Scuba Diving

Diving instructor fined after tragic death of student off East Lothian coast

A diving instructor has been fined for breaking health and safety rules after the tragic death of a trainee while diving off the coast of East Lothian. Ashley Roberts, 29, was training William Peace and Richard Heppell for a 148-foot dive on the wreck of a German submarine landing three …

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Tahlequah volunteers clean up garbage from Lake Tenkiller

Tahlequah volunteers helped clean up hundreds of pounds of trash from Tenkiller Lake today. Tidy Up Tenkiller began cleaning up debris from the lake in 2018 due to damage from tornadoes and flooding. It’s their sixth event and Gena McPhail of Tahlequah Tourism says she’s always surprised when she sees …

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Decompression sickness can be caused by a faulty immune response

Public domain / Pixabay Posted on Sep 18, 2021 3:14 AM by The maritime executive [By Anne Sliper Midling] It is infinitely beautiful under the surface of the ocean. So beautiful that every year some divers are tempted to go a little too deep and stay there a little too long. …

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Lauren Piner with eXp Realty Celebrates with Ribbon Cut | News from local businesses

Lauren Piner, real estate agent at eXp Realty, cuts the ribbon celebrating her membership in the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce. She is accompanied by her friend Lisa Manglass, on the left, the chamber staff and the ambassadors. ARDIE ARVIDSON, MORNING NEWS ARDIE ARVIDSON Morning News FLORENCE – Lauren Piner, …

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Global Wetsuits Market 2021 with Pre-Post COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Product (Hooded Wetsuits, Full Wetsuits, Convertible Wetsuits, Sleeveless Wetsuits); By application (wind sports, surfing, scuba diving, triathlon)

Global Wetsuit Market Overview, Regional Analysis, Market Share and Competitive Analysis The Global Wetsuits Market report is a comprehensive study which encompasses major manufacturers, potential market share, revenue, buyer volume to explain the volume and global segmentation of the Wetsuits industry. The report further includes market classification and definitions, product …

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Great places to see Oklahoma leaves change color across the state

As the rains begin to return and bring cooler weather to Oklahoma, it is time for the leaves to start turning from green to vibrant shades of red, yellow and orange. For those looking to get a taste of Oklahoma’s fall beauty, there are a number of trips and places …

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Fire department training pays off in rescuing capsized kayaker | The Harvard Press | News | Press articles

Members of the Harvard Fire Department rescued a kayaker on September 5 after he overturned and was forced to hang onto another paddler’s kayak against the strong currents of the Nashua River. “I have been in this river a number of times and have never seen the water move as …

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Terrorist Attacks Drove the Mauians to Service | News, Sports, Jobs

Veterans participate in a candlelight vigil held at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center on September 11, 2001. In the days following September 11, communities across the country have come together in grief and support . – The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo After a call from her Californian …

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“I’m a bit of a scared cat”

Rafael Nadal has played some of the most exciting matches in tennis history, consistently giving his 120% and pushing his opponents to the limit every moment. The Spaniard has won 20 major titles and 36 Masters 1000 crowns, being in the top 10 for over 16 years and still keen …

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Several arrests made in South Lake Tahoe due to looting while mandatory evacuations are in place | News from Carson City, Nevada

by Paula Peterson, South Tahoe Now Many law enforcement agencies have been in South Lake Tahoe since the Caldor Fire began its push east toward the lake. They helped with evacuations after the orders were issued on Sunday and Monday, and since then they have patrolled the neighborhood looking for …

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