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20-Jan-2011

  • Dolphin campaign under way

    When Sheri Hargrove rented a documentary two years ago about dolphin killings in a small Japanese town, she had no idea it would take her across the globe.


  • Sting meets dolphin advocate, hopes for debate

    Sting wants to help save dolphins still being brutally slaughtered in Japan, but says the best way is by starting a debate, not by forcing foreign opinion.


  • New video reveals dolphin hunt just as brutal as ever

    A fresh account has emerged of a harrowing dolphin kill at the Japanese town of Taiji, confirming the controversial hunt thrives despite a foreign vigil against it.


  • Dolphin Capital Inv - Result of EGM

    Dolphin Capital Inv - Result of EGM


  • 'Cove' star Ric O'Barry meets with Sting about Taiji dolphin slaughter

    Sting wants to help save dolphins still being brutally slaughtered in Japan, but says the best way is by starting a debate, not by forcing foreign opinion. The British music star met backstage at a Tokyo concert hall Wednesday with...


  • Scientist says dolphin carrying carcass was displaying grief

    A sighting of a mother dolphin carrying her dead and decomposing calf around Whangarei Harbour has scientists saying the marine mammals are more like us than we thought


  • Dolphin hopes to make splash in MLS draft

    BALTIMORE - A dolphin is ready to make a big splash when it comes to judging soccer talent.


  • Sting meets with Japan dolphin advocates

    Sting says he wants to encourage debate over dolphins still being brutally slaughtered in Japan.


  • Witness to dolphin slaughter

    Lindsay Chung


  • Ex-Dolphin Dellenbach named American Heritage coach Dellenbach on 'Fins Top 50

    Walker resigns after 19 years Former Miami Dolphins player Jeff Dellenbach will take over as varsity football coach and athletic director at American Heritage replacing Byron Walker.


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