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29-Apr-2014

  • MMA fighter Cathal Pendred tries to save baby dolphin

    Kate Stanton DOONBEG, Ireland, April 28 (UPI) -- "Ultimate Fighter 19" competitor Cathal Pendred jumped into the ocean to help a stranded baby dolphin.


  • Entertainment Gaming Asia?s Dolphin Subsidiary Receives $700,000 Reorder from Solaire Resort & Casino in the Philippines

    Entertainment Gaming Asia Inc. , a gaming company focused on emerging gaming markets in Pan-Asia, today announced its Dolphin subsidiary has secured a major reorder to supply its gaming chips and plaques to Bloomberry Resorts Corp.?s Solaire Resort & Casino .


  • Dolphin expert fights to get reinstated at FAU

    Story by J. Israel Balderas / CBS 12 News BOCA RATON, Fla. - A prominent marine biologist who once did researcher at Florida Atlantic University fights to get back the job he lost for trying to save a dolphin. Video obtained by CBS 12 News that was shot on December 28 shows how Steven McCullough tried to save the sick animal by putting him in a residential pool. ...


  • MMA fighter rescues injured young dolphin

    Winning fights and saving dolphins. All in a day's work for Cathal Pendred While you were sleeping in on Sunday morning, Ultimate Fighter 19 competitor Cathal Pendred was out for a walk on the beach with his girlfriend when he spotted a group of people looking into the ocean at a distressing situation.


  • Brewin Dolphin attacks confusion over Scottish 'Yes' vote

    Wealth manager Brewin Dolphin seeking answers to its questions before deciding whether to join exodus as CWU recommends 'No' vote


  • Dolphin optimistic about Hawks

    The Daily Iowan sat down with the ?Voice of the Hawkeyes? Gary Dolphin to talk about this year?s Spring Game. The Daily Iowan: Gary, you have been around the team a lot this spring. Anything jump out to you during the Spring Game on April 26?


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