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• A Mount Pearl woman who said she was kicked off income support for her Facebook relationship status says she was told this week an internal review has reversed the decision.
Sonya Martin-Drake said going public in The Telegram helped her plight.
“Most definitely. I probably wouldn’t have gotten anywhere with it if that didn’t happen,” Martin-Drake said Wednesday.
• Another Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) registered to the MV Lyubov Orlova has been activated, according to Transport Canada.
There’s been no sighting of the derelict Russian cruise ship since Feb. 4 when the vessel drifted into international waters following a failed tow operation.
On Feb. 23, an EPIRB registered to the vessel was activated.
• The Town of Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s has taken allegations of fraud against a senior town official to the next level.
During a special meeting of council March 4, councillors unanimously voted to dismiss the director of public works from his position until further notice.
The minutes from that meeting were accepted by council Tuesday night during its regular monthly meeting.
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