Manning says it’s ‘much ado about nothing’

Manning says it’s ‘much ado about nothing’

Updated at 05:02 - On her first full day on the job, Public Safety Minister Judy Manning told The Telegram she’s been a little bit surprised by the amount of public criticism she’s received.

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Labrador West power line on hold

Labrador West power line on hold

Updated at 09:46 - The construction of a new high-capacity power line, to run additional hydroelectric power to Labrador West, is on hold.

Another tattooed man mentioned

Updated at 05:02 - Philip Wayne Pynn may have an eye-catching tattoo on his face, but the defence said Wednesday — he’s not the only one.

The heart of medicine

The heart of medicine

Updated at 05:02 - Properly locating a patient’s heartbeat brought a look of satisfaction to Janine Flaherty Woodland’s face Wednesday.

Respected rookie

Respected rookie

Updated at 09:53 - In terms of tenure with the St. John’s IceCaps, forward Brandon MacLean is slotted ahead of just about half the other players on the team’s training camp roster....

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Making an impression with muscle

Updated at 03:32 - You’d think with the muscle that’s been in Newfoundland for 560 million years, we’d be a whole lot stronger and healthier than the rest of the world..

Seniors of distinction Photo

Updated at 03:32 - The Newfoundland and Labrador Seniors of Distinction Awards recognize and celebrate the contributions, achievements and diversity...

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Bear essentials

Updated at 03:33 - Eco-tourists are flocking to Canada to catch a glimpse of a dying breed: the polar bear. As luck would have it, there are plenty of them around..

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John Brown's Press Box: Rock erosion continues

Updated at 03:33 - “So you're telling me there’s a chance...” — Lloyd Christmas, Dumb and DumberWell, even if it’s one out of a million, Lloyd Christmas has a better chance of winding up with Mary than the Atlantic Rock has at winning another Canadian Rugby Championship....

Tim Bozon’s second chance

Updated at 03:33 - Tim Bozon believes the day will come when interviews won’t begin with questions about what happened to him in March of this...

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Go Guide — community event listings Oct. 2-9

Updated at 03:33 - Thursday, October 2• MUNbuttoned Research Festival: Story, Song and Stage. Think research can’t be entertaining? Think again. A night of performances that link to research projects. Oct. 2 from 7-9 p.m. at the Rocket Room, 272 Water St. Check out....

Women’s film fest celebrating 25 years

Updated on October 01, 2014 - It began in 1989 as a one-night screening of films directed by women; this year will see the St. John’s International Film Festival...

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Norwegians descend on St. John’s

Updated on October 01, 2014 - Standing in the lobby of the Sheraton Hotel in St. John’s Wednesday morning, Noia president Bob Cadigan was surrounded by Norwegians..

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Women’s film fest celebrating 25 years

Updated on October 01, 2014 - It began in 1989 as a one-night screening of films directed by women; this year will see the St. John’s International Film Festival stretch over five days, screening some of the most popular films from the world’s major film festivals — including....

Doulas, deliveries and a documentary

Updated on October 01, 2014 - A program by the Doula Collective of Newfoundland and Labrador is raising money for people to be able to have the doula experience...

Etcetera — A&E listings Oct. 1-8

Updated on October 01, 2014 - Concerts D.F. Cook Recital HallMUN School of Music, St. John’sOct. 9 at 8 p.m. An evening of Chinese vocal and instrumental music....

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Community Heroes: A very McHappy Day

Updated on September 29, 2014 - On Sunday, Sept. 14, the Bennett Restaurants McDonald’s Team and Doug Bennett, owner/operator, presented Ronald McDonald House Newfoundland and Labrador with the proceeds from this year’s McHappy Day — $20,000..

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