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A victim's family speaks November 12, 2013

“We just couldn’t seem to reason with him, and we could not get any help, no matter where we turned — from counsellors, to friends, to police, to lawyers — there was nothing anybody could do.”

Exclusively in The Telegram, the parents of Juliane Hibbs — killed Oct. 15 with her fiancé Vince Dillon by former boyfriend Brian Dawe — speak publicly for the first time about the tragic events that led up to the murder, and how the system failed their daughter and lets victims slip through the cracks.

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Juliane, murdered by an estranged boyfriend on Oct. 15, sits with her father Phillip in this family photo.
AG Report for year ending March 31, 2010 January 26, 2011

A collection of stories on key issues contained in the latest report from the Auditor General John Noseworthy for the year ending March 31, 2010. The report was released Jan. 26, 2011.

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Auditor General John Noseworthy presented his annual report to House Speaker Roger Fitzgerald Wednesday evening.
Animals and us June 13, 2016

Whether it's about someone doing good for our feathered and four-legged friends, or the excitement — and anger — created when modern life meets the wild kingdom, there's always interest in a story about animals. Here are a few we have followed in TC Media.

Apprentices and the challenges they face December 23, 2011

Skilled trades apprentices in Newfoundland and Labrador face numerous challenges finding work locally. Many leave home to work outside the province, while others give up on their first career choice and take positions in other fields. Reporter Ashley Fitzpatrick prepared a three-part series on the many issues facing those in the skilled trades sector.

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Apprentice millwright Jessica Mercer. — Photo courtesy of the Office to Advance Women Apprentices
Arrow Air — 25 years later December 07, 2010

A quarter century has passed since Arrow Air Flight 1285 crashed 73 seconds after it lifted off a Gander runway on Dec. 12, 1985.

Two hundred and fifty-six people died — 248 U.S. soldiers and eight crewmembers.

It remains the deadliest aviation disaster in Canadian history and one of the worst ever faced by the U.S. military.

The Telegram's Steve Bartlett teamed up with his colleagues at The Beacon in Gander for this special report on the Arrow Air crash - 25 years later.

In it, readers will find out what happened on that chilling December morning, and the reaction here and in the United States.

There are stories about the investigations into the crash, articles outlining why some people have never accepted the findings, and a recap of some of the conspiracy theories.

There is also a profile of an inspiring Gander widow and report on a new…

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Bernie Caiger (right), senior research officer with the National Research Council (NRC) of Canada, and Mike Renton, a technician with the NRC, look over the data recorders in Ottawa from an Arrow Air DC-8 that crashed in Gander Dec. 12, 1985. 
— File photo by Fred Chartrand/The Canadian Press