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Provincial government faces questions about who is eligible for COVID-19 testing

The provincial government announced 12 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday. But it faced questions about who is and isn't eligible for testing, and...
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Mother raises concerns about childbirth rules during COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 changes to childbirth are raising the alarm. New rules over who can be there and for how long. Advocates and some mothers saying there's...

JUSTICE NEWS

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Police forces report decrease in crime during public health emergency

The province's two police forces have seen a decrease in criminal activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Residential break and enters are down 40 per...

Marystown teen charged with public mischief after alleging sexual assault

An 18-year-old Marystown woman faces a charge of public mischief stemming from a report she made of being sexually assaulted. On March 16, Burin Peninsula...

POLITICAL NEWS

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‘Quite possible’ provincial deficit could reach $2 billion this year, Tom Osborne says

Fincance Minster Tom Osborne says it's "quite possible" the provincial deficit could reach $2 billion this year. But there is a lot of uncertainty...
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Moody’s forecasts higher provincial deficit, but unclear when government will provide fiscal update

One of the bond-rating agencies is forecasting a significant increase in the provincial deficit. Moody's latest report forecasts the deficit for 2020-21 could be...
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

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West coast man beats boredom with new genre of pandemic paintings

A west coast man is using his passion for art to bring smiles to people's faces during the long days of social distancing and...
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Knitting Toilet Paper: Retirement centre keeps spirits high in online skit

During such a stressful time it's important to keep spirits up. Residents at Alderwood Retirement Centre in Witless Bay are doing just that -...
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OTHER NEWS

Facebook group aims to keep kids entertained throughout COVID-19 pandemic

One Facebook group is providing a splash of colour during these challenging times. Here's NTV's Beth Penney reports.

POLITICAL NEWS

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‘Quite possible’ provincial deficit could reach $2 billion this year, Tom Osborne says

Fincance Minster Tom Osborne says it's "quite possible" the provincial deficit could reach $2 billion this year. But there is a lot of uncertainty...
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Moody’s forecasts higher provincial deficit, but unclear when government will provide fiscal update

One of the bond-rating agencies is forecasting a significant increase in the provincial deficit. Moody's latest report forecasts the deficit for 2020-21 could be...

JUSTICE NEWS

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Police forces report decrease in crime during public health emergency

The province's two police forces have seen a decrease in criminal activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Residential break and enters are down 40 per...

Marystown teen charged with public mischief after alleging sexual assault

An 18-year-old Marystown woman faces a charge of public mischief stemming from a report she made of being sexually assaulted. On March 16, Burin Peninsula...

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

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West coast man beats boredom with new genre of pandemic paintings

A west coast man is using his passion for art to bring smiles to people's faces during the long days of social distancing and...
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Knitting Toilet Paper: Retirement centre keeps spirits high in online skit

During such a stressful time it's important to keep spirits up. Residents at Alderwood Retirement Centre in Witless Bay are doing just that -...
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Performers look for new ways to connect to fans during pandemic

Performers are among the many people who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. NTV's Beth Penney reports.
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Shanneyganock celebrating Paddy’s Day via live-stream in response to COVID-19 pandemic

The situation with COVID-19 is evolving by the minute - with  changes in the way we live here at home, and across the country. St....

Locally shot film coming to blu-ray after 43 years

The locally shot 1977 film, Orca, is being released on blu-ray by  for the first time in North America. The American thriller film shot in...