About the Author
Rosie Mullaley is an award-winning journalist who covered the justice beat in St. John’s for many years. A veteran reporter, who spent over three decades with the province’s daily newspaper, she enjoys telling a wide range of stories, from human interest pieces to sports to hard-hitting news and developments that affect citizens in their communities. When she isn’t tracking down the news, she is a talented musician who plays keyboard and guitar and is lead vocalist for the four-piece band Trails End. One of the province’s most respected journalists, she is also the proud mother of two wonderful boys.

How N.L. Hydro is preparing for winter months

It’s not yet officially winter, and already the province has seen one recent significant power outage. Will we be in the dark again?

NTV’s Rosie Mullaley spoke with a Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro official about what we might expect this winter, and how the company is getting prepared.

Investigation continues into Trevor Hamlyn’s remains

The investigation remains into the discovery of Trevor Hamlyn’s remains. Forensic pathologist Dr. Chris Hough discusses what goes into these types of investigations. NTV’s Rosie Mullaley reports.

Ukrainians gather at Basilica to observe Holodomor

Ukrainians gathered at the Basilica this weekend to observe the Holodomor, in memory of the famine in their country in the 1930s. NTV’s Rosie Mullaley reports.

Brandon Noftall sentenced to five and a half years behind bars for stabbing stepfather to death

Brandon Noftall, the man who stabbed and killed his stepfather in Renews two years ago, has been given a five and a half year prison term. NTV’s Rose Mullaley was at Newfoundland Supreme Court in St. John’s today for the sentencing, and files this report.

More than 200 Federation of Labour members rally in downtown St. John’s

Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour Convention held a rally in downtown St. John’s.

As NTV’s Rosie Mullaley reports, more than 200 delegates marched from the Delta Hotel to Harbourside Park, where they rallied and heard local union leaders


Psychiatrists deem woman accused of Atlantic Place stabbing fit to stand trial

Psychiatrists have deemed her mentally fit to stand trial four times.

But lawyers for Irene Hutchings insist she was not in her right mind when she stabbed a police officer in august. As NTV’s Rosie Mullaley reports, that’s why they’re set on having her found not criminally responsible.


St. John’s man sentenced to three years behind bars

A St. John’s man arrested in march for having a loaded gun and cocaine at a house where an 82-year-old woman was found dead has been sentenced to three years in prison.

NTV’s Rosie Mullaley has the story.


Fourth charter flight planned for Ukrainian refugees

The province is keeping a close eye on its recruitment office in Warsaw, Poland, as tensions escalate in the Ukraine conflict.

The office continues to attract more Ukrainian refugees to this province, with a fourth planeload expected to arrive next month.

NTV’s Rosie Mullaley reports.


Women sentenced in union fraud case

 A St. John’s woman who swindled more than $22 thousand from a local public service union while on the executive, was given a conditional sentence today. NTV’s Rosie Mullaley reports


Nain protest

Students in Nain and their parents protested today over what they believe is a shocking and unfair state of education. Students were forced back to online learning as teacher shortages forced closures of in person classrooms. NTV’s Rosie Mullaley reports.

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