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Videojournalist/NTV News covering Central Newfoundland
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Colleen Lewis has been a journalist with NTV, since 2003. As part of the province's most-watched newscast for two decades, Colleen has provided coverage throughout the province that have appeared provincially and nationally. From the Badger flood, to significant trials, to the shifting political climate, Colleen has brought reliable coverage to viewers for over 20 years. Born in Bonne Bay, and raised in Deer Lake, she is also the Globe and Mail best-selling author of Mr. Big. A true crime which stayed on the national bestseller list for six straight weeks in the fall of 2015. She has freelanced for the CBC, and written articles for magazines including Canadian Geographic. Colleen volunteered in provincial politics through the early 1990's and went on to develop a small community newspaper in her hometown. From there, she entered the world of daily news at the Western Star. But for her, nurturing her family and caring for her community has been the greatest accomplishment so far.

RCMP continue to investigate commercial shed break-ins in Grand Falls-Windsor

The RCMP say their investigation into commercial shed break-ins in Grand Falls-Windsor is continuing, and not all those responsible have been caught.

Colleen Lewis has more.

Cross-country skiers hitting the trails earlier than normal in central Newfoundland

With winter arriving early in many parts of the province, some cross-country skiers are hitting the trails much earlier than normal.

NTV’s Colleen Lewis has the story.

Rescue officials caution snowmobilers amid winter weather

With winter weather hitting parts of the island early, rescue officials are cautioning those who are headed out on snowmobiles.

NTV’s Colleen Lewis reports.

Grand Falls-Windsor shed bandits get more than they bargained for

We have more tonight on the shed bandits in Grand Falls-Windsor who got more than they bargained for.

They broke into a commercial shed this week, only to find the police were already inside. NTV’s Colleen Lewis has the details.

Winter arrives in central Newfoundland

Winter arrived in central Newfoundland over the weekend. The conditions caught some people off guard. NTV’s Colleen Lewis reports.

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Part I: Does social media really get the message out?

In the age of social media more, more organizations, and governments are choosing to share their messages online.

But those organizations might be surprised to find out that perhaps less than one per cent of their followers are actually getting the message. NTV’s Colleen Lewis has more in this two part series. 

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Central business hit by vandals over the weekend

One of the biggest employers in central was hit by vandals over the weekend. Now the company’s owner is offering a reward to anyone with information.

NTV’s Colleen Lewis has the story.

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Grand Falls-Windsor couple frustrated with new garbage regulations

It’s been a year now since new garbage regulations were introduced in Grand Falls-Windsor.

But today residents say those new rules still haven’t been made clear, and one couple is speaking out because the town has been refusing to take their trash from the curb.

NTV’s Colleen Lewis has the story. 

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Annual Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador convention taking place in Gander this weekend

Delegates from across the province will be in Gander this weekend for the annual municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador convention. NTV’s Colleen Lewis has the story.

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Exploits MHA sounds alarm on new long-term care facility not running at full capacity

The MHA for Exploits says the new long term care facility in Grand Falls-Windsor is still not running at full capacity. He’s taking the government to task for why all the rooms haven’t been filled.

NTV’s Colleen Lewis has the story.

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