Beth Penney

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Jimmy Kimmel tests loyalty of N.L. Raptors fan

People across Canada have been glued to their TVs watching the Toronto Raptors' NBA playoff run. One Newfoundland fan recently had his loyalty put...

Clean St. John’s seeking volunteers for Outer Ring Road cleanup

The Outer Ring Road from the Kenmount Road interchange to the Logy Bay Road interchange will be closed on Sunday, June 23 from 8...
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Sheilagh O’Leary applauds Ottawa for moving to ban plastic bags

Canada is taking action to ban single-use plastic bags by 2021. A long-time advocate in St. John's is applauding the decision. NTV's Beth Penney...

Single vehicle collision on TCH results in serious injury

A single vehicle collision on  Trans-Canada Highway resulted in serious injury to ejected passenger yesterday morning.  Around 8:20 a.m., Holyrood RCMP were dispatched to a...

Construction begins near entrances of Janeway Children’s Hospital

A construction project is set to begin this morning near the main entrance and emergency entrances of the Janeway Children’s Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre. Construction will...
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C.B.S. warns residents of close calls with hazardous waste and garbage collectors

Everyone has to take out the trash. The C.B.S. town council would like its residents to take a closer look at what they're throwing...
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Able Sail helps people of all abilities get out on the water

It might be the sound of the wind in the sails or the lapping of the water. Either way, sailing is therapy. As NTV's...
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Muslims mark end of Ramadan at Techniplex

Thousands of Muslims gathered at the Techniplex in St. John's on Tuesday to mark the end of Ramadan. NTV's Beth Penney reports.
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‘Anonymous’ Crime Stoppers posters under attack for negative impressions of downtown St. John’s

A women's rights activist and a downtown St. John's business owner have concerns about an "anonymous" poster campaign by Crime Stoppers. They say the...
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Mountain climber talks about deadly traffic jams on Mount Everest

Climbing Mount Everest can be deadly, both going up and coming down. Mark Ballard of St. John's accomplished it recently. He speaks about his...