About 200 nurses are meeting in Gander this week. On Wednesday, they took to the streets with a message for government. NTV's Colleen Lewis reports.
Corner Brook City Hall is urging drivers to Honk to pay for parking. It's a new app to pay for metered parking. NTV's Don Bradshaw reports.  
Protesters emerged from the Muskrat Falls construction site Wednesday afternoon after aboriginal leaders reached a deal with the provincial government early in the morning. No arrests were made as they left the work site. The protesters had been occupying part...
Morning, everyone! Temperatures on the Island today top out between 3º and 6º. The colder readings will be found north and west and the "milder" readings south and east. Winds are light now, but will pick up from the northeast,...
The provincial government reported progress early Wednesday morning after a meeting with aboriginal groups on Muskrat Falls that lasted almost 12 hours. Premier Dwight Ball met at Confederation Building with the leaders of the Innu Nation, Nunatsiavut Government, and the NunatuKavut...
Tuesday morning around 7:40, RNC officers responded to a report of a possible Break and Enter in progress at a pharmacy in center-city St. John's. Once on the scene, police stopped a suspect driving away from the area. After...
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Protesters play waiting game

It's a waiting game for protestors in Labrador. They've got a lot riding on the outcome. NTV's Ryan Harding is in Happy Valley-Goose Bay with that part of the story.
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Flag controversy at protest

There were simultaneous protests today centered around the meeting with Northern community leaders and Premier Dwight Ball. Dozens gathered at the Confederation Building but the protest also included a controversial move by one of the people there. NTV’s Jodi...
A Newfoundland businessman has agreed to purchase the Marystown Shipyard. It’s hoped the tentative deal will bring Marystown back to its shipbuilding roots, but it doesn't mean Kiewit Offshore Services will be disappearing from the community. NTV’s Ross Tilley...
Weeks after children rode them to school, the provincial government has taken several busses off the roads because they failed safety inspections. Now questions are being raised about school bus inspections and the government's role in getting kids to...