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20-Feb-2012

  • Baby dolphin dies in Port River

    DOLPHIN calf Misty, born in the Port River last week, has died.


  • Cape Cod dolphin death toll reaches 103

    The number of unexplained dolphin deaths on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, rose Friday, with rescuers tallying the toll at 103.


  • Dolphin Found Swimming in NJ Lagoon

    The dolphin could still be seen in the Ocean City, N.J. waterway late Friday


  • Minnesota Zoo dolphin calf Taijah dies unexpectedly

    The Minnesota Zoo's latest dolphin addition - 1-1/2-year-old calf Taijah - has died after a sudden illness, zoo officials said Tuesday.


  • Business : Dolphin Energy issues $1.3b bonds

    ABU DHABI ? Dolphin Energy Limited has issued $1.3 billion of ten-year senior secured bullet bonds. The initial $1 billion bond was priced on Tuesday February 7, 2012 with an additional $300 million tap bond priced on Thursday due to strong investor demand. The two issues of bonds will carry a coupon of 5.5 per cent and mature on 15 December 2021.


  • Dad slams Dolphin Centre over daughters' swimming ban

    A DAD has hit out at Bromsgrove?s Dolphin Centre after staff turned him and his two daughters away because the older one, who was six, was deemed too young to swim alone.


  • Dolphin Tower deal may be secret

    A settlement between the damaged building's insurer and condo owners was reached in mediation last month


  • ONLY ON WINK: Crews save dolphin stranded on sandbar

    Crews came to the rescue Sunday afternoon, after a dolphin was stranded on a sandbar in the Caloosahatchee River. Witnesses shot video and pictures of the rescue.


  • 30 jobs for Waterford's Rigney Dolphin

    Waterford company Rigney Dolphin today announced that it is finalising a deal with US-based Cleveland Clinic that will create 30 new jobs and with the prospect of more job creation in the future.


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