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  • Bob
    June 17, 2013 - 09:58

    What! Warn Nalcor and Ed Martin? When was the last time you talked to a wall?

  • Ohya Team Work
    June 17, 2013 - 08:55

    Cheers: to soccer NL for not keeping scores. After watching what happened at the ball hockey, no referee can assume what the emotional state of players can be or that they be mature enough to play and actually finish the whole game. Even if its only a few seconds left. Its no different from drinking and driving, the moose on our roads or a player getting creamed in a hockey game because he looked at the puck to long. We aren't willing to do what's necessary to remove the problem.

  • Jeers - Govt funding welding companies
    June 17, 2013 - 07:09

    Business Minister Keith Hutchings announced hundreds of thousands in govt financial support fir an offshore fabrication and welding company in Donovan's industrial park to purchase a robot welding machine that will replace welder jobs.

  • Maurice E. Adams
    June 17, 2013 - 07:08

    If a 5% increase in wintertime precipitation is anywhere close to increasing the island's hydro by 5%, then that could mean a 41% DECREASE in the need for Holyrood (a reduction of Holyrood's 870 GWh for 2012 to about 520 GWh)...... On top of that, add on a further reduction due to about 4 weeks less "frost days" (heating days) due to temperature increase, especially in winter when Holyrood is used most, and the reason for Muskrat Falls (a so-called need to replace Holyrood) evaporates.............. Result? Virtually free power for Labrador's (and Danny's) mining companies --- courtesy of BILLIONS of dollars from island ratepayers...... On top of that, the mining industry (with the new Mining Industry Advisory Committee and Government-Mining Industry Working Groups), perhaps headed up by our proxy Premiers (Dannny Williams and Ed Martin) will now be out Government by Proxy.