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  • Thursday July 28, 2016

    Audio Bee Swarm

    Thousands of bees were nested in a tree outside the Petten Building in St. John's. Workers alerted a couple of local beekeepers to help out. Jo-Ann Dooley reached beekeeper Vicky Walsh earlier this morning.

    Listen 5:44
  • Wednesday July 27, 2016

    Audio The Ecology Action Centre

    Grieg Seafarms has been given the evironmental green-light for a huge aquaculture project on Placentia Bay. The prospect of hundreds of new, full-time jobs is attractive. But open-net fish farming has lots of critics. Susanna Fuller is with the Ecology Ac

    Listen 6:39
  • Tuesday July 26, 2016

    Audio Grieg NL Seafarms

    Grieg NL Seafarms is expected to be the biggest hatchery in Canada. It will be built in in Marystown and four nearby areas. The province says it will support the project as long as certain conditions are met. Steve Crocker is the province's minister of fi

    Listen 9:06
  • Monday July 25, 2016

    Audio Fishplant Fire

    People in Norman's Cove-Long Cove woke up Friday morning in disbelief. The local fishplant was destroyed just hours earlier by fire. It's put the future of many of the plant workers and fishermen from the area up in the air. This morning, I have Henry Bre

    Listen 8:53
  • Friday July 22, 2016

    Audio Making the adjustment

    A Paradise mother is adapting to life with prosthetic fingers and toes.

    Listen 7:18
  • Thursday July 21, 2016

    Audio Ride for Riley

    The motorcycle trek that raises money for families who have a child being treated for an oncology or hematology-related illness.

    Listen 6:01
  • Wednesday July 20, 2016

    Audio House Floating

    A house floating is going to take place this weekend in Arnold's Cove. It's a part of the Resettlement Festival. Fay Matthews is the Co Chair of the Resettlement Committee.

    Listen 5:58
  • Tuesday July 19, 2016

    Audio Life saved

    A woman's quick actions help save a young boy from choking.

    Listen 7:34


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