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11
Dec
Oh, the humanity!

Oh, the humanity!

Donald James Campbell, the accused drug trafficker who was being hailed as a hero by dozens of cheering Cape Bretoners outside Sydney court the other week, has a criminal record as long as my arm.

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11
Dec
Ryan Roz’s big, er, victory

Ryan Roz’s big, er, victory

Despite Ryan Rozicki’s passionate words in the lead-up to his November 25 fight at Centre 200, the man who calls himself the Cape Breton Thunder hardly needed a meteorological miracle to dispatch his opponent on that night. Ryan, 22, put the number three-ranked professional fighter in Slovakia down on the canvas a little over two minutes into round one, and that was that.

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11
Dec
Cecil Clarke’s little problem called Peter

Cecil Clarke’s little problem called Peter

Cecil Clarke, of course, has absolutely nothing to do with the “Draft Cecil” campaign that was revealed on the final day of November. He doesn’t want to be premier, you see. However, if dragged there by the people’s will he will give in. His sense of sacrifice and duty will overtake him.

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26
Nov
A potentially awkward Anglican  situation saved  with a little grace

A potentially awkward Anglican situation saved with a little grace

When it comes to religion you cannot serve two masters.
Despite this basic canon delicate situations do arise from time to time.
Delicate situations which go beyond process & protocol. Situations which require diplomacy and compassion. Which is what the whole ball of wax is supposed to be about in the first place. Compassion? Right?

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12
Nov
No justice for Laura

No justice for Laura

There’s the understatement of the week if there ever was one.
The words are from the mouth of a very unremorseful Thomas Ted Barrett, 42, who on October 31, ironically the day of ghouls, was sentenced for the disposing of the body of Laura Jessome, 21.

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