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DFO scientists say half of province’s rivers in critical zone

DFO scientists say half the salmon rivers in the province are now in the critical zone. That's why they recommend moving to a catch...

Report makes 39 recommendations on harassment at MUN medical school

Memorial University has released a report on its medical school after allegations of bullying, intimidation and sexual harassment surfaced last year. The report found...

Province recognizes Pride Week with flag-raising ceremony

The province recognized Pride Week with a flag raising at Confederation Building on Monday. The LGBTQ community celebrated new milestones this year, such as...

From rescue dog to police dog, Luke retires from RCMP

One of the RCMP's most distinguished police service dogs retired on Friday. Luke started out as a stray, but found new life on the...

St. John’s opens new park named for Paul Johnson

The City of St. John's unveiled its newest park on Thursday in honour of Paul Johnson. NTV's Heather Gillis reports.

St. John’s City Council to refer electoral reform to expert panel

St. John's City Council plans to refer proposals for municipal election reform to a panel of experts. The issue was discussed the council's weekly...

Colleagues remember former deputy mayor Ray O’Neill

Ray O'Neill, a former deputy mayor of St. John's, died on Sunday after a lengthy illness. O'Neill was 72. St John's Mayor Danny Breen -...

RNC mounted unit welcomes new rider and new horse

This time last year, Kelsey Aboud wanted to quit her job as a police officer. But that's not the case anymore. On Friday, she...

CFS and government dispute each other on MCP coverage for international...

The Canadian Federation of Students and the province are in a dispute over MCP coverage for international students. The CFS contends that international students...

More stringent taxi regulations take effect

More stringent regulations for the taxi industry took effect on Sunday. It will be harder to get a taxi license and there will be...