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He’s become famous across the country for his appearances on the hit reality television series, Coldwater Cowboys. Now Todd Young is in trouble with the law after being accused of violating fishing regulations.
Concerns are being raised this evening about the lack of fire-fighting equipment along the south shore of the Bay of Islands. The York Harbour-Lark Harbour volunteer fire department is currently without an operational pumper truck – a vehicle that fire fighters believe could have meant a different outcome for a weekend house fire in that […]
There is a new all-day music festival in the works for western Newfoundland. It may not yet have the name recognition of the George Street or Salmon Festivals, but the organizer has high hopes for the future of his event. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
One woman is dead and two other people are being treated in hospital after an accident involving an SUV and a transport truck. It happened on the Trans-Canada Highway just east of the Hampton Junction.
The writ has yet to be dropped, but that hasn’t stopped the NDP from trying to get a jump on the competition in the upcoming by-election in St. George’s-Stephenville East. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
Thousands of people flocked to the tiny west coast community of Flat Bay during the weekend for what has become one of the largest First Nations celebrations in the province. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
A Corner Brook teenager arrived home to a hero’s welcome after she won a national singing competition in Ottawa. Emma Peckford won the “She’s the One” contest at the Ottawa Bluesfest. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
The Qalipu Mi’kmaq band has been mired in controversy since its inception, but Chief Brendan Sheppard says the band council has been making great strides to advance the cause of First Nations people. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
A Corner Brook teenagers will soon be jetting to Hollywood after winning a national music competition. Emma Peckford, 15, beat nine other finalists Saturday to win the Ottawa Bluesfest “She’s the One” emerging female artist competition.