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United Nations blogger hopeful
A St. John’s writer has a shot at an international blogging gig with the United Nations. Anthony speaks with Scott Bartlett about how his blogging of environmental issues has placed him in the Top 10 in a competition to write for the United Nations.
Vote for Scott at the United Nations Environment Programme website
Green truck in blue zone
The City of St. John’s is setting a bad example for obeying parking regulations. Anthony speaks with councillor Gerry Colbert, chair of the city’s police and traffic committee, about incidents in which a police officer and a city worker illegally parked in or blocked a blue zone handicap parking space.
Pharmacists’ deal outrages owners
A tentative deal between the province and the Pharmacists’ Association of Newfoundland and Labrador has incensed independent pharmacy owners. Anthony speaks with Sue Kelland-Dyer, executive director of the Council of Independent Community Pharmacy Owners.
Loud music driving test
Cranking the music could cause you to crash! Cec Haire tells Anthony about a study in which he took part at Memorial University’s School of Human Kinetics and Recreation. It shows that listening to loud music makes driving more difficult.