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Aastha Shetty

Aastha Shetty

Aastha is a reporter at 570 NEWS. She joined the team in June 2018 after graduating from the journalism program at the University of Guelph-Humber. During her time at Guelph-Humber, she won several awards of distinction for her journalism work and for being in the top 10 per cent of her graduating class. Aastha was born in the United Arab Emirates and lived there until she was 16 years old. She is now a proud Canadian, based in Kitchener, doing what she has always wanted to do - journalism.

Recent Work by Aastha

Man charged for crossing railway tracks is a high school principal: WCDSB

Man charged for crossing railway tracks is a high school principal: WCDSB

Charges are also pending against a second person
Cambridge votes to oppose regional amalgamation

Cambridge votes to oppose regional amalgamation

It was a unanimous vote to pass a motion against regional amalgamation, during Thursday's council meeting
A quarter of all Canadians drive distracted: survey

A quarter of all Canadians drive distracted: survey

Over 55 per cent of people surveyed by Insurance Hotline.com admit to using Google Maps while driving
A quarter of all Canadians drive distracted: survey

A quarter of all Canadians drive distracted: survey

Over 55 per cent of people surveyed by Insurance Hotline.com admit to using Google Maps while driving
WRDSB hosts powwow for high school students

WRDSB hosts powwow for high school students

This is WRDSB's second annual powwow
Sheet metal workers are out on strike

Sheet metal workers are out on strike

They say contractors have refused to negotiate any terms so far
Amy Fee's daughter becomes provincial page

Amy Fee's daughter becomes provincial page

Sarah Fee is 12 years old and has been selected as one of 150 children across Ontario
Ever After Music Festival says yes to weed

Ever After Music Festival says yes to weed

Festival organizers say only joints are allowed -- no loose leaf weed, pipes or bongs
Sir John A. MacDonald Secondary has best ranking in Waterloo Region: Fraser Institute

Sir John A. MacDonald Secondary has best ranking in Waterloo Region: Fraser Institute

Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute had the highest ranking in Kitchener and Père-René-de-Galinée Secondary had the highest ranking in Cambridge
Troops from K-W help out in Ottawa flood relief efforts

Troops from K-W help out in Ottawa flood relief efforts

Soldiers with their home base in Waterloo Region have packed their bags and reached Ottawa, to do their part in helping the area deal with dangerous floodwaters