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First sea cage built in Lawn launched for new aquaculture hub

A milestone has been achieved in plans to turn the Marystown region into a hub for aquaculture. the first sea cage constructed in Lawn...
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Lawn chosen as site to build sea farm cages

Placentia Bay Ocean Enterprises, in partnership with Norwegian company Aqualine, has chosen Lawn on the Burin Peninsula as the site for construction of sea...
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Ottawa and province announce funding for industrial park on Burin Peninsula

Federal and provincial politicians were on the Burin Peninsula this week to announce funding for a new industrial park. NTV's Ross Tilley reports.
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Marystown shipyard to be sold to Paul Antle

There will be a new owner for the Marystown shipyard by the end of March. Businessman Paul Antle plans to turn the facility into...
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Worries mount in Marystown about stalled shipyard deal

About 200 jobs are hanging in the balance as a standoff stalls the sale of the Marystown shipyard. The provincial government won't sign off...
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Marystown mayor accuses province of delaying shipyard deal

A standoff has developed which is holding up cabinet approval of the Marystown shipyard deal. Sources say government is not happy with the deal...
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Three students on Burin Peninsula raise $6,000 in Shave for the Brave

It's almost impossible to find someone whose life has not been touched by cancer. Three students at Donald C. Jamieson Academy shaved their heads...
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Grieg aquaculture project entering Phase Two

A milestone has been reached for the salmon aquaculture project on the Burin Peninsula. It is now entering Phase Two. NTV's Ross Tilley reports.
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Swedish musicians release song about Burin music festival

Three musicians from Sweden and written and recorded a song about their recent experience at the Live at Heart International Music Festival on the...
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Marystown high school sends robotics team to global competition

A high school in Marystown is heading to Detroit to compete for global supremacy in robotics. NTV's Ross Tilley reports.