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Evening Newshour

The province’s top-rated newscast and most-watched program, NTV’s flagship show features the top local, national and international news stories of the day, plus sports, entertainment and the most accurate weather information. Anchored by Toni-Marie Wiseman and Michael Connors, two of the most trusted names in local news, the award-winning show also includes breaking news and daily features, weekdays at 6 p.m., 5:30 p.m. in most of Labrador.


St. John’s man who reportedly pulled out semi-automatic rifle on George Street back in court

A St. John’s man who reportedly pulled out a semi-automatic rifle outside a bar on George Street earlier this month was back in provincial court today for a bail hearing.

NTV’s Rosie Mullaley reports.

First Edition

Hosted by Toni-Marie Wiseman, NTV News First Edition is a comprehensive look at your world today, featuring in-depth local interviews, national and international news, plus those lighter, quirkier stories you don’t always see in a newscast. Watch NTV News First Edition weeknights at 5:30 p.m., 5 p.m. in most of Labrador.


Police presence at Paradise home

Many residents in the Trails End subdivision of Paradise have been on edge this week as a result of a large police presence at a home in the neighbourhood.

Several police vehicles, including the forensic identification unit, were at 16 Trails End Drive for at least three days. An evidence tent was set up in the backyard, with bright lights seen at night.

The vehicles left this morning and the tent was dismantled.

When NTV inquired, the RNC remained tight-lipped, but indicated information would be made available soon.


32-year-old teacher, volleyball coach charged with sexual assault

A 32-year-old teacher and volleyball coach has been arrested and charged with sexual assault. 

Police say paradise resident Markus Hicks used fake identities on social media to arrange sexual acts. NTV’s Beth Penney reports.


Breaking News: RCMP confirm report of sunken vessel in waters off Fleur de Lys

The RCMP have received a report of a sunken vessel in the waters off of Fleur de Lys, nearly 30 kilometres north of Baie Verte.

Rescue efforts are ongoing, at this time there is no word of how many people are on board the ship. NTV News is following this breaking story, and will have more information as it becomes available.

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