Thoughtcrime comes to Canada

Updated at 05:03 - Judging by news reports, Benjamin Levin sounds like a thoroughly revolting and detestable human being.

A growing need to keep growing

A growing need to keep growing

Updated at 05:02 - The lunchtime meal has finished at the Gathering Place. There’s an animated card game going on in one corner while a couple of other people relax and watch Brad...

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Fossil fascination

Updated on March 05, 2015 - By Gwydion MorrisSpecial to The TelegramThey’re not lobsters from space. They’re trilobites, and the Manuels River is full of them..

Nowhere to go but up for the NDP

Updated on March 05, 2015 - Back in October 2012, New Democrat Leader Lorraine Michael emerged from her party’s annual convention to say that building the nuts...

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No need for coyote panic

Updated at 03:33 - Recent coyote sightings in the towns of Conception Bay South and Paradise this past week have renewed interest and concern about the canine predator..

Stephen, meet Pierre

Updated at 03:32 - Perhaps the prime minister and his fisheries minister need a little lesson in Canadian history.

What’s the bill?

Updated at 03:33 - It is rather reassuring to learn there will be new legislation introduced in the House of Assembly in a few weeks to replace Bill...

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IceCaps have to watch out for the Devils behind them

Updated at 03:02 - The St. John’s IceCaps have been focusing on the task ahead of them as they push for a playoff berth in the American Hockey League’s Eastern Conference.The teams ahead of them, too.But they’ll be looking over their shoulders this weekend.

Avalon likes the view from the top

Updated at 03:02 - Finishing first was the initial goal of Avalon Roebothan McKay Marshall Capitals, and the Penney Mazda St. John’s Junior Hockey...

Close company

Updated at 03:02 - The St. John’s Maple Leafs had the edge on Western Kings during the provincial major midget hockey regular season, but cold hard...

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Divine dumplings

Updated at 03:33 - We’re twixt and tween now. Winter is starting to overstay its welcome but spring hasn’t come knocking. This is the perfect time to invite friends over to have a glass of wine in front of the fire and plan a summer camping trip together..

‘Fat’ article a wake-up call

Updated on March 05, 2015 - The Norwegian writer who has generated outrage with his article about a visit to the Northern Peninsula may be doing us a favour.

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Cuts not expected for shrimp fishery in 2015

Updated on March 05, 2015 - By all expectations, the amount of northern shrimp permitted to be caught off the province in 2015, by small and large boats, will stay roughly the same as last year..

Quota cuts panned

Updated on March 05, 2015 - Employees of the provincial shrimping industry rallied Wednesday at Hotel Gander to denounce the impacts of cuts to the inshore...

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse fighting system built for style, not substance

Updated on March 04, 2015 - Akira Toriyama's "Dragon Ball" is an undeniable titan of children's entertainment. 519 chapters of manga spawning more than 508 animated television episodes, 19 theatrical films, and countless other spinoffs and celebrations including more than 70....

‘A David and Goliath story’

Updated on March 04, 2015 - Book about the RCMP standoff with Leo Crockwell optioned by production company for a web series   Leo Crockwell doesn’t...

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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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