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• Some dogs sniff out bombs; some track down drugs; some help rescuers find people — Clod finds bugs … bedbugs, to be exact. And with a growing bedbug problem in St. John’s, he’s doggone busy these days.
• A Gander man once convicted of killing his twin daughters is accusing prison guards of mistreating him while he’s behind bars in St. John’s. Nelson Hart told the province’s top judge that things are so bad at Her Majesty’s Penitentiary (HMP), the correctional officers have prevented him from getting a lawyer.
• Vale is looking to fill long-term jobs for the operation of its new nickel-processing plant in Long Harbour. Coming out of construction over the next nine months, the mining company expects to have first nickel from the plant in the fourth quarter of this year. There are an estimated 500 long-term jobs for the operation of the plant and about 350 people are expected to be hired by the end of the year.
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