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RCMP on the move
Some RCMP traffic cops are on the move to new detachments. We find out what's behind the changes from Superintendent Holly Turton.
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Horror film challenge not that scary
Got a good idea for a horror movie? We'll the Nickel Film Festival wants to see it. We talk about their 48-hour horror movie challenge starting on Friday.
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Sweet dreams for teens
Sleep therapist Hilary Cole says it's important for teens to get the right amount of sleep for their health and happiness.
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Surveying sea urchin in Baie Verte
A team of researchers are in Baie Verte this week, looking at whether or not the area would be a good place for land-based sea urchin farms. We find out more from lead researcher, Patrick Gagnon.
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Higher than average self-harm rates in N.L: report
Memorial University's Harris Centre released it's deep look into the province, and their latest report shows that Newfoundland and Labrador has an higher than average rate of people being hospitalized for self-harming than the rest of the country.
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U of T architecture students take look at rural N.L.
Landscape and architecture student at the University of Toronto are looking to spiff up rural Newfoundland. We learn about a recent trip to help with their research.
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Non-profits create profits in N.L. economy
Penny Rowe of the Community Sector Council explains how this province is better off because of the work of non-profit groups.
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Qalipu members head to the polls Oct. 23
Glenn Wheeler of the Mi'kmaq Matters podcast gives us a rundown of the candidates in the upcoming Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation election.
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11-year-old kid in Gander concussed at recess attack
An upset mother says her 11-year-old son was attacked at school, resulting in a concussion and bruised ribs. She tells us why she's not happy with the response from authorities.
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