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Riverhead's Canadian Screen Awards nominations
They worked side by side in a local film last year... and now, two actors in Riverhead are up for Canadian Screen Awards.
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Women's March on Washington
Jenn Deon of St. John's was in Washington, D.C on Saturday to take part in the rallies and marches denouncing newly-elected President Donald Trump and his policies.
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A former TV blogger and a binge watcher drop by to help you find some good things to watch at home what with a snowy weekend in store!
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The City of St. John's asked consultants for a critique on the way it manages its fleet of trucks, tractors and snow clearing equipment. The result is 65 pages of mostly-bad news.
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Eyesight restoration surgery
A few months ago, 16-year-old Jakob Dawe went blind. Now, his parents are hopeful an experimental treatment in Dubai will give him his sight back.
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Christmas cough mystery
What one St. John's man thought to be a chest infection... turned out to have a somewhat more seasonal explanation.
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Seasonal Affective Disorder
It's more than just the winter blues. A psychologist on how to recognize the signs of SAD... and how to cope with it.
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Slip and falls legal responsibility
Salt your steps or pay the price? How much responsibility do homeowners have if someone slips and falls on their property?
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The Colony of Unrequited Dreams... at the NAC
It's the story about the most divisive character in Newfoundland and Labrador history. Now, people in the nation's capital will get a glimpse into the world of Joey Smallwood.
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Cruise ship outlook
The City of St. John's expects cruise ship traffic to double this year, but a cruise industry expert begs to differ.
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Rate My Treads
You can't think on your feet when you're lying on your back. A research lab in Toronto is testing winter boots for traction.
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New year, new you...right? If you need an extra push to get organized, a pro shares tips on how to declutter your life!
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Old Christmas Day
Bigger than Christmas? Barnyard animals bowing in secret? Cracking open the CBC vault for some Twelfth Night traditions past... and chatting with a modern-day expert about Old Christmas Day traditions.
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A Mount Pearl man - and 30,000 others - are taking Atlantic Lotto to court over video lottery terminals they say are designed to deceive. His story, and then a deeper look into what makes slot machines so addictive.
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St. John's journalist James McLeod has deactivated his Twitter account.
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In this province much depends on the price of a barrel of oil or a tonne of iron ore... and we can't do a thing about either. Global market tends and what lies ahead in 2017 with investment advisor Larry Short.
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Keeping up with Santa
Krissy Holmes goes on a ride-along with Santa as he winds down his epic pre-Christmas community tour at Bishop Abraham school in St. John's.
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Feed NL big donation
Going once... going twice... Sold! It seems people are willing to pay a lot of money for a pig roast.
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A freelance producer in Jordan on the impact that Sunday's shootings - one of which took the life of a Newfoundland woman - is having on those in the middle eastern country.
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Getting psychological about internet trolling.
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"Messiah" director's finale
Hearing Handel's Messiah at the Basilica is a Christmas tradition for some... but after this year's performance, the symphony's choir director will be taking his final bow.
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Philip Riteman receives the Order of NL
Holocaust survivor Philip Riteman received the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador on Wednesday. His son Larry, who accepted on his behalf, drops by to talk about the world view of a second-generation survivor.
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A group of local archaeologists is diving deep to learn more about German sneak attacks on Bell Island.
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A family business in Torbay wants to make someone's home a little warmer this Christmas season.
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Sean McCann home for the holidays
Musician Sean McCann drops by for a chat and a couple of songs.
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Gaskiers water supply
An update from the mayor of Gaskiers about the ongoing issues with the town's water following the story of a mother having to bathe her son in brown water.
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The St. John's Morning Show kicks off Feed NL Day with musical guests, hot drinks, surprises and plenty of donations as generous folks drop off contributions for the Community Food Sharing Association!
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DNA keepsake jewelry
Natasha Glover has an unusual business... making jewelry out of DNA.
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Former mayor Andy Wells and his ongoing feud with St. John's City Council.
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Driving Bob's bus
A Port aux Basques man talks about his time at the helm of Bob Dylan's tour bus.
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Enough with the stuff
Curbing the craziness of Christmas: Our resident expert Jacquelyn Mair with her tips on how to have an easy breezy, holiday season.
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"Storm the Kettle"
Resetting the Newfoundland table: Two local authors share their inspiration behind a new cookbook.
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"A Silk Purse From A Sow's Ear?"
Writer Marianne Warren grew up in the UK... but she had to move to Newfoundland to find her voice.
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It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a... drone - and it's lurking outside one woman's Gower Street home.
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CannaLeaf Medical Dispensary
Shopping for pot might not be legal yet. However, people are doing it - out in the open - at a store in St. John's.
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Amid reports of a new marijuana dispensary in downtown St. John's, a man has plans to open his own pot shop in the city.
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Freedom from the grind
All you can eat vacation days? Getting paid to go to the gym? Working from home whenever you feel like it? Sounds like a dream for some... but one local business owner says for his workers - it's a reality.
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Who's driving your cab? A look at the city's lack of regulation with the deputy-mayor... and what one councillor wants to do about it.
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The man who captured the dramatic near-miss dashcam video that's captured big attention... and a mayor who says that stretch of highway in CBS has a history of dangerous driving.
Following that: Lives forever changed by "non-life-threatening injuries."
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'Tis the season... when the rodents are roaming.
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Revisiting the Upper Churchill contract
What Hydro-Quebec stands to gain by aligning itself with Newfoundland and Labrador.
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MUN Board of Regents resignation
A student on Memorial University's Board of Regents resigns, but she can't go into the specific details about why. She explains why she's accusing the board of bullying, and the chair of the Board responds.
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Flying elbows, face kicks and lots of gold
A St. John's Martial Arts Club cleans up at a national Muai Thai championship competition in Toronto.
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Living with Lyme
A woman from this province is pushing for better diagnosis and treatment across the country.
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Searching for surrogates
A company from Alberta is scouting on the island this week, but it's not your typical job recruitment.
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Testin' the waters in Chatanooga, Tennessee
Some local rowers just got back from one of the world's largest regattas... and no surprise they did pretty well.
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Leonard Cohen remembered
Vicky Hynes is the organizer of an annual Leonard Cohen tribute concert in St. John's.
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US election and financial markets
The new president-elect of the United States calls himself a successful businessman. An investment advisor looks at how the financial markets are reacting.
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Talking Donald Trump
Studio guests and listeners react to the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States of America.
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Food fishery licences and tags
Liberal MP Ken McDonald answers questions about the proposed system for next year's food fishery.
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Not taking the bait
After attending DFO's consultation last week, two food fishery participants say the tags system for next year is a bad idea that's left them with more questions than answers.
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What they're doing is not quite legal, but a new business has opened in St. John's.
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Mother seeks help for bedridden daughter
Connie Phillips of Bonavista doesn't walk and she doesn't talk. In fact, she spends most of her day in bed. But her mother says life could be greatly improved... if only someone would help.
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Toutons and Jam Jams in BC
A five-star hotel in Vancouver has hired a Newfoundlander as its executive pastry chef.
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Project Kindness NL
The man who's changing St. John's... one good deed at a time.
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Innocence Canada funding
A man who fights for the freedom of the wrongfully convicted says his organization may not be able to continue.
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88.5 FM launch party
We're celebrating our brand new 88.5 FM frequency... That means you can now tune into your favourite A.M. show on your FM dial. We've got prizes, trivia, a live band and a few surprises... all in the spirit of 88!
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Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra gala
Jody Richardson, one of the headline acts when the NSO Gala takes over the Arts and Culture Centre Friday night, drops by with a preview.
Intro: Tomorrow night's gala is the big fundraiser of the year for the Newfoundland Symphony Orchest
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Revealing personal secrets in a pub... and raising money to help Haiti
Five people coming together on a blustery night is the premise for a play that opens next week at the LSPU Hall.
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Let's go Tom Cats!
They're the only hockey team from Canada to be in the running for a prize that could go a really long way.
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Muskrat Falls protest moves to Ottawa
Billy Gauthier, who's on the eleventh day of a hunger strike over Muskrat Falls, took his protest to Ottawa over the weekend.
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Autism Society's potato harvest
Growing potatoes for seniors in need: It's harvest time at the Elaine Dobbin Centre for Autism.
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Muskrat Falls vegetation clearing
After weeks of pressure and protests, the province orders Nalcor to take more preventative measures at Muskrat Falls... but many say it isn't enough. Environment minister Perry Trimper drops by the studio.
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October is ADHD Awareness Month
An ADHD coach discusses the challenges and offers some suggestions for coping with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in the workplace.
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