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Why Does Southern Even Bother Having First Class?

Passengers have taken to Twitter this evening to complain once again about overcrowding on Southern trains.

The cramped conditions were bad enough but several people complained about Southern’s failure to declassify first class. 528 more words

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The Strangest Wreck on Sable Island?

Sable Island is frequently called “the Graveyard of the Atlantic,” because of centuries of shipwrecks that have piled up on its shoals. This island, a remote sliver of dunes and scrub far off the Nova Scotian coast, is Canada’s newest national park. 598 more words

Lightkeepers Wanted!

Throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries, lighthouses were an integral part of life in Atlantic Canada, which was home to over 135 of them. 481 more words

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SOUTH AFRICA TO HOST IMO ASSEMBLY IN 2020

World’s maritime sector turns its eye on South Africa

Saldanha Bay: Tuesday, 08 December 2015

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KEEP BOATS AWAY FROM SOUTH BEACH

Boat owners want beach access to their boats at Fremantle’s South Beach  and within the area the City of Fremantle only recently approved for a 125-metre exclusion zone so that boats and jet skis would not interfere with swimmers at the popular beach. 68 more words

Technology has raised the bar...

Tamil Nadu was among the earliest states to nationalise road transport. Through these 47 years, the state has built a fleet of 24,264 busses that offered 2684 scheduled services at the end of March 2015. 581 more words

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