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Rebuilding the dead: Old whaler shaped with new hands

A piece of Newfoundland and Labrador history is slowly coming to life by the Albaola Foundation, a sea factory in Pasaia, Spain, to celebrate the Basque’s achievements in exploration and marine history. 820 more words

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Carpentry students showcase skills

Carpentry students had an opportunity to showcase their abilities in the Skills Canada Provincial Competitions.

Four carpentry students participated in the provincial competition. They were given about six hours to complete a miniature house. 227 more words

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Mother Nature slows cargo

Marine Atlantic hoped the ferry Blue Puttees would be back in operation Monday night to begin shipping the backlogged traffic in both the Newfoundland and Nova Scotia ports. 470 more words

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MUN checkout policy stressing students

Some Memorial University students are stressed about the residences’ new 24-hour checkout policy.

After students write their last exam of a semester, they have 24 hours to check out of their residence rooms. 678 more words

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Plan to end moose and human violence

Two new moose reduction zones will be designated along the Trans-Canada Highway as a test project to try and reduce the number of moose-vehicle collisions. 517 more words

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The Weight

Eventually, I grew on you.

But you didn’t make it easy. All throughout your childhood you were constantly moving around; soccer, basketball, karate — who were you kidding? 717 more words

Dave Sullivan

Second AOPS to be named after RCN Nursing Sister

One of the new Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS) will be named after Margaret Brooke, a Royal Canadian Navy Nursing Sister decorated for gallantry (in combat) during the Second World War, the Royal Canadian Navy and Department of National Defence announced Monday. 307 more words

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