The St. John's Morning Show
Mar. 24, 2010__Roncalli Central High mold
Another school... another mould problem. The head of the Eastern School District fills us in on what's happening with Roncalli Central High in Avondale. (Jeff Gilhooly with Ford Rice)
Mar. 24, 2010__"My Name Is Nobody"
A man who lived on the streets for 25 years before turning his life around is sharing his story with Newfoundlanders of all ages. The "author, advocate and activist for the homeless and the forgotten" dropped by our studio to share some of his story...
Mar. 24, 2010__Natuashish alcohol ban meeting
Residents in the Labrador community of Natuashish are once again wrestling with the issue of alcohol.. and whether the community should remain dry. There was an an emotional debate on Tuesday... and a referendum is scheduled to take place on Friday to...
Mar. 24, 2010__Harbour Mille seals
We received a call earlier this morning from a resident of Harbour Mille in Fortune Bay about two seals - a mother and her cub - who have been drawing quite a bit of attention. We called Pam Pardy-Ghent back for an update on the developing situation...
Mar. 23, 2010__Seeking cure to M.S. in India
Mark Lane wants to be the first Newfoundlander to be cured of Multiple Sclerosis. He dropped by the studio to discuss his plans for a new treatment in India. (Jeff Gilhooly with Mark Lane)
Mar. 23, 2010__Bell Island transhipment; Ferry woes
A US-based company wants to store crude on Bell Island... and The Flanders is operating all alone on the Tickle. We speak with the mayor of Wabana, Bell Island about both topics. (Jeff Gilhooly with Gary Gosine)
Mar. 23, 2010__Workplace accident support
There have been two fatal workplace accidents in our province in the past week. We speak with the manager of Occupational Health and Safety with Safety Services Newfoundland and Labrador about an effort to establish a support group for families of...
Mar. 23, 2010__St. John's parking meters
The cost of parking in downtown St. John's is about to increase. We talk to the deputy mayor about that as welll as a couple of other downtown-parking issues. (Jeff Gilhooly with Shannie Duff)
Mar. 23, 2010__Waste management and landfills
The Morning Show's Nancy Walsh has been wading into the garbage issue in Eastern Newfoundland. She joins us with an update... including why the town of Clarenville is so in the dark about the closing of its landfill. (Jeff Gilhooly with Nancy Walsh)
Mar. 22, 2010__Tech Column: 3D TV
Get your glasses ready.. because 3D Televisions are launching in Canada this week. The Morning Show's tech columnist tells us what all the hype is about, and what you can expect from the at-home experience. (Jeff Gilhooly with Jesse Hirsh)
Mar. 22, 2010__Government, doctors war-of-words
Amid all the rhetoric being flung around lately between doctors and government... we talk to an oncologist about the implications for patients. (Jeff Gilhooly with Dr. Pradip Ganguly)
Mar. 22, 2010__Farmers' Market recruitment
The St. John's Farmers' Market hopes people who run all those vegetable stands on the highway will start bringing their wares into town. To find out more about that they're doing to make that happen, we contacted the group's outreach coordinator....
Mar. 22, 2010__NF Power contracter fatality
A man died in an accident on the weekend while working to repair damaged power lines on the Bonavista Peninsula. We talk to the chief of the Musgravetown volunteer fire department - whose ice rescue unit was called to the scene. (Jeff Gilhooly with...
Mar. 22, 2010__Youth Centre operating cost
The Whitbourne Youth Centre was made for more than sixty inmates... but these days it's holding a lot less. Our roving-reporter has been trying to find out why the government is spending millions on Whitbourne... and whether it plans to keep handing...
Mar. 19, 2010__Famous names in Newfoundland
What's in a name? Well, that depends on who you ask... so our roving reporter thought it would be a cool idea to ask people who have the same name as celebrities. With the help of the internet he had some luck... and some fun. (Jeff Gilhooly with...
Mar. 19, 2010__Early spring gardening
Saturday is the first day of Spring, but is it too early to dig out that garden rake? Our roving reporter gets advice from an expert from Memorial University's Botanical Gardens. (Cecil Haire with Dr. Wilf Nicols)
Mar. 19, 2010__Sim Savory remembered
Many Newfoundlanders both here and "up along" were sorry to hear that Sim Savory - half of the group Simani, along with Bud Davidge - passed away Tuesday at the age of 63. Claude Caines and Neil Bishop remember when Sim and Bud came to Clode Sound...
Mar. 19, 2010__NLMA talks breakdown
Contract talks between the provincial government and the Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association have broken off. On Thursday night the association held an emergency meeting. The executive director of the NLMA dropped by the studio to fill us in...
Mar. 18, 2010__Cabot Strait Quebec exploration
Payback for Churchill Falls? News of the latest offshore exploration project has thrown Quebec into a tailspin. We check with the the president of Corridor Resources - the company getting ready to do the exploration - to find out why. (Jeff Gilhooly...
Mar. 18, 2010__Mandatory driver-retirement
An article in the Canadian Medical Journal is pushing for a mandatory driver-retirement program for seniors. We hear from two men - one aged 82 and the other aged 97 - with opposing views on that. (Jeff Gilhooly with Paul O'Neill and Tom Kierans)
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