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Kyle Greenham
Writer and journalist from Twillingate, Newfoundland. Currently writing for the Central Voice. kyle.greenham@ganderbeacon.ca
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Canadian Coast Guard Sep 10
2/2 Update: How much oil did we remove from the wreck? Stay tuned. We’ll tell you once the analysis is complete and we have the final report.
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RCMP Newfoundland and Labrador Sep 7
Large marihuana crop dismantled by Twillingate
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Kyle Greenham Aug 28
Replying to @GarrettBarry
Thanks man
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Kyle Greenham Aug 23
Replying to @MitchelmoreMHA
Thank you so much Chris! I certainly miss the Northern Peninsula as well.
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Kyle Greenham Aug 23
Replying to @Jwhite6068
Thanks buddy, hope things are going good on your end!
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Kyle Greenham Aug 22
Thank you to Her Honour Judy Foote for the congratulations.
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VOCM News Aug 21
Remembering VOCM Reporter, Producer Meech Kean
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Jenn Thornhill Verma Aug 18
Cod is being processed and filleted in St. Anthony for the first time since the 1992
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Kyle Greenham Aug 18
Sight of whales out in boat this morning.
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CBC N.L. Aug 16
NEW | Server crash wipes out rich digital archive at Memorial University
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Kyle Greenham Aug 17
“We’re trying to build back an industry here; we’re trying to encourage people to go back to fishing cod,” the FFAW's inshore director said. "So if they’re going to reduce and chop down our fisheries, they better have good science to back it up.”
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Kyle Greenham Aug 15
As of Wednesday afternoon Sebastian Sails still rests at Twillingate fish plant.
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Kyle Greenham Aug 13
Replying to @KyleGreenham
RCMP cannot comment on investigation into fire or if it is deemed suspicious. Press release expected later.
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Kyle Greenham Aug 13
Replying to @KyleGreenham
Notified from coast guard and harbour master Noseworthy a dive team will be contracted to remove the vessel from wharf. Contracting of divers responsibility of owner Morris Anstey and insurance company.
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Kyle Greenham Aug 13
Replying to @KyleGreenham
Flames still visible near the wheelhouse of the boat and crews still blasting through wharf to contain fire there.
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Kyle Greenham Aug 13
Upon my return, the Sebastian Sails has begun its plunge sinking into the water. A fuel containment parameter is in place for leaking fuel.
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Kyle Greenham Aug 13
Article updated with videos courtesy of Gillian Rouleau:
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Kyle Greenham Aug 13
Replying to @KyleGreenham
Harbour master says wharf fire now getting under control.
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Kyle Greenham Aug 13
Replying to @KyleGreenham
To tackle the fire from within the wharf, an excavator with a rock buster is blasting through the concrete.
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Kyle Greenham Aug 13
Replying to @KyleGreenham
Deputy fire chief hopes fire from within the wharf will blow itself out, if not they will have to bust through the top layer of concrete and asphalt on top of the wharf to get at the fire.
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