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RCMP answer questions on Dana Bradley murder file

RCMP answer questions on Dana Bradley murder file

Updated at 17:32 - Last March, Telegram reporters Glen Whiffen and Tara Bradbury brought you a series of stories about a man we call Robert, who says he witnessed the murder of St. John’s teenager Dana Bradley as a child.

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Red Wine caribou herd nearly depleted

Red Wine caribou herd nearly depleted

Updated at 17:52 - The population of the threatened Red Wine Mountain caribou herd has been declining for years. But the latest numbers, compiled by the provincial government in the...

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Icebreaker on standby in ice-choked Cabot Strait

Updated at 15:43 - Sydney, N.S. - A heavy-duty icebreaker has moved into the strait between Cape Breton and the island of Newfoundland, where thick pack ice is slowing the ferries that serve the two provinces..

Coyote sighted in C.B.S.

Updated at 14:50 - A coyote has been sighted inside the town limits of Conception Bay South, on Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula.

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Paying for sex is so … ew

Updated at 03:33 - The neighbourhood around pretty little Wood Street is in an uproar because of a bright red house..

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Sex trade needs a red light district

Updated at 03:33 - When St. John’s city council denies numerous applications for legitimate “family friendly” businesses, yet allows a number of...

Ferry affront

Updated at 03:33 - Three strikes and you’re not one bit closer to knowing what the heck is actually going on.

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Synchro is more than meets the eye

Updated at 19:02 - To the casual observer, synchronized swimming might appear to be nothing more than a bunch of girls in flashy swimsuits and a lot of makeup splashing around in a pool..

Little to choose between Royals, Cats

Updated at 19:02 - There wasn’t a whole lot to choose between Corner Brook Royals and Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts during the season, so why should...

Rowing helps Hawksley’s hoops

Updated at 19:02 - Memorial Sea-Hawks coach Peter Benoite knew Kieran Hawksley from his high school days, and he liked what he saw.

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Homegrown and exotic

Updated at 03:33 - What you grow up eating seems ordinary and often boring, but sometimes a twist from another food culture will renew the love affair with a taken-for-granted ingredient..

Tracking your pint

Updated at 03:33 - Where does your beer come from? OK, I’ll be a little more specific — where does your draft beer come from?

Enjoy a sip of Spain

Updated at 03:33 - Spain is the third largest wine producing country in the world, making it impossible to narrowly define the style or nature of its...

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Kraken released on TSX Venture Exchange

Updated at 13:39 - St. John’s — Kraken Sonar Inc. of Conception Bay South (TSXVENTURE: PNG) started trading today on the TSX Venture Exchange, the company announced in a news release. .

Shrimp fisherman given hefty fine

Updated on February 26, 2015 - Rodney Baggs of Twillingate was fined $4,000 for failing to fully complete a fishing log on a daily basis during last year’s shrimp...

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Write it on a postcard

Updated at 07:18 - The Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland & Labrador (WANL) launched its 3rd Annual Postcard Story Contest at Broken Books in downtown St. John’s Thursday. The award, sponsored by Broken Books, will be judged by actor/writer Greg Malone and Angela....

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Cancer Society introduces fund-raising dream team

Updated on February 26, 2015 - Al Pelley of the Canadian Cancer Society of Newfoundland and Labrador announces the members of 2015 Relay for Life Team. The members are Jason Sharpe, of Steers Insurance, Jim Organ, executive director of the Heavy Civil Association of Newfoundland....

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