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Funny way to run a government
Some Tory speechwriter apparently harbours a secret desire to become a standup comedian.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Ascension Collegiate students win trip to Beaumont Hamel
Two Ascension Collegiate, in Bay Roberts, students have been awarded the opportunity to travel to Beumont Hamel June 27-July 5. Brittany Bishop and Jessie Downey were given the chance due to their work in the Remembrance Day poster contest.
Fanwood's K-9 Resorts EmBARKs Upon a Big 2014
The company, which specializes in overnight boarding , is adding franchise locations from Boston to Virginia in the near future.
Government offers change in course
Chief Justice Derek Green reads the speech from the throne for 2014 at the legislature Wednesday.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Parents remember Newfoundlanders who died in Afghanistan
The parents of two Newfoundland soldiers who were killed in Afghanistan say their children loved their roles in the Canadian Forces.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
CNLOPB details response to helicopter crashes
The regulator for Newfoundland and Labrador's offshore oil industry has issued a statement listing improvements made in the measures taken for the protection of offshore workers in the wake of two, deadly helicopter crashes.
Mercer leads the way in winners from this province
"The Grand Seduction" with Gordon Pinsent, Brendan Gleeson and Mark Critch wasamong the award winners at the Canadian Screen Awards with ties to Newfoundland and Labrador.
Newfoundland fishermen too passive, says retired fishing captain
They were upset about the fact that they had no buyers for cod in 2013 and were adamant they were not going to let it happen in 2014.
Atlantic Press Council responds to Cabana's complaint
The Atlantic Press Council has made a decision in regards to a complaint made about one of The Telegram's columnists.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
NDP - SNatural Resources critic explores needs of Newfoundlanders
New Democrat Natural Resources critic Peter Julian was in St. John's, flanked by local MPs Ryan Cleary and Peter Julian, to talk about sustainable development, and all the things he thinks that Prime Minister Stephen Harper is doing wrong.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Turning up the heat
Many hands in Newfoundland must have reached to turn down the thermostat this week while the minds controlling them wondered, "Wait a minute.
Winnipeg songwriter inspired by residency
Winnipeg-based writer and singer/songwriter John K. Samson gave a presentation about his artist residency at North West River, Labrador, Thursday, March 5, 2014 at the Grenfell Campus Fine Art Gallery.
Minister says midwifery will be publicly funded
Health Minister Susan Sullivan was unequivocal when she spoke to The Telegram this week that midwifery will most definitely be publicly funded through the health care system, and it probably won't take seven years to make it happen.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too Soon
A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Porn channels need more Canadiana: CRTC
The CTRC says a group of Canadian porn channels needs a few more naughty Newfoundlanders, Manitoba MILFs and promiscuous prairie girls.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Globe and Mail
Newfoundlanders asked to save power as cold snap pushes grid to limit
Linemen replace blown transformers as they attempt to return power to residential customers in St.John's on Jan. 6, 2014.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Bridge Worker Lands Feet First in Fall
He used the first one to land, cat like, on his feet after falling 25 feet this week from the landmark Pulaski Skyway in Jersey City, NJ.
Globe and Mail
March Hare: Newfoundland tradition branches out
"Tell us a story!" said the March Hare to the Dormouse. To which Alice added, "Yes, please do."
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Marystown decision on Targa misguided
My name is Tom Hollett and I am a mayor advocate of the Burin Peninsula and all of the communities, people and businesses that are blessed to call it home.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Cold Water Cowboys premiere one of Discovery's biggest, network says
Tuesday night's premiere of Cold Water Cowboys was the third-highest series premiere in Discovery's history, the network said in a news release.