Central MorningPaying More for the Public PoolMay 5, 2015 | 8:52The Gander Arts and Culture Centre pool has jacked up its prices & it has some people thinking whoever made that decision has gone off the deep end. We hear from some of the people who use the pool.
West Coast MorningCar dealer says an increase in the HST by the NL government is a step backward.May 5, 2015 | 6:46The Harmonized Sales Tax in NL is going up, from 13 to 15 percent, in January. We know what that means for you and me, but what does it mean for companies that sell big-ticket items like cars and trucks? Richard Dennis is president of Dennis GM.
Here and Now40th anniversary of end of Vietnam war: Kim and Cham Le came to St. John's as refugees after the warMay 4, 2015 | 11:30Kim and Cham Le came to St. John's as refugees after the war. Both fled the country on illegal boats
On The Go40th anniversary of end of Vietnam war: Newfoundlander Bernie Hill served in VietnamMay 4, 2015 | 9:18Bernie Hill lives in Spaniard's Bay, Newfoundland. Mr. Hill worked as a police officer in the United States and in 1970, he served in Vietnam. CBC's Todd O'Brien spoke with Mr. Hill about that period of his life on the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam war.
WAMThis weeks guests on Liner Notes are The SecretsMay 3, 2015 | 18:32Newfoundland's answer to The Dixie Chicks, the Secrets new country album Break Even was recorded in Beachcreek Studio in Nashville. Karla Pilgrim and Renee Batten and Terri-Lynn Eddy met in College and started playing music together.
Central MorningNot Happy with HST HikeMay 1, 2015 | 9:09An increase to the HST was one of the biggest bombshells in Thursday's provincial budget. We talk to the head of the Baie Verte and Area Chamber of Commerce about that.
West Coast MorningTaxes go up, jobs are being cut. A Corner Brook economist weighs in on the NL budget.May 1, 2015 | 15:41Government is raising taxes, cutting jobs, and delaying major projects - to name a few highlights. Yet the province is still projecting a deficit of more than 1-billion dollars. Dennis Bruce is an economist in Corner Brook.