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  • Brewin Dolphin in talks over investment sell-off

    Brewin Dolphin, one of the City's oldest fund managers, is weighing up a sale of its investment banking arm.

  • Dolphin?s double-duty performance

    Iowa City, Ia. ? Gary Dolphin, voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes, was running on fumes Wednesday evening. ?This is the only time I?m glad we have an 8 o?clock basketball tipoff,?? Dolphin said before Wednesday?s Big Ten opener between Iowa and No. 23 Illinois at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Dolphin signed off on his post-game radio show [...]

  • Holidaymaker saves infant dolphin

    A newborn bottlenose dolphin was saved and returned to the wild after a holidaymaker in Herolds Bay found it trapped between the rocks metres offshore.

  • Dolphin Dip set for New Year‚s day

    SURF CITY ? On New Year?s Day thousands of people will come out to Surf City for the ever popular Dolphin Dip.

  • Ga. Aquarium buys Fla.'s Marineland theme park

    The Georgia Aquarium has bought the historic Florida marine park that houses its dolphin conservation program, officials announced Monday.

  • Dolphin Dip scheduled for Saturday

    SURF CITY ? After nine years of hosting the New Year?s Day Dolphin Dip in Surf City, organizer Brian Moxey said planning the annual event is easier. And harder. ?It?s truly a little of both,? Moxey said, laughing. ?Some things are easier,...

  • Cameron Wake could become first Miami Dolphin to lead the league in sacks

    Cameron Wake could become first Miami Dolphin to lead the league in sacks

  • Ex-Miami Dolphin Laakso dead at 54

    Former Miami Dolphins tackle Eric Laakso, a member of two Super Bowl teams in the 1980s, has died at age 54. Laakso, who had battled heart disease, was found dead at his home Saturday, the Broward Medical Examiner's Office said Monday. Laakso played at Tulane before being drafted by the Dolphins in 1978.

  • Dolphin's Eric Laakso dead at age 54

    POMPANO BEACH, Fla., Dec. 28 (UPI) -- Eric Laakso, the Miami Dolphin's starting right tackle in Super Bowl XVII in 1983, was found dead in Pompano Beach, Fla., Christmas Night, authorities said.

  • Dolphin running backs might split up

    As they prepared to start their first position meeting of the week on Monday, Dolphins running backs Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams appeared to be joking with each other. But they weren't really joking, Brown said.



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