Lisa Gushue works from the CBC newsroom in St. John's.
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Rachel Cousins makes the shift to dance-pop in her sophomore EP
At 18 years, Rachel Cousins has released her second EP, with a move from from a folk-rock style to a more refined pop sound.
Whole lotta shakin' goin' on with Eastport woman's unique collection
Nancy Morgan, 80, has a remarkable collection of salt and pepper shakers — 2,920 sets, to be exact.
Year in review
2018 in photos: The flat-out, hands-down best audience pictures of the year
We picked some of our very favourite photos from the last 12 months. It was not easy.
Glorious shades of fall: A stunning sampling of audience photos
Enjoy some of the most colourful fall photos we've received in the last couple of weeks.
Shine on, harvest moon: A sampling of stunning audience photos
We received a large number of harvest moon images this week, and decided to showcase some of the best shots.
Forest fire near Grates Cove decreasing in size, despite evacuation of ground crews
Fire crews have returned to the scene of a forest fire in the Grates Cove and Daniel's Cove areas Saturday.
Happily gone to the dogs: Veterinarians visit Sheshatshiu with Project Chinook
Three veterinarians and five vet students from the Atlantic Veterinary College at UPEI were set up in the hockey arena in Sheshatshiu this week.
Search continues for Jeffrey Crocker, missing in Goulds area
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary told CBC Saturday morning that the search for 34-year-old Jeffrey Crocker was set to resume at 7 a.m.
When life hands you snow, take pictures
Residents of central and western Newfoundland sent us photos of the stormy spring day.
RNC tried to stop driver involved in crash that killed young mother in St. John's
19-year-old mother of one-month old baby killed in crash, three other people taken to hospital - including the driver, who sustained serious injuries.
3 taken to hospital with serious injuries, alcohol believed to be factor in vehicle crash
The RNC is seeking witnesses to a serious accident in St. John's Saturday night.
Stabbing on Springdale Street under investigation
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary maintained a heavy police presence throughout the day.
100th anniversary of Florizel tragedy marked at Admiralty House Communications Museum
In a shipwreck similar to the Titanic, the S.S. Florizel ran aground on the rocks near Cappahayden at 5 a.m. on Feb. 24, 1918.
Heavy smoke, flames engulf autobody garage in Mount Pearl
Flames were visible in the furnace room at Capital Collision Centre when fire crews arrived on the scene.
Symonds vs Smith: Men's provincial curling championship to be determined today
The 2018 provincial men's curling championship will conclude Sunday afternoon in St. John's — but not before a sudden-death second final will be played.