Mike Moore

Journalist

Mike Moore is a journalist who works with the CBC Newfoundland and Labrador bureau in St. John's.

Latest from Mike Moore

No new cases of COVID-19 in N.L., as doctors to give free flu shots this fall

The provincial government will cover the costs of flu shots given by family doctors to encourage more people to get the vaccine.

Remembering Hurricane Igor 10 years later

Washouts, floods, power outages, isolation and a death were just some of the affects Hurricane Igor brought with it 10 years ago.

Not 'anywhere close' to Alert Level 1, Fitzgerald says

The province has one active case of the coronavirus, but some other provinces are seeing their numbers of daily new cases rising.

Oil and gas workers demand action for 'bread and butter' industry

People involved with the offshore oil sector want all levels of government to take action to help the struggling industry.

No new cases of COVID-19 as N.L. kicks off new school year

No new cases, relaxed special measures orders and an update to lingering school challengers were discussed during Wednesday's live COVID-19 briefing.

Closure of Water Street pedestrian mall draws mixed reactions

While some are sad to see the pedestrian mall close and others welcome the change, St. John's Mayor Danny Breen has already committed to bringing the mall back next year.

Leaked NLESD report from May said full return to classrooms 'may not be possible'

The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District provided the provincial government with recommendations three months ago to alleviate potential back-to-school problems that are still being worked out with less than two weeks before classes begin.

N.L. adds more staff for schools, relaxes cabin owner rules

Newfoundland and Labrador reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.

MUN's libraries could open this fall while most classes remain online

Memorial University president Vianne Timmons says campus libraries could open up this fall.

Mandatory masks in N.L.: Here's when you'll need them, and when you won't

Think of any business, office building or place of worship and you'll likely need to be wearing a mask.

N.L. increases limit on gatherings to 100 people, reports no new COVID-19 cases

Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Janice Fitzgerald issued a new special measures order on Tuesday for organized social gatherings such as weddings, funerals and concerts.

Masks should be mandatory on school buses, operator says

Companies that run the buses that take children to schools would like to see kids wearing masks when schedules resume next month.

School plans in wings as N.L. marks a COVID-free day

With less than a month left before the first day of school, parents are still waiting for specifics in the plan for bringing students back in the classroom.

Set of Hudson & Rex pauses production over COVID-19 testing concerns

Production of CityTV's Hudson & Rex took a three-hour break on Monday in St. John's, after concerns were raised by local crew members over a delay in COVID-19 test results for workers travelling to Newfoundland and Labrador from outside the province.

Win by pandemic: St. John's U14 basketball team picks up national title as lone qualifier

As the only team in Canada to qualify for nationals before the pandemic, the St. John's team stands alone as the national champion.

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