Profile of Andrew Robinson

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  • Streets feel the heat

    Proposed changes to downtown parking regulations in St. John’s received plenty of criticism at a public meeting Tuesday evening at city hall.The ...

  • Town will feel the pinch when plant closes

    Jerry Pike has been operating businesses in Burin with his brother Harvey for 28 years and the people who work at the High Liner Foods fish plant ...

  • Where to make cuts

    The president of Memorial University is adamant the recent provincial budget was good for post-secondary education.“In a year of constraints, it ...

  • Desperately seeking shelter

    The demographic needs of Newfoundland and Labrador when it comes to housing are among the greater challenges facing the Newfoundland and Labrador ...

  • Penashue stands behind sub-centre closure

    If he could turn back time, it appears Labrador MP Peter Penashue would not attempt to change the federal government's mind in closing the Marine ...

  • Penashue plugs EU trade

    Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Peter Penashue joined a group of provincial business leaders to make one point clear - a free trade agreement ...

  • Youth experience homelessness

    The nine youth who have spent the last few nights in downtown St. John’s huddled together in sleeping bags to stay warm are trying to understand ...

  • Public sees strengths, weaknesses in budget

    On Monday, The Telegram spoke to people with varying backgrounds to ask what they were looking for in the provincial budget.With the unveiling of ...

  • Wanted: rental units

    It has been approximately 30 years since a new privately built apartment building with rental units has graced St. John’s, according to the ...

  • Titanic remembered

    Performing familiar songs that largely delighted the people who attended an event to remember the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS ...