David Salter

NLTA marks Education Week by bringing attention to ongoing teacher shortage

This week is education week, with a theme of “better together”. But the NLTA says classrooms would be better if the province hired more teachers.

Opposition calls government’s child care plan flawed

The government is promising more measures to improve access to child care, but the opposition says the plan is flawed. NTV’s David Salter reports.

Province to offer signing bonuses to attract new doctors to Bonavista

A potential reprieve tonight for the beleaguered Bonavista hospital, government announced today in the House of Assembly it’s significantly sweetening the pot to attract new doctors to the region. NTV’s David Salter has more in this report.

NLTA voices concerns about school safety after PWC attack

A third teenager has been arrested after last week’s attack at Prince of Wales Collegiate.

The teen was set to appear in court today as the Newfoundland and Labrador Teacher’s Association voiced their concerns about school safety. NTV’s David Salter reports.

Second teenager charged after attack at Prince of Wales Collegiate

A second teenager has been charged in connection with last week’s attack outside Prince of Wales Collegiate. Tyler Greening, 18, has been charged with party to attempted murder, party to assault with a weapon and accessory. NTV’s David Salter reports.

Screech rum to get new taste

An iconic and historic brand, long synonymous with Newfoundland will undergo a flavour change this summer. Screech rum will soon taste a little different because of supply change issue. NTV’s David Salter reports.

Province rolling out mobile unit pilot project for ambulance service on Southern Shore

With rural areas struggling to keep ambulance coverage, the province is rolling out a pilot project for a mobile rapid response unit that could be expanded province-wide. NTV’s David Salter reports.

Tennis facilities to get upgrades ahead of Canada Summer Games

Tennis is the latest sport in the province to benefit from St. John’s hosting the 2025 Canada Summer Games. The province will spend $1.4 million on upgrades to the city’s two main facilities. NTV’s David Salter reports.

Dawson Mercer breaks another New Jersey Devils record

Bay Roberts native Dawson Mercer continues to enjoy a brilliant sophomore NHL season by setting a pair of New Jersey Devils team records in the past week.

Opposition weighs in on shocking attack at senior’s home in Carbonear

The Opposition is the latest to weigh in on the shocking and brutal attack at a senior’s home in Carbonear that sent a man to hospital this week.

NTV’s David Salter has more in this report, and a warning, some of images may be disturbing.

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