Central NL Morning Show
We talk about the dos and don'ts of entertaining yourself on an airplane.
Province Launches HEALTHe NL
We hear about the newest addition to the electronic health record system in this province.
Raccoon Tracks Spotted in Gander
Pest alert! We speak with Bonnie Harris who says she's seen evidence that of raccoons in her backyard.
Preparations for the 2014 Winter Games Rev Up
Volunteers in Clarenville are in the homestretch as they prepare for the provincial Winter Games. We find out how it's going with Games Manager, Brad Pitcher.
Natalia Learns About Accents
We talk to Dr. Paul De Decker, associate professor of linguistics at Memorial University in this installment of Natalia Learns About.
Alaskan Hunters Used to Reduce Moose Population
They aren't only a problem on Newfoundland highways. We hear about a new way Alaska is trying to reduce moose-vehicle accidents.
Manolis L Public Meeting Wrap Up
People letting loose about leaking oil. We hear what residents of Twillingate had to say last night at a public meeting about the Manolis L.
Uncertainty on the South Coast
We talk to The Fisheries Broadcast's Jamie Baker about the future of the Harbour Breton plant.
Cartoon about RCMP Officer and Bear Goes Viral
Move over Jake Doyle, there are new detectives in town...and one walks on all fours. We chat with RCMP Constable Suzanne Bourque about being an Internet sensation.
Understanding the Temporary Foreign Worker Program
We talk with Wanda Cuff-Young, co-owner of Work Global Canada about the right way to hire temporary foreign workers.
Putting Our Wind to Use
We talk to Nalcor about the next phase of their wind energy project.
Ambulances Affected by Gas Shortages
When the gas is gone, emergency vehicles are at risk. We talk to an ambulance operator.
ECMAs Adds Radius Clause for Showcasing Artists
The ECMAs will impose a radius clause for artists who play at this year's showcases. We chat with the organizations directors about why.
The Manolis L Inspires a Song
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.
- Grand Falls-Windsor, NL