Central MorningBack to Square OneApr 16, 2015 | 13:42Liberal Derrick Bragg was the candidate for the Bonavista North district. But he's back to the start with the electoral district changes. We hear from him and Liberal Party president John Allan.
Central MorningClarenville Hosts the 2015 Allan Cup, Starting April 13Apr 13, 2015 | 7:50Hockey fans from across the province and Canada are in Clarenville for the 2015 Allan Cup.The national senior AAA men's hockey tournament includes 6 teams, including those from Clarenville and Grand Falls-Windsor.
Central MorningGander Man Part of Historic Mission in the Arctic - Diving on the ErebusApr 10, 2015 | 6:06Sir John Franklin set sail in 1845 on a quest to find the Northwest Passage. The expedition became was never heard from again. Parks Canada announced they had found the Erebus and are sending divers down to check out the wreckmore closely.
Central MorningLocal Lumber Company Suffers a Serious FireApr 9, 2015 | 12:38Yesterday, Cottle's Island Lumber employees watched a serious fire destroy part of the business. Deborah Bourden is a spokesperson for the company. We also speak with Summerford Mayor, Kevin Barnes.
Central MorningLike Father, Like Son - Competitors at the Canadian Powerlifting Union National ChampionshipsApr 8, 2015 | 7:46The national powerlifting championships are going on in St. John's this week. Two athletes from Conne River have taken their friendly family competition to the next level. Devin Benoit and his father Bob are both taking part in the event.
Central MorningEnrolment Committee for Membership Into Qalipu First Nations Band IncreasedApr 7, 2015 | 6:39There is a long line up of people waiting for their applications to the Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation to be heard. There are currently more than twenty-three thousand members of the landless band. That number is certainly going to increase.
Central MorningStill No Paving for Clarenville MallApr 1, 2015 | 6:29The Clarenville parking lot paving saga continues - this time with a Gander twist thrown in. We talk to town councillor Paul Tilley.
Central MorningHundreds of Dollars of Berries Taken During Breakin at Campbellton Berry FarmMar 27, 2015 | 7:26Many of us like our frozen berries in the morning, maybe in a smoothie or with oats. But someone in our region must really love their berries. Campbellton Berry Farm was broken into this month and someone took hundreds of dollars of berries.
Central MorningA Woman Who Uses Art to Make a Political StatementMar 26, 2015 | 5:29Critics say protesting on social media is too easy and people rarely follow up by doing something that takes a little more effort. Nina Elliot and the Twillingate group she founded, Rock Vandals, express their social and political opinions by...knitting.
Central MorningThe Blue Jays are coming to Grand Falls - WindsorMar 25, 2015 | 6:46Young baseball players in Grand Falls-Windsor will have a chance to learn from the pros this summer. Former members of the Toronto Blue Jays are holding their Baseball Academy in Central Newfoundland for the first tim
Central MorningGrocery Store Manager on Food Shortage Across NL, Due to Ice Conditions in the GulfMar 24, 2015 | 5:09If you've been through the grocery store lately, you've probably noticed some of your favourite fruits and vegetables aren't there. Ice conditions in the Cabot strait have meant fewer to no crossings, and that means a shortage of fresh food for us.
Central MorningWWII Veteran From Springdale Recounts Stories From the War, More Than 75 Years After ServingMar 23, 2015 | 4:37It's been more than 75 years since World War II started, but for veteran Lawrence Morgan, it seems like just yesterday that he enlisted in St. John's. Julia Cook spoke with Morgan at the Springdale Retirement Centre.
Central MorningBotwood Man's House Broken Into At the Worst Possible TimeMar 20, 2015 | 8:15Break and enters almost always leave homeowners feeling vulnerable and violated. But for one Botwood man, thieves hit at a time when he was already down. Wayne Curtis was in St. John's for cancer treaments when his home was broken into.