Heather Gillis

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Province to maintain Team Gushue Highway extension this winter as opening...

The extension to the Team Gushue Highway will open later this fall. A long-standing dispute over the maintenance and snow-clearing appears to be settled...

NLTA concerned, school councils outraged after auditor general’s report

The teachers' union is concerned and the Federation of School Councils is outraged after the auditor general revealed a spending scandal at the English...

‘Individuals responsible no longer working’ here, English School District says after...

The English School District says there have already been firings after the auditor general released a report on Wednesday raising concerns about fraud. Julia...

Antle, Crosbie statistically tied in Windsor Lake by-election: MQO poll

Liberal candidate Paul Antle and PC leader Ches Crosbie are statistically tied in the Windsor Lake by-election, according to a poll by MQO Research. MQO...

Premier gives update on education action plan

Premier Dwight Ball and Education Minister Al Hawkins toured East Point Elementary on Monday to give an update on the education action plan released...

Nalcor seismic data shows big numbers in offshore oil basins

Nalcor is proclaiming that the offshore is back. An independent assessment shows there are up to 11 billion barrels of oil and 60 trillion...

Critics not sure about point of Muskrat Falls PUB reference

There was more criticism Thursday of the premier's decision to refer the Muskrat Falls project to the Public Utilities Board. One critic calls it...

Premier sends Muskrat Falls to PUB for review, but opposition parties...

Premier Dwight Ball has asked the Public Utilities Board to review the Muskrat Falls project to recommend ways to mitigate power rates until 2030....

DFO program asks for help tracking cod

DFO is asking for help in a groundbreaking program to keep track of cod. NTV's Leila Beaudoin reports.

St. John’s City Hall cracking down on illegal signs

St. John's City Hall is cracking down on illegal signs used by many businesses to advertise. NTV's Heather Gillis reports.