Two people are dead after a motorcycle skidded out of control on the Trans-Canada Highway near Steady Brook Monday evening. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
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A once-prominent cog in the Deer Lake economy is being reduced to rubble. The former Island Aggregates Complex is being demolished, but the town council hopes it will lead to more business opportunities in the future. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
Corner Brook Mayor Charles Pender has been facing public backlash for the city’s policy not to allow firefighters to respond to a house fire in an unincorprated area. But Pender maintains it was the right decision. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
City officials in Corner Brook are defending themselves tonight after a house just outside the city limits was allowed to burn, while the city’s fire fighters stayed put in their fire halls. Corner Brook says it doesn’t have the resources to help its neighbors so it didn’t. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
It’s been near-perfect beach weather on the province’s west coast for much of August, in stark contrast to the near-record low temperatures that hovered over the region for most of July. The late start to summer there has many people clamoring to grab as much time in the sunshine as possible, including NTV’s own Don […]
A heavy equipment operator from the northern peninsula won’t be travelling back and forth to alberta any more after scratching a Set for Life ticket and coming up ith the grand prize.
Fishing scallops is one of the most difficult of the fisheries. But the small white delicacy coveted by seafood consumers catch a good price. Now imagine coming across a scallop rich ground and then being told you can’t dig them up. NTV’s Leila Beaudoin spoke to fishermen who say they’re sitting on a scallop gold […]
If you have old paint cans or industrial cleaners laying around you home, this next story might be of interest to you. Corner Brook’s landfill site has launched a new initiative designed to help residents get rid of potentially-toxic chemicals. NTV’s Don Bradshaw picks up the story
One of the biggest expenses for dairy farmers throughout Newfoundland is the cost to import feed for their cattle. However, researchers at Memorial University’s Grenfell campus are trying to develop a home-grown product that could, one day, make dairy farms in this province more self-sufficient. NTV’s Don Bradshaw has more in this report.
A letter sent to the parents of an autistic child on the province’s west coast complaining about the boy’s apparent ‘bad behaviour’ has sparked a debate over the issues faced by those dealing with the disorder. NTV’s Don Bradshaw picks up the story.