Stephen Miller

Stephen Miller is a contributor to CBC News in St. John's. You can reach him by email at stephen.miller@cbc.ca

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I'd thought I'd seen it all as an addict. Bell Island showed me there's light in the darkness

Stephen Miller is a former opiate addict. Read his take on one community's resilience and work to tackle mental health and addictions problems.

Memorial University celebrates its largest gift ever, the Johnson Geo Centre

The Geo Centre, bequeathed to the university in April, is valued at more than $20 million.

Sea ice could pose a significant risk to Grieg NL aquaculture project, documents suggest

A recently uncovered report suggests sea ice poses a significant risk to a massive aquaculture project awaiting government approval.

From sore, to saucy: Miniature pony Waymore on the mend after serious hoof problems

You may have spotted Waymore the miniature pony strutting down the street in the popular Mount Pearl Anthem video, but not so long ago, it looked like she'd never strut again.

Holy Cross Swim Park aims to make swimming more inclusive for children with autism

With help from the Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador, the swim park has designed an event catering to children with autism.

St. John's forums embrace newcomers, whether they're from Syria or around the bay

What makes a new place feel like home? Happy City St. John's is hoping to find out.

Good eats, good beats and good weather: RIAC marks 10th Summer Cultural Festival

The smells and sounds of food and music from around the world filled Bowring Park in St. John's Saturday afternoon.

Cat on a quad: Meet Fred, the rescue cat who is king of the farm

Once a rescue cat, Fred is now the star of a new book. And he loves animals he shouldn't.
CBC Investigates

Woman says part of leg amputated after broken foot went undiagnosed for 2 months

Samantha Rideout says a fall last year led to a broken foot, but despite several trips to the hospital emergency room, it went undiagnosed, setting into motion a series of events that resulted in the amputation of the St. John's woman's right leg from the knee down.

Old but not obsolete, vinyl is still king at the Record Fair NL

Vinyl albums have been making their way out of yard sales and back into the record stores — and hearts — of music lovers.

Kaiden's Force brings Mother's Day to the Janeway for 3rd year running

Moms with children at the Janeway got a well-deserved rest Saturday.

St. John's city council is planning for the future, a decade at a time

"We need to be nimble in how we move to adapt to new challenges and take advantage of new opportunities."

Relief, but at what cost? The steep price of modern psoriasis medications

Biologics offer great relief to most, but hard to get coverage for.

Locals reflect on George H.W. Bush's fondness for fishing in Labrador

The late former president left quite an impression during several of his visits to the province in the late 80s and early 90s while on fishing expeditions.

Family looking for answers after Marystown man found with life-threatening head injuries

Dustin Hannam, 30, has been taken off sedatives following extensive surgery after he was found unconscious in a parking lot, and his family hopes to find out what happened to him.