A 20-year-old man from Bishop's Falls has been charged with a sexual offence. Grand Falls-Windsor RCMP received a report of a suspicious man entering a camper parked outside a residence in Bishop’s Falls. Police immediately attended the area and arrested...
NTV's Leila Beaudoin interviews Banting Postdoctoral Fellow James Baker. Baker is a transplanted Newfoundlander, who now calls Ontario home. But the word 'Newfie' has stuck with him. He's studying it's history and getting closer to understanding it's emotional complexity...
It is the first long weekend of the summer and it's also Canada Road Safety week. As such, people heading out to the cabin can expect to see an increased police presence of the province's roads. Parked in an unmarked...
A 27-year-old man is dead after a serious car crash near Shea Heights on Wednesday. The single-vehicle accident happened on Blackhead Road around noon. A white 2008 Chevrolet Corvette and was travelling north on Blackhead Road toward Cape Spear before leaving...
A consultant's report on the public library system is recommending that some libraries in the province do need to be closed or consolidated. EY was commissioned to do the review after the government backed off its plans to close...
A war of words is breaking out between the province's doctors and Health Minister John Haggie on the issue of flu shots. For the past two days, Haggie has been defending a plan to stop MCP payments for doctors who...
Two sex-related charges have been stayed against a former priest from western Newfoundland. That's because case of Gary Gerard Hoskins took too long to get to trial.  
Evacuees are worried about what they will find when they return home to Mud Lake. Floodwaters forced dozens of residents to be airlifted to Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
Police in Bay St. George are warning the public after seizing fentanyl disguised as Percocet tablets in the Stephenville area. Fentanyl has been linked to multiple overdoses in the province recently, including two deaths.  
A medical school program at Memorial University has been put on notice: make changes or risk losing professional accreditation. The College of Physicians and Surgeons has given the university two years to respond to concerns before its next review...