When Royal Newfoundland Constabulary cadet Amanda Johnston accepts her badge at this year’s graduation ceremony, the 20-year-old Mount Pearl native knows it will be an emotional moment.
Check out this story in today’s Telegram print edition.
Also on our front page, read about the latest from federal Fisheries Minister Keith Ashfield on controversial issues impacting the fishery in this province.
The Telegram website offers only a sample of the stories our reporters, editors and photographers work hard to get to the public every day.
Friday’s print edition of The Telegram, on the other hand, contains much more, from news and detailed sports, to opinion pieces and an expanded A&E section.
Inside Friday’s print edition:
• Page A2. Check out what detailed testing concluded on samples from an animal taken on the Baie Verte Peninsula in 2009.
• Page A3 carries the story of a class-action lawsuit launched against the Central Regional Health Authority — which follows similar class-actions against Eastern and Western health authorities.
• On Page A4 a photo feature of action from the Newfoundland and Labrador 2012 Summer Games.
• On Page A5, read about another security breach, this time involving the website of the MUN faculty of business.
• Registered nurses protest in Lewisporte.
• On page A7, read about the opening of Bannerman Park memory garden.
• Page D1, it’s Phase 3 of Octagon Pond Industrial Park, ready for the owner to start construction.
• The CNLOPB annual report is released.
• And a chocked-full sports section with all the latest results and stories from the Newfoundland and Labrador Summer Games, local sporting events and listings, and national and international sports.
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