Fred Hutton

Fred Hutton is a former co-host of the St. John's Morning Show.

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2nd, and last, time to France for this D-Day survivor to mark 75th anniversary

"Not that many [left]," says Rod Deon of his fellow sailors and soldiers who landed on the beaches in Normandy.

May 15 set for Newfoundland and Labrador election, sources say

Premier Dwight Ball is set to visit Lt.-Gov. Judy Foote at Government House on Wednesday, Liberal sources say.

Independence, service and the vibe: Why these business owners love downtown St. John's

"Have to come get me kicking and screaming to leave" downtown, says one store owner.

Off the air, on the farm: Why this broadcaster made a mid-life career change

It took Bill Gregory 25 years to realize he wanted to farm, but now he says he's never been happier.

Receivers take control of Islander RV

Privately appointed receivers have taken control of Islander RV near Paddy’s Pond.

Municipal Affairs Minister Eddie Joyce subject of harassment complaint

CBC News has learned that the Liberal MHA at the centre of a harassment complaint that has enveloped Confederation Building is Municipal Affairs Minister Eddie Joyce.

Cabinet minister seeks out Liberal leakers with email to MHAs

Just hours after the premier denied knowing about a harassment complaint against one of his caucus members, Dale Kirby sent an email to Liberal MHAs seeking out the complainants.

Anne Squires files $1.2-million suit against her former accountant

Anne Squires, the former owner of Exit realty on the Rock, has filed a law suit against her former accountant, his brother, another man and two companies.

Face in the courtroom: Larry Wellman's childhood friend takes in trial

Near the back of the courtroom, a man watched video evidence of his lifelong friend being shot and killed at the Captain's Quarters Hotel in St. John's.
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It's OK for cops to cry: A human moment at the Phillips trial

A searing moment on the witness stand provided a window into what police officers face on the job, writes Fred Hutton.

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