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Feeling abandoned

Feeling abandoned

Updated at 05:10 - Second in a four-part series — Valerie Penton says that when she needed him most, Premier Paul Davis let her down.

Blame it on the media

Blame it on the media

Updated at 05:02 - It’s been a social media staple for a week now: the demolition of Quinnipiac.

Bridge over the River Exploits

Bridge over the River Exploits

Updated at 05:02 - 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 Evening Telegram and the person...

20 Questions for Darcy Taylor

20 Questions for Darcy Taylor

Updated at 04:32 - Darcy Taylor of St. John’s has been selected as one of 30 winners of the Loran scholarship worth $100,000 for undergraduate studies. He has also earned the...

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Calling all quilters!

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

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...

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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 soothsayers warned we’d pay a price for not electing Conservative parliamentarians. And they may have been right, given....

Kids on wheels

Updated on March 28, 2015 - Let’s see. I didn’t have a car in high school; few of us did. One friend had a Datsun 510, and we piled into that car like it was a...

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Partridge takes flight

Updated at 03:56 - It didn’t take recently fired Memorial Sea-Hawks women’s basketball coach Doug Partridge long to find a new position, albeit a volunteer job at this point with the University of Regina Cougars..

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Key learnings from years of tech reviews

Updated at 03:32 - In the world of technology — as with life itself — change is always good. I believe this to be true, even when that change appears negative on its surface..

Kids on wheels

Updated on March 28, 2015 - Let’s see. I didn’t have a car in high school; few of us did. One friend had a Datsun 510, and we piled into that car like it was a...

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Sara Tilley’s new novel blazes new trails

Updated on March 28, 2015 - DukeBy Sara TilleyPedlar Press412 pages; $22“Duke” is Sara Tilly’s second novel; her debut was “Skin Room,” in 2008. Not that she has been idle as a writer, or as a theatre artist. Tilly has a theatre production company (“She Said Yes!”), and she....

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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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