|A woman in Gander died of a heart attack just after her doctor released her to go home - a death that her family says shouldn’t have happened. CBC central’s David Zelcer speaks with Anthony about a bittersweet victory.
Southside Road stinky crab juice
|They may make a tasty meal and they’re certainly worth a lot of money to fishermen. However, for one St. John’s neighbourhood they aren’t a welcome sight, or is that smell? Anthony speaks with Mark Hiscock, chair of the Fort Amherst Neighbourhood Association, about a smelly situation.
CBC Arts cuts
|MusicNL and other arts organizations say recent cuts at CBC are a huge blow to culture of our province. The managing director here at CBC St. John’s responds to those concerns.
CBC St. John’s Studio F
NDP municipal slate
|Rumours that a slate of left-leaning candidates could be running in the next municipal election in St. John’s are circulating. This comes as federal NDP leader Tom Mulcair says he’s supporting councillor Sheilagh O’Leary as the next mayor of St. John’s… even though she has not announced her intention to run. Anthony speaks with one of the party’s MHAs, Municipal Affairs critic George Murphy, about the possibility of the orange crush coming to the capital city.
Saving nesting birds
|Power down the chainsaw: The province is suspending some land-clearing contracts to protect the birds that are nesting this time of year. Anthony speaks with Stan Tobin, president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Association - the man whose complaint made it happen.