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FFAW says Labour Board numbers support them in fight against FISH-NL

The FFAW says the Labour Relations Board has confirmed its membership numbers at more than 9,000. The union argues that means FISH-NL did not...

Groups call for cuts to cod quotas as stocks decline

With projections that cod stocks are going to take a nosedive, all hands are on deck waiting for the federal government to make an...

Conception Bay South to get new RNC detachment

A new Royal Newfoundland Constabulary detachment will open in Conception Bay South. Andrew Parsons, the province's justice minister, made the announcement this morning. The old...

Friends mourn death of 19-year-old mom Alyssa Power

She left behind a one-month-old baby. Alyssa Power, 19, died in a tragic car crash on Friday night. On Monday, her friends mourned and...

Kaetlyn Osmond greeted to heroic homecoming

The excitement was tangible at St. John's International Airport on Thursday evening as world champion figure skater Kaetlyn Osmond returned to the province of...

Kaetlyn Osmond returns to hero’s welcome in St. John’s

Kaetlyn Osmond arrived in St. John's Thursday evening to a hero's welcome after a golden year in figure skating at the Olympics and the...

‘She should still be with us,’ Quinn Butt’s mother says after...

Almost two years have passed since Quinn Butt died. Once again her mother, Andrea Gosse, has found justice is far from reach. She speaks...

Cosplay a feast for the eyes at Sci-Fi on the Rock

Science fiction and fantasy enthusiasts gathered for another Sci-Fi on the Rock convention this weekend. It offered everything from aliens to Disney princesses. NTV's Leila...

Harvesters protest crab prices in new season of discontent

Crab prices have sparked a season of discontent among harvesters in the province. On Friday, they took their anger to the steps of the...

Fishermen keep close eye on ice conditions as crab season approaches

Sea ice can be a fisherman's worst nightmare. Last year, it cost thousands of dollars in repairs and lost quotas. Now, as those harvesters...