The Telegram website offers only a sample of the stories our reporters, editors and photographers work hard to get to the public every day.
Friday’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:
• Premier Kathy Dunderdale and her cabinet would have needed to sign off on former auditor general John Noseworthy before he was hired for a $148,000 consulting job. Check out the story by reporter James McLeod.
• Ray Noftall found not guilty of armed robbery-related charges. When the judge told him he was free to go, Noftall nodded to his lawyer, waved at reporters and left the courtroom. Check out the full story by reporter Rosie Gillingham.
• A 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Haiti in January 2010 left the country devastated. Thousands of people were injured. At least 250,000 died. An estimated 2.3 million were left homeless. Capt. Blaine Thurston of the Canadian Armed Forces told listeners Thursday about the challenging environment soldiers faced trying to provide help in the immediate aftermath of the quake. Check out the story by reporter Andrew Robinson.
• Quebec aboriginals call caribou hunt ban interference. Story by reporter Andrew Robinson.
• Check out the News on the Go page, B8. It’s got great reader-submitted photos, news shorts, weather, today in history files, word of the day, puzzle and more.
• In our Sports section, Memorial Sea-Hawks women’s volleyball coach Bill Thistle said on the eve of the Atlantic University Sport championship tournament that, while the team is prepared, “our resolve has really been tested.” Check out the story by reporter John Browne.
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