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28-Mar-2009

  • Heye leads local swimmers at state meet (Sherwood Voice)

    Special To The Voice The Arkansas Dolphin Lasers recently dominated the USA Arkansas State Swimming Championship, at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.


  • Where they're biting (Perth Now)

    DOLPHIN fish are giving boaties a good run for their money near the FADs this week, while herring, skippy and whiting abound in coastal marinas.


  • Four remanded in custody after denying theft (Times of Malta)

    Charles Guntrip, 29, Renald Barbara, 28 and Paul Abela 53, all of Rabat, were remanded in custody today after they pleaded not guilty to stealing from the Dolphin Forge factory in Msida on Sunday.


  • Marlins' ballpark vote passes (Major League Baseball)

    Marlins' ballpark vote passes


  • Stranded whales returned to sea off SW Australia (AP via Yahoo! News)

    Eleven long-finned pilot whales were returned to sea Tuesday after surviving a mass stranding on a remote southwest Australian beach and most appeared to be swimming away after some initial disorientation, an official said.


  • Port River dolphin baby boom (Adelaide Now)

    THE Port River is experiencing a dolphin baby boom. Since October, 11 baby dolphins have been born in the river, which was declared a sanctuary for the mammals in 2005.


  • Marlins no-hit Tigers (Orlando Sentinel)

    They won't be uprooting the plate or pitching rubber from Joker Marchant Stadium. The ball isn't headed for a display case at Dolphin Stadium , much less Cooperstown.


  • JPMorgan to Proceed With New Jets and Hangar (New York Times)

    Amid a furor over corporate spending, JPMorgan Chase is holding firm on a $138 million plan to buy new corporate jets and a hangar to house them, ABC News reported on Monday.


  • Stranded whales returned to sea off SW Australia (Boston Globe)

    Eleven long-finned pilot whales were returned to sea Tuesday after surviving a mass stranding on a remote southwest Australian beach, but they appeared disoriented and were trying to return to shore, an official said.


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