Central MorningA Fisherman's Reaction to Cuts to the NL Share of Gulf of St. Lawrence Halibut QuotaMay 22, 2015 | 6:23The federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans dealt another blow to this province's fish harvesters on May 21. Minister Gail Shea reduced the NL portion of the halibut quota in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Earl Keough is a fisherman in Parson's Pond.
West Coast MorningA Corner Brook woman shares her story of giving birth to extremely premature twins.May 22, 2015 | 7:28Samantha Payne can't wait to get her newborn twin boys, Brett and Luke, back home to Corner Brook. They were born extremely premature, and they're still in hospital in St. John's. She spoke with Lindsay Bird.
West Coast MorningNfld. Emporium owner Dave LeDrew hopes to greet cruise ship visitors.May 22, 2015 | 5:36Dave LeDrew, the owner of the Newfoundland Emporium, is preparing to greet passengers and crew of cruise ships again this year. The Oceania Marina arrives in Corner Brook on Saturday. Gary Moore went to LeDrew's shop this week.
St John's Morning ShowA million dollar mess in the GouldsMay 22, 2015 | 8:16Host Anthony Germain talks to reporter Terry Roberts about a story that involves a property dispute, twins, monster homes and an eviction.
Central MorningFormer Fish Plant Worker Reacts to Provincial Government Allowing Fish Landed in NL to be Shipped Out UnprocessedMay 21, 2015 | 6:36The government has minimum processing requirements that are supposed to protect the jobs of plant workers. Documents obtained through access to information show companies have made more than a hundred requests to ship fish out of the province.
West Coast MorningCorner Brook Regional High students talk about the pressures they face.May 21, 2015 | 8:29While teenagers may seem to live carefree lives, a workshop at Corner Brook Regional High promises to help parents understand the pressures many students face. Bernice Hillier spoke with students and with guidance counsellor Gerard Lowe.
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Thursday May 21, 2015May 21, 2015 | 29:06Halibut harvesters in the Gulf are dealt a curious blow by the feds.
There's less fish for this province but more for places like PEI.
We'll hear from the union, a harvester AND the DFO on that. But up first we ask the question...when is a full time job
West Coast MorningA Port au Port community has trashed its spring clean-up plans.May 20, 2015 | 7:06This year, people in Piccadilly Slant/Abraham's Cove won't be able to have their old appliances, furniture and other large junk items hauled away. Some people haven't paid their garbage fees. Ray Skinner is chair of the local service district.
St John's Morning ShowNL playmate gets second Playboy coverMay 20, 2015 | 7:13Anthony Germain speaks with Stephanie Branton, a model from Conception Bay South, about getting her second Playboy cover within a year.
Central MorningAnimal Invasion in Central NLMay 20, 2015 | 6:22Getting up close and personal with scorpions & kangaroos. We talk to wildlife educator Kyle Lawrie about bring his zoo on creatures on the road.
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Wednesday May 20, 2015May 20, 2015 | 29:09CBC news has obtained a list of the fish that's been approved to go out of the province unprocessed. Tonight we have all the details and reaction. We'll hear from the Premier and fisheries minister, as well as the leader of the Liberals. The province's fe