West Coast MorningFerry delays keep some products off Corner Brook grocery store shelves.Mar 24, 2015 | 5:13Stores are having trouble keeping shelves stocked with some items, as ice in the Gulf interferes with ferry travel. Byron Bellows is in charge of produce with Coleman's grocery stores in Corner Brook.
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.
St John's Morning ShowMeet Lawrence Morgan, WWII vet from SpringdaleMar 23, 2015 | 4:18A 94-year-old veteran from Springdale has received a commemorative pin for his service, to mark 75 years since he served in World War II.
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.
West Coast MorningA western Nfld. dairy farmer says ferry cancellations mean big losses for him.Mar 23, 2015 | 7:52Weather-related Marine Atlantic ferry cancellations mean losses in milk- and money - for Brent Chaffey. He co-owns New World Dairy in St. David's, and owns a trucking company.
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Monday March 23, 2015Mar 23, 2015 | 24:48Workers at the crab plant in Cottlesville saw their future get turned to ash this weekend. We'll find out what's happening in the wake of that disaster.
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.
Central MorningRecycling 101Mar 19, 2015 | 7:35Central Newfoundland Waste Management says the phones ringing off the hook, with people asking about the new recycling program. Ed Evans, manager of waste management, speaks with Central Morning.