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05-Dec-2008

  • Dolphin Population Stunted By Fishing Activities, Study Finds (Science Daily)

    Despite broad "dolphin safe" practices, fishing activities have continued to restrict the growth of at least one Pacific Ocean dolphin population, a new report has concluded.


  • DOC points finger at fishermen for dolphin mutilations (Stuff)

    DOLPHIN DESTRUCTION: Forest & Bird says mutilations of dolphins had increased steadily, and suggested fishermen were the likely culprits in many cases.


  • Dutch minister criticizes Japanese dolphin hunt (People's Daily)

    Dutch Agriculture Minister Gerda Verburg has written to the Japanese ambassador to the Netherlands to protest the cruel annual slaughter of dolphins off the southern coast of Japan, Dutch paper De Volkskrant reported Wednesday. Such practice is unethical and should be halted, the minister said in the letter. The letter was sent at the request of the Dutch parliament, the report said. Japan has ...


  • Dolphin Capital to weather storm (ShareCast via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Finance)

    Dolphin Capital Investors believes it remains well positioned to weather the current economic storm after growing net asset value in the three months to September.


  • Dolphin Award nominations sought (The Malibu Times)

    Nominations are being sought for the annual Malibu Times Citizens of the Year Dolphin Awards. The purpose of the Dolphin Awards program is to recognize outstanding efforts of individual Malibu citizens and, by acknowledging and publicizing their contributions, inspire others.


  • Ex-Miami Dolphins coach Nick Saban on cusp of returning to Dolphin Stadium (Miami Herald)

    Miami's worst nightmare -- the return of coach Nick Saban to Dolphin Stadium -- is but 60 minutes away from being a reality. Vilified for walking out on the Dolphins in 2006 and helping turn a once-proud franchise into the laughingstock of the NFL, Saban has achieved greatness at the University of Alabama. His Crimson Tide are 12-0 and ranked No. 1 in the country by The Associated Press.


  • Dolphin Centre steals the show at awards (Bunbury Mail)

    THE Dolphin Discovery Centre scooped the pool at the West Australian Tourism awards for the second year running on the weekend. Centre operations manager Phil Coulthard was recognised for his efforts and named winner of the prestigious FACET Golden Guide award.


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