Jeremy Eaton is a reporter and videojournalist with CBC Newfoundland and Labrador.
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Clear trash bags, lower limit among changes coming to St. John's garbage collection
The City of St. John's is revamping collection to extend the life of Robin Hood Bay.
Talk about a staycation: This RV enthusiast visited 785 places in N.L.
When Brian Lynch's Ford RV rolled off the assembly line in the 1990s, his career with CN Rail was rolling to a stop — a career that laid the groundwork for a strange vacation years later.
St. John's trail system isn't a smooth ride for people with mobility issues
Amy Warren grew up with a love for hiking: hitting the trails and enjoying what the great outdoors in Newfoundland and Labrador has to offer.
Justin Trudeau asked to help with Jordan Naterer search during Memorial University town hall
When Justin Trudeau held a virtual town hall Wednesday night with students and staff of Memorial University, one of the questions focused on a matter thousands of kilometres away.
Ches Crosbie locks up leadership, sets sights on general election
The PC Party has given Ches Crosbie its blessing to lead them into the next general election in Newfoundland and Labrador — whenever it may be.
Teaching English: Hoop star opens basketball academy
When Carl English returned to Newfoundland and Labrador in 2017, he said part of the move was to try to grow the sport of basketball in his home province.
St. John's park with troubled past gets massive makeover with new fruit forest
Tucked away between Long's Hill and Livingstone Street, Tessier Park is being given a new life by the community living around it after years of drugs and violence in the area.
$1.3M St. John's sidewalk snow-clearing proposal voted down by city committee
The City of St. John's committee of the whole has voted down a proposal to increase the the sidewalk snow clearing budget by an additional $1.35 million.
City of St. John's posts surplus, as mayor warns of challenging years ahead
The City of St. John's has posted a nearly $14-million surplus for 2019, but Mayor Danny Breen says that money will be needed in the coming financial fallout from COVID-19.
St. John's installs extended sidewalks, with cyclists hoping for more
Two months ago the city of St. John's decided to deal with the influx of walkers looking to escape the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic by bumping out the sidewalks.
Back-to-school promise barely gets a passing grade from parents
The news from Newfoundland and Labrador's education minister that students will be back in the classroom is getting a mixed reaction from parents in this province.
How COVID-19 almost declawed a lobster fundraiser in a St. John's church
After 43 years of running lobster dinners at the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, organizers and volunteers had a pretty solid handle on smoothly serving 900 lobsters.
With their sports cancelled until 2021, MUN athletes aim to keep busy — and their spirits up
Memorial University's cross-country running and soccer teams have lost their entire season.
St. John's shoots down rescinding motion, controversial Atlantic Place hotel to be built
A controversial hotel project that has barely made it through multiple votes at St. John's city hall has survived a rare notice of motion to rescind the final approval given last month.
Environmental group releases protection plan for Newfoundland, 25 years in the making
The Wilderness and Ecological Reserves Advisory Council has unveiled its long-awaited protected-areas plan for the island of Newfoundland, entitled A Home for Nature.