Bailey White is the producer of the St. John's Morning Show, on CBC Radio One.
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Is there a better way to solve development debates in St. John's? This group thinks so
Numerous proposals in downtown St. John's have sparked friction, although, as Bailey White writes, what happened after the Parish Lane fracas sets this development apart from the others.
The last singer: This Labrador elder is the only one who can sing hymns in her dialect
Akat Piwas, one of the original church leaders in a community where faith takes many forms, is the only person still singing in the Mushuau Innu dialect.
Crashes on top of crashes as Corner Brook sees first significant snowfall of the season
In four hours, Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers responded to six car crashes, including one that involved a police vehicle.
With slipway up for sale, Quidi Vidi residents fear more development, congestion
The head of a citizens' group says any building on the land would make it difficult for boats to launch, and exacerbate traffic problems.
Dawson Mercer of Bay Roberts named player of the game in Canada Russia series opener
The 18-year-old is playing on a national stage and his former coach says he is sure to be in contention for the World Juniors.
After discovering dozens of dead rabbits, this St. John's man wants answers
WARNING: This story contains graphic imagery of dead snowshoe hares.
RNC officer charged with impaired driving, refusing breathalyzer
A police officer was stopped by his colleagues on Friday in St. John's.
Davis not returning to St. John's Edge; English's future in doubt
A former NBA player and one of the biggest names in National Basketball League says he won't be back this year, while another star player says he isn't sure. Still more familiar names will not rejoin the team.
Man who killed mother's partner gets review board's OK for unsupervised time out of Waterford
The order was issued three months after Graham Veitch found not criminally responsible for the death of David Collins, but medical experts will have the final say on whether he can leave the hospital.
New school jitters, cellphones and separation anxiety: How these moms handle big change
Another school year brings transitions and decisions. We ask parents in the St. John's area to weigh in.
Shopping for school supplies? There's an easy way, and there's a cheap way
For the parent who dreams about Duo-Tangs in every colour of the rainbow, help has arrived.
Government kept talking about Muskrat Falls wetland capping months after deadline passed, documents show
PC leader Ches Crosbie wants the auditor general to look into the missed deadline. Internal emails and memos offer morsels of insight.
Weighing the methylmercury risk: What researchers say about country food
When the Muskrat Falls reservoir is flooded next month, people who harvest food from Lake Melville will have a decision to make.
Nalcor's $10M deal with NunatuKavut hammered out in a page and a half
The agreement offers few details of how money will be delivered and spent.
If everyone agrees he isn't a criminal, why is he in jail?
Graham Veitch has been in Her Majesty's Penitentiary for the better part of 30 months, even though lawyers agree he's not criminally responsible for killing David Collins.