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Harvesters refuse to fish at capelin price chosen by price-setting panel

Another battle is brewing in the fishery, this time over capelin, as harvesters refuse to fish at the price chosen by the price-setting panel. The FFAW is making a new offer to the Association of Seafood Producers to split the value of the industry evenly.

Students enjoy last day of school on first day of summer

Thursday was the first day of summer and the last day of school, as summer break began for thousands of students across the province. NTV’s Becky Daley reports.

Province asks for more firefighting help after Churchill Falls evacuation, bans outdoor fires

More than 700 Churchill Falls evacuees are spending their second night away from home after a wildfire forced them to leave their community Wednesday night. Now, the province is asking for more help to battle the Labrador fires. NTV’s Beth Penney reports.

Happy Valley-Goose Bay welcomes Churchill Falls evacuees with open arms

Churchill Falls evacuees were welcomed with open arms to Happy Valley-Goose Bay Wednesday night. NTV’s Bailey Howard reports.

Jonathan Hurley gets six and a half years for violent home invasion

Jonathan Hurley, who was involved in two violent home invasions in St. John’s in 2022, was sentenced to six and a half years Thursday. He apologized to the victims for what he did. NTV’s Rosie Mullaley reports.

Gary Gosine retiring as Wabana mayor after more than three decades

Gary Gosine is retiring as the mayor of Wabana after more than 30 years. NTV’s Ben Cleary reports.

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