The Telegram website offers only a sample of the stories our reporters, editors and photographers work hard to get to the public every day.
Thursday’s full edition of The Telegram, on the other hand, contains much, much more, from news to opinion to our expanded Arts & Entertainment section.
Check out these stories in the full edition today:
• Despite the outrage expressed by many homeowners in December when their property assessments increased dramatically, fewer people filed appeals this year than in 2010. See this story by reporter Bonnie Belec.
• Storied engineer Tom Kierans turns 100 years old. He’s still passionate about a fixed link to connect the island to Labrador. Story by reporter Andrew Robinson.
• The provincial government is forecasting deficits of $1.6 billion next year and the year after, for of a total of a $3.2 billion shortfall by April of 2015. That means as it stands right now, next year’s budget deficit will be more than double the $726-million shortfall that the government is facing this year. Check out the story by reporter James McLeod.
• A census is being undertaken to determine the number and location of Newfoundland ponies in the province. Story on page A12 in the full edition of The Telegram.
• Give your mind a break for a few minutes, read the News on the Go, page B8. Great reader-submitted photos, Today in History files, News of the weird, Words of the day, Sudoku puzzle, news takes and weather.
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