Isle Of Man Ferry

Three injured in ATV crash in Kandiyohi County

LAKE LILLIAN – Three people have been injured in an ATV rollover in Kandiyohi County. The sheriff’s office says they responded to a call just before 11 p.m. Saturday to a report of an ATV accident in the town of Lake Lillian. A 30-year-old Lake Lillian man was driving a …

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Poplar convicted of Isle of Dogs murder

Published: 11:02 am August 4, 2022 A ‘ruthless’ killer will serve at least 22 years in prison after murdering Mohamed Ensser on the Isle of Dogs. Kwabena Boateng, 21, of Dod Street, Poplar, appeared at Snaresbrook Crown Court on Wednesday August 3, where he was sentenced to life imprisonment. Boateng, …

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Dickinson man pleads guilty to slashing woman in dispute

Prosecutors say a Broome County man will face jail after he admitted to cutting a woman with a knife. Dillon Thomas, 31, of the town of Dickinson, pleaded guilty in Broome County Court to attempted second-degree assault. According to the district attorney’s office, Thomas was involved in a domestic dispute …

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David Trimble: Arguments with NIO over flight back from Europe after Omagh

David Trimble at the Omagh bomb site Lord Trimble’s communications adviser, Ray Hayden, was relaxing at home on the Saturday afternoon of August 15, 1998, unwinding after several exhausting months of campaigning. He was thinking of his summer vacation in Vancouver when a news flash interrupted normal television programming shortly …

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Keep Cool and Carry On: Readers’ Favorite Trips to Escape the Heat | Holidays in Ireland

Winning tip: County Sligo, Ireland The west coast of Ireland remains one of the best places in the summer if you want to escape the heat. With temperatures rarely (if ever) above 20°C and weather straight from the Atlantic, the inevitable rain will make you appreciate the bursts of sunshine …

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Missing Stirlingshire man found ‘safe and sound’

Missing Stirlingshire man found ‘safe and sound’ Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. Google An icon …

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Are you going in the summer?

It’s the festive season, but are flight cancellation issues deterring Manxes from heading overseas? The Isle of Man Examiner asked the public on the promenade if travel disruption had changed their plans and when was the last time they were off the island. Neil Ferns, from Onchan, last traveled abroad …

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Newark police father and son charged with trying to cover up man’s death

An off-duty Newark police officer and his father, a Newark police lieutenant, have been charged in the death of a pedestrian they are accused of trying to cover up. Damian Dymka, a 29-year-old nurse from Garfield, was struck and killed by Officer Louis Santiago as she walked on the shoulder …

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Bloody Friday Belfast explodes ‘as lively now as it was 50 years ago’ – victim’s daughter

The day Belfast city center was devastated by 22 bombs in around 80 minutes seems as vivid today as it did 50 years ago, the daughter of one of the nine people killed has said. Lynda van Cuylenburg’s father, Jackie Gibson, 45, a bus driver, died in an explosion at …

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“It is only because of your children that I do not impose immediate custody”

A woman who tried to smuggle money off the island in a pram has been given a suspended sentence. Georgina Jane Anita Powell was arrested on July 3 at the Sea Terminal when police found the hidden £9,940 after a sniffer dog raised suspicion. After pleading guilty to attempting to …

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Flight diverted mid-flight due to airport closure

A flight from London to the Isle of Man was diverted mid-flight on Sunday due to the closure of the Isle of Man airport. Richard Slee’s flight from London City to the Isle of Man was hijacked and forced to land in Liverpool instead due to the closure. Four flights …

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Inside the Isle of Man Examiner: How an act of Good Samaritan went horribly wrong

The main story in this week’s Examiner is about a rapist who has now been imprisoned. The deemster has some harsh words about him. We also talk to the police and victim support. Also on the front page are problems for passengers whose flights could not reach Ronaldsway in time. …

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Start a new life in Orkney

The sky is huge in Orkney. Few trees interrupt the view, just a wide expanse of blues, grays, greens and, at sunset, bright oranges. It is this sky, says Lynne Collinson, that testifies to her love for this place and the opportunities it brought in her 60s. “You feel like …

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Isle of Wight ride raises thousands for brain tumor research

Submitted for publication by Brain Tumor Research On Sunday July 3, two groups of cyclists saddled up on the Isle of Wight trek to cycle 68 miles around the island or twice around the island, making a total of 136 miles. Event organizer and cycling enthusiast Simon Tier was joined …

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The best holiday islands in France – and when to visit them

Corsica If the Caribbean is very attractive, it is not necessary to cross an ocean to land on a French island bathed in sunshine. Corsica is perhaps the most obvious piece of the Gallic seaside puzzle – the fourth largest outcrop in the Mediterranean and the largest to steal the …

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The Last Island ‹ Literary Center

The following is taken from the forthcoming novel by Zülfü Livaneli the last island, which revolves around a former president who moves to a remote island. Hoping to bring order to island life, the president seeks to rid it of its “anarchic” components. As he begins to act more and …

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June 2023 deadline for new Isle of Man ferry terminal in Liverpool ‘still realistic’

News about ferries and car ferries The Irish Sea ferry industry is like any other sector of the shipping industry in that it is made up of a myriad of ship operators, owners, managers, charterers who all contribute to providing a network of routes sailed by a variety of vessels …

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Farewell to Neil, a Manx meat champion

Isle of Man Meats has paid tribute to outgoing Tesco Douglas store manager Neil Connell, describing him as an ‘unsung hero of local produce’ for his efforts to bring Manx produce to the shelves of the island’s largest supermarket . Neil is set to retire shortly after four and a …

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TUI robbery ‘nightmare’ as police call and woman goes into labor

A woman has described a TUI flight ‘from hell’ where police were called on board and a woman gave birth. Council worker Naomii Thomas, 36, was on the delayed flight from Cape Verde to Bristol on June 8 when passengers reported he was ‘briefly bouncing’ at Bristol airport, before departing …

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Cortlandville man arrested over child pornography allegations

A Cortland County man is under arrest following a child pornography investigation. According to a written statement from the New York State Police, investigators from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) at the barracks in Homer, New York, worked with the Troop C Computer Crimes Unit and the Internet Crimes …

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Bournemouth beach covered in rubbish as 50,000 people descend on the area – with more to come this weekend

Rubbish was strewn across Bournemouth beach after a night of partying in the popular Dorset hotspot. The city saw temperatures of up to 26C and the evening remained warm, prompting people to stay outside to party. In an image shared from the west of the central pier, rubbish can be …

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Top eight moments from the 2022 Isle of Man TT

Davey Todd goes down the mountain (twice) As the TT fortnight approached, all eyes were on rising road racing star Davey Todd. The 26-year-old from Saltburn, North Yorkshire was due to ride for the factory Honda team in 2020, before it all came to a screeching halt. While it may …

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Hush ‘Deck Disco’ will come to ferry operator Wightlink for Isle of Wight festival goers

A ‘Deck Disco’ set up by DJs from Isle of Wight-based Hush will bring musical entertainment to Wightlink at its Portsmouth car ferry terminal on June 16. The company typically hosts quiet nightclubs, but the trio of DJs will turn up the volume on the car’s upper deck to get …

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Man over 70 dies near end of Jersey Shore 3-mile swim race

LOWER TOWNSHIP – A man aged at least 70 died while competing in the annual Open Water Classic on Sunday morning. The victim was near the end of the 3-mile race around 8:30 a.m. when he began to struggle, according to event organizer DelMo Sports and the Delaware River & …

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The remains of a ‘huge’ killer dinosaur discovered in the UK

The remains of Europe’s largest land hunter who was over 10 meters long and lived 125 million years ago have been found on the Isle of Wight. Several prehistoric bones belonging to the two-legged, crocodile-faced spinosaurid dinosaur have been discovered on the island off the south coast of England and …

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Union warns Red Funnel strike action could cause ‘serious disruption’

A union representing some Red Funnel workers has warned that a potential pay strike could cause “serious disruption” to and from the Isle of Wight. Unite, which makes up around 20% of the ferry company‘s workforce, says some workers are having to turn to food banks because of low wages, …

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Isle of Man TT / The brutality of road racing

It’s 1907. Motorcycles are a relatively new form of transportation; there’s more than one, so of course a race eventually took place, with predictable results in the days of zero safety gear. Street deaths caused by these noisy machines must be controlled. The Isle of Man, a small island in …

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: At 50, John McGuinness relishes his 100th TT start on the Isle of Man

They’re back on the island, doing their gorgeous, crazy thing. We don’t quite understand, because how could we, but for them there is no greater expression of free will than a 200mph dance between strong stone walls on the Isle of Man . And so to the city’s oldest accelerator, …

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Irvington, NJ man charged with armed robbery at Linden gas station

LINDEN — A 24-year-old Irvington man has been arrested in connection with a reported armed robbery at a gas station convenience store. After a month-long investigation, Elijah Ali was charged with first-degree armed robbery, second-degree burglary and weapons-related offences. He was arrested by Irvington police on May 27. Linden police …

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UK minister’s idea to replace Scottish ferries with undersea tunnels ‘will cost £12.5million’

A UK minister’s idea of ​​replacing ferries with undersea tunnels received a terse response from the office of Transport Secretary Jenny Gilruth. During a “study” visit to the Faroe Islands, Scottish Minister Iain Stewart said talks should also start in the Orkney and Shetland archipelagos, “given the timescales for these …

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The money launderer had thousands of pounds as he traveled on the boat

A 21-year-old offender has admitted to laundering money after he was caught carrying a large sum of cash on the ferry. Kye Mason pleaded guilty to two counts of attempting to remove criminal property from the island, namely £3,300 and €1,120, and one count of possession of criminal property, namely …

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Government shows progress of £70m ferry terminal

The new Liverpool ferry terminal continues to progress. A progress photo taken at the site of the Isle of Man ferry terminal in Liverpool last week shows the steel construction of the security and check-in buildings. Photos taken earlier show glazing being installed on the exterior facade of the main …

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Dick Welsh appointed new Isle of Man Commissioner for Northern Lighthouse Board

Dick Welsh has been appointed as the new Isle of Man Commissioner (non-executive director) of the Northern Lighthouse Board, the general lighthouse authority responsible for Scottish and Manx waters. Mr Welsh, who was awarded an MBE in the January 2020 Honors List for service to the maritime community on the …

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Everything you need to know about the 2022 Isle of Man TT

One of the toughest and most exciting motorcycle racing events is upon us. Many great riders from all over the country and Europe descend on the beautiful island to tackle the daunting course. Here’s everything you need to know about the Isle of Man TT in 2022 Register to our …

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Public trust in government ‘damaged’ – Prime Minister

The results of an employment tribunal on the sacking of the island’s former medical director have “damaged confidence” in the government. That’s the admission of Chief Minister Alfred Cannan, who delivered a statement in Tynwald this morning, following the findings of the ‘wrongful dismissal’ of Dr Rosalind Ranson. Mr Cannan …

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Ferry bookings open for sailings through 2023 Isle of Man TT

News about ferries and car ferries The Irish Sea ferry industry is like any other sector of the shipping industry in that it is made up of a myriad of ship operators, owners, managers, charterers who all contribute to providing a network of routes sailed by a variety of vessels …

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Romantic Italy: Amalfi Coast and Island of Capri

Breadcrumb Links Travel in Europe Author of the article: rick steve • Special Postmedia Capri has been attracting visitors since ancient times. Photo by Cameron Hewitt /The Europe of Rick Steves Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made …

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MOJO Time Machine: Roxy Music retires in Avalon | Time Machine

June 5, 1982 With their eighth album Avalon, Roxy Music was again number one on the LP charts. Those familiar with listening to the band’s imaginative world of glamor and luxury could tell something was different. Where was the traditional femme fatale that has adorned their album covers since the …

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Shortlists revealed and voting open for Liverpool City area property dinner | North West Real Estate News

The region’s most popular developments will be showcased at the Liverpool City Region Property Dinner. Initiated can today reveal the shortlist of businesses, deals and projects shortlisted for an award at the Liverpool City Region Property Dinner. The event, to be held on June 16 at the iconic Titanic Hotel, …

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The Isle of Man TT Video Streaming Pass is now available!

For the very first time, the world’s ultimate road race, and it’s a true roadrace—is now available for online viewing. The Isle of Man TT organizers have just launched the Live Pass, which will allow fans of the race to watch the action live, in real time, from anywhere in …

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We can all be island tourism ambassadors

In 2018, John Keggin took part in Isle of Man Tourism Industry Day “with a few business cards and an idea”. “I wanted to try to create a business where we could really showcase the best that the island has to offer, taking quality accommodation around the island and providing …

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VIDEO REVEALS HOW TOUR OF BRITAIN’S FINAL STAGE WILL CHALLENGE ELITE CYCLISTS – Island Echo

As the world’s best professional cyclists prepare to take on the Tour of Britain this autumn, ferry company Wightlink is shining a light on the delights and challenges of the final leg of the race around and across the Isle of Wight . Experienced local cyclists have produced a short …

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Letters: There must now be a full public inquiry into the ferry fiasco

THE comments made by Stephen Boyle, Auditor General of Scotland, to a Holyrood committee investigating the ferry building fiasco are quite extraordinary (“Public finance watchdog warns over ‘lack of ferry transparency'”, The Herald, April 22). Ultimately, they reveal a real frustration at not being able to verify all the facts, …

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A man was hit and killed by a truck while standing next to NJ Turnpike

EAST WINDSOR — A man was hit by a tractor-trailer on New Jersey’s turnpike on Saturday afternoon, causing huge traffic delays. Charles H. Niclas 3rd, 43, of Somerdale, was standing outside a vehicle on the shoulder of the northbound outer road north of Junction 8 at East Windsor at around …

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A man hopes to visit the world’s 1,000 biggest cities on a charity walk around the world to reach Sheffield this weekend

Travel writer Steven Primrose-Smith has embarked on the Length of the Equator Walk, which will see the 51-year-old circumnavigate the globe, covering at least 24,901 miles, in the Isle of Man the 1st of April. Steven will raise money for Doctors Without Borders through his mammoth challenge, which he says …

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Planning Guide for Visiting Virgin Islands National Park

when should we go The best time of year to visit VINP is March through June, with less rainfall and slightly cooler temperatures (with highs in the mid-80s instead of the 90s) and fewer visitors. The island’s rainy season, from July to October, is characterized by high humidity and the …

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Strangford Lough 2022 sailing schedule released

There is certainly a wide variety of racing this season at Strangford Lough. The Strangford Lough Race Calendar has just released its 2022 calendars and the busy months to the end of September kick off with the club’s two-day Quoile YC Spring Series at the end of April at the …

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Wightlink receives £276,800 to improve journeys for disabled customers

Wightlink receives £276,800 to improve journeys for disabled customers WIGHTLINK has been awarded £276,800 to help improve travel to and from the Isle of Wight for customers with disabilities. The ferry company‘s submission for the government’s Marine Accessibility Fund grant was drafted after consultation with accessible travel company Unlimited Island. …

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Northern Lighthouse Board’s Aids to Navigation Tender Dry-Docks for ‘Special Survey’ at H&W Belfast Shipyard

Northern Lighthouse Board aids to the navigation vessel NLV Pharos which operates in Scottish waters, is currently at the Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast for a scheduled dry-docking which occurs twice over a 5-year period, writes Jehan Ashmore. Commenting to Afloat, Mike Bullock, Managing Director of the Northern Lighthouse …

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Our history teaches us to treat asylum seekers with kindness | Aviva Dautch

I am writing this from the Isle of Man, where I have spent the past few days, alongside 50 descendants of German and Austrian Jews interned here as “enemy aliens” during World War II, with colleagues Monica Bohm-Duchen , founding director of Insiders/Outsiders who conceived the idea of ​​the trip, …

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The Edwards Virginia Smokehouse – Smithfield Times

A century of ham on the James First in a series on the history of Virginia ham Story of Phyllis SpeidellPhotos of John H. Sheally II As anyone who has spent more than a few days in West Tidewater can tell you, country ham is not only a highlight of …

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Ferguson Marine CalMac ferry scandal: Which case tells us how the SNP treats friends – Murdo Fraser MSP

You see, while it’s obvious the SNP doesn’t know how to build a ferry, they’re pretty good at throwing theirs under a bus. Let me take you back to a time when the words ‘Deputy Prime Minister’ described a Liberal Democrat, Scottish Labor needed a bus not a unicycle to …

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Wheaton’s Way – Cayman Compass

With St. Patrick’s Day this past week, I thought it would make sense to reflect on my connection to the Emerald Isle and what makes it so special. Although born in England, I have Irish ancestry on both sides of the family. On top of that my brother Dominic was …

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After a recent fight, a NJ man killed a pedestrian with a pickup truck

PAULSBORO — A 68-year-old Gloucester County man is charged with murder after Sunday’s fatal hit-and-run of a man he had recently fought, authorities said Tuesday. Giovanni Esposito, of the Gibbstown section of Greenwich, was arrested shortly after the fatal incident on Sunday afternoon, according to the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office. …

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Big losses on the Isle of Man Steam package in the first year of the pandemic

News about ferries and car ferries The Irish Sea ferry industry is like any other sector of the shipping industry in that it is made up of a myriad of ship operators, owners, managers, charterers who all contribute to providing a network of routes sailed by a variety of vessels …

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ISLAND WITH LOVE: ISLE OF WIGHT AID REACHES UKRAINIAN REFUGEES – Island Echo

Wootton man Daniel Williams drove a minibus loaded with donations from the Isle of Wight to the Ukrainian border. Ryde School alumnus Daniel Williams – who fled Ukraine with his young family a fortnight ago – has returned to Eastern Europe with vital supplies for those fleeing the Russian invasion …

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Hiking in Ibiza: why walking is the best way to explore this sometimes overlooked beauty of the Balearic Islands

The sudden sight of Cala d’en Serra beach is worth it. We are northeast of Ibiza, several kilometers from anywhere. We walked from Portinatx, past the majestic 170ft candy-striped Moscarter lighthouse and along an intricate coastal path with lush pine forest, orange and lemon groves on one side, steep cliffs, …

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A Bruce Springsteen Museum is coming to Freehold, NJ

It could hardly be more perfect. In the town where Bruce Springsteen was born and raised, there is a fire station at 49 West Main St. On Monday night, the Freehold Borough Council passed a resolution to take that fire station and turn it into a museum for the rocker …

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Motorcycle enthusiasts can prepare for several events this summer

Those who appreciate motorcycles should have plenty of opportunities to see them up close this summer in Europe. (Stock) As the warmer months of northern Europe approach temptingly closer, motorcyclists have two reasons to rejoice. Soon it will be time to pull their two-wheelers out of storage, and after two …

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Isle of Wight rounds up aid to help Ukrainian refugees

An aid ferry will leave the Isle of Wight for Moldova on Friday evening. An arctic truck, loaded with clothes, food, toiletries, survival tents and more, will take a few days to reach neighboring war-torn Ukraine. This is where many refugees arrive, driven from their homes by the Russian invasion. …

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UK’s ‘complicated’ Covid travel rule set to change ahead of Easter holiday

Covid travel rules are set to become much simpler as ‘complicated’ passenger locator forms are set to be scrapped by early April. Current rules require all tourists to complete a Covid travel form before returning to the UK. Current rules state that the form must be submitted within three days …

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A decade of waiting for toilets could soon be over

Symbister Harbor at Whalsay. Photo: John Coutts Ten years is a long wait for the toilets, but that’s exactly how long some ferry users have had to wait. But there could be some relief later in the year. The current status of toilets both at ferry terminals and on board …

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Belleek Men’s Shed is busy building traditional Lough Erne beds

There is a great buzz of carpentry activity in the Belleek Men’s Shed and on the West Island in County Fermanagh. But this is no ordinary woodworking – this is the construction of traditional Lough Erne beds. The cradle was originally a burnt log or a hollowed out tree. It …

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Preston and the communications revolution

Preston Telephone Exchange 1918 Pic: Preston Digital Archive Few people know that the electrical communications revolution began in the 19th century. In the 1870s, the wealthy could telegraph New York to book a hotel, then hop on a steamer and be there in 14 days. Liverpool was the nearest home …

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Survivor found in burning Greek ferry

A survivor was rescued from the stern of a still burning passenger ferry in Greece. A Coastguard spokesman said the man, a Belarusian, was found on the left rear side of the Euroferry Olympia in good condition. The Italian-owned ferry, which was carrying more than 290 passengers and crew, as …

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Storm Eunice hits northern Europe with dangerously strong winds

LONDON – High winds battered parts of Britain and northern Europe on Friday as a severe storm killed at least six people in the region, damaged buildings and severely disrupted travel by air, land and sea. The storm, called Eunice, ripped through roofs, threw debris onto the streets, sent planes …

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CalMac: Call for Public Inquiry as Ferry Emergency Assistance Costs Surge 40x in a Decade

Calls have been made for a public inquiry into Scotland’s vital state ferry services as new figures show the cost of short-term chartering to support the aging fleet has risen more than forty-fold in ten years. It comes as the rate of planned sailing cancellations nearly doubled during the Covid …

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Demand for public inquiry as support for Scottish emergency ferries soars 40-fold in a decade

Call for public inquiry as costs of supporting emergency ferries soar 40-fold in a decade Calls have been made for a public inquiry into Scotland’s vital state ferry services as new figures show the cost of short-term chartering to support the aging fleet has risen more than forty-fold in ten …

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Madawaska man killed in head-on collision on Highway 1

A 20-year-old Madawaska died Friday afternoon in a head-on collision on Highway 1 near the Grand Isle-Madawaska Town line. Madawaska police and emergency personnel responded to the crash around 1:00 p.m. at a curve in the road not far from the Grand Isle rest area. The victim of the accident …

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American airman from New Jersey charged with sex crimes against his daughter

JERSEY CITY – A member of the United States Air Force allegedly transmitted explicit images and videos while stationed in Dubai and his minor daughter returned to her home in New Jersey, according to a statement from the prosecutor’s office. of Hudson County on Wednesday. It’s as accurate a description …

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Rick Steves: Mediterranean Dreams on the Amalfi Coast and Isle of Capri

Along the heights of Italy’s Amalfi Coast, every inch is terraced, connected by steep stone stairways that tempt visitors with scintillating – but treacherous – views of the Mediterranean. Along the heights of Italy’s Amalfi Coast, every inch is terraced, connected by steep stone stairways that tempt visitors with scintillating …

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UK Seasonal Ferry Market Statistics & Forecast 2022 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ferrystat Seasonal and Forecast Report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The Passenger Report (and associated spreadsheet) presents seasonally adjusted data for major ferry routes based on monthly figures generated by the Monthly Passenger Ferry Survey (Ferrystat). Data is shown for passengers, cars and coaches for UK Mainland …

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Prosecution Presents Case in Hadsell Trial – Farmville

The jury trial of a Norfolk man accused of killing his stepdaughter nearly seven years ago entered day six in Southampton Circuit Court earlier this week. Wesley Paul Hadsell, 43, was formally charged on January 14, 2019 with the first degree murder of Angelica “AJ” Hadsell on March 3, 2015. …

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NJ man charged with Jersey City light rail murder

JERSEY CITY — A 37-year-old man has been arrested and charged with fatally stabbing a 49-year-old city resident at a light rail station. Around 11:30 p.m. Friday night, Jersey City police responded to the Danforth Avenue light rail station, where Kenneth Brown was stabbed in the upper body, according to …

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36 stunning images show 200 years of ferries crossing the River Mersey

Ferries across the Mersey began with crossings by Benedictine monks over 800 years ago Whether ferrying passengers to work or packed with tourist tourists, river ferry rides have become the symbol of Merseyside. Ferries have crossed the River Mersey for over 800 years and began with Benedictine monks charging a …

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Binghamton man gets 3 to 9 years in West Side fatal crash

The driver of a car that killed a 70-year-old Binghamton man in a horrific crash in a West Side neighborhood is heading to state prison. Elijah Burnside, 24, of Binghamton, had pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter in connection with the November 21, 2019 accident. Burnside was sentenced to three to …

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Port of Immingham plotting £100m expansion

Plans are being drawn up for the construction of a new £100million freight terminal at the Port of Immingham in Humber, Lincolnshire. The Association of British Ports (ABP) has signed an agreement with Swedish ferry company Stena Line to jointly develop the new terminal, which it described as “an important …

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Woman drives 500 miles for driving test – and fails

A woman traveled 500 miles by car and ferry to pass what is believed to be the UK’s easiest driving test – and failed. Constance Kampfner drove all the way from London to the Isle of Mull, having chosen the test route after discovering it only had one roundabout. But …

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