mean when they talk about 'clean oil' from Newfoundland's offshore

As the Bay du Nord offshore drilling project awaits approval from Ottawa, the provincial government continues to suggest that Newfoundland's oil is a climate-friendly alternative to crude from elsewhere in the world.