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National study finds parallel between rise in certain cancers and obesity

A new national study has found a parallel between a rise in certain cancers among young adults with a increase in obesity rates. NTV's...
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Mount Pearl wants province to look at banning studded tires

The mayor of Mount Pearl wants the province to consider banning studded tires, but for now it will settle for a review. NTV's David...
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St. John’s aims to bring back Canada Summer Games in 2025

St. John's last hosted the Canada Summer Games in 1977. Now, the province’s capital is taking aim at bringing back the event in 2025....
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Rock slide in Torbay

A section of the popular East Coast Trail in the Tapper's Cove area of Torbay has been closed to the public after a rock...
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No easy solutions to provincial debt, economist Wade Locke says

The provincial net debt stands at $15.4 billion. MUN's department of economics is weighing in on whether the government can right the ship. NTV's...
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Sikh Society celebrates 550 years since birth of religion’s founder

The Newfoundland Sikh Society celebrated the 550th anniversary of the birth of its religion's founder on Monday. NTV's David Salter reports.
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Gerry Byrne goes on offensive again after meeting aquaculture CEO

Beleaguered fisheries minister Gerry Byrne faced the media Friday after meeting with the CEO of Mowi, the parent company of Northern Harvest Sea Farms....
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Lawyer calls for public inquiry after inmate’s death at Her Majesty’s Penitentiary

Jonathan Henoche, who was charged with murder for the death of Regula Schule in 2018, is the inmate who died at Her Majesty's Penitentiary...
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Salmon groups take government to court over aquaculture environmental assessments

The aquaculture industry is on the hot seat again. The provincial government was in court Wednesday to answer for how it conducts environmental assessments....
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Iceberg Alley moving from St. John’s to Mount Pearl

Iceberg Alley will have a new home next year. The popular music festival is leaving Quidi Vidi Lake and moving to Mount Pearl. NTV's...