Rob Antle is producer for CBC's investigative unit in Newfoundland and Labrador.
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N.L. info watchdog wants province to fix 'big hole' in oversight role
Newfoundland and Labrador’s information and privacy commissioner wants the provincial government to reinstate powers recently stripped away by the courts.
Longtime N.L. top official charged with defrauding search and rescue organization
A senior official who was involved for decades with the Civil Air Search and Rescue Association is accused of fraud, forgery and breach of trust over a period spanning nearly seven years.
Stephenville airport has a new owner, as transfer to Dymond Group is finally signed
The Dymond Group of Companies has closed a deal to acquire Stephenville International Airport, nearly two years after announcing a suite of ambitious plans for western Newfoundland.
Portuguese ship owner says it didn't agree to pay Eastern Health for COVID-19 crew care costs
The owner of two Portuguese fishing vessels hit by COVID-19 outbreaks in 2021 says it shouldn't have to pay for the costs of treating sick crew members while the ships were anchored off Newfoundland's coast.
N.L. centre gave youth a 'safe space' in traumatic times. But it has quietly shut down
The North Star Child and Youth Advocacy Centre closed in March, just over a year after opening.
N.L. government was warned that vehicle fleet shortages could drive cuts to programs
The state of the Newfoundland and Labrador government’s aging fleet of light vehicles sparked a series of internal warnings last year about potential impacts on an array of provincial services.
Union welcomes RCMP criminal investigation of fatal flash fire at Come By Chance refinery
The union representing more than 400 workers at the Come By Chance refinery is pleased that a criminal negligence investigation is now underway into an explosion there nearly a year ago.
Mounties launched criminal negligence probe months after fatal Come By Chance refinery blast
RCMP court filings reveal dramatic witness and victim accounts of the explosion's aftermath, and reference apparent concerns about safety prior to the flash fire.
Sudanese community group calls for transparency after fatal N.L. police shooting
Representatives from Newfoundland and Labrador's Sudanese community are calling for more information to be released into a police shooting last Monday in St. John's, and are asking why the independent watchdog investigating it hasn't managed to track down family members of the man who died after being provided contact information.
Auditor general, minister at odds over critical review of COVID business, tourism supports
Newfoundland and Labrador’s auditor general is raising questions about how COVID assistance programs for businesses were run, while the minister in charge is defending the work of staff to get money out the door to people who needed it.