Rob Antle and Jen White

CBC Investigates

Rob Antle and Jen White work for CBC's investigative unit in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Fraud charges dropped against owner of bankrupt headstone company

William Kenny had been accused of defrauding two customers, and making harassing phone calls to one of them. Those charges have now been withdrawn.

William Kenny charged with defrauding headstone company customers

The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary laid the charges against the 41-year-old Paradise man earlier this month.

Embattled Mount Pearl headstone company declared bankrupt

A headstone company that has been accused by customers of taking their money and not providing promised services in return is now bankrupt.

Headstone company facing customer complaints goes into receivership

The locks have been changed at W.D. Kenny Granite Company in Mount Pearl, as a licensed insolvency trustee has taken control of its property.

Dwight Ball pledges 24-hour Botwood ER service that analysis found 'is not required'

Liberal Leader Dwight Ball’s impromptu campaign pledge to reinstate 24-hour emergency room service at a health-care facility in Botwood comes less than three months after a Department of Health analysis concluded that wasn’t necessary.

Bank owed $3.3M wants court to appoint receiver for Terra Nova Golf Resort

The BDC wants a court to get involved with receivership proceedings as quickly as possible, so that the course can be sold before the start of the golf season.
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Vats of seafood sauce left to rot in small N.L. town

Residents of St. Mary's, N.L., are concerned about the potential environmental impacts of fermenting seafood sauce left at a plant that ceased operations years ago.

Man with past links to Hells Angels alleged target of murder plot

​Two St. John’s men with criminal histories have been charged with conspiring to murder a man who may have once tried to start a Hells Angels chapter in Newfoundland.

'Keep the community safe': Police outline reasons for concern about accused 'sleepwatcher'

A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer has outlined for a judge why the police force is seeking a rare type of peace bond against a man once accused of being the so-called Halifax "sleepwatcher."

James Timothy Drummond pleads guilty to 2 forgery charges

A man with a checkered past in British Columbia has again pleaded guilty to a criminal offence in Newfoundland and Labrador.