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  1. Investors Wanted' maybe, but not cleared: ServiceNLRead the original story

    Monday Feb 8 | Telegram

    The financial services regulation division of ServiceNL has issued a warning in relation to an individual seeking investments from Newfoundlanders and Labradorians without proper registration. "This individual has never been registered under the Securities Act to solicit or trade in securities in this jurisdiction," reads a ServiceNL notice, issued shortly before 4 p.m. today.

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  2. There's proof P3s can cost taxpayers moreRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | Telegram

    Recently, when I read the unbelievable statements of Richard Alexander, executive director of the Newfoundland and Labrador Employers' Council , about the benefits of public-private partnerships - and his suggestion that the private sector can "help" save jobs for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians - I was reminded of a video that was making the rounds on Facebook showing some wolves attacking a weakened moose Like all newly elected governments, Dwight Ball's Liberals have discovered that the government coffers are almost empty. Some irresponsible media outlets have even given proclamations of bankruptcy air time.

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  3. Lost islandRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 6 | Telegram

    Resettlement isn't what it used to be. In the old days, folks clung to their island and outport lifestyles like mussels to a rock.

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  4. Taxpayers will pay through the noseRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | Telegram

    There's a lot of discussion now about the sorry state of our Provincial Exchequer and about possible ways to get out of the hole. One solution, say private sector representatives, would be to "partner" with private companies to offer services that have been provided hitherto by the public service.

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  5. Eddie Coffey trying to replace broken accordionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Telegram

    You know how in the movies something particularly dramatic might happen in a scene, and you'll hear a sound effect like a record scratching or a plate smashing before it all goes quiet? Or maybe the scene will turn to slow motion and you'll see a look of horror come slowly across the characters' faces as an event unfolds? Submitted photo Eddie Coffey holds the pieces of his beloved accordion, which broke in two after he dropped it during a show in Florida Saturday afternoon. Coffey lives in Florida where he plays a number of gigs every week at various local bars.

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  6. N.L. performer Eddie Coffey trying to replace broken accordionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Telegram

    You know how in the movies something particularly dramatic might happen in a scene, and you'll hear a sound effect like a record scratching or a plate smashing before it all goes quiet? Or maybe the scene will turn to slow motion and you'll see a look of horror come slowly across the characters' faces as an event unfolds? Submitted photo Eddie Coffey holds the pieces of his beloved accordion, which broke in two after he dropped it during a show in Florida Saturday afternoon. Coffey lives in Florida where he plays a number of gigs every week at various local bars.

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  7. #OneIdeaNL violence prevention campaign launchedRead the original story

    Monday Feb 1 | Telegram

    A social media and awareness campaign, aimed at preventing violence, will be taking place this month for Violence Prevention Month 2016. The Coalition Against Violence, Avalon East, Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women NL, and more than 40 community and government agencies have launched the campaign.

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  8. Robin Short's column: You'd think they'd know betterRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 30 | Telegram

    At the 2006 draft held in Vancouver, 213 players were selected by NHL teams. In the 10 years since, 123 of those athletes whose names were called have yet to suit up for even a single National Hockey League game.

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  9. We understand the gravity' of credit rating downgrade: N.L. governmentRead the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Telegram

    The province is disappointed that its credit rating has been downgraded by Standard and Poor's, but Finance Minister Cathy Bennett wants to assure the public a lot of work is going into getting Newfoundland and Labrador's finances on track. Rhonda Hayward/The Telegram Minister of Finance and President of Treasury Board Cathy Bennett disusses the Government Renewal Initiative with the media at Confederation Building Wednesday.

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  10. Dropping dollar isn't all good news for fisheryRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 27 | Telegram

    Fishing boats tied up for the winter line the Prosser's Rock Small Boat Basin near Fort Amherst Wednesday afternoon. Amid all the doom and gloom about the economy, the price of oil and the provincial deficit, there's a bright spot for Newfoundland and Labrador: - Sthe Canadian dollar has been tanking.

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  11. Kudos for standing strongRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 28 | Telegram

    I want to add my voice to the many in Newfoundland and beyond who admire and support Brenda and Martin Seymour of the Spaniard's Bay fire department in their struggle for decency and equality. The Seymours' brave refusal to accept the unacceptable is an inspiration, as is their refusal to respond in kind to some extreme provocation.

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  12. Ocean of opportunityRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 27 | Telegram

    Fishing boats tied up for the winter line the Prosser's Rock Small Boat Basin near Fort Amherst Wednesday afternoon. Amid all the doom and gloom about the economy, the price of oil and the provincial deficit, there's a bright spot for Newfoundland and Labrador:a Sthe Canadian dollar has been tanking.

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  13. An unforgettable all-night partyRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 27 | Telegram

    Submitted photo Playwright Janet Michael has returned to St. John's from B.C. for the premiere of her play "Habib's Unforgettable All-Night House Party," which is inspired by her Lebanese roots. Submitted photo Crew members build the set at the LSPU Hall to look like the inside of a Gower Street home in the 1940s for "Habib's Unforgettable All-Night House Party," opening at the LSPU Hall this week.

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  14. N.L. fracking report coming in - the spring': ministerRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Telegram

    When the province's fracking review panel was named in October 2014, then-minister of Natural Resources Derrick Dalley said a final report from the panel was due within one year. But as of October 2015, the work of the expert panel - Ray Gosine, Graham Gagnon, Maurice Dusseault, Wade Locke, and Kevin Keough - continued.

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  15. Starving children need our helpRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Telegram

    Looking at those disturbing images of young Syrian children on TV starving to death is extremely difficult to bear. We have an opportunity right now to do something about that, so let's do it.

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  16. Refugee family amazed by warm welcomeRead the original story

    Monday Jan 25 | Telegram

    It's hard to imagine other situations where a family would receive so much attention just by walking through the aisles of a grocery store. Clockwise, Fatan Fouad al Shahadat, Mohammad al Homsi, Jamila al Homsi and Khaled al Homsi are shown during a tour of Colemans on O'Connell Drive.

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  17. Exclusive #WkndBEST: Editorial - No respectRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 23 | Telegram

    Those were the explanations given by an instructor who played the clip at the end of a day of training for firefighters in Spaniard's Bay. Here's one thing Hall seemed to miss - something that completely erases all the other mitigatory factors: it's a pornographic video.

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  18. Sugar tax worth consideringRead the original story

    Monday Jan 25 | Telegram

    Proponents argue that expanding sin taxes like those on alcohol and tobacco to high sugar food and drink will reduce consumption. Or at least raise revenue to help fund treating the negative health outcomes such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

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  19. Do somethingRead the original story

    Friday Jan 22 | Telegram

    So, here's a selective quotology of the Liberals' action plan to rescue the province from an unprecedented fiscal chasm. On Jan. 11, Premier Dwight Ball said this about budget consultations: "It's very different.

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  20. Ball talks dire finances at RotaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | Telegram

    Ball has been delivering the message for the better part of a month nowa S- first in a Christmas fiscal update, then in year-end media interviews, and then earlier this week when he announced that pre-budget consultations will last for the next 18 months. "We will rise to the challenge, because if we do nothing else, it will be the financiers, it will be the lenders, who determine the future of our province," he said.

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