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27-Jun-2008

  • Dolphin rescues fisherman from capsized boat - report (GMA News)

    MANILA, Philippines - A dolphin rescued a fisherman after his fishing boat capsized Saturday in the wake of typhoon "Frank" off Negros, although both of them died upon reaching the shore of Burias Island in Masbate.


  • Clyde dolphin hunt scaled down (BBC News)

    Marine experts scale down their search for a dolphin which swam up the River Clyde at the weekend.


  • Dolphin Capital founder buys 100,000 shares in co at 105 pence each (Sharewatch)

    MUMBAI (Thomson Financial) - Dolphin Capital Investors Ltd. said founder and managing partner Miltos Kambourides has bought 100,000 shares in the company at 105 pence each, taking his pro rata stake in the company to about 44 million shares.


  • Four new dolphin sanctuaries proposed (NZPA via Yahoo!Xtra News)

    The Government is proposing four new dolphin sanctuaries where mining and seismic surveys will be restricted.


  • Dolphin believed back at sea as rescue team abandons search (The Herald)

    Rescue workers yesterday confirmed they have abandoned the search for an injured dolphin stranded in the River Clyde. Nick Duthie, a director of British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR), said he was confident that the animal had made it out to sea.


  • Riggans revels in return to Dolphin Stadium (Bradenton Herald)

    Shawn Riggans changed into his pre-game attire Tuesday of a T-shirt and shorts, grabbed his iPod and headed for a mid-afternoon run around the perimeter of the ball field at Dolphin Stadium.


  • Blackford Dolphin Takes Charge of Rig (Rigzone)

    Blackford Dolphin Pte. Ltd, a subsidiary of Fred Olsen ASA, has exercised a takeover of the semisubmersible drilling unit Blackford Dolphin at the Keppel Verolme yard in Rotterdam. The remaining part of the work scope will thus be carried out by Blackford Dolphin Pte Ltd.


  • Dolphin seen trying to rescue Negros fisherman from drowning (Yehey!)

    BACOLOD CITY: A man from Negros Occidental has captivated local media with a story about a dolphin that died trying to save his fellow fisherman from drowning after their boat sank during the onslaught of Typhoon Frank.


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