Zach Goudie is a journalist and video producer with CBC in St. John's, NL.
Latest from Zach Goudie
Meet Rudy, the high-wire robot that could be N.L.'s next big invention
Averro Robotics and Technology created Rudy for a very specific but important job. But if you have a fear of heights, you may not want to see it.
In 1990, this man had his first day of school on TV. Now it's his daughter's turn
Sophia Tilley found something special when she got up: a TV crew in the living room — just like the one that followed her dad on his first day of school nearly three decades earlier.
Curry Delight restaurant reinvents the mom-and-pop store
Nasir Muhammad and Afiya Altaf, the husband-and-wife duo behind Curry Delight in Mount Pearl, have grown their business while juggling kids and day jobs.
Do handcycles belong in the Tely 10?
Handcycles are becoming popular in the world of parasport. Now the controversy over their inclusion in traditional athletic road races has come to St. John’s.
Transatlantic Ale brewing to celebrate historic flight
Landwash Brewery teams up with Admiralty House Museum to mark air race anniversary in Mount Pearl.
What's the plan? Explaining the N.L. climate change strategy
To prevent the worst effects of climate change, every corner of the world needs to do its part.
Artists create 40-tonne sand sculpture at downtown St. John's gallery
You've probably made a sand sculpture at the beach, but it almost certainly didn’t weigh as much as the latest Eastern Edge art exhibit.
For this young Nigerian designer, the 709 is his inspiration — and home
Meet Sylvester Edmund, creative director of a Seven 0 Nine Supply Co, which features clothing where the area code is front and centre.
Hardware store fighting plastic bags with old jam jars
In just about every garage or shed, you'll find old jars filled with nails and screws. Now, you'll find the same thing at Home Hardware in Manuels. Customers can grab a jar, free of charge, instead of using a plastic bag.
To ban or not to ban? Take a deep dive on plastic bags
The Newfoundland and Labrador government says more consultation is needed on an issue it has been debating for years.
Small restaurant could mean big things for Water Street West
Todd Perrin wants to create the kind of place where everybody knows your name. That's the vision behind WaterWest Kitchen and Meats.
How much is that old painting worth? You may be surprised
Consignor Canadian Fine Art is holding free public art appraisals at MUN’s Signal Hill campus.
'Eatertainment' businesses bringing adults out to play
Eatertainment businesses provide adult-oriented games and experiences, alongside beers and grub —and small entrepreneurs and big corporations alike are racing to catch the trend.
Old piano brings new life to MUN student centre
It was gathering dust in someone's living room, now it's bringing joy to thousands of people at Memorial University.
Students get schooled at Mallard Cottage kitchen
This week, 20 students from Holy Heart of Mary high school traded cracking the books for cracking eggs at Mallard Cottage.