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St. John’s traffic pilot projects to become permanent

Three traffic pilot projects in St. John's may become permanent. Changes to the five corners at the foot of Signal Hill and Veterans Square...
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A homecoming fit for an Olympic gold medalist

Kaetlyn Osmond will be making her way back to her home province this week and Placentia West-Bellevua MHA Mark Browne is encouraging the public...
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Team Gushue looks for silver lining after remarkable season

Team Gushue capped a remarkable season on Sunday, even though it didn't end exactly the way they wanted. The Brier champions took home silver...
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Carl English named league MVP as St. John’s Edge begin first playoff run

The St. John's Edge will play their first playoff game on Friday evening. Carl English of Patrick's Cove has been named league MVP as...
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Newtown students shave for the brave to support teacher fighting cancer

Kids rallied behind their teacher Thursday in her battle against cancer. More than 50 students at Newtown Elementary shaved for the brave. NTV's Kelly-Anne...
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Ray Newman, acquitted of murder, charged with assaulting woman

The man acquitted second-degree murder for the death of Chrissy Predham Newman was back in court on Tuesday. This time Ray Newman is charged...
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Team Gushue aims to repeat as world champions in Las Vegas

Team Gushue is heading to Las Vegas to try to complete curling's version of a double-double. The team repeated as Brier champions a few...
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Students compete to represent N.L. at Skills Canada competition

Students from all over the province were competing Friday to represent Newfoundland and Labrador at the Skills Canada National Competition. NTV's Kelly-Anne Roberts reports.  
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Paralympic silver medalist Liam Hickey returns home

It took nearly a day of flying but paralympian Liam Hickey finally arrived home early this morning. He was greeted with open arms by...
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Nine RNC officers recognized for decades of service to police force

Nine members of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary were recognized Tuesday for their decades of service to the police force. NTV's Kelly-Anne Roberts reports.