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The Telegram website offers only a sample of the stories our reporters, editors and photographers work hard to get to the public every day.

The full edition of The Weekend Telegram, however, contains much more, from news to opinion to our expanded Arts & Entertainment section, to sports and special features.

In The Weekend Telegram:

• On the front page, a St. John’s area woman is calling for more education for local court judges when it comes to issues of domestic violence and children’s rights. Check out the story.

• A subdivision has divided a developer and the Town of Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s. They are ensnared in a tangly legal battle. Check out the story.

• On page A3, what to look for when the House of Assembly will open for the fall sitting on Monday.

• On page A5, the latest on the Steven Neville murder trial.

• On page A7, it’s going to cost more money next year for municipalities and commercial users to dump their garbage at the Robin Hood Bay waste facility.

• Page A10, Finance Minister Tom Marshall on Muskrat Falls.

• The arts and entertainment section has features and stories from the music industry, movie reviews and local and national articles of interest.

• There’s the puzzle page that many people enjoy.

• On the books page, there’s reviews, best sellers list, and local listings of signings, readings and book launches.

• In the sports section, coverage of local, national and international sports.

• For those looking for a vehicle, or interested in the auto industry, there’s the Drive section.

Remember, for updates and the latest Breaking News, check

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Organizations: Breaking News

Geographic location: Robin Hood Bay

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  • Ron Tizzard
    November 17, 2012 - 08:11

    I agree, that the hard copy of the Telegram has a different personal feel to offer the reader. That said, the on-line version is very convenient, inviting of the reader to go to the Opinion section of the Telegram thereafter... on-line, should you be so inclined, and share their personal takes and opinions of fellow readers. The worst that could happen is 'just maybe' getting a swipe up the side of your 'ego', which is always fun, very entertaining, not to mention meeting new 'Opinionated' friends. Jump in! opinion section...just let your wife or husband know where you are...time flies!