Central NL Morning Show
The Manolis L Inspires a Song01/15/14
We chat with songwriter, Karren Churchill, about how the situation with the leaking vessel inspired a song.
Spikes in the Electrical Bill
We ask Newfoundland Power why your light bill may have shocked you this month.
Study Says Flu Vaccine Safe in Pregnancy
We talk to one of the authors of a new study published in Canadian Medical Association Journal that found flu vaccines are helpful to pregnant mothers and their children.
The Facts of the Flu Vaccine in Central
We talk about influenza and whether the vaccine is available for you.
Herb Thoms Retires
After 32 years the Gander Weather office, we say goodbye to one of its meteorologists.
No Truckers, No Shipments
We ask the executive director of Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association if the shortage of fuel we've seen recently caused in part by a trucker shortage.
Missing Man from Moreton's Harbour
We hear from a sister, desperate for help to find her missing brother, Stephen Scott Jones.
Flooding in Conne River
We check in with Chief Misel Joe and ask how the town is coping with flood damage from the weekend rains.
Outbuilding Our Power
We talk about how urban planning can help or hinder consumption of electricity.
Making Up for Lost Time
Winter weather and the blackout have been keeping schools closed. We talk to the president of the NLTA about how teachers can make up for lost time.
Power Loss at GFW Hydro Plant
There hasn't been much power coming from the Nalcor hydro plant in Grand Falls-Windsor for the past few weeks. We find out why from Wilmore Eddy, manager of Exploits Generation for Nalcor.
MHA Dalley Talks Manolis L
We ask the MHA for the Isles of Notre Dame what he's doing to lobby for a cleanup on the Manolis L site.
The Gift of Wood
We talk to Terry Croucher, owner Newfoundland and Labrador Vegetation Control, about why he donated 30 cords of would to people in Springdale.
We talk to garage owner Guy Winsor about what's going on and what it means for his business.
Justice in Numbers
We talk to lawyer Bob Buckingham about getting your share in a class action lawsuit.
One Hundred Years After
We take a look back at how the events of 1914 changed the course of this province's history, in a feature chat with historian Sean Cadigan
Snowmobile Use in the Town of Gander
Snowmobilers in Gander are allowed by municipal by-law to ride their snowmobiles in town. Some people, though, are taking advantage of that law and racing around the roads in recent weeks.
How to be an Expert Bartender
Christmas has come and gone, but the celebrations still continue. One of the biggest nights for parties is upon us, New Years Eve. If you are hosting you may want to spice up the drinks you have on offer
An Alternative to Holiday Drinking - MADD
If you're looking for an alternative to an alcoholic drink, then MADD Canada may just have the answer. The charity now sells non-alcoholic wines and cocktails. Andrew Murie is the CEO of MADD Canada and talks about the new alternative.
Clarenville Daycare Closes
Toddlers Corner daycare will close it's doors after 18 years in business.It has come as a shock to the community, but it seems to be a part of a bigger problem in the area.
- Grand Falls-Windsor, NL