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Premier touts Liberal government’s accomplishments at annual fundraising dinner

The Liberal Party held a $500-dollar-a-plate fundraising dinner in St. John’s last night. NTV’s Legislative Reporter Ben Cleary was at the event, and has the latest on what happened at the fundraiser. 

Report filed against Citizens’ Representative on allegations of ‘gross mismanagement’

There’s been another report related to the mismanagement of a statutory office in the province. This time the Citizens’ Representative is being investigated. 

NTV’s Legislative Reporter Ben Cleary reports.

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David Brazil back in House of Assembly after near-fatal heart attack

Opposition Leader David Brazil was back in the House of Assembly today for the first time since suffering a near-fatal heart attack a month ago. Brazil spoke to reporters about returning to work.

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Questions raised over new map of potential areas for wind development

A new map released by the province yesterday on potential areas for wind projects has raised questions about how expansive these developments are going to be.

Energy Minister Andrew Parsons faced questions outside the house today about how the process is going to work.

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Tories raise more questions about premier’s connections to Brendan Paddick

The Progressive Conservatives are concerned a potential cabinet leak could have informed one of the Premier’s best friends of valuable business information. NTV’s Ben Cleary reports.

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Privacy commissioner, opposition parties slam rushed legislation on merging health authorities

The government is moving ahead with merging the four regional health authorities, but the opposition parties say the complex legislation is being rushed.

Now, Privacy Commissioner Michael Harvey has gotten involved. He wrote a letter Wednesday saying Bill 20 was introduced without meaningful consultation with his office. Harvey says that’s a violation of the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, because the bill has significant privacy implications.

Opposition MHAs spent Wednesday evening in the House urging the government to withdraw the bill to conduct meaningful consultations.

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Province provides more details on newly announced hospital

This week’s announcement of a new hospital for St. John’s has sparked lots of questions about how the decision was made.

Today, the provincial government gave a briefing to outline the process. NTV’s Bailey Howard tells us more.  

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NAPE president welcomes newly announced hospital, but worries about worker shortages

A new hospital is coming to st. john’s but the details are scarce. Today, the province’s largest union is weighing in on the government’s latest announcement. 

NTV’s Bailey Howard reports. 

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Opposition parties press government for details on replacing St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital

Opposition parties continued to press the Premier for details on the announced plan to replace St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital. NTV’s David Salter reports.

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