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Government doesn’t need another study to improve prison system, NAPE says

NAPE President Jerry Earle spoke out Tuesday for the first time since four inmates died in the province's prisons in the past year. Earle...

DFO scientists examine how global warming affects life in Labrador Sea

A three-year research project is set to resume off the coast of Labrador this year. Scientists are looking deep down to the bottom of...

Coast Guard says everything went by the book in successful rescue...

The Canadian Coast Guard is applauding a textbook rescue at sea where everything was done right. Four fishermen were rescued Friday night after their...

Metrobus unveils new tourist ‘Link’ for downtown St. John’s

There's a new way for tourists and residents to get from Quidi Vidi Village to downtown St. John's and Signal Hill. It's called "The...

Noia calling on locals to lobby federal government for more support...

The president and CEO of Noia is calling on residents of this province to write the federal government in support of the oil and...

Former Saskatchewan premier urges Noia to seek clarity in federal environmental...

Former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall addressed the annual Noia conference in St. John's on Wednesday. Wall fought with Ottawa over environmental regulations when he...

Province’s oil and gas industry looks for ways to improve amid...

An early theme is emerging at this year's NOIA 2018 conference on the oil and gas industry. Industry leaders say offshore regulations need to change,...

Trepassey marks 90th anniversary of Amelia Earhart’s arrival in town

Trepassey is bringing history to life this weekend by marking the 90th anniversary of a famous historical figure who spent some time there. NTV's...

Morning mass held on anniversary of Cortney Lake’s disappearance

A morning mass with prayers and hugs was held Thursday morning in memory of Cortney Lake. It was exactly one year ago that Lake...

Drop boxes for used needles set up in St. John’s

Discarded drug needles have become a regular hazard in St. John's in recent years. Now the province and City Hall have partnered with community...