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07-Feb-2011

  • Dolphin House's 2010 numbers grim, January no better

    MONTROSE ?? Dolphin House saw nearly 192 child victims last year, and all but four of them were sex-abuse cases. As for January? No good news. All 17 children sent to Dolphin House for interviews and related services were sexual assault victims, said Sue Montgomery, the center's executive director.


  • Dolphin Towers residents face harsh reality

    Repairs to Dolphin Towers may cost up to $10 million, and any move home is still far off


  • Dolphin Digital Media Partners With Digital Agency Proximity Worldwide

    MIAMI -- Dolphin Digital Media, Inc. , a creator of secure social networking websites for children utilizing groundbreaking fingerprint identification technology, today announced that it has partnered with digital agency Proximity Worldwide to manage branded entertainment and digital marketing duties for all of the Company's new properties worldwide.


  • Dolphin Energy honours contractors

    Dolphin Energy has awarded some 10 locally-based contractors with ?recognition awards? for their ?continued commitment? to maintaining the highest standards across health, safety and environment (HSE) areas.


  • Dolphin rescued in Calapan

    A 30-kilogram spinner dolphin was released two hours after it was rescued Friday morning along the coast of Barangay San Antonio in Calapan City by combined Maritime police, environment, agriculture and fishery officials.


  • Dolphin Tower repairs could cost $10 million

    With a possible lawsuit in the offing, repairs may be delayed until 2013


  • Former Dolphin glad he's alive to see Super Bowl

    Forty years ago, Karl Noonan played in the Super Bowl. Sunday the former Miami Dolphin will watch the NFL's biggest game on TV from his home in Denver, N.C., not caring much who wins but very happy to be alive to see it at all.


  • Many hurt as boats collide in Marlborough Sounds

    A Dolphin Watch catamaran has crashed into an Outward Bound cutter boat injuring eight people in the Marlborough Sounds near Picton this afternoon.


  • Former Dolphin Karl Noonan just happy to be alive: Starting Five

    1. Happy Super Sunday, everybody.


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