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The Newfoundland Herald caught up with NTV’s central correspondent Colleen Lewis to talk health care, politics, economy and much more
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The Newfoundland Herald caught up with NTV’s correspondent for central Newfoundland, based in Grand Falls-Windsor, Colleen Lewis. With the recent drastic fluctuations in weather right across the island, it’s

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It’s a nasty one today in Newfoundland and Labrador. Snowfall began in the early hours and is expected to continue through the bulk of the day. As a result many schools across the island have closed for the day, with businesses following suit (or in many cases having delayed openings.

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NTV’s west coast correspondent updates readers on the state of the area in the aftermath of heavy downpours which led to a state of emergency
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The cleanup continues on the west coast of Newfoundland as people are seeing the full affects of the aftermath from heavy downpours and fast-melting

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The following is an official statement from the office of Minister of Veterans Affairs and the Associate Minister of National Defence, Newfoundland and Labrador’s MP Seamus O’Regan, regarding his recent surgery.
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On Monday, Minister O’Regan was not feeling great and Tuesday it got worse. Assuming it was the flu,

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One of Canada’s most celebrated journalists and television personalities, Peter Mansbridge brings his coast-to-coast tour to St. John’s on October 21st 
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There are a few names that round out a shortlist of recognizable Canadians. Peter Mansbridge is among that conversation, a name synonymous with integrity, dedication and proud nationalism.

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Story By Pam Pardy-Ghent
The bond between a mother and a child is a powerful one. No one knows that better than Lisa Lake, the mother of Cortney Lake. In this exclusive sit-down we learn first hand how strong those bonds truly are
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Lisa Lake looks through her treasured

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The wind is howling and the snow is flying and I’m just in from what my father used to call “a turn round the deck”. It means checking things out in a storm. All is well. The snow blower is covered and has clean gas and lots of oil. The

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