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09-May-2009

  • "Cutter" The Dolphin To Be Released In The Wild (CBS4 Miami)

    A young dolphin was near death 2 and a half months ago when it was rescued by volunteers with non-profit organization the Marine Mammal Conservancy. Now the dolphin named, "Cutter" is fully recovered and will soon be released back into the wild, but he won't be alone.


  • Sloppy loss drops Marlins out of first (The Palm Beach Post)

    It was most definitely Reds ace Edinson Volquez on the mound Tuesday night at Dolphin Stadium, limiting the Marlins to just three hits with an array of changeups and fastballs.


  • Gay Dolphin founder dies (The Myrtle Beach Sun News)

    Eloise Plyler, the founder of the Gay Dolphin Gift Shop and a lifelong Myrtle Beach resident, died April 15. She was 89. Plyler's early life wasn't a breeze. By 13, she was married. By 14, she had her first child, and a year later, she was divorced. But she overcame her tough circumstances with grit, her son Justin Plyler said.


  • Exclusive marketing intelligence for international fund managers (Global Money Management)

    Brewin Dolphin has issued a report stating that the push to change pension funding taxes, which took effect April 22, will harm business owners and self-employed individuals.


  • The horror of dolphin slaughter (Toronto Star)

    At this year's Sundance Film Festival, where The Cove premiered to applause and gasps, programmer John Cooper spoke of how filmmakers' attitudes towards the environment have changed: "They aren't coming in to spur activism any more; they're activists themselves."


  • Dolphin ?may re-tender part of pipeline project? (Gulf Times)

    Dolphin Energy may re-tender parts of a $480mn pipeline project if the current contractor fails speed up the work, Middle East Economic Digest reported, citing a source.


  • Release Scheduled For Orphaned Dolphin (CBS4 Miami)

    After nearly three months of rehabilitation, a dolphin has been nursed back to health by a marine mammal conservancy group in Key Largo and is set to be released later on this month. First discovered February 7th in waters adjacent to the Key West Naval Base, observers monitored the animal and saw it join a pod of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. But the youngster had been separated when it was ...


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