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A wreath-laying ceremony goes wrong for Corner Brook Town Councillor.

Priscilla Boutcher joins Ramona on the line from Corner Brook.

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Thumbnail image for NH_Orlova.jpg A Love story aboard the vessel Lyubov Orlova. Its been seen as an eyesore in the St. John's harbour but Erin Scarrow remembers an on-board romance that changed her life. We reached her in Canberra, Australia. (Pictured left Erin Scarrow and Husband with Lyubov Orlova in the background) http://www.jamiescarrow.com/ 

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Crosstalk: We dread cancer, but in many instances it's preventable. That's why we're asking if you've changed your lifestyle to prevent cancer. Ramona's guests are Janice Kennedy from the Canadian Cancer Society and cancer survivor Darrell Yetman, who is with the Prostate Cancer Awareness Network in NL. http://www.cancer.ca/Newfoundland-Labrador.aspx?sc_lang=en 

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Crosstalk april 27, 2012

Today on Crosstalk, it’s Trivia with Mack Furlong.

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Edible Landscaping

There’s a new trend in landscaping, and it’s a tasty one. Edible landscaping. Where you get to enjoy pretty plants on your grounds before you eat them. Ramona speaks with Landscape designer Jeanette French .

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Serious fire in Clarke's Beach, Conception Bay North.

Ramona speaks with Jeremy Hall, fire chief with the Bay de Grave Fire Department, about the house fire in Clarke’s Beach.

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Radio Noon - Tuesday February 21, 2012

The experimental moose detection system near Grand Falls-Windsor still is not working. To find out more, Ramona speaks with Eugene Nippard, a founding member of the Save Our People Action Committee - the group that pushed for the detection system.

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Almost a hundred years ago to the day, the SS Florizel went aground off Cappahayden, taking more than 90 people with it. Christine Davies brings you archival tape of one of the rescuers.

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Crosstalk: Municipalities want more money from the province, including the possibility of an extra percentage on income tax, or the HST. Do you support their call? Ramona’s guests are St. John’s Mayor Dennis O’Keefe and Churence Rogers of Municipalities NL .

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Radio Noon - Monday February 20, 2012

In light of the finanicial crisis in Europe, members of the local Greek community worry about their relatives living away. Ramona speaks with John Kufudi, a local businessman and president of the Greek Community of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Archdeacon Francis Buckle was a proud son of Labrador. As he’s laid to rest, his friend and protoge Chesley Lethbridge remembers his work.

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Crosstalk: In the wake of the Burton Winters tragedy, should Labrador have its own dedicated search and rescue squadron? Our guests were Torngat Mountains MHA Randy Edmunds, and St. John’s East MP Jack Harris.

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Radio Noon Friday October 14, 2011

Radio Noon airs Daily from 12:00 - 1:30 in NL and from 11:30 - 1:00 in parts of Labrador. To particpate in our Crosstalk feature call in at 722-7111 or toll free 1-800-563-8255.

There’s a mysterious element to that search for the missing American hunter. 65-year old William Oberkiser lives in Indiana. His truck has been located not far from the Trans-Canada Highway east of the Burgeo Highway turn-off. But so far searchers haven’t been able to piece together where William Oberkiser might have gone. Sgt. Boyd Merrill speaks for the RCMP.

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Radio Noon’s Lacy O’Connell has more information:

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Radio Noon Crosstalk:

Today on the show, we want your stories about getting your moose. My guests are Bruce Porter is a retired conservation officer, and he’s in Porterville. Earl Pilgrim is a retired wildlife enforcement officer who lives in Roddickton.

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RADIO NOON - MONDAY OCTOBER 10, 2011

Radio Noon airs Daily from 12:00 - 1:30 in NL and from 11:30 - 1:00 in parts of Labrador. To particpate in our Crosstalk feature call in at 722-7111 or toll free 1-800-563-8255.

The search for an aggressive pit bull in St. John’s: Ramona speaks with Sheilagh O’Leary about what the city of St. John’s is doing about the pit bull that killed another dog last week.

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: American author and expert Nancy Ratey was in St. John’s and she took the time to come to our studio to talk about ADHD and her newest book, “The Disorganized Mind: Coaching Your ADHD Brain to Take Control of Your Time, Tasks, and Talents”.

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RADIO NOON CROSSTALK: LOCAL FOOD

We’re asking if you’re willing to pay more for local food. Andrea Maunder, a co-owner of Bacalao Nouvelle Newfoundland Cuisine and Mike Rabinowitz of The Organic Farm in Portugal Cove are our studio guests.

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