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RNC defends response in case of man found dead

RNC defends response in case of man found dead

Updated at 09:10 - Police didn’t locate the man who was found dead after his pickup truck went off the highway this past week, but that doesn’t mean officers weren’t on the job, an RNC spokesman said Friday.

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Look Ma, no hands

Look Ma, no hands

Updated at 08:02 - A few days ago, Russell Wangersky made an argument for banning all cell use in vehicles. (Ban hands-free calls, too, April 22).

Rolling over abuse

Updated on April 24, 2015 - Tomorrow, man will walk for child-abuse awareness; this summer, he’ll cycle across the island with Shannon Tweed-Simmons

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Wild and woolly

Wild and woolly

Updated at 05:02 - Senior hockey veterans talk about old times and old rinks

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The art of the matter

Updated at 03:35 - A St. John’s city councillor wants more information before he supports a funding request from the Terra Nova Art Foundation.

Return to the homeland

Updated at 03:02 - For much of their recent trip to China, three Newfoundland families did a lot of tourist-related things — visited the Great Wall of...

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Opinion

Volunteers: the heart of our vision

Updated at 03:34 - CNIB has always been about people helping people, and nowhere is that more evident than in the work of our volunteers..

The seal hunt wanes but will endure

Updated at 03:34 - In its glory days, going to the ice was an honourable profession that brought Newfoundland boys into their manhood. Youngsters of...

Belief does not trump human rights

Updated at 03:34 - As has been mentioned in previous columns, there continues to be friction in our society while trying to balance religious rights...

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Sports

Robin Short's Sports Scene: Golly gee, how can this be?

Updated at 03:32 - We got together in Gander earlier this week — we, the group tasked to make selections yearly for the Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador Hall of Fame — and, as usual, it was a tough, sometimes spirited, debate over should go into the Hall, and who didn’t....

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Living

Savouring Savour Food and Wine 2015

Updated at 03:34 - Savour Food and Wine, the annual shindig featuring local restaurant food and wines, is evolving. What it will eventually look like is really up to the industry, specifically the members of the Restaurant Association of Newfoundland and Labrador..

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Eating gear for road or trail Photo

Updated at 03:34 - I wanted to write something summer-related. I was thinking of backwoods gully trouting, but the season is closed until May 15. I am...

On the move

Updated at 03:34 - Although mainly set in the 1980s, the “Saltwater Cowboys” storyline remains more contemporary and timely than ever. Jack McCarthy...

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Business

Time may be right to discuss U.S. seal products ban: minister

Updated on April 24, 2015 - Recent comments in the national media by Bruce Heyman, the United States ambassador to Canada, that he wanted to foster deeper trade relationships between the U.S. and individual provinces of Canada got Keith Hutchings thinking about seals..

ECONOMY: A difficult year

Updated on April 24, 2015 - There are no two ways about it. The impact of the precipitous drop-off in the price of oil over the last six months will hit the...

GAMECHANGERS: Power play

Updated on April 24, 2015 - A small company in Mount Pearl is selling technology so new that customers need to see it to believe it.

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Entertainment

Fancy footwork for Doc O’Keefe

Updated on April 23, 2015 - St. John’s Mayor Dennis O’Keefe in a dance-off: it’s happening, and you get to judge the winner..

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Community

Arts Council partners with Statoil to offer scholarships

Updated on April 22, 2015 - The Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council (NLAC) and Statoil Canada announced last week a Statoil/ArtsSmarts Scholarship, which will be awarded to a Newfoundland and Labrador student pursuing an education in the arts..

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