Marilyn Boone is a producer who works with the CBC bureau in St. John's.
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Provincial court judges to get pay raise denied by government
A court ruling released Friday will put about $32,000 a year more into the pay packets of provincial court judges.
Jeffrey Crocker family 'through the moon' after missing nephew found safe
Tom Crocker says his nephew is tired but is doing well after being spotted near a worksite in Goulds Monday.
Jumping their way to better health, and having fun doing it
Hundreds of Newfoundland and Labrador children from 90 schools are having fun this week at Jumpfest in St. John's.
10 years that changed lives: Why the Hungry Heart Cafe is about more than the food
The restaurant offers a steady job and a chance to be "part of a community."
Best rack competition is not just about size
The entries should be pretty impressive, if this example from organizer Tony Chubbs is any indication.
$10M announced to plug 'billion dollar' infrastructure problem
Towns around the province face "emerging crisis" in drinking water and waste water treatment, according to MNL
Surf clam Indigenous quota will mean jobs, revenue for Labrador partner
An Indigenous group in Labrador is making no apology for joining with Atlantic and Quebec partners in a deal to harvest coveted surf clams.
Condo furniture stolen in St. John's recovered in Quebec, thieves still at large
One of the suspects is no stranger to police in Quebec and served jail time for forcing women into prostitution, and for other violent crimes.
Little Dog is a series about boxing that's really about family
The main character is a failed fighter, but boxing is also a metaphor in a new CBC-TV show.
Moose licences cut by nearly 2,500 but is that enough?
One well-known outdoorsman says the moose population is collapsing and government should have cut 10,000 licences.
Contractor ordered to pay Marine Atlantic $1.3M for unfinished wharf
Marine Atlantic incurred extra costs because it had to hire a new contractor to finish work on wharf for the Atlantic Vision ferry.
Lottery win with 'all those zeros' helps Newfoundlander rebuild after Fort McMurray fire
Bill Pendergast and his wife Carrie have a million reasons to smile.
'Wonderful place waiting, if I can get in': Sara Sexton still feisty at 95
A St. john's woman who's spent two decades educating people about HIV and AIDS after the death of her son turns 95 on Thursday, but she's not slowing down.
Atlantic Fisheries Fund hands out 1st grants to N.L. harvesters
A fund set up to offset the political fallout about giving up minimum processing requirements in Newfoundland and Labrador has allocated its first batch of money.
Class-action lawsuit filed against website for posting obituaries without consent
Lawyer Erin Best has asked the federal court to certify the class-action lawsuit, alleging copyright infringement by a website that posts obits and sells memorial merchandise.