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by Nelson Daily Staff on Friday Feb 04 2011

Richard Harris, National Public Radio

Russian scientists are on the verge of punching a hole into a vast Antarctic lake that's buried under more than two miles of ice.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Friday Feb 04 2011

Richard Harris, National Public Radio

Russian scientists are on the verge of punching a hole into a vast Antarctic lake that's buried under more than two miles of ice.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Friday Feb 04 2011

Richard Harris, National Public Radio

Russian scientists are on the verge of punching a hole into a vast Antarctic lake that's buried under more than two miles of ice.

by Anonymous on Thursday Feb 03 2011

 The Ipswich serial murders, in which five female prostitutes were killed in Ipswich, Suffolk, England, are to be turned into a show entitled London Road. The "documentary musical" is expected to debut in the Royal National Theatre in London this April.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Feb 02 2011

By Simi Heer

BC Hydro's Standing Offer Program has received a facelift.

Changes to the program will help to increase the mix of B.C.'s supply of clean, renewable energy.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Feb 02 2011

By Simi Heer

BC Hydro's Standing Offer Program has received a facelift.

Changes to the program will help to increase the mix of B.C.'s supply of clean, renewable energy.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Feb 02 2011

By Simi Heer

BC Hydro's Standing Offer Program has received a facelift.

Changes to the program will help to increase the mix of B.C.'s supply of clean, renewable energy.

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Feb 02 2011

Parliament resumed yesterday and Canadians could be forgiven if they decided they would rather stick pins in their arms than watch another round of Stephen Harper’s cynical manipulation compete with Michael Ignatieff’s inept political meandering.

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Feb 02 2011

Parliament resumed yesterday and Canadians could be forgiven if they decided they would rather stick pins in their arms than watch another round of Stephen Harper’s cynical manipulation compete with Michael Ignatieff’s inept political meandering.

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Feb 02 2011

Parliament resumed yesterday and Canadians could be forgiven if they decided they would rather stick pins in their arms than watch another round of Stephen Harper’s cynical manipulation compete with Michael Ignatieff’s inept political meandering.

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