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March 2013 Archives

Seven children removed from house in Natuashish

Krissy talks to "Marie", a parent in Natuashish, where seven children were removed from a house in Natuashish because they were sniffing gas.

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Local hockey player scores big with University of Minnesota

Ted talks with 20 year old hockey sensation Sarah Davis, from Paradise, whose overtime goal put her University of Minnesota team into the US womens hockey championship.

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Mayor O'Keefe answers some tough questions on Glencrest development

CBC Reporter Zach Goudie asks the mayor of St. John's why the final recommendations on Danny Williams' Glencrest development were so different from the first draft.

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One mom's story of raising a little girl who has a rare genetic disorder

Ted talks about the joys and challenges of albinism with Emily Urquhart, whose daughter Sadie Jane was born at the Janeway in St. John's. 

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A group of MUN Computer Science students come together to aid the Autistic Society.

Mark Gauci is the Program Manager for the Computer Science Society at Memorial University. He dropped by our Studio to tell us about it.

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Searchlight's Sherman Downey and the Ambiguous Case perform live on On the Go

NL's champions in Searchlight, Sherman Downey and the Ambiguous Case , join ted for a live performance and chat.

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Economist predicts that the price of oil is set to plummet

Ted spoke with American economist Robert Aliber, who says the price of oil could plunge in the next 3-6 years, to about half of what it is now.

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Put Your Hand in the Hand Video

Here's the link to that great new video of "Put Your Hand in the Hand"

http://music.cbc.ca/#/concerts/Greatest-East-Coast-Song-of-All-Time-2013-03-08

More cell towers needed on Burin highway

Clyde Hooper says the long drive on the Burin Highway is made more dangerous by the lack of cell coverage.  He tells guest host Krissy Holmes about his fight to get more transmission towers built.

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The child protection system has changed, but there's still work to be done

Susan Abell, a child protection expert, recommended major changes to our child protection system in 2008.  Ted asks her how well the province is doing making those changes in light of 3 the Youth Advocate's reports of ongoing abuse and the death of 2 children in the province's child and youth protection system .

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