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Kieran Hanley

Kieran Hanley has 45 articles published.

A better economy, a better environment

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Upcoming conference to focus on the green economy

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Thanks for the memories

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How fast the days go by at this time of year… Movember has come and gone, but I wanted to give The Independent‘s sincere thanks to the three men who allowed us to profile the growth of their moustaches for a month: Dr. David Harvey, Michael Bartellas, and Mike Dawe. They certainly provided us with something interesting to look at each day of the month, and hopefully we were able to give their campaigns a bit of a boost. For one last peek at the evolution of their upper lip last month, check out the interactive photo gallery.

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It’s time to let industry fix the fishery

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A tough and candid look at what may be best for the future of the fishery

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A Pittance of Time

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Terry Kelly is helping make the Canadian Embassy’s Remembrance Day ceremonies unforgettable.

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… Today on The Independent

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Doctored documents. Our correspondent – Sherrie McCarthy, who is travelling the world on her motorcycle – discovers the perils of traveling with a tattered passport in her latest entry into her Chasing Summer column. Click here. The Movember Mupdate. Meanwhile, The Independent updates you on the growing moustaches of three men we’re following for Movember. Click here to see their progress. The Indygestion Contest. This week’s contest – which you as a reader are entered into for free – is for 2 pairs of tickets to November 15’s show at the St. John’s Arts & Culture Centre: Canada’s National Arts Centre Orchestra is being presented by the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, with Julian Kuerti, conductor and Jan Lisiecki, piano, and featuring the renowned vocalists of Shallaway. But if you don’t want to wait for the draw on Friday, Daily Indygestion subscribers are being offered a discounted ticket price. Scroll to the…

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The Movember Mupdate: Mov. 7

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The Independent follows three individuals growing a moustache (for a good reason).

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Is it too late for the Liberal party?

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Kieran Hanley explores how the Liberals went from governing to 6% support in St. John’s in just 9 years

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Everybody Wins!

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Some post-election thoughts from Kieran Hanley

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E-Day: Last minute thoughts on Newfoundland’s election

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Kieran Hanley chimes in with his thoughts on the 2011 Newfoundland election campaign

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Should crime be an election issue?

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As the Federal Conservatives are pushing through new “tough-on-crime” legislation at the national level, many people are left wondering “why?” The crime rate in Canada, afterall, is the lowest it has ever been in almost 30 years – and that rate has been in general decline during that same time. But here in Newfoundland and Labrador – on the northeast Avalon especially – crime is becoming more and more of a problem. While Stats Canada reports that nationally crime decreased by 4% in 2009, the total crime rate in St. John’s actually saw an increase of 4% – and our capital city now has the seventh-highest metropolitan crime index. With money comes prosperity, but it also brings nastier elements of society – that quite frankly us Newfoundlanders aren’t used to. Disappearing are the days where we can leave our car idling in front of the convenience store, leave our front…

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The PCs: Smooth Sailing

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Barring a monumental collapse in support, the party will be just fine heading into their 3rd consecutive majority government.

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The Liberals: 2nd is a Success?

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The NDP: A Long way to go
In this 3-part series, the results of the 2007 election are represented geographically, giving us an idea of the work ahead for each party to win even just one more seat.

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The NDP: A Long way to go

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In this 3-part series, the results of the 2007 election are represented geographically, giving us an idea of the work ahead for each party to win even just one more seat.

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A look into the history of the Churchill

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In the months and years ahead we are all going to be hearing quite a bit about the upper Churchill and the lower Churchill hydro electric projects.

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Federal government officially commits to Muskrat Falls

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A recap of the news conference this morning, including photos and the MOU document

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