The projected cost of the Muskrat Falls project has risen another $1 billion to $12.7 billion including interest. Nalcor CEO Stan Marshall announced the new capital cost at $10.1 billion without interest on Friday. He says delays and outstanding claims...
MHA priorities are interfering in the proper management of provincial government roadwork, Auditor General Terry Paddon said in a report on Friday. “Issues were found in all stages of roadwork management from planning to completion,” Paddon said. The Auditor General found...
Late night on Thursday, RNC patrol officers observed a vehicle doing donuts near by Waterford Valley High School in St. John's. As police approached the vehicle, they witnessed the driver and the passenger switch seats. The two 16-year occupants...
Around 8:15pm on Thursday, RNC Patrol Services were called to the scene of an accident in centre-city St. John's where a vehicle had struck a cyclist and left the scene. As a result of investigation, police found the 76-year...
The Sears store in Corner Brook is one of 59 locations that will close after Sears Canada announced it is seeking protection from its creditors. The struggling retails is closing 20 department stores, 10 outlet stores and 14 Sears...
The mayor of Twillingate fears those who have lost their jobs at the Notre Dame shrimp processing plant won't qualify for employment insurance. Gord Noseworthy says it's a dark time for the town after the closure of the plant....
Former premier Brian Peckford says the province has become complacent about the Atlantic Accord he signed in 1985. Peckford addressed Noia at its 40th anniversary convention on Thursday. NTV's Michael Connors reports.  
There is little doubt about the long-term potential off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, with seismic mapping showing promising results. But new producing fields could be years away, so what's happening in the short-term? NTV's Danielle Barron reports...
Four people in Clarenville have been left homeless after fire destroyed their duplex on Thursday morning.
Students across the province celebrated the last day of school on Thursday. Some of them had advice for their parents on how to enjoy the summer. NTV's Leila Beaudoin reports.  


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