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Ship returns to port after successful Manolis L cleanup

The ship that removed the oil from the Manolis L returned to port in St. John's on Tuesday after a successful mission. NTV's Leila...

Horses provide therapeutic approach for inmates at HMP

A new program is trying a therapeutic approach for prisoners at Her Majesty's Penitentiary. Once a week, horses are brought inside the prison walls...

Battle brewing over sea cucumber quotas

National Geographic describes them as "vacuums of the sea." They're called sea cucumbers. Although most Newfoundlanders and Labradorians have never eaten one, there's a...

Businesses not happy with summer of construction on Commonwealth Avenue

Some businesses owners in Mount Pearl are calling 2018 the summer from hell. Commonwealth Avenue is full of shops, but this year the street...

Police warn drivers to be careful when school starts

Children will be heading back to class this week, so the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is reminding parents, students and drivers to be careful on...

DFO offers tips for dealing with sharks during food fishery

The food fishery is like a seafood buffet for sharks, but that increases the risk that they'll get tangled in nets. NTV's Leila Beaudoin...

Northern Peninsula residents upset Nalcor blocking access road

Some people living on the Northern Peninsula say Nalcor is blocking them from using their own land. The Crown corporation will lock a gate...

Cod fishing family nets dead shark instead

The Jones family got a fright this week when they were out cod fishing. What they thought was a big load of cod turned...

Hometown Hockey coming to Mount Pearl

Hometown Hockey is coming to Mount Pearl. In November, Ron MacLean will take the travelling Sportsnet show to the east coast, and minor hockey...

FISH-NL finally gets hearing with Labour Relations Board

FISH-NL finally got a critical hearing Monday with the Labour Relations Board that could make or break its future. The upstart union and its...