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Federal Hibernia stake could be target of Atlantic Accord review, Lorraine...

It's not clear exactly what the province will be going after in the upcoming review of the Atlantic Accord. NDP leader Lorraine Michael thinks...

Former school council member speaks out about situation at Stephenville High

A former school council member at Stephenville High is speaking out about why she quit. Susan Fowlow believes a student charged with multiple sexual...

Local company to help gather ultra-high-definition video of Titanic

This summer a series of dives to the wreck of the Titanic will fully map and document the ship and its debris field. For...

Search and rescue officials concerned about safety after snowmobiles go through...

Search and rescue officials are expressing concern about safety after three snowmobiles went through the ice on New Year's Eve. NTV's Colleen Lewis reports.

Delilah Saunders’ condition has improved slightly, supporters say

Supporters of Delilah Saunders say her condition has improved slightly, but she is still not on a waiting list for a liver transplant.

Thousands flock downtown for St. John’s Christmas parade

Thousands of people lined the streets of downtown St. John's for the annual Christmas parade. NTV will broadcast the parade Dec. 10.

Friends release balloons in memory of missing St. Anthony woman

Friends and family of Jennifer Hillier-Penney released balloons this weekend in memory of the woman who went missing a year ago.

St. John’s City Hall opts for medium-sized bins for automated garbage...

The City of St. John's has opted for medium-sized bins when it begins automated garbage collection. The bins are 240 litres, which means residents...

Woman charged with assault after stabbing in Carbonear

Police are investigating an overnight stabbing in Carbonear. Harbour Grace RCMP were called to a residence shortly after midnight. Upon arrival, they found a 23-year-old...

Municipal election candidates face trouble with vandals

Municipal election campaigns are in full swing across the province, but candidates in Grand Falls-Windsor are facing trouble with vandals. NTV's Colleen Lewis reports.