West Coast Morning"Snowbird" comes back to Corner Brook after 5 months "down south"Apr 21, 2014 | 6:40Retired Corner Brook resident Eric Dormody just came home after five months in Florida. We wondered how he'd adjust to our weather, especially since we're still cleaning up after one nasty winter.
Labrador MorningThe Independent lauches cultural journalApr 21, 2014 | 8:23The newspaper is branching out, with a brand new online journal called Landwash - a quarterly journal of literary and creative arts. Hans Rollmann is the editor of Landwash.
Labrador MorningReport says housing market cooling down in LabradorApr 21, 2014 | 5:19Housing markets in central and western Labrador seem a little slower these days, following what appears to be a national trend. A senior economist with Scotiabank says that slow-down will have far-reaching effects.
West Coast MorningAuthor Randy Maggs mourns the death of Alistair MacLeodApr 21, 2014 | 6:48Canadian literary giant Alistair MacLeod passed away last weekend at the age of 77. The news came as a blow to retired academic and author Randy Maggs, who recalled MacLeod's readings at the March Hare.
Labrador MorningMetis win an appeal court battleApr 21, 2014 | 8:12The federal court of appeal has upheld a ruling saying Metis people are included as Indians under the constitution. The decision comes a year after the federal government appealed a lower court's ruling.
Todd Russell is president of NunatuKavut.
Labrador MorningChristmas card delivered -- in time for EasterApr 21, 2014 | 3:48Gerry Rideout of Labrador City was proud of the fact that he was getting his Christmas Cards out early. But in one case, his early trip to the post office didn't make a whole lot of difference.
Central MorningLooking for Hidden TreasuresApr 17, 2014 | 5:05You never know what valuable treasures you might have around the house. We hear from some people in Grand Falls-Windsor who tried to sell theirs to an auction house.
Central MorningRobert Joy to Adjudicate Provincial Drama FestApr 17, 2014 | 6:50We talk to actor Robert Joy of CSI: New York about coming to his home province to judge the upcoming theatre festival in Stephenville.
Central MorningDefending Bill 6Apr 17, 2014 | 8:30The Minister of Municipal Affairs Steve Kent talks about government's Bill 6, that could put youth representatives in council chambers across the province.