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The Thursday Edition

Just a few of the highlights from the latest show. For a more detailed rundown, click on "Read More" at the bottom of this entry. Or consult the box marked "Latest Audio" at the right-hand side of the webpage.

PART ONE

REFUGEES CHANGES. Safety first. The Immigration Minister tables a new immagration bill that gives him the power to decide which countries are safe when it comes to refugee claims.

TRUCK TIRE HITS HOME. You could say it was a wheel rude awakening. Strathmore, Alberta resident Bill Oriold woke up when a pair of truck wheels came crashing into his kitchen - after falling off a truck and rolling more than half a kilometre.

PART TWO

PHONE HACKING JOURNOS. Rage at the Redtops. Journalists from British tabloid The Sun are using unlikely allies to battle their bosses.

OBIT: NEIL HOPE. Goodbye Wheels. Remembering Degrassi star Neil Hope who played "Wheels" on the hit Canadian tv program. He passed away at the age of thirty-five.

PART THREE

SYRIAN REFUGEES IN LEBANON. Left in limbo. Thousands of Syrians find themselves stranded in Lebanon as the crisis in Syria worsens.

LOST ELGAR MANUSCRIPT. It's music to a British council's ears. Charnwood Borough Council find an original manuscript by Composer, Edward Elgar, hidden in their offices.

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