Gavin Simms works with current affairs radio shows with CBC Newfoundland and Labrador.
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Baby Snow arrives during record-breaking N.L. blizzard
Good Samaritans dug out the Snow house so mom, dad and newborn could get home safe and sound.
A labour of love for this artist giving his hometown a 2nd life
Dolph Crant has spent the last two and a half years painting his beloved home town. Now, it's time for his exhibit to open.
Music and friends: Guitar club strikes a chord with retirees in St. John's
It's never too late to pick up an instrument
This St. John's driver is 92 years older than his car
"While I'm 102, when I get behind the wheel I'm only 70," says Bill Neal.
'This don't feel right': Wrong wedding dress in storage for 30 years
Roseanne Flight never realized that the bridal gown stored so carefully in a box in her closet actually belonged to another woman.
The last curtain? Gander Kiwanis Club launches what may be its final festival
The Kiwanis Club of Gander's 40th anniversary may serve as the festival's swan song.
Better wages, not temporary foreign workers, needed to fill jobs, labour group says
The province's labour federation says people are looking for secure jobs, with higher wages and health benefits — especially in uncertain economic times.
Family from Bonavista Bay awarded for saving man's life
They all received first-aid and CPR training during separate courses, but saved a life together.
The Heart of Sunday Night: A weekly Tom Waits jam takes on a life of its own
At a downtown St. John's pub each week, there's an "open stage for musicians, bawlers, and bastards performing the music of Tom Waits."
Wind farm investors optimistic about Newfoundland west coast
European investors in wind energy projects see the west coast of Newfoundland as "an excellent location."
Local tribute to Tragically Hip raising funds for cancer research
A Newfoundland and Labrador artist's expression of gratitude for The Tragically Hip is now helping raise funds for cancer research.
C.B.S. doesn't need own police station, says RNC superintendent
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary argues Conception Bay South has the exact same policing as St. John's.
'Extremely frustrating': CNA graduate, 31, too old for wage subsidy
A recent graduate of the College of the North Atlantic is calling a new employer subsidy program "ageist."