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Rock Shows | The Beach B’ys

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The Beach B'ys

In this installment, a chat with the band who aims to bring good vibrations to the province

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Long live the pellet stove rebate

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Last day to get rebate: a look the rebate program and why the future of the local pellet stove industry is uncertain

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PHOTO: Paddy’s Day fun, love and madness

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St. Paddy's Day dancing

Classic St. Patrick’s Day behaviour in downtown St. John’s this evening

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VIDEO: The most interesting people in Newfoundland | Mark Cormier

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This week in his series, Martin Connelly interviews Mark Cormier — and gets a song

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Refugees

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Graph showing the backlog of refugees, the number of claims granted and the success rate, 1999-2009.

What is Jason Kenney up to?

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Updated: Newfoundlanders in Japan

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Rick Martin

A collection of news bits and reflection from our own living in Japan

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A tale of two countries: Part 3

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In the final installment of this special series on our fishery, columnist Hans Rollmann tells us the MOU’s not all bad, just mostly, and suggests some creative solutions for our future

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A tale of two countries: Part 2

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In the second installment of this special series on our fishery, columnist Hans Rollmann says F-U, MOU

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