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West Coast Artists Visiting Peru.

Gerard Kelly is in Peru, and we hear how his visit is part-business, part-leisure -- and all pure enjoyment.

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West Coast Morning - A Corner Brook woman shares her story of giving birth to extremely premature twins.May 22, 2015 | 7:28West Coast Morning A Corner Brook woman shares her story of giving birth to extremely premature twins. Audio
West Coast Morning A 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 Morning - Nfld. Emporium owner Dave LeDrew hopes to greet cruise ship visitors.May 22, 2015 | 5:36West Coast Morning Nfld. Emporium owner Dave LeDrew hopes to greet cruise ship visitors. Audio
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West Coast Morning - Corner Brook Regional High students talk about the pressures they face.May 21, 2015 | 8:29West Coast Morning Corner Brook Regional High students talk about the pressures they face. Audio
West Coast Morning Corner 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.
West Coast Morning - A Port au Port community has trashed its spring clean-up plans.May 20, 2015 | 7:06West Coast Morning A Port au Port community has trashed its spring clean-up plans. Audio
West Coast Morning A 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.
West Coast Morning - Meet Mike Martin, Nfld.-born author of stories about a fictional RCMP officer.May 19, 2015 | 7:11West Coast Morning Meet Mike Martin, Nfld.-born author of stories about a fictional RCMP officer. Audio
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West Coast Morning - NL's  transportation minister gives an update on summer road construction on the west coast.May 19, 2015 | 5:30West Coast Morning NL's transportation minister gives an update on summer road construction on the west coast. Audio
West Coast Morning NL's transportation minister gives an update on summer road construction on the west coast. May 19, 2015 | 5:30Construction is planned for the Burgeo Highway this summer, but what about other trouble spots in Western Newfoundland, such as Noel's Pond, near Stephenville? David Brazil is NL's Minister of Transportation and Works.
West Coast Morning - The Grenfell Campus Student Union speaks out on proposed tuition hikes at MUN.May 15, 2015 | 8:55West Coast Morning The Grenfell Campus Student Union speaks out on proposed tuition hikes at MUN. Audio
West Coast Morning The Grenfell Campus Student Union speaks out on proposed tuition hikes at MUN. May 15, 2015 | 8:55The president of the Grenfell Campus Student Union will be at a meeting in St. John's to oppose the proposed tuition hikes at Memorial University. MUN needs to find ways to deal with a budget shortfall. Daniel Rumbolt is the president of the GCSU.
West Coast Morning - Corner Brook mayor responds to claims of unfair competition against Rotary Arts Centre.May 13, 2015 | 3:16West Coast Morning Corner Brook mayor responds to claims of unfair competition against Rotary Arts Centre. Audio
West Coast Morning Corner Brook mayor responds to claims of unfair competition against Rotary Arts Centre. May 13, 2015 | 3:16Corner Brook's mayor has responded to claims of unfair competition against the Rotary Arts Centre. The owner of Swirsky's says the publicly-funded centre is taking business from his facility.
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West Coast Morning Taxes 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.

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