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‘Definitely no, not running for speaker,’ Eddie Joyce says

Both independent MHAs have counted themselves out of running to be Speaker of the House of Assembly. If someone from the opposition side of...
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NDP candidate has her own kind of campaign bus

Candidates are out in force going door-to-door in the provincial election campaign. For the NDP's Brenda Walsh in St. John's West, it's a little...
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Former inmate protests conditions inside Her Majesty’s Penitentiary

A former inmate at Her Majesty's Penitentiary returned to the gates of the prison Thursday to protest conditions inside. NTV's Gerri Lynn Mackey reports.
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St. John’s ranks as second best city for women

Out of 26 Canadian cities, St. John's ranks as the second-best place to live for women. But not everyone is so sure. NTV's Beth...
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All-party committee on democratic reform to begin work in New Year, justice minister says

The House of Assembly voted unanimously Nov. 20 in favour of calling on the government to create an all-party committee on democratic reform. Justice...
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Muskrat Falls inquiry to deal with water management behind closed doors

The Muskrat Falls inquiry will go behind closed doors to deal with water management on the Churchill River. That's because the issue is tied...
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Standoff ongoing in Botwood as police warn of ‘active public safety incident’

A police standoff was underway in Botwood on Wednesday after a man, believed to be in his 40s, barricaded himself inside a home. Police cordoned...
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Police seek wanted man for armed robbery

The RNC is seeking the public's help in locating Robert King, who is wanted in connection with an armed robbery in Conception Bay South...
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St. John’s City Hall will use $3-million surplus to pay down debt

St. John's City Council reported a $3-million surplus at its weekly meeting Monday. The money will be used to pay down some debt. NTV's...
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Stephenville town council hopeful tiny homes spur new development

The town council in Stephenville has high hopes that a new subdivision of tiny homes could trigger a new era in real estate development....