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  • Tuesday February 09, 2016

    Audio Triggered by Bad News

    The details in the Jian Ghomeshi trial are hard to avoid. And they may trigger bad memories others who have gone through a trauma. We talk to registered psychologist Dr. Sarah MacAulay about how to handle the news.

    Listen 7:40
  • Tuesday February 09, 2016

    Audio Close Call for Driver as Truck Slides Into Water

    A truck driver managed to escape unharmed from his sinking vehicle, after it slid into the water during ferry unloading at Change Islands. CBC's Jo-Anne Dooley spoke to Dean Snow.

    Listen 6:27
  • Tuesday February 09, 2016

    Audio Pancake Breakfast Has Successful Sixth Year

    The Housing and Homelessness Network's annual pancake breakfast is happened this morning in Grand Falls-Windsor. CBC was a partner for the event again this year. Our Julia Cook spoke to organizer Shannon Pike.

    Listen 4:36
  • Monday February 08, 2016

    Audio Manufacturer Says Ferry is No Lemon

    The new Fogo/Change Islands ferry has had a lot of mechanical trouble since it arrived in December last year. The company that built the vessel stands by their work, though. We caught up with a spokesperson from Damen Shipyards.

    Listen 7:34
  • Monday February 08, 2016

    Audio Karate Students Learn Some Stickhandling

    There was some fancy stickwork happening in Gander this past weekend - but it wasn't at a hockey game. The Central Morning Show's Julia Cook visited a karate class where students were learning how to use a wooden staff called a jo.

    Listen 6:51
  • Thursday February 04, 2016

    Audio Health Authority Working to Fill Positions

    Earlier this week we spoke to a Change Islands resident who highlighted continuing frustrations with the amount of medical coverage there. Leigh Anne Power spoke to the Central Health's HR Director to ask how the Authority is trying to fill positions.

    Listen 8:28
  • Thursday February 04, 2016

    Audio Bonavista MHA Hopes for More Physicians

    Four doctors in Bonavista left their positions last year, leaving the region strained for services. We spoke to recently-elected MHA Neil King about the situation and possible solutions.

    Listen 5:45
  • Wednesday February 03, 2016

    Audio Artist Promotes More Involvement From Newfoundlanders and Labradorians

    Elling Lien is a huge supporter of the RPM Challenge. He is now calling on people in the province to express themselves more through the arts. Host Leigh Anne Power spoke to him about his "UNpossible" initiative.

    Listen 6:42


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