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The fastest man in Newfoundland

The fastest man in Newfoundland

Updated at 05:02 - Dave Carroll recalls it being a glorious, late August Saturday 50 years ago on Bell Island. The track over there had never looked better, done right up to the nines.

Rough day on the Ring Road

Rough day on the Ring Road

Updated on August 28, 2015 - Friday was a dangerous day on the Outer Ring Road — a highway that’s notorious for accidents at the best of times.

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Cheers! The Duke turns 25

Updated at 04:32 - It was a quarter-century ago that Terry O’Rourke and Colin Dalton took over the Duke of Duckworth ...

Not exactly the A-team

Updated at 05:02 - In this summer of Blue Jays frenzy ... Newfoundland Tories probably can’t help but dredge up a baseball metaphor ...

Intruder bolts after residents wake up

Intruder bolts after residents wake up

Updated at 10:56 - An intruder fled a St. John’s home when the residents woke up during the break and enter, according to a news release from the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary...

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Sad statistic

Updated at 03:33 - Editor’s note: this is the final instalment in a series commissioned by Action Canada which The Telegram has been publishing...

‘Mom, I’m in trouble’

Updated at 03:33 - • Names have been changed to protect the identity of the youth and his family.• This story deals with graphic subject matter and...

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A Girlie in need of a home

Updated on August 28, 2015 - Girlie, a beagle cross, having an outing in Bowring Park, was a typical happy-go-lucky dog until she spotted a pair of dogs being...

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Opinion

Hacking Back

Updated at 05:02 - It wasn’t so long we discussed in this space (Remote control) a recent development in the connectivity of our world, to wit, some clever SOBs have figured out a way to hack your connected car and have all manner of nefarious fun with it..

Tell them where you stand on Bill C-51

Updated at 03:33 - “Those who sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.” — Benjamin Franklin In this marathon federal election, there are many...

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Don’t ruin our heritage district

Updated at 03:33 - I’m writing on behalf of affected residents of the heritage district neighbourhood of Harbour Grace. Recently, residents of the...

Opinion

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Business

Group wants old fish plant torn down

Updated on August 26, 2015 - An old, unoccupied fish plant is standing in the way of the Sandy Cove Harbour Authority. And it wants it torn down.

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Union wary of Bell Canada outsourcing

Updated on August 26, 2015 - Leaders of Unifor locals representing Bell Aliant employees in Atlantic Canada say they want some attention paid to a decision to...

Business

Sports

Coaching the coaches

Updated at 03:02 - There’s a new youth basketball association in town, and the aim of organizers is to not only develop the athletes’ skills, but up...

Sports

Living

Tourists on tour

Updated at 03:32 - Tuesday night I had a lovely unexpected phone call from Regina McCarthy of the well-known McCarthy’s Party tour company. They’ve been around since 1982, showcasing Newfoundland and Labrador to visitors to our province but I didn’t know until now that....

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Photo

Drum roll, please

Updated at 03:32 - The rare bird of the year is decided by a number of factors. The important categories are the sheer magnitude of rarity and the...

Mining our history Photo

Updated at 03:32 - The Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the Great War: A Guide to the Battlefields and Memorials of France, Belgium and GallipoliBy...

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Living

News

News

Entertainment

The boy will sing

Updated on August 27, 2015 - A new local play will receive its world premiere this week in Bay Roberts.

Etcetera

Updated on August 25, 2015 - on tourAndy Brown Releases Album ‘Seasons’ with national tour Sept. 10- The Ship Pub, St. John’s This fall, Marty Haggard, son of...

Entertainment

Community

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.

Community