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Grieg kicks off $250-million aquaculture project with $30 million from province

A celebration was held in Marystown on Friday to kick off Grieg NL's $250-million Placentia Bay Aquaculture Project. The province will kick in $30...

Princeton resident trying to save church from demolition

A resident of Princeton, Bonavista Bay, is trying to save a church from demolition. Mark Clench wants it turned into a community centre. NTV's...

Marystown parents protest 1.6-kilometre school bus rule

Parents of students at Sacred Heart Academy in Marystown are concerned for the safety of their children because of the 1.6-kilometre school bus rule....

Newman’s Cove wharf destroyed by Hurricane Igor finally getting repairs

A wharf destroyed by Hurricane Igor in 2010 is finally going to be repaired. Newman's Cove had been battling Ottawa for eight years. A...

Terrenceville residents protest plan to demolish wharf

Residents of Terrenceville began protesting this week against plans by Transport Canada to demolish a wharf in the community. NTV's Ross Tilley reports.

Grand Bank mayor believes surf clam reversal an election ploy

The federal government may have reversed course on the surf clam quota, but the mayor of Grand Bank isn't celebrating. Rex Matthews believes it's...

New cell tower could improve safety on Burin Peninsula highway

The provincial government is continuing its efforts to improve safety on the Burin Peninsula highway by engaging in a project that could see new...

Special Olympian returns to Frenchman’s Cove with three medals

The Canadian Special Olympics Summer Games were held in Antigonish, N.S., this past week. Lucas Antle of Frenchman's Cove came home with three medals,...

EVAS Air accuses government of holding up Burin Peninsula air service

EVAS Airlines of Gander says it's ready to provide scheduled service to the Burin Peninsula. But the company says the government's lack of co-operation...

Environmental assessment to help sale of Marystown shipyard, province says

The Marystown council met with a Liberal MHA this week to discuss government's decision to begin an environmental assessment of the Marystown shipyard. The...