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10-Apr-2013

  • Call for urgent action over dolphin deaths

    Messenger North: THE second dolphin death in two weeks at Outer Harbor has sparked demands for urgent answers over a mass death of marine life.


  • 'Comprehensive protection required' to save Hector's dolphin

    New Zealand?s heavily endangered Hector?s dolphin population could recover if protection measures were extended out to 100m deep throughout its habitat, according to a new University of Otago review. Zoology Associate Professor Liz Slooten?s review into the effectiveness of area-based management to reduce dolphin bycatch found that such an approach can succeed if certain key criteria are met. ...


  • Dolphin deaths add to mystery in Indian River Lagoon

    Now bottlenose dolphin may be experiencing an unusual death rate in the Indian River Lagoon, adding to the manatee and pelican deaths that have scientists baffled.


  • NOAA expanding dolphin-safe tuna certification requirements

    When the World Trade Organization found last year that U.S. labeling requirements for dolphin-safe tuna put Mexican tuna fishermen at a trade disadvantage, marine advocates worried that the federal government would weaken its dolphin-safe standards.


  • Dolphin close in on top four

    Dolphin edged ever closer to their first Ulster Bank top-four finish when they produced an unlikely but fully deserved victory over Clontarf at Castle Avenue on Saturday.


  • Dolphin avenge earlier home defeat to 'Tarf

    Clontarf 26 Dolphin 31 Dolphin avenged a home defeat from earlier in the season as they cut loose against second-placed Clontarf at Castle Avenue in Ulster Bank League Divisiona 1A.


  • Blue Dolphin Reports Fourth Quarter And Fiscal Year 2012 Financial Results, Record Full Year Revenue

    HOUSTON, April 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Dolphin Energy Company ("Blue Dolphin," "we" and "our") announced financial results for the quarter and year ended December 31, ...


  • Safety concerns for baby Port River Dolphin

    Messenger West: A DOLPHIN group is worried a new calf born in the Port River may be among the dolphins which have washed up dead along Adelaide's coast.


  • Concerns for baby Port River dolphin

    Messenger West: A DOLPHIN group is worried a new calf born in the Port River may be among the dolphins which have washed up dead along Adelaide's coast.


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