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Michael Connors is the co-anchor of the NTV Evening Newshour and assistant news director. He started his career at The Telegram and joined the NTV News team in 2003 as a general assignment reporter. In 2005, Michael was assigned to the press gallery in the House of Assembly and spent 16 years as NTV’s legislative reporter. He served for six years as president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Press Gallery Association. Michael was promoted to the anchor desk in 2022. He also hosts NTV’s weekly public affairs show, Issues & Answers. Michael has degrees in history from Memorial University of Newfoundland and journalism from Carleton University in Ottawa. He was born St. John’s, where he lives with his wife, Amanda, and their children, Andrew and Dianna.

Annual Mummers Festival begins with ‘Ugly Stick’ workshop

The annual Mummers Festival got underway in St. John’s this weekend with an “Ugly Stick” workshop at the CLB Armoury.

English School District CEO Tony Stack retiring at the end of January

The English School District has confirmed that CEO Tony Stack is retiring at the end of January.

Stack was named CEO back in 2017.  He is a former school vice-principal who had previously served in the military.

Seamus O’Regan highlights measures in fall economic statement

Federal cabinet ministers have been in the province this week, promoting measures in the fall economic statement.

NTV’s Michael Connors is joined by Labour Minister Seamus O’Regan.

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Paul Lane raises concerns about process after Bruce Chaulk reinstated as chief electoral officer

One MHA is raising concerns about the process after Bruce Chaulk was reinstated as chief electoral officer. Independent MHA Paul Lane was among the first to demand action on allegations of bullying and harassment at Elections N.L. NTV’s David Salter reports.

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Ottawa extends campaign to match Red Cross donations for Hurricane Fiona

The federal government is extending its campaign with the Canadian Red Cross to match all donations in support of communities affected by Hurricane Fiona. NTV’s Jodi Cooke reports.

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First PhD candidate graduates from Marine Institute

Dr. Tomas Araya walked the stage last week as the first PhD graduate from the Marine Institute. NTV’s Marykate O’Neill reports.

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Changes coming to visitor experience at Marble Mountain

Skiers and snowboarders hitting the slopes at the Marble Mountain Sk Resort can expect to see some changes to the visitor experience this season. NTV’s Don Bradshaw.

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Man accused in stabbing death to be released on bail

A man accused of stabbing a woman to death in a downtown house in St. John’s last year will be released on bail. NTV’s Rosie Mullaley reports.

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