Davis orders external review of harassment policies

Davis orders external review of harassment policies

Updated at 05:02 - Premier Paul Davis said in the House of Assembly Monday The Telegram’s reporting on sexual harassment issues in the public service doesn’t tell the full story, but then moments later, he promised action on the matter all the same.

A league of their own

Updated at 05:02 - Southern Shore Pugliesvich Breakers player-coach Jamie Tobin understands the Avalon Senior Hockey League is not equal in calibre to the Central-West Senior Hockey...

Girls’ hockey rocks

Girls’ hockey rocks

Updated at 05:02 - I remember years ago, when our only daughter decided to switch from dancing to ice hockey, I was ecstatic. Maybe because she was breaking the female stereotype.

Davis says no cuts for community group funding

Davis says no cuts for community group funding

Updated on March 30, 2015 - Premier Paul Davis announced in the House of Assembly Monday that Newfoundland and Labrador community groups which rely on the government for core funding need...

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A pervasive problem

Updated at 03:02 - Third in a four-part seriesValerie Penton’s experience with sexual harassment in the workplace is hardly unusual..

Respected community leader dies

Updated on March 30, 2015 - The St. John’s neighbourhood of Shea Heights is in mourning this week after the loss of popular community leader Harold Druken Sr.,...

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Odd but innocent

Updated at 03:32 - It’s bad enough quirky behaviour can invite unwanted attention, and even bullying. In some cases, it can even get you convicted of murder..

Health care, not Harper care

Updated on March 30, 2015 - Today, March 31, 2015, marks the one-year anniversary of the expiry of the Health Accord.

Cheers & Jeers

Updated on March 30, 2015 - Jeers: to spite. The federal government can get pretty ornery when things don’t go its way. In Newfoundland and Labrador, several...

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John Browne's Press Box: Through good times and the bad

Updated at 03:32 - As bad as this season was for Doug Partridge, the 1998-99 campaign wasn’t much better.I suppose it can’t get any worse than being fired as Partridge was recently, but he says 16 years ago was no pinic either..

Partridge takes flight

Updated on March 30, 2015 - It didn’t take recently fired Memorial Sea-Hawks women’s basketball coach Doug Partridge long to find a new position, albeit a...

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Living

From page to stage to screen

Updated on March 30, 2015 - One of the benefits of working with the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council (NLAC), which administers the annual BMO Winterset literary award, is you can easily justify reading all the books selected as finalists..

Key learnings from years of tech reviews

Updated on March 30, 2015 - In the world of technology — as with life itself — change is always good. I believe this to be true, even when that change appears...

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March blackout used to challenge Hydro communications

Updated on March 30, 2015 - It was an open hearing, meant to give the public a chance to speak directly to the utilities’ regulator about the #DarkNL blackouts of January 2-8, 2014 and the reliability of the provincial power system to 2017, when the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric....

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From page to stage to screen

Updated on March 30, 2015 - One of the benefits of working with the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council (NLAC), which administers the annual BMO Winterset literary award, is you can easily justify reading all the books selected as finalists..

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Community

Lion’s raise $7.7K for Canadian Diabetes Association

Updated on March 29, 2015 - Lions Clubs International District N4 in its continued support of the work of the Canadian Diabetes Association in Newfoundland and Labrador presented a cheque for $7,733.25 to the Canadian Diabetes Association during its 2015 District Convention in....

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