Rob Antle

CBC News

Rob Antle is producer for CBC's investigative unit in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Haggie downplays cyber-risk 'business proposal,' says threat assessment found no red flags

Health Minister John Haggie is minimizing the significance of a report that was critical of cybersecurity issues at Newfoundland and Labrador’s largest health authority two years ago.
CBC Investigates

Long before N.L. cyberattack, report flagged flaws in system

Israeli cyber experts who reviewed information security arrangements at Newfoundland and Labrador’s largest health authority confirmed “numerous vulnerabilities, security concerns and compliance issues” that needed to be addressed within its network.

N.L. cyberattack costs approach $16M, health minister says

There are some new details emerging about how much last fall's cyberattack has cost the Newfoundland and Labrador government.

N.L. slashes deficit in better-news budget that maintains record spending

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting a brightening financial picture in a stay-the-course budget that doesn't follow through on previously planned spending reductions.

Court decision 'stabs at the heart' of transparency law oversight, N.L. watchdog says

Newfoundland and Labrador’s transparency watchdog has issued a blistering rebuke of the province’s Liberal government, accusing it of using the courts to undermine the legislature’s past commitment to transparency and accountability.

Stephenville authority airs financial issues in letter to premier about provincial support

The Stephenville Airport Corporation recently wrote Premier Andrew Furey to question the level of financial support provided by the province and highlight challenges facing the operation on Newfoundland’s west coast.

Stephenville councillor 'confused' about status of airport sale, as town approves $50K grant

Coun. Lenny Tiller pointed to multiple online references that indicate the Dymond Group of Companies owns the operation, and it's been renamed Stephenville Dymond International Airport.

Stephenville mayor confident airport deal will get done, bringing big benefits

Tom Rose says he believes an agreement will be reached for an Ottawa-based company to acquire the airport in his western Newfoundland town and boost the region’s economic fortunes.
CBC Investigates

Mystery man, mystery plan: Questions abound on Stephenville airport acquisition

Nearly two months after the initial deadline, the deal still hasn't closed, and there is little information from either side on what is currently happening.
CBC Investigates

St. John's Sports and Entertainment sees more turmoil, as 6 senior staff leave

Mayor Danny Breen says he can't comment on why individuals are no longer working for the organization, but hopes to provide an update on operations there “in the very near future.”

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