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18-Apr-2013

  • Mass dolphin deaths under investigation

    More than 20 dolphin deaths have been reported in recent weeks in South Australian waters.


  • Dolphin Digital Media Secures International Television Distribution For Award-Winning Digital Series Cybergeddon

    MIAMI, April 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dolphin Digital Media (Dolphin), a global entertainment leader focused on innovative storytelling for the young, always connected audience, has secured international ...


  • Silver Dolphin Books Receives Top Accolades For Little Critter Reading Adventure and GamePak Apps, Featuring Mercer ...

    SAN DIEGO, April 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Silver Dolphin Books is quickly receiving top accolades from respected children's educational app review sites for its first two fun-filled interactive apps for ...


  • 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.


  • 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, ...


  • Dolphin notch league double in difficult conditions

    Dolphin 6 Garryowen 15 Munster?s Barry O?Mahony scored a try in each half as Garryowen secured a league double over Dolphin at Musgrave Park.


  • Dolphin back in water

    A THREE-metre long common bottlenose dolphin was rescued off the beach at Stanley yesterday. Rescue efforts were hampered slightly with the tide, as rescuers, including volunteers and members of the public, kept the animal calm during the procedure.


  • '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 now at 24

    ANOTHER dead dolphin has washed up on an Adelaide beach.


  • Seven dolphins wash up dead on beaches

    SEVEN dolphin carcasses - including three infants - have washed up on South Australian beaches in the past eight days.


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