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What’s the New Energy Plan?

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This Labradorian suspects there is more than meets the eye on the proposed hydroelectric development in Labrador. Who really stands to benefit and who’s being taken for a ride?

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Check out the nlNEWSwire

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Tired of going to 11 different websites to get your news headlines? We’ve got the answer.

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Gardening 101.10

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You’re working in partnership with nature, but nature is sometimes indifferent to the success of the joint venture. In fact, sometimes you’d swear nature was giving you the finger.

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Gardening 101.9

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And now for something completely different … perennials!

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Gardening 101.8

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The complete lowdown on weeds and their elimination. Or at least control. But only after some grousing about crappy weather.

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Gardening 101.6

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Tomayto? Tomahto? Instead of calling the whole thing off, let’s try for an idiot’s guide to growing them.

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A welcome back AHL!

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“The boys are back in town” boomed through the speakers as AHL T-shirts were tossed into the crowd and celebrities played ball hockey at Mile One stadium Friday morning. Danny Williams, President and CEO of the new team and Mark Chipman of True North Sports and Entertainment went all out holding an event to confirm the American Hockey League will be returning to St. John’s in the fall. Also on hand were Glenn Stanford, Chief Operating Officer; Craig Heisinger of true North; Dave Andrews, AHL President; and St. John’s mayor Dennis O’Keefe.

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Gas price rage

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All the gas stations charge the exact same price at the exact same time. How do they do it?

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VIDEO: Wallace Ryan | Cartoonist at large

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Wallace Ryan

Legendary cartoonist Wallace Ryan talks comic strips and introduces his latest work, Animal Hall

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Gardening 101.4

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Yellow Pole Bean Seedling

Planting seeds, transplanting seedlings, watering, thinning. Hunter/gatherer is so last week. We’re getting into agriculture.

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Ryan Cleary – Man on a Mission

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‘It’s a rare thing for me to believe a politician is actually on a mission, other than to feather his own nest’

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Gardening 101.3

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Sprouting Bean

In which is discussed the buying of baby plants from garden centres, along with the starting of one’s own plants. And stuff.

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The same except for the differences

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The Fla/NL connection

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‘We don’t wait’

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Petty Harbour fishermen have their own plan to up quotas AND replenish fish stocks

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Gardening 101.1

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It’s spring, when young men’s fancy turns to thoughts of gardening

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The ‘Newfoundland and Labrador’ naming fiasco – Part 2

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It started out being about Quebec’s lust for Labrador, but it changed to being about Labrador disaffection.

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Aquacultured

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Fishers and aquaculturalists get to the bottom of pesticide concerns

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The ‘Newfoundland and Labrador’ naming fiasco

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Whose bright idea was this name-change thing, anyway?

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Danny Williams: a profile

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A visually compelling read about the political career of our former premier

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End of the singer-songwriter? Hardly.

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Dave Picco speaks of his second solo album from T.O.

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