Malone Mullin reports for all platforms in St. John's. She previously worked on the web desk at CBC Toronto and CBC Vancouver.
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Verafin sale expected to inject capital, jobs into N.L. tech sector
Industry insiders aren't concerned about Nasdaq packing up and heading west -- to the contrary, the deal might bring hundreds more jobs here.
Federal NDP eye basic income pilot in N.L., but doubts linger about willpower to create one
Jagmeet Singh is now backing a basic income experiment in Newfoundland and Labrador, but one local anti-poverty worker says he harbours doubt it'll happen any time soon.
The road to economic recovery in N.L. is paved with hard questions, Moya Greene says
In a keynote address Thursday night, the chair of the premier's economic recovery team hinted at dramatic changes to fix the province's spending woes.
From apathy to terror: St. John's residents weigh in on unfinished U.S. vote count
CBC asked people on the street how they spent election night — and how they're feeling about a race that hasn't yet concluded.
N.L. takes first step toward basic income as NDP motion passes in legislature
Politicians did an unusual thing last week: they unanimously agreed to look at giving away free cash to eligible Newfoundlanders and Labradorians.
2 portraits of accused principal Robin McGrath emerge, as assault trial breaks
The trial heard from over a dozen witnesses, with McGrath's cross-examination on Wednesday ending testimony and the case adjourned until Nov. 9.
Principal accused of assaulting 4 students says he employed board training when restraining child
Robin McGrath flatly denied assault allegations from the witness box Tuesday, as work culture was pushed to the fore by his lawyers' line of questions.
Principal accused of assaulting students did little more than speak sternly, court hears
In direct contrast to previous testimony, school staff described Robin McGrath as a benign authority figure who was 'good with the kids.'
Daniel Leonard acquitted of 1st-degree murder in Dale Porter's death
Daniel Leonard's defence lawyers asked for an acquittal Tuesday morning in court, and the judge agreed.
Slew of recent headlines sparks rally for sex assault survivors
Recent news of retrials, and the arrest of a sex offender last month, has prompted survivors and allies to call for justice.
Judges make mistakes. Is there a way complainants don't have to pay for them?
Smoldering outrage a week after the mistrial of police officer Doug Snelgrove has advocates demanding change in Newfoundland and Labrador courtrooms, writes Malone Mullin.
Doug Snelgrove mistrial 'has nothing to do with justice,' advocates say
As the province awaited a verdict, the unthinkable happened for women's advocates: the possibility of a third trial for the same sexual assault case.
Jury sequestered to decide fate of police officer Doug Snelgrove in sexual assault trial
Snelgrove had previously been acquitted of sexual assault, but new instructions ask them to consider his position of power as a police officer.
Complainant initiated all acts, accused cop tells sexual assault trial
RNC Const. Doug Snelgrove testified Tuesday that the complainant seemed sober and engaged, consented to all physical contact and made the first move.
Woman accusing constable of rape delayed reporting, feared police wouldn't believe her
The complainant in the retrial of Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer Doug Snelgrove testified Thursday.