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|Some surgeries and appointments to be cancelled at Janeway because of increased ER visits|Pedestrian suffers reported minor injuries after being struck on busy downtown road|Union calling for action after six Respiratory Therapists resign from Eastern Health|Premier touts Liberal government’s accomplishments at annual fundraising dinner|Town of Paradise’s 2023 budget sees increased residential taxes|New study launched on World Aids Day will see free testing for HIV, hepatitis C and syphilis at local pharmacies|Qalipu Band reaches tentative agreement on military and RCMP members|Clutch hit leads Canada to win at World Softball Championship|Soccer fans take in Team Canada’s final game at World Cup in Qatar|New poll released by Narrative Research shows satisfaction with Furey’s government has improved|RCMP continue to investigate commercial shed break-ins in Grand Falls-Windsor|Anna’s Story: Using Ukrainian food to bridge cultures|Missing 13-year-old Amber Courtney found safe|Glenwood man dies in early morning house fire|Police search for wanted man Craig Lynch|Keith Sullivan stepping down as FFAW president|Police locate missing 13-year-old girl in St. John’s|Pedestrian struck, taken to hospital, following mid-afternoon collision|Jennifer Hillier-Penney’s disappearance remains unsolved six years later|Stephenville mayor defends free flight on John Risley’s private jet|Federation of Labour calls on province to address financial losses suffered by injured workers|Premier meets former U.K. prime minister Tony Blair at Confederation Building|Assembly of First Nations outlines details of UN declaration on rights of Indigenous peoples|Province mourns death of 100-year-old war veteran|How N.L. Hydro is preparing for winter months|Survey shows St. John’s residents less satisfied with city programs and services|Backstage Pass: Local youth theatre group staging Christmas show|10-digit dialing for local calls coming to Newfoundland and Labrador next April|Province reports five new COVID deaths with 19 in hospital, six in ICU|Vital Signs report explores climate change impacts in Newfoundland and Labrador|City of St. John’s launches new public EV charging stations|Cross-country skiers hitting the trails earlier than normal in central Newfoundland|Canadian Mental Health Association highlights resources for seasonal affective disorder|Team Canada remains undefeated at world softball championship|On the Mark: One of province’s top golfers, Ethan Efford, chasing his dream|Your Community: Local artists come together to support MUN food bank|Man charged with assault and attempting to disarm Harbour Grace RCMP officer|TCH reopens one lane east of Birchy Narrows after three tractor-trailers collide|Eddie’s Monday Evening Forecast | 11.28.22|Situation critical as Iris Kirby House at capacity|Group working to establish homeless shelter for men in Deer Lake|Breakwater in Trepassey damaged once again due to storm surge|Local fans look ahead to Canada’s final World Cup match|Rescue officials caution snowmobilers amid winter weather|Annual Mummers Festival begins with ‘Ugly Stick’ workshop|Association for New Canadians hosting toy drive for newcomers’ children|Your Community: How 211 NL can be used as a tool for newcomers|NDP MHA says says Labrador West facing labour and service crunch|Investigation continues into Trevor Hamlyn’s remains|Ukrainians gather at Basilica to observe Holodomor|Canada eliminated, but fans celebrate country’s first ever World Cup goal|Information session held on occupational disease claims at Marystown Shipyard|Two sent to hospital following night-time collisions|Cost-of-living cheques being sent to people who have died, Paul Lane says|New 40-unit affordable housing complex coming to Pleasantville|Flag raising marks start of 16 days of activism against gender-based violence|Grand Falls-Windsor shed bandits get more than they bargained for|RNC gives tips on avoiding thefts and online scams during holidays|World Antimicrobial Awareness Week draws attention to misuse of antibiotics|English School District CEO Tony Stack retiring at the end of January|Places to Go: Get ready for the holidays with Rise and Shine Nursery|North Pole Christmas Fair 2022 taking place at Jack Byrne Arena this weekend|Testing on Labrador-Island Link causes widespread power outages, delays commissioning|Immigration minister calls on Ottawa to double province’s immigration spaces for 2023|Brandon Noftall sentenced to five and a half years behind bars for stabbing stepfather to death|Labradorian in Qatar shares experience of watching Canada play at World Cup|College of Registered Nurses says province could see nurses from India licensed for work by spring|Ukrainian refugees share their love of home and song|Canada Post suspends mail delivery in Corner Brook as weather triggers multiple TCH collisions|Missing girl Madison Jerrett located|Moose-vehicle collision sends two to hospital, kills moose|Public exams cancelled for 2022-23 school year|Video of school bus slipping on icy roads raising safety concerns|Jessica McCormick elected new president of N.L. Federation of Labour|N.L. soccer fans gather to watch Canada’s return to World Cup|Department of Health arrives in India to establish recruitment desk for nurses|Impact of Colorado Springs shooting being felt by local Pride community|Backstage Pass: Rachel Cousins reflects on career, MusicNL awards|Province reports three COVID deaths with 17 in hospital, five in ICU|Federal government imposing carbon tax backstop on N.L. next July|Community groups hold forum to mark National Housing Day|More than 200 Federation of Labour members rally in downtown St. John’s|Many organizations feeling the need for donations as December approaches|On The Mark: N.L. softball players chase World Cup gold|Your Community: 14th annual Mummers Festival returns to Bowring Park Dec. 10|Rescued snowmobiler dies in hospital|Police intercept 2.7 million contraband cigarettes in traffic stop at Port aux Basques ferry terminal|NLTA renews calls for plan to recruit and retain teachers|Mary Shortall signs off as president of NL Federation of Labour|Psychiatrists deem woman accused of Atlantic Place stabbing fit to stand trial|Public Accounts Committee asks for plan from NL Hydro on AG recommendations|Roman Catholic Church property sales process almost complete, says archbishop|Two women make history as officials in St. John’s Junior Hockey League|‘Race 2 Dinner NL’ hopes to encourage honest conversations about race over a shared meal|Silver Linings: ‘Circle of Life’ program brings together seniors and babies|Food banks under pressure with food prices at 41-year high|Rally held in support of Ukrainians|Renowned psychiatrist Dr. Nizar Ladha dies at age 80|MHAs Paul and Jim Dinn remember brother on World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims |Gemma Hickey speaks about importance of Transgender Day of Remembrance|Local tech company Mysa recognized on Deloitte’s Fast 50 list|First Light kicks off 10th Spirit Song Festival|Daffodil Place Healing Garden hosts special fundraiser|Goulds home destroyed by fire|Two pedestrians sent to hospital following separate collisions|First Light St. John’s Friendship Centre receives $10 million dollars in funding to expand resources|Province calling on Ottawa to strengthen search and rescue services in Labrador|Premier defends against criticism over contract awarded to renovate HSC Emergency Department|St. John’s man sentenced to three years behind bars|MUN Grenfell campus offering more virtual class options for students|Canadian actor Art Hindle in St. John’s starring in TV series ‘Surreal Estate’|Places To Go: Christmas House opens for holiday season|Viktoriia’s Story: One woman’s journey from Ukraine to Newfoundland and Labrador|Corner Brook Status of Women Council finds majority of sexual assault survivors don’t feel supported by criminal justice system|Citizens’ Representative refuses to apologize to Chief Electoral Officer Bruce Chaulk|New track and field facilities announced for 2025 Canada Summer Games in St. John’s|42-year-old man charged with trying to force food into 17-year-old girl’s mouth|Hibernia marks 25 years of production|Environment Minister Bernard Davis takes part in world climate change conference|Inspiring NL: ‘The Last Dance’ final year for Keith Keating Memorial Tournament|Police investigate after firearms stolen from Natural Resources building on Burin Peninsula|Olivia Taylor crowned Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador|Auditor General finds Nalcor executives were paid hundreds of thousands more than government peers|Province awards contract to expand emergency department at Health Sciences Centre|Province unveils compensation details to residents who lost their homes to Hurricane Fiona|Fourth charter flight planned for Ukrainian refugees|Ceremony held to remember victims of road collisions|Backstage Pass: ‘Merry & Bright’ Christmas concert|Your Community: Merry Makers Market|Province reports three COVID deaths with 13 in hospital, three in ICU|Nurses protest working conditions in Corner Brook|Marine Atlantic awards contract for new administrative building in Port aux Basques|Tom Osborne reflects on record-setting tenure as MHA|On the Mark: Kaetlyn Osmond returning to N.L. for Stars on Ice|Your Community: Spirit of Philanthropy Awards|Public Health to mail two boxes of COVID rapid tests to each household in province|Fire causes serious damage to downtown apartment|Update coming from chief medical officer as other provinces recommend masking indoors|Province stepping up recruitment of nurse practitioners|Winter arrives in central Newfoundland|‘Operation Annie’ aims to bring more rescue dogs from Winnipeg to N.L.|Our Time: Local company raises awareness about gut health|Police find no evidence of foul play in Port aux Basques sudden death|Maritime Link issue causes brief, ‘widely dispersed’ power outages: N.L. Hydro|Multiple crashes keep crews busy and send two to hospital|Port Aux Basques deals with more flooding after heavy weekend rainfall|Doctor from St. John’s makes medical history in Ottawa|Former Nain boarding school to be demolished Monday|Christmas House reopens after brief shutdown by City of St. John’s|Coca-Cola Holiday Caravan visits Bay Roberts|Local hip hop artists hold event at The Gathering Place|Collisions cause significant damage, but result in no injuries|Eddie’s Weekend Forecast | November 11, 2022|Crowds return to Remembrance Day ceremony at National War Memorial in St. John’s|Remembrance Day ceremony takes place at new monument in Deer Lake|Remembrance Day service held on Bell Island|The story of Private John Lambert of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment|Beaconsfield Junior High students mark Remembrance Day|‘The 18’: A Come Home Year Concert of Remembrance held at Basilica|Places to Go: Arbour Restaurant in Bay Bulls|Special Weather Statements are in effect for the weekend from ECCC NL|Mariia’s Journey: Ukrainian refugee finds new life in Newfoundland and Labrador|Energy Minister explains why land excluded from wind energy proposals|C.B.S. shooting suspect plans to plead not guilty|Divided views on effectiveness of Seal Summit|Province working with two unions representing health care workers on recruitment plan|City of St. John’s shuts down seasonal business ‘Christmas House’|Free concert ‘The 18’ premieres at Basilica on Remembrance Day|Part II: Does social media really get the message out?|Inspiring NL: Young boy keeping his community clean|Your Community: Fog Fest Horror Film Fest taking place at LSPU Hall|Labrador MP Yvonne Jones taking leave of absence following reoccurrence of breast cancer|Police investigate stray rifle round shot through home in Isle aux Morts|NAPE sounding alarm on shortage of radiation therapists|Province increasing capacity for orthopaedic surgeries in St. Anthony, Carbonear|Federal fisheries minister promises action on science on final day of seal summit in St. John’s|ACOA Minister holds roundtable talks in western Newfoundland|Part I: Does social media really get the message out?|Seamus O’Regan highlights measures in fall economic statement|St. John’s man charged in connection with two violent home invasions granted bail|Backstage Pass: ‘Young Folk At The Hall’ taking place in Marystown this weekend|Your Community: Airport and Autism Society join forces to ease travel fears|Province reports nine new COVID deaths with 18 in hospital, four in ICU|Lewisporte child stuck with pin after biting into Halloween chocolate bar|Gold coin found on south coast of Newfoundland may be oldest English coin ever found in Canada|Truck drivers feeling impact of massive spike in diesel prices|Report filed against Citizens’ Representative on allegations of ‘gross mismanagement’|David Brazil back in House of Assembly after near-fatal heart attack|Seal Summit kicks off in St. John’s|Central business hit by vandals over the weekend|Brothers who lost their lives in World War II honoured with memorial|Questions raised over new map of potential areas for wind development|West coast church to be converted to Airbnb|On The Mark: Brad Gushue and Team Canada claim Pan Continental men’s curling title|Your Community: Newfoundland Floral Design sets up shop in downtown St. John’s|Across the Province: The St. John’s Players present ‘The Comedy Company’|Tories raise more questions about premier’s connections to Brendan Paddick|Grand Falls-Windsor couple frustrated with new garbage regulations|Captain Canada comic book artist Danny Bulanadi passes away at 76|Province attending United Nations Climate Change Conference in Egypt|Defence seeks to have woman found not criminally responsible for stabbing RNC officer|Silver Linings: ‘King and Queen’s’ concert coming to Holy Heart Theatre|One man dead, another seriously injured after stolen ATV crashes in Mobile|Your Community: City of St. John’s hosts events for National Child Day|Kitchen fire injures resident, causes significant damage to west-end home|Food banks face rising pressures with more demand and fewer donations|Fundraiser to be held in memory of Trevor Hamlyn|Team Gushue wins Pan Continental Curling Championship|College of Nurses discusses role in recruiting|OZFM hosts radiothon for Make a Wish Canada|Happy Valley-Goose Bay residents protest for more public safety measures|Ottawa’s fall economic update includes money for Hurricane Fiona-related requests|Chief Medical Officer encouraging residents to double up on flu shot and COVID-19 booster|C.B.S. shooting suspect Matthew Fowler denied bail|Province announces new women in resource advisory council|Fire safety tips ahead of Guy Fawkes night|Places to Go: Always in Vogue celebrating 60 years in business|Your Community: Outer Cove senior hockey returns|Osborne apologizes for not sharing legislation on merging health authorities with privacy commissioner|Province sending recruitment team to India to address nursing shortage|Transportation Safety Board investigating collision between two Bell Island ferries|Douglas Snelgrove back in court for appeal of sexual assault conviction|Justice Minister apologizes to survivors of abuse in youth secure custody|Corner Brook sees record number of cruise ships in 2022|Annual Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador convention taking place in Gander this weekend|Inspiring NL: Community comes together to ensure young boy wasn’t left out of Halloween|Your Community: Sock It! For Sick Kids coming up on November 18th|Pedestrian taken to hospital following collision on Topsail Road|Police seek help identifying person who shot at Kenmount Terrace residence|Privacy commissioner, opposition parties slam rushed legislation on merging health authorities|MUN students protest first tuition hike in over 20 years|West coast students join protest against tuition hikes|Province provides more details on newly announced hospital|Backstage Pass: Rawlins Cross|Exploits MHA sounds alarm on new long-term care facility not running at full capacity|Province assesses Bell Island ferries following collision|The Ode to Newfoundland from the We Stand on Guard Again Benefit Concert|We Stand on Guard Again raises $2 million for Hurricane Fiona relief|Missing berry-picker from Chapel Arm found dead|Province reports two new deaths from COVID-19|Human remains found in Paradise identified as missing man Trevor Hamlyn|Young cyclist taken to hospital after being struck by car|Another home in Port Aux Basques set for demolition after Hurricane Fiona|Chief Medical Examiner’s office working to identify human remains found in Paradise|NAPE president welcomes newly announced hospital, but worries about worker shortages|Opposition parties press government for details on replacing St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital|West Coast communities partnering to boost tourism numbers|Derek Butler leaving Association of Seafood Processors|On The Mark: Big start for Dawson Mercer|Police recover thousands of dollars in high-end perfumes after arresting two Romanians for theft|Human remains discovered on Paradise walking trail|Province to replace St. Clare’s hospital, possibly at site of former Grace hospital|Opposition questions timing of government’s announcement to replace St. Clare’s hospital|Nurse practitioners say they’re being overlooked as solution to health care crisis|Province seeks consultant’s help to make Marble Mountain more enticing to potential buyers|Holy Spirit students go above and beyond for Halloween|We Stand on Guard Again concert raises $1.69 million for Hurricane Fiona relief|Centre-city auto shop damaged by suspicious fire|Protest held in St. John’s to support demonstrators in Iran|Cost of gasoline shoots up almost 10 cents a litre|Avalon Celtics hold equipment drive for Ukrainian newcomers|MusicNL awards gala honours province’s top musicians|We Stand on Guard Again relief concert for Fiona victims airs tonight on NTV|Photo Gallery: Halloween spirit takes over metro area|Paradise collision snaps utility pole, sends two to hospital|MHA questions Gilbert Bennett’s million-dollar severance package|Concerned citizens group questions municipality maintaining provincial T’Railway|Province defends immigration efforts after Census data|101-year-old veteran steps up for annual poppy campaign|MusicNL holds conference in Corner Brook as industry recovers from COVID-19|Police investigate fatal collision near Ship Cove|Gilbert Bennett out at NL Hydro with million-dollar severance package|Pair arrested after more than $8,000 in perfume thefts|Grand Falls-Windsor woman gets house arrest for stealing from church|Final preparations underway for ‘We Stand on Guard Again’ relief concert|Mi’kmaq artist partners with RCMP for Indigenous-themed murals at two detachments|More than 5,000 customers lose power in St. John’s metro region|Home owners ticketed and fined|Mock disaster at Deer Lake Airport|Women sentenced in union fraud case|Nurse launch campaign|More inappropriate photos prompts review|Liberal MP Breaks Ranks|Nain protest|Signal Gold Mine Closes|Nurses Rally|No serious injuries following two separate rollovers|Paul Lane raises concerns about process after Bruce Chaulk reinstated as chief electoral officer|Ottawa extends campaign to match Red Cross donations for Hurricane Fiona|First PhD candidate graduates from Marine Institute|St. John’s city councillors, managers getting same pay raise as unionized workers|Changes coming to visitor experience at Marble Mountain|Police in Port Aux Basques investigating sudden death after body located in residential area|Teacher vacancies in Labrador limiting career paths of some students, says NDP MHA|Runners brave annual Cape to Cabot road race in St. John’s|Ancestry DNA brings father, daughter together|Man accused in stabbing death to be released on bail|First Voice says RNC has taken first step in mending relationship between police and Indigenous peoples|Two more names added to monument remembering victims of drunk driving|Opposition wants more stringent ethics rules after premier’s fishing trip to John Risley’s lodge|Province projecting surplus for first time in more than a decade|Labrador fishing trip lands premier in hot water|Contract talks underway between nurses and province |Board of Trade hosts premier’s first annual State of the Province address|Deer Lake airport traffic rebounding after tough couple of years|C.B.S. shooting suspect back in court|Flu shots rolling out this week across the province|Number of families affected by Baie Verte privacy breach grows to seven|Opposition calls for broader investigation into privacy breaches in Baie Verte|Visitor traffic on the rise in Rocky Harbour |Gathering Place executive director applauds Loblaws price freeze|Come by Chance refinery in mourning after worker’s death|Province announces pay equity and pay transparency legislation|Opposition leader David Brazil recovering from near-fatal heart attack |Port aux Basques residents have trouble with insurance companies after Fiona|Port aux Basques still picking up pieces from Fiona|Worker dies of injuries from Come by Chance refinery explosion|Some teachers facing delays in getting paid|St. John’s educates residents on recycling process|Marathon Gold begins construction for Valentine project|Privacy Commissioner investigating after two families say LPNs took inappropriate photos of patients|NLTA sounds alarm on new automated booking system for substitute teachers|Province changes Medical Act to make it easier for out-of-province physicians to work in N.L.|St. John’s municipal workers ratify new collective agreement|St. John’s man convicted of extorting Eastern Health to be sentenced in late October |St. John’s welcomes 300,000th cruise ship passenger since 1999|Energy Minister returns from Hydrogen Americas Summit|170 Ukrainian refugees touch down in St. John’s|Local companies present projects aimed at reducing emissions from offshore oil and gas sector|West Coast MHA challenging how provincial eye surgeries are being allocated at private clinics|Lawyers in human trafficking case looking to unseal police warrant|Clifford Small named as member on Pierre Poilievre’s shadow cabinet

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Some surgeries and appointments to be cancelled at Janeway because of increased ER visits

Eastern Health is cancelling some routine surgeries and appointments at the Janeway Children’s Hospital starting Monday. Patients will be contacted directly if their surgery/appointment is impacted and will be rescheduled for a later date. The cancellations are a result in more visits to the emergency department and admissions due to...

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Pedestrian suffers reported minor injuries after being struck on busy downtown road

A pedestrian was taken to hospital Thursday evening after being struck on a busy downtown road. Shortly before 7:30 p.m. emergency crews were called to the west end of...

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Union calling for action after six Respiratory Therapists resign from Eastern Health

More than 10% of Respiratory Therapists have quit their positions with eastern health since September. As NTV’s Beth Penney reports, the union representing these health care workers says they’re...

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Premier touts Liberal government’s accomplishments at annual fundraising dinner

The Liberal Party held a $500-dollar-a-plate fundraising dinner in St. John’s last night. NTV’s Legislative Reporter Ben Cleary was at the event, and has the latest on what happened...

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Town of Paradise’s 2023 budget sees increased residential taxes

The Town of Paradise has released Budget 2023, which includes increases to the residential mil rate, as well as the residential and commercial water and sewer rates.. 

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Town of Paradise’s 2023 budget sees increased residential taxes

The Town of Paradise has released Budget 2023, which includes increases to the residential mil rate, as well as the residential and commercial water and sewer rates.. 

New study launched on World Aids Day will see free testing for HIV, hepatitis C and syphilis at local pharmacies

December 1st is World Aids Day, and today, a new research study has been launched, where people are able to access free, quick and confidential testing for HIV, Hepatitis C, and Syphilis at eleven different pharmacies throughout the province.

 Dr. Debbie Kelly is a professor with the School of Pharmacy at MUN, and the principal investigator of the new study. She says it’s important for people to know their status. 

Qalipu Band reaches tentative agreement on military and RCMP members

The federal government has reached a tentative agreement with the Qalipu first nation that could clear the way for members of the military and the RCMP to be accepted into the Mi’kmaq Band. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.

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