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Your Community: Paramedic helps deliver baby in back of ambulance

Being a front line health care worker sometimes means the bad calls can outweigh the good. But recently, one paramedic says he got to watch someone take their first breath, instead of their last.

Here’s NTV’s Beth Penney with Your Community. 

Police warn of whiteout conditions on TCH

Holyrood RCMP are advising motorists of whiteout conditions on the TCH between Witless Bay Line and Soldier’s Pond and ask that unnecessary travel is avoided at this time.

Police search for missing teenage boy in St. John’s

Police are searching for a missing teenager in St. John’s.

The RNC says 14-year-old Asil Togol of St. John’s was last seen in the Buckmaster’s Circle area at around 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 2.

Togol is described as being about 5’7’ in height, 130 pounds, and has brown eyes with black hair.

The RNC request anyone who has information to contact the RNC at 729-8000 or to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers: #SayItHere 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), visit www.nlcrimestoppers.com or use the P3Tips app.

Man taken into custody after incident in Grand Falls-Windsor

Police say a man has been taken into custody after an incident in Grand Falls-Windsor.

RCMP had asked the public to avoid the area of High Street and Church Road they were responding to an unfolding event. Residents in the area were asked to remain inside with their doors locked. 

But now police say residents can resume normal activities. They can expect to see an increased police presence in the area, but there is no risk to public safety.

Labrador MHA calls on government to hire co-ordinator for sexual assault nurse examiners

There are new calls for action for women in Labrador who do not have access to sexual assault supports.

It’s been almost two years since the government promised a co-ordinator for sexual assault nurse examiners, but that promise still hasn’t been kept.  NTV’s Bailey Howard has tonight’s top story.

Memorial University resuming nursing clinical rotations despite ongoing faculty strike

Today is day 4 of the faculty strike. With growing concerns about impacts on the health care system, Memorial University has announced that clinical placements will resume for fourth-year nursing students.

Court rejects injunction to stop land swap between St. John’s golf courses

A land swap is underway between two golf courses in St. John’s. As NTV’s Beth Penney reports, some members of Bally Haly are opposed, but the courts have refused an injunction to block it.

Striking faculty in Corner Brook expect long job action

The faculty strike is also affecting the Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook.  Union members on the west coast say they’re bracing for what may be a long labour dispute. NTV’s Don Bradshaw has that story.

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