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The night the ice turned red

The night the ice turned red

Updated at 11:55 - With 33 years in nursing, Valerie Ryan knows what it’s like to peer into death’s dark eye.Like the time a lifeless 18-month-old boy arrived at the Bell Island community hospital many years ago. No time for questions. Or emotions.

EDITORIAL: Legacy of lies

Updated at 05:05 - When a politician steps down after a lengthy tenure, it’s customary to strike a respectful tone in evaluating legacy.

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‘This is not a pit bull issue’

Updated at 03:02 - The dog sentenced to death for attacking two children isn’t dangerous because it’s a pit bull, a local dog expert said — it’s due...

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The problem with the neighbours

Updated at 03:34 - It would make a startling editorial statement. A homeless man in Toronto, standing on a bench tufted with piles of his belongings, sending a golden arch of urine directly into the manicured grounds of Osgoode Hall, home of some of Ontario’s senior....

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Cabinet ministers never sleep

Updated at 03:33 - If you’ve ever wondered — and I know you have — whether those hefty salaries you pay government cabinet ministers are well-earned,...

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Left for dead Photo

Updated at 03:34 - where is the family that loved and knewwhere sunlight painted a bright designfloors once swept now warped with time— From the poem...

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Co-op working on securing new supplier

Updated on May 27, 2015 - The Lewisporte Area Consumers Co-op is getting a new grocery and gas supplier since Co-op Atlantic is getting out of that part of...

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Still remembered after all these years

Updated at 12:32 - Clint Malarchuk was a pretty good National Hockey League goaltender, even garnering some attention for the 1986 Vezina Trophy award as the league’s top goalie..

Athlete of the Week

Updated at 12:04 - Runner Dominic Loro is The Telegram sports department’s choice as athlete of the week.

Can anyone beat Sean Cleary?

Updated on May 29, 2015 - As the St. John’s Senior Men’s Softball League opens its 58th season Sunday at Lions Park, the question most hitters in the league...

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In pursuit of springers

Updated at 03:33 - It’s getting nigh on salmon fishing time again. Scheduled rivers on the island portion of our grand province will open to fly angling on June 1..

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Doctoring in Labrador

Updated at 03:34 - Dr. Miles Frankel’s book, “I Want to Know If I Got to Get Married: A Doctor on the Grenfell Mission,” reveals that this British...

A tale of two plumes

Updated at 03:33 - Saturday morning dawned wet and blustery on the Avalon Peninsula, but spring fever called and I had to go somewhere in search of...

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Doctoring in Labrador

Updated at 03:34 - Dr. Miles Frankel’s book, “I Want to Know If I Got to Get Married: A Doctor on the Grenfell Mission,” reveals that this British doctor was a compassionate physician as well as a captivating storyteller..

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Aces for pavement

Updated on May 15, 2015 - Anyone whose visited the St. Joseph's Church recently will be aware that the parking lot is badly in need of repairs..

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What's happening this week

Updated on May 14, 2015 - Thursday, May 14° All tickets for both flipper dinners at Wesley Church on May 14 and My 28 are sold out. Wesley very much...

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