The Telegram Nov. 20, 2012.
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In today’s Telegram:
• The mayor of Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s says he is not in any conflict of interest.
• Journalist charged with Internet luring.
• Muskrat Falls poll starts political spat.
• Early intervention aids mental health, experts say.
• The bandstand in Bannerman Park is going to stay. Decision after council debate.
• Judge apologizes to jury for inadequate accomodations.
• Paid family caregiver policy is coming, but no timelines from government.
• TCH will remain closed for blasting following weekend landslide.
• In sports, Blue Jays-Marlins trade gets thumbs up from Selig.
• In business, Bloom Lake Mine layoffs affect hundreds.
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