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The province has been granted intervener status in the dispute between Oceanex and Marine Atlantic on commercial ferry rates. Justice minister Andrew Parsons announced the province's intention of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to seek the position back on May 5. Arguments over whether or not Marine Atlantic should receive less from the federal government need to be heard by the Federal Court in this province, according to Marine Atlantic and both the provincial and federal governments. Comment?
Shown here is student Elizabeth Morneau standing next to a cable roller which was used to install part of the trans-Atlantic cable in the mid-1800s. This historic plaque reads: Cape Breton - Newfoundland Cable. Comment?
Premier Dwight Ball signalled a sharp change in tack when it comes to the province's budget situation Thursday morning at The Rooms. Premier Dwight Ball and his cabinet spoke to the media at The Rooms on Thursday morning at the end of the government's summer cabinet retreat. Comment?
Mani Majumder left us last week. He was born in India but came to Newfoundland and Labrador via Germany after falling in love with a woman from Burlington. Comment?
The ferry service between Wood Islands, P.E.I., and Caribou transports more than 400,000 people a season as well as 14,000 truckers who have... WOOD ISLANDS - A ferry service reduced to one boat between P.E.I. and Nova Scotia is grinding the gears of at least some truck drivers. Whether the drive off the boat leads to the majestic Wreckhouse or the winding Kelly's Mountain, it is a necessary evil for us Newfoundlanders. Comment?
Kenyan acrobats and the first American group to come in decades are highlights for this year's Tattoo, alongside sobering tributes to Fort McMurray and the Orlando victims. The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo runs June 30 to July 7, and a media preview was held Monday to showcase some performers and highlight historical themes like the centennial of the No.2 Construction Battalion and the Battle of the Somme, where hundreds of Newfoundlanders died at Beaumont-Hamel. Comment?
Mitchell Hudson, a Grade 8 student, will be making mustard pickles as his summer job located in the Bloomfield area. Hudson is using a family recipe and has his product in stores in Clarenville, Musgravetown, Trinity and Petley. Comment?
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