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Aug
Ryan Rozicki  vs the parasites of Cape Breton

Ryan Rozicki vs the parasites of Cape Breton

While alleged Cape Breton Regional Police spokesthingy Desiree Vassallo continues to stonewall my organ regarding the existence (or not) of an assault investigation into injuries suffered in June by a local chef, it would seem a resolution is imminent in an unrelated assault charge faced by Ryan Rozicki of Howie Centre.

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24
Jul

Golf, er, beach, anyone...?

It’s a little victory for the little guys of Cape Breton in their battle against the 1%ers.
The swanky folks at tony Cabot Links golf course royaly tee’d off locals when they banished them from a long-time access route to public Inverness Beach.

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24
Jul
Ryan vs the tomato cans...

Ryan vs the tomato cans...

To read the Cape Breton Post’s take on Ryan Rozicki’s second professional win against Ray Sayers in Fredericton on May 27, you’d think the 22-year-old Sydney Forks pugilist had knocked out Muhammed Ali in his prime, not a middle-aged lug who last saw action in the ring when his opponent was five.

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24
Jul
CTV's shameful ruse re: Sydney boxing 'good guy' Rozicki

CTV's shameful ruse re: Sydney boxing 'good guy' Rozicki

On May 28, Kelly Linehan and Jayson Baxter could barely contain their glee while intro’ing the sort of heartstring-tugging story that has been Live at Five’s bread and butter since the days of Dave Wright.
“Moving to an inspiring story now about a young Cape Breton boxer who pulls no punches about his past,” Kelly chirps.

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24
Jul
The Miller Case: creek or no creek, medical evidence indisputable

The Miller Case: creek or no creek, medical evidence indisputable

Twenty-seven years later, the death of New Waterford teen Clayton Miller continues to make headlines.
Miller, 17, was found lifeless, prone in a shallow brook, on the afternoon of Sunday, May 6, 1990, about 36 hours after New Waterford Police raided a Friday night “drinking party” in a local area known as “The Nest” in the Colliery Lands Park.

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