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Clarenville company’s equipment to take first 4K resolution images of Titanic
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NL court ruling could greatly impact Wabush pensioners
Newfoundland singer-songwriter Dani Bailey nominated for Canadian Screen Award
Newfoundland and Labrador government grounds airspace theory
14 managers cut, no change in service: NL Housing CEO
Heaps of overtime paid at Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro
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St. John's Edge can't hold onto late lead, get zapped by Lightning in OT
St. John's Edge find early trouble in Kitchener
Basketball's Nickerson, wrestling's Sutton are Memorial Se-Hawks athletes of the week
Sharpe prevails in main event of boxing card at Macdonald Drive JHS
St. John's Edge release Broadus, sign new point guard
Carl English, St. John's Edge’s shooting star, won’t be in the sky today
ROBIN SHORT: Getting more minutes in Motown
He knows it’s probably more coincidence than anything else, so he’s not prepared to go shouldering any credit, but Cole Long acknowledges that the fact the struggling University of Detroit-Mercy basketball team is 2-2 at a time when ...
Finalists announced for Mount Pearl’s best
Finalists have been announced for the annual Mount Pearl athletic awards to be presented next Friday at the Reid Community Centre. Awards were chosen from a selection committee consisting of chairman Wayne Andrews, Don Kelly, Gary Martin, Roy ...
Athlete of the Week
Memorial University varsity wrestler Dennis Sutton is The Telegram sports department’s choice as athlete of the week. Sutton won a bronze medal in the 100 kilo weight class at the Brock University Open in St. Catharines, Ont. last ...
It's official: Kaetlyn Osmond named to Olympic team
It would have been a shock had she not made the team, but it was just made official a short time ago in Vancouver: Kaetlyn Osmond of Edmonton, a native of Marystown, has been named to the Canadian Olympic figure skating team. Osmond won the silver ...
On a mild January night, Hinkle heats up as St. John's Edge take down Titans before a big audience
Saturday night at Mile One Centre, a broken nose meant Carl English didn’t have a chance to straighten out a shooting stroke that went a bit awry the last couple of games. But English’s teammate, Charles Hinkle, did get an opportunity ...
"Silly mistakes" cost Kaetlyn Osmond
By Laurie Nealin Special to The Telegram-Vancouver Thwarted by what she described as “silly mistakes,” Kaetlyn Osmond handed her Canadian figure skating crown back to archrival Gabby Daleman, who celebrated her 20th birthday in ...
Weekend scoreboard: Memorial teams can't find a win Friday in Halifax
AUS Friday, at Halifax Men’s basketball Dalhousie 89, Memorial 82 Memorial — Davion Parnsalu (24 pts), Greg Manuel (17) Memorial (4-7) plays Dalhousie (7-3) again this afternoon ——— Women’s ...
Widespread scoring contributions add up to another win for St. John's Edge
In all but one of the St. John’s Edge’s first 14 games, the team’s scoring leader — or co-scoring leader — was either Carl English or Charles Hinkle. The lone exception was a late November game in Moncton, N.B., ...
Kaetlyn Osmond's defence of her national figure skating crown experiences a shortfall
By Laurie Nealin Special to The Telegram Vancouver — If Kaetlyn Osmond is to win a fourth Canadian figure skating crown this week, she’ll have to come from behind to do it. The pride of Marystown crashed on the front end of her ...
ROBIN SHORT: You want to manage Mile One? Here’s the keys
Let’s see. For the next five-plus months, we’ve got five events at Mile One Centre. That’s not including the St. John’s Edge, and the 12 regular-season games remaining on home court after tonight’s ...