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29-Apr-2009

  • JIM MANDICH: Former Miami Dolphin says Pat White pick makes his 'toes tingle' (Sun-Sentinel)

    PART 3: New series featuring Dolphins' broadcasters


  • Arriva il computer mobile che 'si disinfetta' (ITNews)

    Roma, 29 apr. (Ign) - Nasce il primo computer mobile con involucro esterno disinfettabile. Il Dolphin 9900hc stato specificamente ideato per garantire la sicurezza del paziente in ambienti dove richiesta una continua igiene dei dispositivi.


  • Dolphin Energy secures $3.45b debt facility (MENAFN)

    Dolphin Energy secures $3.45b debt facility


  • Gazetteer: Young, gifted and professional (The Scotsman: Business)

    THOSE bright young things at Brewin Dolphin have come up with a great excuse for a party ? they're launching their own "networking group".


  • Dead dolphin found, recovered off Manasquan coast (Asbury Park Press)

    A dead 350-pound bottle-nosed dolphin was recovered Sunday morning from the ocean about a half-mile off the Manasquan beach by members of the Point Pleasant First Aid Dive Team, said Chet Nesley, chief diver of the team.


  • Government Dolphin Trade to be Scrutinized by International Body (PR Newswire via Yahoo! News)

    The Solomon Islands controversial trade in wild-caught dolphins is to be subject to an in-depth review under the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), as decided by the CITES Animals Committee at its annual meeting last week in Geneva.


  • Georgia Aquarium opens Dolphin Conservation Field Station (World Leisure News)

    Georgia Aquarium's Dolphin Conservation Field Station (GAI-DCFS) has opened in Marineland in St. Augustine, Florida, US.


  • Gripping eco-flicks top 2009's Hot Docs lineup (CTV.ca)

    Move over Al Gore. "The Cove," a new eco-thriller about Japan's controversial dolphin hunt, could become Hollywood's next "An Inconvenient Truth."


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