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Workers ratify tentative deal hoping for sale of Come by Chance refinery

Members of the United Steelworkers have ratified a tentative deal that could pave the way for the sale of the Come by Chance oil...
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Dean MacDonald interested in buying into Terra Nova project

Newfoundland Growlers owner Dean MacDonald has shown interest in buying a lot of thing lately, from Mike One Centre to the Come by Chance...

JUSTICE NEWS

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Woman sent to hospital with serious injuries after hit and run

A woman was sent to hospital with serious injuries Friday afternoon after an apparent hit and run on Empire Avenue in St. John's. It...
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Court of Appeal green lights class-action lawsuit against Nalcor for Mud Lake flooding

The Court of Appeal has given the green light for a lawsuit against Nalcor for flood damage. The class-action was launched after a number...

POLITICAL NEWS

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Nunatsiavut Government planning to take control of child welfare services

The Nunatsiavut Government is developing a plan to take control of child welfare services from the provincial government within three years.
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Government briefing note suggests more breeding between farmed and wild salmon

Government is facing more questions about farmed salmon escaping from aquaculture pens. The Tories say a briefing not reveals an increase in breeding between...
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

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OZFM back on top after 44 years on air

OZFM marked 44 years on the air on Tuesday. After four decades, the radio station is celebrating being back on top.
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‘Take a Book, Leave a Book’ to improve literacy on Burin Peninsula

A series of self-serve libraries called "Take a Book, Leave a Book" aim to improve literacy on the Burin Peninsula. NTV's Ross Tilley reports.
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POLITICAL NEWS

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Nunatsiavut Government planning to take control of child welfare services

The Nunatsiavut Government is developing a plan to take control of child welfare services from the provincial government within three years.
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Government briefing note suggests more breeding between farmed and wild salmon

Government is facing more questions about farmed salmon escaping from aquaculture pens. The Tories say a briefing not reveals an increase in breeding between...

JUSTICE NEWS

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Woman sent to hospital with serious injuries after hit and run

A woman was sent to hospital with serious injuries Friday afternoon after an apparent hit and run on Empire Avenue in St. John's. It...
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Court of Appeal green lights class-action lawsuit against Nalcor for Mud Lake flooding

The Court of Appeal has given the green light for a lawsuit against Nalcor for flood damage. The class-action was launched after a number...

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

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OZFM back on top after 44 years on air

OZFM marked 44 years on the air on Tuesday. After four decades, the radio station is celebrating being back on top.
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‘Take a Book, Leave a Book’ to improve literacy on Burin Peninsula

A series of self-serve libraries called "Take a Book, Leave a Book" aim to improve literacy on the Burin Peninsula. NTV's Ross Tilley reports.
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Janeway Telethon caps another weekend of entertainment

The 2021 Janeway Telethon was a big hit among Newfoundlanders and Labradorians. NTV's David Salter takes a look back at how the weekend went.
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75 years on the cover of the Newfoundland Herald

The Newfoundland Herald released its 75th anniversary edition last week. Former managing editor Mark Dwyer looks back at 75 years of covers.
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Newfoundland Herald celebrates 75th anniversary

The Newfoundland Herald is celebrating its 75th anniversary with a commemorative edition that hit the stands on Monday. Geoff Stirling launched a weekly newspaper...