Profile of Alisha Morrissey

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  • Could something be rotten in St. John's?

    Some residents of the east end of the capital city have been turning up their noses at the smell from the Robin Hood Bay landfill and dialing up ...

  • It's far from free

    In the lobby of the Bay Bulls Big Pond water treatment plant sits a retro-beige boxy drinking fountain. It works like any other - turn the knob ...

  • NDP opposes Signal Hill proposal

    There's more opposition to development on Signal Hill from the Opposition. NDP leader Lorraine Michael opposes development in the area and is ...

  • Organic farm plan plowed under

    The otherwise pristine view of tree-lined Windsor Lake is marred up by litter-filled culverts, traffic zooming along the highway and heavy ...

  • Committee endorses relaxing regulations

    The Heritage Advisory Committee is willing to give up control of a small chunk of land at the west end of Water Street, but not without ...

  • OCI, FFAW reach tentative deal

    Ocean Choice International (OCI) and the Fish, Food and Allied Workers' union have reached a tentative agreement. Ben Baker, the union's chief ...

  • Battery Hotel for sale; development potential cited

    An international real estate agency is marketing one of this city's best-known hotels as a "premier development site." The Colliers ...

  • 'I will never be the same'

    Justice - Krista says she spent more time imprisoned in her own home than the man who tried to kill her will spend in a jail cell. John Ford, ...

  • Lofty idea

    Two executives, an architect and a developer went to city hall last week looking for advice on how to get their Water Street building project ...

  • Residents offer thoughts on Elizabeth Avenue development

    The residents of the Elizabeth Avenue area of St. John's say they're already loyal Pipers shoppers - but they'd be happier neighbours if traffic ...