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Graham Veitch found not criminally responsible for death of David Collins

Graham Veitch has been found not criminally responsible for the death of David Collins because of mental illness. Justice Sandra Chaytor said Thursday morning she...
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Judge hands down stern sentence for brazen armed robbery

A stern sentence was handed down Wednesday to one of the men charged for a brazen armed robbery at a St. John's bank last...
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Another person speaks out about vacation gone wrong in Cuba

Another person is speaking out about a vacation that went wrong in Cuba. This time it's chef Rory MacPherson sharing a cautionary tale about...
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Artists gather in St. John’s for tattoo convention

More than 70 tattoo artists from across the country are in St. John's this weekend for the fifth annual tattoo convention. NTV's Gerri Lynn...
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Seamus O’Regan stands by support for Bill C-69

Federal cabinet minister Seamus O'Regan is not backing down from his support for Bill C-69. O'Regan has been under fire ever since he sent...
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Auditor General’s report raises concerns about school bus safety, student nutrition

Auditor General Julia Mullaley released a report Thursday that raises concerns about school bus safety and nutrition in schools. NTV's Gerri Lynn Mackey reports.
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Province faces hefty price tag to repair damaged water bomber

NDP MHA Jordan Brown is raising concerns after a provincial water bomber was grounded. The aircraft sustained serious damage while fighting a fire on...
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Court victory’s impact on Muskrat Falls water management not cut and dried, consumer advocate...

Consumer Advocate Dennis Browne shared his thoughts Friday on the appeal court ruling in Quebec in favour of Nalcor subsidiary CFLCo. Browne says the...
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Former B.C. premier Christy Clark attacks Bill C-69 at Noia conference

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark came out swinging Thursday at the federal environmental legislation known as Bill C-69. She spoke at the end of...
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Tories accuse Liberal minister of possible breach

Strong accusations today from PC member Paul Dinn against Liberal minister Bernard Davis regarding a possible breach to the Privacy Act.