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• For 15 years, they were best friends. On Monday, Ryan Dwyer took the stand to tell how Steven Neville stabbed him five times.
• Unless somebody backs down in a big way, there will be no special debate on Muskrat Falls in the House of Assembly.
In all likelihood, when the House of Assembly reconvenes Nov. 19, politicians will be talking about whose fault it was that a debate in the House fell apart instead of talking about the
$7.4-billion Muskrat Falls project.
• In the wake of a gloomy report predicting Newfoundland and Labrador’s economy will shrink 0.4 per cent in 2012, businessman Bill Barry said he wanted to speak about the positive aspects of the provincial economy. “If you’re born in Newfoundland and you’re born in Canada, you’ve won the ovarian lottery,” said Barry, chairman and CEO of the Barry Group, at the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council’s Outlook conference Monday morning.
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