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31-May-2008

  • Outdoors notebook: 55.23-pound dolphin sets fishing tournament record (The Palm Beach Post)

    Bonner Herring of Port St. Lucie caught a 55.23-pound dolphin Saturday to win that category and set a tournament record in the Treasure Coast Builders Association tournament.


  • Fishing industry furious about dolphin measures (NZPA via Yahoo!Xtra News)

    The fishing industry says it expects new moves to enhance the protection of endangered dolphins to cost it tens of millions of dollars and nearly 300 jobs.


  • Hundreds of jobs at stake under dolphin rescue plan (Stuff)

    Nearly 300 jobs will be lost from the fishing industry under significant new measures aimed at protecting New Zealand's threatened Hector's and Maui's dolphins.


  • New Zealand introduces measures to save rare dolphin (AFP via Yahoo! News)

    The New Zealand government Thursday announced tough new measures to try to save the world's rarest and smallest species of marine dolphin.


  • Report: Ex-Dolphin used drugs night before he died (Sun-Sentinel)

    Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Miami Dolphins lineman Thomas McHale, who was found dead at a friend's Tampa-area home on Sunday, was using anti-depression medicine and cocaine the night before he died, authorities said on Wednesday.


  • Dolphin plan fails to guarantee species' survival (Scoop.co.nz)

    The Maui's and Hector's Threat Management Plan announced by the Minister of Fisheries today has failed to guarantee the survival of these endangered species, Green Party Conservation Spokesperson Metiria Turei says.


  • Dolphin Dynamics implements its travel platform for JTA Travel (eyefortravel.com)

    JTA Travel has implemented software development company Dolphin Dynamics' travel platform throughout their business. Dolphin will be used in both the Birmingham headquarters and Glasgow call centre, to manage the consolidator and tour operation businesses.


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