West Coast MorningWest coast schools that lost school days will help students catch upApr 16, 2014 | 6:54There were a lot of school closures this past winter, due to bad weather, frozen pipes and province-wide power outages, Darrin Pike is with the Newfoundland and Labrador English School Board.
West Coast MorningIt takes two (and more) to Tangle! Collaborative art show set to goApr 16, 2014 | 7:55It's a real Tangle - and that's a good thing. Poets, prose writers, musicians and visual artists will host a collaborative show in Corner Brook on Saturday. it's called The Tangle.
West Coast MorningBay Theatre has an all-woman cast for its drama festival playApr 16, 2014 | 8:31Bay Theatre of Stephenville has an all-woman cast for its provincial drama festival entry. The host club is staging Jenny's House of Joy. Tanya Alexander is an actor, Michael Fenwick is the director.
West Coast MorningCFIB director says higher waste disposal costs squeeze businessesApr 15, 2014 | 7:34Taking out the trash is costing Newfoundland businesses more and more money. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business says waste disposal costs put businesses in a bind.
West Coast MorningCorner Brook's only Vietnamese restaurant has re-openedApr 15, 2014 | 3:34Vietnamese restaurant Pho Vietnam has re-opened its doors. The new location is the former "Maggie's" location in the Coleman's building, Caribou Road. The CBC's Gary Moore took a tour of the restaurant.
West Coast MorningOff-Broadway show portrays violence, but offers message of compassionApr 15, 2014 | 6:59Off-Broadway Players' production of "Blasted" has violent scenes and strong language, but the director wants audiences to look beyond them to find themes of compassion and forgiveness.
West Coast MorningCBRH Wind Symphony takes the stage at Carnegie HallApr 15, 2014 | 5:31On-stage at Carnegie Hall - students from Corner Brook Regional High Wind Symphony lived the dream on Monday. We spoke with director Darren White, as well as students Michaela O'Connor and Katie Manuel.
West Coast MorningMarble Mountain board chairman responds to criticismsApr 14, 2014 | 13:12The chairman of Marble Mountain Devt. Corp. responds to recent criticisms about operations at the ski hill. We also hear from the manager of Ski Bromont in Quebec.
West Coast MorningCorner Brook Regional High Wind Symphony Playing Carnegie Hall.Apr 11, 2014 | 4:32The Corner Brook Regional High Wind Symphony are on their way to New York City this morning. The band will perform at Carnegie Hall as part of a National Orchestra Festival.
West Coast MorningIs Marble Mountain Going Downhill.Apr 11, 2014 | 6:07Some skiers and passholders at Marble Mountain have big concerns about Marble Mountain. Ian Colbourne is a member of the newly-formed Marble Mountain Accountability Coalition.
West Coast MorningElvis Is In the BuildingApr 11, 2014 | 6:25Elvis Stojko is a 3-time World Champion and 2-time Olympic silver medalist. He's starring in the Silver Blades year-end show at the Pepsi Centre on Saturday.
West Coast MorningDeer Lake man finishes in top 20 of 100-km running race in UtahApr 10, 2014 | 4:22Lorne Reid of Deer Lake ran 100 kilometres through the Utah desert and finished in the top 20 of an international race.
West Coast MorningMusician Matthew Hornell says MusicNL should do more to help our artistsApr 10, 2014 | 7:06Musician Matthew Hornell thinks MusicNL should be doing more to prepare this province's artists for events such as ECMA music week. His comments follow similar criticism by Great Big Sea's Bob Hallett.
West Coast MorningWestern Health seeks people to volunteer as greeters at the hospitalApr 10, 2014 | 6:19Western Health is looking for volunteer greeters for Western Memorial Regional Hospital. Bernice spoke with Rob Kenny, vice-president of human resources for Western Health.
West Coast MorningJeremy Eaton covers Corner Brook City Council meeting, April 7/14Apr 9, 2014 | 7:32Corner Brook City Council dealt with a new land development, citizens' frozen water pipes, and renaming of the Pepsi Centre. Reporter Jeremy Eaton was at the April 7/14 meeting.