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27-May-2014

  • Dolphin corpse found near Port Pirie

    May 27, 2014, 12:57 p.m. A fisherman was shocked to see the battered corpse of a dolphin in mangroves near Fibre Creek north of Port Pirie yesterday. The dolphin seems to have severe bruising on its body and there was a blue rope tied around its tail fin.


  • Dolphin Cinemas shutting down

    After more than 50 years of showing films in north Burnaby, Dolphin Cinemas is taking the reels offthe projector for good. The historic theatre, located at 4555 Hastings St., is closing its doors on Tuesday to make way for a combined apartment complex and retail centre. According to Rahim Manji, who has operated the Dolphin since 2010, there isn't enough financial security to continue running ...


  • Wealth manager Brewin Dolphin set to reveal plans for new 'DIY' investing service

    Brewin Dolphin would be the latest newcomer in an increasingly crowded field, where platforms are competing for DIY investors' money.


  • Search for the snubfin dolphin

    One of the great scientific surprises in recent times is how an inshore dolphin with a melon-shaped head and smiley mouth was discovered as Australia's first endemic species of dolphin as recently as 2005.


  • Burnaby?s Dolphin Theatre fades to black Tuesday

    The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is playing this week at the Dolphin Cinemas, a Burnaby institution for over 50 years.


  • Dolphin Exhibits May Close at the National Aquarium

    Baltimore's National Aquarium studies whether to close its dolphin exhibits. Will others follow?


  • Dolphin named 'Peace' born in ailing Ukraine city

    DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) ? A dolphin tank in the restive eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk has added a new performer, one whose name it hopes will serve as a symbol of hope for the troubled region's future: Peace.


  • Prophesy, or pie-in-the-sky? A dolphin called 'Peace' born in troubled eastern Ukraine city

    A dolphin tank in the restive eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk has added a new performer, one whose name it hopes will serve as a symbol of hope for the troubled region's future: Peace.


  • Suit Against Japanese City to Shed Light on Slaughter in the Cove

    Ever since the Oscar-winning 2009 documentary The Cove horrified international audiences with blood-drenched images of the annual massacre of dolphins in the Japanese town of Taiji, animal-welfare advocates, celebrities, and even a high-profile U.S. diplomat have raised their voices in protest. Earlier this month, Australia for Dolphins, Earth Island Institute?s Dolphin Project, and Save Japan ...


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