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Corner Brook paper mill could face higher tariff after U.S. investigators...

The provincial government is preparing to fight a trade battle with Washington. At stake is the future of the Kruger paper mill in Corner...

Corner Brook launches annual Winter Carnival

Corner Brook held the opening ceremonies for its annual Winter Carnival this weekend. NTV's Don Bradshaw reports.

Premier willing to meet proponent of rejected eye-care centre

Demonstrators gathered outside the premier's Corner Brook office on Friday. They oppose government's decision to reject a proposal for a privately run eye-care centre....

Health minister faces questions about rejected opthalmology clinic

Health Minister John Haggie faced questions Thursday about his decision to reject an opthalmology surgery clinic in Corner Brook. Haggie is uncertain what benefits...

Conservation groups call for salmon fishery to be scaled back

With salmon stocks on the decline, two conservation groups in the province are calling for the recreational salmon fishery to be scaled back. NTV's...

Outdoor Alliance calls on Ottawa to re-open salmon rivers

A group representing anglers in the province is calling on the federal government to re-open the recreational salmon fishery this summer. The Citizen's Outdoor...

Corner Brook City Council debates using consultant for traffic diversion

A relatively minor spending item drew debate at Corner Brook City Council this week. Councillors voted to hire an outside consultant to help divert...

Corner Brook opthalmologist considers leaving after province says no to surgical...

An opthalmologist in Corner Brook is considering closing his practice and leaving the province after the government denied him permission to open a new...

Students hold silent protest at Stephenville High School amid sexual assault...

A group of students at Stephenville High School staged a silent demonstration in their classrooms on Wednesday. They were protesting a decision by school...

Climate Watch N.L. urges province to act on carbon emissions

A group of environmentalists have written a report that they hope will get the provincial government acting on climate change. NTV's Don Bradshaw reports.