Beth Penney

Crab protesters launch flotilla in St. John’s Harbour

Inshore crab harvesters continued their protests today, by launching a flotilla of boats for 3L inshore crab, in St. John’s harbour. NTV’s Beth Penney reports. 

Silver Linings: From Ukraine to Happy Valley-Goose Bay

It’s been a year since the province opened the Ukrainian Family Support Desk in Poland. NTV’s Beth Penney tells us about two families that settled in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.

Alan Doyle performs for U.S. President Joe Biden during state visit

United States President Joe Biden, and First Lady Jill Biden, were the guests of honour at a dinner hosted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday night.

One musician from this province, was part of the entertainment.

Prince of Wales Collegiate holds appreciation event following traumatic attack

It’s been a difficult couple of weeks for everyone affected by the violent attack outside of Prince of Wales collegiate. Today, the school took time to celebrate the kindness and support it has been receiving.

NTV’s Beth Penney was there.

Company with proposed wind energy project near Botwood signs MOU with Qalipu First Nation

A company proposing to build a wind energy project near Botwood has signed an MOU with Qalipu First Nation and the mayor of Botwood says it’s the first step in taking the project to the next step.

NTV’s Colleen Lewis has more.

DFO provides stock assessment for Northern Shrimp

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans provided a stock assessment this morning for northern shrimp, in fishing area four, in northern Labrador. 

Northern shrimp in area four are in the healthy zone, but the stock is located just above the ‘cautious’ zone.

Information Commissioner has concerns with ‘Duty to Document’ bill

New legislation is being moved through the House of Assembly, requiring government departments to create accurate records of important decisions.

The ‘Duty to Document’ was a recommendation of the muskrat falls inquiry, but the province’s Information Commissioner has a number of concerns. NTV’s Beth Penney reports.

NLMA welcomes $25,000 retention bonus for family doctors

The province has announced yet another new incentive to help retain family doctors in Newfoundland and Labrador. NTV’s Beth Penney has the details. 

Opposition parties highlight what they want to see in upcoming provincial budget

Budget 2023 will be delivered this Thursday, March 23rd. As NTV’s Beth Penney reports, from the high cost of living, to health care challenges, Opposition parties are outlining some of what they believe should be prioritized, in the upcoming budget. 

Sharing Our Cultures 2023 kicks off at The Rooms

The 23rd edition of Sharing Our Cultures kicked off this afternoon at The Rooms in St. John’s. 

Students have spent the past several months creating their exhibits, designed to showcase a unique and meaningful aspect of their cultural heritage. It’s all in an effort to educate, and entertain their school-aged friends, as well as the general public. 

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