Radio Noon - Friday March 9, 2012
National Defence change their rules on callbacks for Search and Rescue. We speak with Merv Wiseman the Union of Canadian Transport Employees representing workers at the Maritime Rescue Sub-centre in St. John's.
A Glovers Harbour man rolls up the rim in Paradise for a big win. Clayton Hemeon was treating himself to a hot cup of Tim Hortons coffee last Thursday. Amy Stoodley of the CBC Central Morning Show tells us what happenned.
Crosstalk: Do you love curling? That's our question for you today. And if you do, you'll be in very good company. Olympic gold medal curler Mark Nichols will be in studio along with his sister Shelley Nichols, who is a 7-time NL champ in her own right.