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Hans Rollmann has 263 articles published.

Justin Brake nominated for human rights award

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Independent reporter to appear in court over same coverage N.L. Human Rights Commission has cited as the reason for his nomination.

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Ball Government’s new vision buries N.L. residents in gobbledygook

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But cutting through the spin doesn’t inspire any greater confidence.

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Press freedom a prerequisite for the just and democratic rule of law

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Journalists ought to defend freedom of the press, not encourage its restriction.

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Songwriter protests Dunphy investigation delays with new song

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Colleen Power says the public needs to continue demanding answers and accountability.

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A Woman’s Almanac revived after two decade hiatus

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Thirty years after the first edition was published, and 20 years after the last, ‘A Woman’s Almanac’ is back to document the diversity of struggles and achievements by women in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Court order issued for arrest of land protectors, journalist

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Court order includes Independent editor Justin Brake.

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Muskrat Occupation: Government urged to fasttrack meetings

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Demands have not changed; RCMP confirms reinforcements arriving; hunger strikes add urgency to meeting with government.

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Thank you, Land Protectors of Labrador

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We have all learned something important from the courage of Labradorians

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“We hold Muskrat Falls”

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Land protectors storm site, win temporary halt to flooding.

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Muskrat Falls a “modern day form of genocide”: lawyer

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Pam Palmater, one of Canada’s top lawyers, says the federal government must intervene.

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Muskrat Falls and Canada’s promise of reconciliation

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The RCMP and the federal government need to consider their next steps very carefully.

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Power, police, and Muskrat Falls

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The response of police and politicians raises serious questions about power and privilege in this province.

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St. John’s a mediocre place to be a woman

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While the gender gap may be narrowing in some areas, other trends are deeply troubling.

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Muskrat Falls: A deadly boondoggle that will harm generations of Indigenous people

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As the megaproject inches closer to reality, opposition to its deadly impact is growing.

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No, Margaret Wente, all is not forgiven

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Margaret Wente says a recent trip to Fogo Island changed her view of Newfoundland. No, it hasn’t.

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Slutwalk organizers tackle a “deeply embedded” rape culture

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Media and popular stereotypes about sexual assault are still a long way from reality, say organizers.

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Newfoundland in the Black imaginary

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Black history in Newfoundland has been ignored for too long, says visiting poet and scholar.

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Labour Day is a battle cry

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When your employer wishes you Happy Labour Day, tell them to put their money where their mouth is.

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