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16-Jun-2008

  • Sunken boat at Twin Dolphin leaks diesel (Bradenton Herald)

    BRADENTON - An older boat docked at Twin Dolphin Marina has sunk and spilled diesel fuel.


  • Ocean's top predator swims past north coast (BBC News)

    They are the ocean's top predator and roam the seas at will, including it seems the waters around Northern Ireland.


  • Gas from Dolphin project likely to arrive next month (Zawya)

    16 June 2008 MUSCAT -- Qatari gas supplied via the Dolphin project could begin flowing into Oman as early as next month, Dr Mohammed bin Hamed al Rumhy, Minister of Oil and Gas, said.


  • Griffey, Jones hit HR milestones (The News-Herald)

    It was a week of historic home runs last week as Ken Griffey Jr. hit No. 600 and Chipper Jones belted No. 400. At 7:22 p.m. Monday night at Dolphin Stadium, Griffey became the sixth player in history, the fourth untainted by the steroids scandal, to reach 600 homers.


  • Gaithersburg School Tailors Teaching To Help Students Cope With Disorder (Washington Post)

    The first day of kindergarten found Alex Barth in the principal's office. The teacher had asked students to draw self-portraits. Alex had wanted to draw his in red crayon. There was no red crayon. Alex had melted down.


  • Dolphin charities blame Navy for Cornish beachings (Independent)

    As the bodies of 26 common dolphins were recovered from the Cornish coastline last week, marine mammal experts and conservationists struggled to understand the incident.


  • DSS gets under way with Dolphin show on Thursday (Zawya)

    Dubai: Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS), the Gulf's largest summer tourism and retail extravaganza, kicks off on Thursday at the Dubai Dolphinarium in the Dubai Creek Park, officials informed the media on Sunday.


  • Scientists ponder dolphin deaths (Guardian Unlimited)

    Science & environment: MoD denies sonar to blame but conservationists call for navy to suspend its use


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