An organization that relies heavily on the generosity of others is having a problem with the way the public is lending its support. Corner Brook’s Salvation Army Thrift Store regularly receives donations of used clothing and other items, but some of the material meant for resale ends up on the trash heap instead. NTV’s Don […]
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City staff are scrambling to fill the void at the Corner Brook Civic Centre after the Royals announced they will sitting out this season in the Central West Senior Hockey League. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
A Corner Brook environmental group is taking issue with a decision by Memorial University’s Grenfell Campus to mothball an industrial-sized composter that has been in use since 2011. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
Three Parks Canada properties in western Newfoundland are undergoing upgrades this summer. The federal government is spending more than $45 million in L’Anse aux Meadons, Port au Choix and Grose Morne National Park. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
The Corner Brook Royals are out, but it looks like other teams in the Central West Senior Hockey League will stay put. NTV’s Colleen Lewis reports.
People with an interest in the multitude of walking trails in this province will soon be able to take a stroll along some of those trails without ever having to leave the comfort of their home. NTV’s Don Bradshaw explains why.
Residents of Rocky Harbour and Norris Point are planning a candlelight vigil this weekend to honour the memory of a young man from that region who lost his life in a car crash late last week. NTV’s Don Bradshaw has more in this report. **
The Mayor of Corner Brook issued an apology at a public meeting of city council Monday evening for a comment he made on social media that was viewed, by some, as an accusation of bigotry towards another member of council. But, despite receiving the apology, Councillor Tony Buckle says he isn’t convinced the mayor’s mea […]
On Monday, the town council there will relocate its municipal offices to a new, larger headquarters. But, rather than spending millions of dollars to construct a new town hall, the municipality took a more cost-effective approach towards is expansion plan. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
There’s been a shakeup atop the corporate ladder inside the Qalipu first nations band council offices, with the highest-ranking employee within the organization leaving her post. NTV’s Don Bradshaw picks up the story.