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• Nearing the completion of almost three-quarters of the two-year film and video production program at the College of the North Atlantic (CNA), Joe Kielley decided he could no longer continue his studies at the Bay St. George campus in Stephenville. “I was expecting a lot more than I got out of it.” And looking at the number of other students dropping out, he’s far from alone.

• Justice Don Burrage made his ruling Thursday completely clear for self-represented crane operators Fred White and Brian Murphy. “Mr. White and Mr. Murphy … it is over,” he said, prompting two heavy exhalations and other signs of relief from the men in Courtroom 5 at Supreme Court in St. John’s.

Both have been in and out of court since the end of a wildcat strike by hundreds of workers at Vale’s new nickel processing facility.

• The St. John’s Port Authority is not on the fence when it comes to the need to build a security structure on the harbourfront — it either abides by security standards or it shuts down a $250-million industry, says its CEO.

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Organizations: CNA, Supreme Court, Port Authority Breaking News

Geographic location: Stephenville

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  • Sarah McDonald
    December 08, 2012 - 12:56

    I can barely express myself for the rage I feel over the ignorant comments of Joe Kielley. I am an artist who has made a living on the west coast of the island for 20 years. I presently reside and work in Corner Brook but spent 10 years in Stephenville and can avow that both towns and the others, ports and coves around them are abundant with art and artistic knowledge. Despite Joe's 'insight' which I firmly believe is warped by a 'beyond the over-pass' mentality, we have and have always had a thriving arts community and the addition of arts-realted programming at CNA and Grenfell are instrumental in its promotion. I would hope to see artists from across Newfoundland and Labrador speak up against Mr. Kielley's comments - they are damaging to our province as well as our work and he should be ashamed.