West Coast Morning Show
A Ramea B and B operator says his business got left out...03/25/15
Ramea B and B operator Reg MacDonald says almost thirty per cent of the island's accommodations operators were left out of the 2015 NL tourism guide. He co-manages the Four Winds Bed and Breakfast.
Ferry delays keep some products off Corner Brook grocery store shelves.
Stores are having trouble keeping shelves stocked with some items, as ice in the Gulf interferes with ferry travel. Byron Bellows is in charge of produce with Coleman's grocery stores in Corner Brook.
A western Nfld. dairy farmer says ferry cancellations mean big losses...
Weather-related Marine Atlantic ferry cancellations mean losses in milk- and money - for Brent Chaffey. He co-owns New World Dairy in St. David's, and owns a trucking company.
Part 1: Child care in NL - many families can't afford to pay.
Many families in NL are paying more than they can afford for child care - if they can find daycare spots. The CBC's Amy Stoodley spoke to Brian in the first of a three-part series.
SPCA vows to recover from Stephenville fire that killed 24 cats.
Workers at an animal shelter in Stephenville are still struggling to make sense of last week's fire that killed 24 cats. Bridgette Reid is with the South West Coast SPCA. The 24 cats ins
Owner of runaway snowmobile tells his story.
Nelson Rubia still doesn't know what went wrong. He fell off his recently repaired Arctic Cat in St. Judes on Monday when the throttle got stuck. The snowmobile travelled on its own for 12km on the TCH.
Drip-drip! The roof leaks! A home inspector says the problem seems...
Some of that melting snow is seeping in - through roofs and walls. Corner Brook home inspector Keith Sherstobetoff is getting lots of calls from frustrated homeowners these days.
A western Nfld. woman with anorexia says she has to head to Ontario for...
Tammy Ralph of Corner Brook says treatment in Ontario is her last hope of overcoming an eating disorder. She has battled anorexia since she was a teenager. Treatment in St. John's and Corner Brook has not worked out.
Physician says NL gov't should give free HPV vaccines to boys.
Family physician Pauline Duke says the NL government should give boys free vaccines against HPV, a sexually-transmitted infection. Grade Six girls already get the vaccine for free.
MP Gerry Byrne, beer and amateur sports - David Cochrane explores the...
Was MP Gerry Byrne settling a score, or showing genuine concern over the connection between youth sports and beer? The CBC's David Cochrane looked into the story.
A terminal cancer patient triumphs over her diagnosis - by singing.
64-year-old Irene Lewis of Fleur De Lys has terminal brain cancer, but she's resolved to do what she loves most: singing. Producer Lindsay Bird visited her in hospital in Corner Brook.
Trucker says Strait of Belle Isle ferry inadequate, company has no...
Weather, ice and an icebreaker with mechanical troubles have all slowed or stopped the MV Apollo recently. Junior Hancock is not impressed. He owns Hancock's Movers.
Lark Hr. man struggles to cope since a car accident killed his wife .
Lark Hr. resident Stuart Harvey is still recovering from the car accident that killed his wife, Susan about two months ago. They had been married for more than 50 years.
Stage play tells about a twelve-and-three-quarter-year-old girl, on the...
"I, Claudia" tells about a twelve-and-three-quarter-year-old girl, on the cusp of puberty. Rachael Joffred is the lone actor in the show. Louise Gauthier is the director. Reporter Gary Moore stopped by a rehearsal yesterday.
Fish and Wildlife officers warn snowmobilers to keep away from caribou
Some snowmobilers are getting a bit too close to caribou near Stephenville these days. Fish and Wildlife enforcement officer Travis Clannon says patrols are being stepped up.
Roddickton Mayor comments on the collapse of supermarket/hardware store...
A roof collapse has left a big retail hole in Roddickton. Mayor Sheila Fitzgerald says Foodland, Home Hardware and Sears closed a week ago after part of the building's roof caved in.
Young Pasadena baseball player says her goodwill trip to Cuba hit it...
Baseball player Claire Butt from Pasadena recently made a goodwill trip to Cuba. The 13-year-old played baseball with local girls and donated equipment and supplies. She spoke with Gary Moore.
Some Port Au Port Peninsula residents oppose quarry expansion plans.
Atlantic Minerals wants to expand its quarry operations near Lower Cove, but some local people oppose the plans. Marilyn Rowe is with the Local Service District of Sheaves Cove.
Passenger Neil Pike says MV Apollo is not up to the task of icebreaking.
MV Apollo passenger Neil Pike says the province needs to get a more powerful vessel for the Strait of Belle Isle. The Apollo was stuck in ice most of Wednesday.
We find out why there's no outdoor rink at Margaret Bowater Park this...
There's no outdoor rink at Margaret Bowater Park in Corner Brook this year. Gary Moore spoke with Brent Humphries of the Corner Brook Stream Development Corporation.
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