Global BC’s Randene Neill anchors the weekend editions of Global News Hour at 6, Global News at 10 and Global News at 11.
Meeting interesting, compelling people and telling their story is the best part of her job, and she’s addicted to the fast- paced world of daily news. And one day, she’d like to re-connect with Ginger, the licking pit bull, as seen in a memorable video that went viral around the world.
Randene lives in East Vancouver (best neighbourhood in the world) with her husband, and assorted animals from the BC SPCA, including two three-legged dogs, Eileen and Homer.
It’s grad season and the beginning of the summer party season – and Vancouver Coastal Health says that correlates to higher than normal rates of binge drinking among youths, and attempts by kids to get alcohol from their parents. Continue reading →
It’s still early May, but B.C.’s forests are already dryer than normal and that’s causing concern for officials in the Coastal Fire Cent Continue reading →
A new volunteer fleet of drivers has formed after the Canadian Cancer Society cancelled their service which left hundreds of cancer patients without a way to get to and from their appointments. Continue reading →
The patient-centered care model will be an integral part of the new St. Paul’s Hospital, and they already have multiple pilot initiatives in place. Continue reading →
B.C. government is going ahead with the plan to hire more than 1,600 nurses by the end of March, a promise officials made three years ago. Continue reading →
They call themselves AFOLs and Johnathon Vaughn became an Adult Fan Of Lego about a year-and-a-half ago, when a friend started posting pictures of a Lego van he was building. Continue reading →
Vacancy signs are popping up on Denman Street in Vancouver’s West End and some business owners are worried about the neighbourhood’s future. Continue reading →
Langley’s Critter Care Wildlife Society, the only bear cub rehabilitation centre on B.C.’s south coast, has been in crisis mode for the last month thanks to a record number of orphaned bear cubs needing rescue. Continue reading →
A single mother is upset with how the health care system has treated her son with autism. Continue reading →
In the final story about a new St. Paul’s, Global News looks at why a new hospital is desperately needed to keep and retain our world class researchers. Continue reading →
It’s not just a plan to build a new St. Paul’s Hospital but a plan to build a better hospital. For the thousands of patients who show up in the hospital’s emergency room every year, the change is going to be profound. Continue reading →
In the third part of Global News’ series on St. Paul’s, we look at who will be using the new state of the art health care facility. Continue reading →
While the new location of St. Paul’s Hospital will provide a ‘world-class’ centre, the focus right now is what is needed on the inside. Continue reading →
Global News is launching a new series on why B.C. needs a new hospital that will transform health care in this province. First in the series is an inside look at why a new St. Paul’s “campus of care” is desperately needed. Continue reading →