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Feeling abandoned

Feeling abandoned

Updated at 09:48 - Second in a four-part series — Valerie Penton says that when she needed him most, Premier Paul Davis let her down.

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Partridge takes flight

Partridge takes flight

Updated at 05:26 - It didn’t take recently fired Memorial Sea-Hawks women’s basketball coach Doug Partridge long to find a new position.

Garbage bylaw in effect April 1

Garbage bylaw in effect April 1

Updated at 11:34 - It’s almost that time of year again when a City of St. John’s bylaw comes into effect, requiring residents to cover their household garbage on collection days.

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Still an unknown soldier

Updated at 08:48 - The identity of a Newfoundland soldier shown with a New Zealand comrade has still not been identified, though The Telegram has gotten much interest from readers who have sent in photos and information on people they think it is..

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Snowmobile goes through harbour ice

Updated on March 29, 2015 - The RCMP in Port Saunders are cautioning snowmobile users about the dangers of travelling oer ice after a snowmobile broke through...

Calling all quilters!

Updated on March 29, 2015 - The Cabot Quilters’ Guild (CQG) wants you for their First World War effort.

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Blame it on the media

Updated at 08:41 - It’s been a social media staple for a week now: the demolition of Quinnipiac, a 130-year-old building on Winter Avenue in St. John’s..

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Cheers & Jeers

Updated at 03:32 - Jeers: to spite. The federal government can get pretty ornery when things don’t go its way. In Newfoundland and Labrador, several...

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IceCaps limp home following rough road trip

Updated at 08:27 - By Robin ShortTelegram Sports EditorThe fat lady isn’t singing yet, but she’s warming up.The St. John’s IceCaps closed out their final road trip of the 2014-15 American Hockey League season over the weekend, losing 3-2 in overtime to the Worcester....

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Bridge over the River Exploits

Updated at 07:59 - A well-faded quantity of newspaper pages fell into my hands several weeks ago. They were part of the July 2, 1958 edition of The...

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Lion’s raise $7.7K for Canadian Diabetes Association

Updated on March 29, 2015 - Lions Clubs International District N4 in its continued support of the work of the Canadian Diabetes Association in Newfoundland and Labrador presented a cheque for $7,733.25 to the Canadian Diabetes Association during its 2015 District Convention in....

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