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Tips for aviation accident research, part 2

By Mathieu Sabourin

In our previous blog post on civilian aviation accidents, we covered the main search principles for finding files on this topic in our archives. 600 more words

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We want your views -how will HS2 affect you?

Residents in Wythenshawe are receiving letters this week explaining how they will be affected by the high speed rail track which has been given the green light. 365 more words


South Africa to beef up ocean environment protection against pollution: Department of Transport

South Africa also boasts cheapest tariffs for merchant shipping sector than any other ports in the world: National Ports Regulator

Xhariep Dam (Free State): 30 September 2016… 463 more words

Breaking News

No new Roads

Veteran direct activists from prominent anti-road protest campaigns of the early nineties occupy the reception of the Department of Transport, London to read their statement “bicycle d-lock pledge” in opposition to the governments relaunched road building programmes.


Mini-bus taxi industry needs geospatial oversight

Johannesburg Mayor Parks Tau recently pointed out that South African society has a tendency to criminalise the poor. And he is right. Entrepreneurs trying to make a living by selling goods on the side of the road are prosecuted, and people without basic services such as electricity are penalised for connecting themselves illegally. 469 more words

South Africa

B-Doubles not permitted on Maidenwell Bunya Mountains Rd

In a recent email with questions on various issues submitted to Cr Jones (Div 2) and current owner and licensee for the Maidenwell Hotel, Cr Jones advised that “ 602 more words

Death Toll Rising On South African Roads

Visit any social media page and you’ll have some type of traumatic car accident trending on your newsfeed.  These devastating collisions have become so normal that we simply scroll past them, carrying on to the next humorous meme distracting us from the truth; The truth, which is,  the number of road accidents in South Africa is becoming uncontrollably scary and it’s time for everyone to take more caution behind the wheel. 384 more words