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N.L. sailors go for Olympic gold

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Jonathan Ladha & Daniel Inkpen

As tickets start selling for the 2012 Olympics, Ladha and Inkpen aim for the top

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Dyer straits?

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Gwynne Dyer raises the issue of climate change in NL

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Lasting light

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Cape Race Stamp

The word from lightkeepers who get to keep their jobs after DFO halts lightstation destaffing

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It’s time the penny dropped

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Perhaps it’s time to empty that humungous mayonnaise jar and say good-bye to the penny

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Have-no-more

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Graph showing the absolute and relative change in the principal sources of provincial revenue.

An inconvenient truth we need to discuss

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What’s that about a budget?

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Parliament Hill

Making sense of an axed Federal budget and looming election

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Rare reflections

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'Blue Wave Bowl' by Wesley Harris

Wesley Harris, a west coast silversmith, presents a major exhibition

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Who’s to blame?

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Port Union fish plant may never open again

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VIDEO: The most interesting people in Newfoundland | Margaret Mullins

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This week, Martin brings us tales from author Margaret Mullins

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The art of chocolate-tasting

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chocolate-tasting

A first-hand account of being schooled in taking one’s chocolate seriously

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Recycling rate at 65 per cent in St. John’s

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Recycling facility at Robin Hood Bay

Recycling stats are in, city says they’re good news

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Monsters of the west coast

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Northwest Cove fossil bone

Did giant amphibians once roam the Codroy Valley?

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PHOTO: Speech from the throne

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Lt.-Gov. John Crosbie

A peek at today’s house of assembly opening

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