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Bishop’s Falls mayor wants say in future of salmon angling

Bishop's Falls Mayor Bryan King wants his town to have a say in the future of salmon angling. The local economy relies on angling...

Competition between Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor not part of Central Health...

The government released the terms of reference for an independent review of Central Health this week. But Health Minister John Haggie says competition between...

Police in Grand Falls-Windsor investigate weapons assaults

Police in grand Falls-Windsor were busy Wednesday night investigating two separate incidents involving an assault with a weapon. NTV's Colleen Lewis reports.

Unifor wants more teeth in labour legislation as D-J Composites lockout...

The union representing locked out workers at D-J Composites in Gander is demanding legislative changes from the government.   THE UNION REPRESENTING LOCKED OUT WORKERS IN...

Bishop’s Falls students celebrate Agriculture Day

People were celebrating Agriculture Day across Canada on Tuesday. NTV's Colleen Lewis checked out the festivities at Helen Tulk Elementary in Bishop's Falls. NTV's...

Central Health CEO resigns after province announces external review

Rosemarie Goodyear has resigned as the CEO of Central Health. The Department of Health confirmed the resignation in a statement on Monday, almost a week...

Mild winter forces event cancellations

The mild weather this winter has been great for people who hate to shovel, but it's not so good for people who enjoy activities...

Mayors have different views of Central Health review

The mayors of the two largest towns in central Newfoundland have different views of the independent review of senior management at Central Health. NTV's...

Gander Bay man becomes province’s newest millionaire

David Head of Gander Bay is the province's newest millionaire. He collected his winnings in Gander on Wednesday. NTV's Colleen Lewis reports.

Leading Tickles school stays open with just nine students

The English School District has decided not to close four schools in this province, including one in Leading Tickles that has only nine students....