Wiseman declares war of attrition

Wiseman declares war of attrition

Updated at 05:02 - The government plans to eliminate 1,420 positions in the civil service over the next five years through attrition.

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Taxed, but not too much

Taxed, but not too much

Updated at 05:03 - The rain came down Sunday, came down in sheets, and I was reminded how much I love having a roof over my head. And that I’m lucky to both have that roof, and, in...

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New cabs provide smooth ride

Updated on April 27, 2015 - Annette Powell took a cab to work Monday morning, and to hear her describe the drive, it was as though she had been driven in a stretch limo..

Justice minister keeping his distance

Updated on April 27, 2015 - For another day, the shooting death of Mitchells Brook resident Don Dunphy dominated question period in the House of Assembly.

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Mink farming is cruel

Updated at 03:33 - Re The Telegram’s April 16 article, “Mink farm looking to go big.” From this fur farm’s expansion application, online: Page 8: “Funding for this operation will consist primarily of private investment. Eagle Ridge Farm Ltd. plans to apply for....

It’s your money

Updated at 03:32 - Justin Trudeau may not have quite hit the mark with his advertising campaign about advertising campaigns. But he is definitely on...

Best wishes to Paula

Updated at 03:33 - I’m genuinely sorry to know that Paula Tessier will not be continuing to write her light and uplifting column for The Telegram. It...

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Caps stranded in Halifax

Updated at 03:33 - The remaining players with the St. John’s Hickman Automotive Caps junior hockey team are expected to arrive back in St. John’s today after being stranded in Nova Scotia since Sunday..

Chippy finish for Caps

Updated on April 27, 2015 - It wasn’t an early exit from the Don Johnson Memorial Cup for the St. John’s Hickman Automotive Group Caps, but the Newfoundland...

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Marianas Trench returning to Mile One Centre

Updated on April 27, 2015 - The B.C.-based JUNO Award-winning group is currently perfecting their fourth studio album, “Astoria.” The first single, “Pop 101,” was released last summer and has gone gold..

What a marvellous thing Photo

Updated on April 27, 2015 - “Special to The Evening Telegram, Paris, May 10, 1909 — Charles D.G. Roberts, the Canadian author, was injured today while driving...

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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...

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Marianas Trench returning to Mile One Centre

Updated on April 27, 2015 - The B.C.-based JUNO Award-winning group is currently perfecting their fourth studio album, “Astoria.” The first single, “Pop 101,” was released last summer and has gone gold..

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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