Jonny Hodder is a journalist with CBC Radio based in St. John's.
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As post-pandemic travel reopens, direct flights from N.L. to Europe still not on the itinerary
Despite pandemic restrictions lifting across much of the country, and in many other parts of the world, international flights remain scarce at St. John's International Airport.
Bringing new life to old guitars from a tiny workshop in downtown St. John's
Guitar technician Chris Kearsey takes us inside the O'Brien's Music workshop in downtown St. John's as he restores a dilapidated acoustic guitar originally purchased from the shop nearly 70 years ago.
Sick of taking sick days, teachers union files grievance against board, government
The NLTA says if a teacher misses work because they are following COVID-19 guidelines, that teacher should be provided with paid leave instead of using a sick day.
One fry to rule them all: St. John's competition brings out the flavour
Throughout September, more than a dozen restaurants are offering up their take on street fries: from a new twist on the classics to fries topped with internationally inspired flavours.
Fire at ski club in Grand Falls-Windsor is area's 3rd in just over a week
A third suspicious fire in eight days is creating a concerning trend for the Grand Falls-Windsor Fire Department.
Man vs. mess: A gut-busting tale of hot turkey sandwiches
When reporter Jonny Hodder took on the iconic hot turkey sandwich, he got so much more than he bargained for.
From brew to moo: How the craft beer boom is helping dairy farmers
Whether your poison is milk or beer, you might be happy to know that two industries have found common ground in grain.
Serious scratch: Inuit-inspired glass-etching business vying for $30K prize
Raeann Brown wasn’t sure what to expect when she bought a cheap glass-etching kit eight years ago.
All aboard: Corner Brook testing out 'street train' this tourist season
Corner Brook city council has given preliminary approval to the Corner Brook Port Authority to operate a 'street train' in the downtown area this upcoming tourist season.
Labrador woman racing against time for wheelchair-accessible vehicle
Rose Coates's vehicle can't accommodate her granddaughter Sophia's wheelchair, which makes it difficult to get around Happy Valley-Goose Bay.