CBC Newfoundland Morning with Bernice Hillier, Martin Jones
Nov. 15, 2019: Fogo mayor on closing a fire department, airport manager on pursuing overseas flights, Gemma Hickey on new book, and music teachers on motivating students
Nov. 14, 2019: Little Bay Islands residents prepare to resettle, Fogo council plans to close a fire department, many seniors choose not to retire, and Days of Our Lives is on hold
Nov. 7, 2019: Trades workers says they're shut out of oil rig refitting, university students talk about the phrase "OK, Boomer," and other students tell how you can make "EcoBricks"
Nov. 13, 2019: Veteran farmer helps a protege learn the ropes, Gander-born filmmaker produces a slasher film, and a music lover welcomes you to the Vinyl Garage
Nov. 12, 2019: A judge allows an appeal to the Qalipu band enrolment process, things might not be as grim as you think for family doctors, and a book sheds light on a forgotten part of NL military history
Nov. 8, 2019: Company responds to union concerns over oil refit, Canadian peacekeeper tells a heart-stopping story, soldier play is now a film, and an army tank is on display in Pasadena
Nov. 6, 2019: More reaction to transition surgery news, electronic charger safety tips, government comments on fire truck story, and a rare-bird sighting
Nov. 5, 2019: News on transition-related surgery, Bonfire Night safety tips, new snowmobile trails in progress, and fish harvesters bidding on oil - to save crab?
Nov. 4, 2019: Financial questions in Bunyan’s Cove, cancer stigma, White Hills gets a boost, & NL's first goalie mask