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  1. Three rescues for RNLI Selsey Lifeboat crewRead the original story

    Jan 7, 2015 | Chichester Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. HEROES from the Selsey Lifeboat Station had a busy weekend after being called to no fewer than three different rescues.

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  2. Shipwrecks, thunderstorms, large hail, and cold airRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Shipwrecks , thunderstorms , large hail, and cold air top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history . From the National Weather Service archives here events that happened on July 1. 1918 - The wood, bulk freighter Cream City , while in a 2 barge tow, was groping for False Detour Passage in fog when she struck Wheeler's Reef near False Detour Passage in Lake Huron.

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  3. P&O Cruises beautiful Britannia to appear on Cornwall sail-pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Falmouth Packet

    The largest ship in P&O's British fleet, Britannia, will be sailing just off the south Cornwall coast on Thursday, July 16, as part of a 'lap of honour' celebrating all things British. The ship will be pass 1.2nm off Lizard Point at 5.45pm, 2.5nm off Black Head at 6.30pm, and 3nm off Falmouth Harbour at 7.30pm.

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  4. File picture of Youth Sailing Regatta. - Photo SuppliedRead the original story

    Yesterday | Times of Oman

    Muscat: Eight of the Oman Sail National Optimist Squad sailors will head to Nea Makri on the east coast of Athens in Greece for a two-week training camp until 15th July. The sailors will train at a local sailing club where the windy and warm conditions will provide the perfect preparation for the World Optimist Championships, taking place in Poland in August.

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  5. Harrisburg's curious ownership of a ship commanded by Benedict Arnold coming to an endRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PennLive.com

    A Revolutionary War ship once commanded by Benedict Arnold and curiously owned by the city of Harrisburg for the last 20 years is preparing to set sail. Former Mayor Stephen Reed bought the ship and thousands of associated artifacts, including cuff links and cannonballs, in 1995 for $42,500.

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  6. High-tops and high fashion: How sneakers rose from street to chicRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CNN

    Has any garment enjoyed a more impressive rise than the once-humble sneaker? From fitness shoe to high-fashion staple, the sneaker's ascent reflects some of the most significant pop-culture developments of the last few decades -- from the impact of advertising and mass production, to the influence of hip-hop and the NBA. From July 10, visitors will be able to trace this complex history at The Rise of Sneaker Culture , a Brooklyn Museum and American Federation of Arts exhibition exploring its history and cultural significance.

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  7. Sign marks Wanderer construction siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Thursday Magnet

    "Soon we'll have a mast there to fly Ben Boyd's house flag during volunteer work sessions on site," he said. Built at Cowes in 1837, Ben Boyd's original Wanderer was a 140-tonne topsail schooner, approximately 90 foot overall with a 14 foot draft and 13 guns.

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  8. Women's Tour '15: The Last Three DaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PezCycling News

    A hugely successful Aviva Women's Tour rolled to a high-speed and tightly-fought finish in Hemel Hempstead last Sunday, and Gord was there to check out the happenings on stages 3 to 5. It was an experience that seemed to transport people back a little, to the era before the men's Tour de France got so massive. Riders and fans mixing, a relaxed atmosphere and a cracking competition at the end of it all Stage 3, Oundle to Kettering The kids come charging out of school, a building that looks like something out of a classic English period drama; the girls in yacht-sail culottes, and the boys draped in blazers and confidence.

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  9. Mark Hulbert: How Greece can make us better investorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MarketWatch

    Here's a provocative thought for those of you obsessed by Greece's debt crisis: Wait a few years and you will have completely forgotten about it, and you will instead be losing sleep over some other crisis du jour. That unsettling prospect becomes even more provocative when coupled with another: It's easier to predict where the stock market will be several decades from now than its direction in the next trading session .

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  10. Missing man believed drowned in Osoyoos LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Osoyoos Times

    Members of the RCMP dive team continued their search Monday afternoon for a man reported missing on Osoyoos Lake late Sunday evening. Sgt. Randy Bosch, the recently-appointment detachment commander for the Osoyoos RCMP detachment, confirmed police were looking for a missing 34-year-old man who was reported missing after losing control of his Wave Runner around 6 p.m. Sunday evening.

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  11. Cool new kit, but it's the man that counts - McCawRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    Their new jersey might be the most high tech and graceful garment to be paraded on a rugby field, but it is the men inside it who will determine New Zealand's fate at the 2015 Rugby World Cup, says Richie McCaw. The All Blacks captain swapped hitting rucks for a quick jaunt on the catwalk in Auckland today to unveil a jersey that combines the latest in modern technology with a fashionable nod to history in the form of a yoke neck that resembles the 1905 Originals jersey.

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  12. Raffle to Benefit Victoria Mansion Will Let Winners View the Tall Ships from its Tower RoomRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangor Daily News

    July 18, 2015 - In July, Portland will play host to some of the world's most spectacular sailing vessels, and four lucky winners of a limited raffle will enjoy views of the Parade of Sail through Portland Harbor from the historic vantage point of Victoria Mansion's tower. The Tall Ships Challenge organizers expect over 25,000 people to descend on the city for the first tall ships event since 2000.

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  13. On Deck - Upcoming sporting events in ChilliwackRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chilliwack Times

    The 2015-16 BCHL season schedule has been released by the league, and there are some changes from last year. Not at the start of the regular season this year, the Bauer BCHL Showcase will take place two weeks after the Sept.

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  14. Focus your future on a path to serenityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Coquitlam Now

    Dr. Davidicus Wong talks about letting the negatives go, and focusing on the positives in life. Photograph By Now file At a recent inspiring workshop, clinical psychologist, Dr. Lee Pulos spoke about how our beliefs about the past and future influence our enjoyment of the present.

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  15. Barnegat Bay Yacht Racing Association Starts 101st SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Patch.com

    The Barnegat Bay Yacht Racing Association, BBYRA, started their 101st season of racing this past Saturday. Unfortunately Mother Nature did not cooperate and the racing was cancelled.

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  16. MerryMac, Oyster River Cat Sailing Regatta set for next monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Great Bay Yacht Club will be hosting a MerryMac & Oyster River Cat Sailing Regatta on Saturday, July 18, with a rain date of Sunday, July 19, at Hilton State Park in Dover. Registration officials will be at Great Bay Yacht Club by 9:30 a.m. The entry fee of $35 can be paid in cash or by check, please make sure you register before the skippers meeting.

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  17. Sunwing's New 2015/2016 Cruise Brochure Offers Customers a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Travel Industry Wire

    Sunwing Vacations has just launched its 2015/2016 cruise brochure, offering customers a 'one-stop' cruise shopping experience where they can select from a range of 7, 8, 10 or 11 night fly/cruise itineraries across the Caribbean, Mexico, Cuba and Florida, or opt for a two-week cruise & stay package. Sunwing Vacations has just launched its 2015/2016 cruise brochure, offering customers a 'one-stop' cruise shopping experience where they can select from a range of 7, 8, 10 or 11 night fly/cruise itineraries across the Caribbean, Mexico, Cuba and Florida, or opt for a two-week cruise & stay package.

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  18. History CornerRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2015 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    April 20, 1534 -Jacques Cartier, Explorer/Mariner set sail from St. Malo, Bretagne, France with 2 ships and 61 men. He was commissioned by King Francis to go explore the east coast of the new world looking for a passage to the Orient.

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  19. Rejecting Israeli Narrative, Free Gaza Campaigners Say Tasers Were Part of Violent Assault on ShipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Common Dreams

    Directly contradicting initial reports from the Israeli Navy that the boarding of a Swedish vessel traveling to break the blockade of Gaza was an " uneventful " incident, campaigners said Tuesday that several people on board, in fact, were violently treated and shot with tasers. "At least four people were tasered and one was lightly wounded," Loukas Stamellos, spokesperson for the global Freedom Flotilla Coalition, told Common Dreams over the phone from Athens, Greece.

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  20. Sailing fan fundraises A 50k in honour of late fatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Swindon Advertiser

    Alex Hutchings, 39, from Lawn, won the Douglas Macmillan Award at Macmillan Cancer Support's Volunteers Award conference for his efforts for the organisation, which funds life-saving research into the deadly disease. The father-of-two was honoured for raising A 50,000 through fundraising efforts, many of which centred on his passion for sailing, including building a boat from scratch which he then auctioned.

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