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O’Regan and Whalen still support Trudeau after his apology for ‘brownface’ photos

The federal election took a major turn Wednesday night when photos of Liberal leader Justin Trudeau in "brownface" came to light. Seamus O'Regan and...
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‘Please, grow up’: N.L. Muslim association president dismisses Trudeau photo controversy

The photos of Liberal leader Justin Trudeau have made international headlines. But the president of the Muslim Association of Newfoundland and Labrador argues people...
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Things getting physical between FFAW and FISH-NL

Things are getting physical between the FFAW and FISH-NL. Emotions boiled over Wednesday night with accusations flying from both camps. NTV's Beth Penney reports.
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Stephenville mayor blames PAL Airlines for falling passenger numbers

PAL Airlines is pulling out of Stephenville airport, calling the route non-viable. But the mayor of Stephenville is blaming the airline for declining passenger...
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Government wants best offshore regulatory environment possible, Siobhan Coady says

The offshore oil industry has had a tough year with oil spills. While some have called for a separate environmental and safety regulator, Natural...
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Team Broken Earth hits ground running in latest Haiti mission

Team Broken Earth has been providing relief in Haiti for more than 10 years. NTV's Kelly-Anne Roberts is travelling with the group to chronicle...
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Communities lobby for air ambulance in central Newfoundland

A group of communities in central Newfoundland is lobbying to establish an air ambulance service in the region. NTV's Colleen Lewis reports.
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AC Hunter Library in St. John’s accepting video game donations

The AC Hunter Library at the Arts and Culture Centre in St. John's is accepting video game donations. The Library plans to collect video...
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INSPIRING NL: Fire crew saves horses from fire

Rainbow Riders, who provide horse-riding therapy to children with different abilities, paid the St. John's Regional Fire Department a visit on Thursday to say...
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N.L. Hydro moves one step closer to rate increase

Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro is one step closer increasing electricity rates. The Public Utilities Board has approved rate changes for customers effective Oct. 1. Residents...