A majority of Atlantic Canadians remain satisfied with the performance of the federal government, but the Trudeau Liberals are seeing some declines in the region, new polling numbers from Corporate Research Associates show. Two-thirds (65%, down from 73% in November...
During the lunch hour on Monday, an RNC officer in plain clothes chased down an assault suspect. At 12:30, the officer observed a male being assaulted in centre-city St. John's and pursued the suspect. RNC Street Patrol assisted and...
An early morning tip from Whitbourne RCMP led to the arrest of two people over a stolen truck and trailer. Around 6:00am, RNC received a report from Whitbourne RCMP that two trucks had been stolen and one was believed...
The cod stocks are recovering, but they're not back yet. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans released its findings on the Northern Cod on Monday. While the population is still growing, the stock remains in the "critical zone," so...
Premier Dwight Ball unveiled Phase 2 of his "Way Forward" plan on Monday. The first phase was criticized for not addressing unemployment, so a big part of the second phase is focussing on jobs. NTV's Michael Connors reports.
A 53-year-old man is facing significant jail time for a violent, unprovoked assaulted in May 2016. Walter Howell was charged with attempted murder, but pleaded guilty this year to aggravated assault. Warning: some content in this report is not...
The parliamentary secretary to federal finance minister Bill Morneau was in Corner Brook Monday, touting the benefits of the federal budget. MP Ginette Petitpas Taylor sat down with local women's groups to address gender-specific concerns. NTV's Don Bradshaw reports.
The province's second-largest Kiwanis Festival is underway in Grand Falls-Windsor. Organizers hope to see more interest from volunteers province-wide. NTV's Colleen Lewis reports.
NTV News has been nominated for four Atlantic Journalism Awards, including for its coverage of last fall's Muskrat Falls protests in Labrador.
A Calgary-based man who was trying to drum up support for a class-action lawsuit over the Qalipu Mi'kmaq membership process has abandoned that plan and will fight the battle alone.  
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