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‘They’re not here to play’

‘They’re not here to play’

Updated on July 31, 2015 - There’s a particular patch some biker gang members wear on their leathers. Often diamond-shaped, it’s simple in design: “1%,” it proudly boasts.

Tracking trails of trash

Tracking trails of trash

Updated at 05:03 - I’ve invented a new, non-linear measurement for travel: it uses a calculation of time, speed and consumption instead of something as simple and plodding as...

Tee time with Blair Bursey

Updated at 04:32 - As I watch Blair Bursey tee-off from the par 5, 538-yard first hole at Clovelly Golf Club’s Osprey course, I have to ...

PAM FRAMPTON: A wicket experience

Updated at 05:03 - I made the journey with trepidation. A stranger in a strange land, I steered through unfamiliar territory: Mount Pearl

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Service and sacrifice

Updated at 03:33 - By Terry Bishop StirlingEditor’s note: this is the third in a series of articles commissioned by Action Canada which The Telegram will be publishing throughout the summer. Action Canada is a national fellowship program building leadership for Canada’s....

Suspected dangerous driver behind bars

Updated on July 31, 2015 - A 19-year-old man suspected of leading police on several high-speed chases — one in which he smashed into parked cars — is facing a...

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Opinion

CUPE ignoring P3 success stories

Updated at 03:33 - The article “Transparency at issue in public-private partnerships,” July 14, reports on specious concerns raised by the Canadian Union of Public Employees about the provincial government’s intention to move ahead with a public-private partnership to....

Garbage attitude

Updated at 03:33 - “With these garbage buckets, you’re not going to eliminate litter, we all know that.” With those words from the recent city council...

Cash back

Updated at 03:33 - Friday’s tally was not available in time for publication, but Thursday’s was a whopper.

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Business

Summer biz blues

Updated on July 31, 2015 - The summer weather, or lack thereof, may be enough to turn the air blue with obscenities for some of us, but others who have weather dependent businesses have even more reason to look helplessly toward the sky..

Oilpatch pain persists

Updated on July 31, 2015 - Cenovus Energy says 300 to 400 workers will be let go from its Calgary office by year end as hopes for a quick recovery in oil...

Business

Sports

Robin Short: Shift, change

Updated at 03:32 - For IceCaps fans who believe in karma or alignment of the stars, they might want to take comfort in a tidbit of information Sylvain Lefebvre divulged this week: The last time he was part of a franchise relocation — when the Quebec Nordiques....

Sports

Living

Climbing Brunelleschi’s Dome

Updated at 03:32 - By Fred HollingshurstSpecial to The TelegramWhen you have seen one cathedral, you’ve seen them all, right?Wrong. Not all cathedrals are created equal and Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence is a case in point..

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A soldier’s soldier

Updated at 03:32 - When the Great Red Dawn is Shining: Howard L. Morry’s Memoirs of Life in the Newfoundland RegimentBy Christopher J.A....

The sea is too strong to resist Photo

Updated at 03:32 - I’m writing about cod fishing again. It is quite timely, given that so many outdoor-oriented folks are bobbing around on the ocean...

Living

News

News

Entertainment

Journey out to conquer Great White North

Updated on July 31, 2015 - Neal Schon just found out his band Journey sold out both St. John’s concert dates to close out the band’s first all-Canadian tour..

Trinity Bay boys opening for Trooper

Updated on July 30, 2015 - A video of the Newfoundland band Fairgale heading into the St. John’s International Airport to play a piano rendition of Trooper’s...

A getaway for your voice

Updated on July 28, 2015 - Even if you feel like you weren’t born with the gift of a golden voice — even if you’ve been unequivocally told that you haven’t...

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Community

Garden party pose

Updated on July 29, 2015 - Sarah Grace Hoyles, 2, and her nan, Liz Jackson, meet Lieut.-Gov. Frank Fagan and his wife Patricia at the annual Lieut.-Governor's garden party at the Government House grounds on Military Road Wednesday afternoon. - Photo by Joe Gibbons/The Telegram.

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Dream becomes reality

Updated on July 06, 2015 - Danesha Cornish will have plenty of toys and games to play with this summer thanks to The Dream Fund of Newfoundland.

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