The Inside Story

The Inside Story takes a deeper look inside the compelling headlines of the day as NTV’s reporters come face-to-face with the province’s newsmakers.

Singer-songwriter Chris de Burgh returns for concert in St. John’s

27 albums in a 50 year career. And an unofficial ambassador for Newfoundland and Labrador. international singer-songwriter Chris de Burgh has been performing in this province since the late 1970s and will be here once again next week.

NTV’s David Salter spoke with Chris de Burgh today from his home in Ireland and has this story.

Siobhan Coady reacts to federal budget

Federal finance minister Chrystia Freeland delivered the federal budget on Tuesday. Provincial finance minister Siobhan Coady offered her reaction.

Province hosts job fair for Ukrainian immigrants in Corner Brook

The province hosted the first of a series of job fairs for Ukrainian immigrants at the Corner Brook Civic Centre on Monday. NTV’s David Salter reports.

Educating ourselves on World Down Syndrome Day

Tuesday was World Down Syndrome Day. NTV’s Becky Daley profiles one young man and a teacher who are educating others about inclusion.

Ukrainian doctor brings her skills to province

Immigrants bring many things to the table. Among them is Ukrainian doctor Marina Sikorska. NTV’s Marina Kavatsiuk reports.

Showcasing Ukrainian culture

Strength in numbers and comfort in culture, two things that are true for newly arrived Ukrainians. That’s why there’s a group dedicated to preserving and strengthening the community. NTV’s Maria Kavatsiuk reports.

Celebrating International Women’s Day

Wednesday was a day to remember the women who have pushed the boundaries for equality, and a day to remember a woman who left her mark here in this province. NTV’s Becky Daley reports

A Whale of a Tale: Irish humpback whale spotted off Newfoundland

It’s not unusual to spot humpback whales off our shores. But a few discerning eyes have revealed something truly extraordinary about one whale that originated in Ireland. NTV’s Jodi Cooke has the inside story.

FFAW calling for streamlined process for harvesters applying for Hurricane Fiona relief

It’s been 5 months since Hurricane Fiona barrelled through this provinces southwest coast and today, fish harvesters say they’re still awaiting promised compensation from the provincial government.

Troy Hardy, a harvester from Burnt Islands and inshore council member for Francois to Codroy says the process for application requires everything from titles on stages, long family owned to recepts on lobster pots built by hand.

The FFAW is calling for a more streamlined process for harvesters looking to apply for compensation after losing things from stages to refrigeration equipment. 

Ukrainian mom brings her love of baking to N.L.

Maria Kavatsiuk continues her profile of Ukrainian immigrants. Julia’s love is baking, her worry is a son fighting the Russian invasion in Ukraine. NTV’s Maria Kavatsiuk continues her profile of Ukrainian immigrants in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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