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New recruits begin training to become correctional officers

Twenty-six recruits started a 15-week training program Monday to become the province's newest correctional officers. NTV's Jodi Cooke reports.
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Roxon still searching for the podium

Bay St. George swimmer Katarina Roxon is still searching for her first podium finish after completing her third event at the 2016 Paralympic Games...

Man arrested following frightening incident

The RCMP in Happy Valley-Goose Bay arrested a 50-year-old Rigolet man for pointing a gun at provincial highways workers and failing the breathalyser Sunday...

Police seeking man in suspected bank robbery

The RNC is investigating a reported armed robbery late this afternoon at the BMO bank on Elizabeth Avenue - and seeking the public's help...

Parents vow to fight after board votes to close Whitbourne Elementary again

Parents in Whitbourne are disappointed after the English School Board voted once again to close the local elementary school. The parents contend the board of...
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Retired judge says four shots fired the day Don Dunphy died

A retired judge is raising concerns about the way the RCMP handled the investigation into the shooting death of Don Dunphy. David Riche was...
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Street renamed as Katarina Roxon returns to hero’s welcome

Paralympic gold medallist Katarina Roxon returned home to a hero's welcome on Tuesday. She was greeted by fans at St. John's airport, then went...
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Angry fishermen pack meetings to hear Ryan Cleary’s plan for new union

Hundreds of fishermen are adding their voice to the growing dissatisfaction with the FFAW. Angry harvesters packed rooms in Corner Brook and Clarenville this...
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Premier says no talks with Hydro-Quebec; mitigating power rates top priority

Nalcor says it is not in talks with Hydro-Quebec to develop Gull Island, nor to sell Muskrat Falls or Churchill Falls. But PC leader...
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Government says dust poses no health risk in Grand Falls mill demolition

Government officials say they're confident there is no danger to public health as a result of dust from the demolition of the old Grand...