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Written by Jo Mattock Friday, 30 September 2011 10:53Red Sea Diving College has celebrated its 20th anniversary. Established in 1991, the College in Sharm El Sheikh marked its birthday with treasure hunts, competitions and try dives for its guests, and a beach party.
Written by Jo Mattock Tuesday, 27 September 2011 08:54A cargo of 200 tonnes of silver is to be salvaged from a British wreck off the coast of Ireland. If the whole cargo is salvaged, thought to be worth £150 million, it will be the largest precious metal cargo ever recovered from the sea.
Written by Jo Mattock Monday, 26 September 2011 13:11Divers in Plymouth have spent the weekend swimming with a bottlenose dolphin. The wild dolphin was first seen on Friday, in Plymouth Sound, and then joined the divers on a wreck on Saturday and on a shore dive on Sunday.
Written by Jo Mattock Friday, 09 September 2011 10:17Proposals for 127 new marine conservation zones in England have been published. Four regional groups have outlined their recommendations for areas to be protected under the Marine and Coastal Access Act, which was passed in 2009.
Written by Jo Mattock Thursday, 08 September 2011 14:51Underwater photographer Martin Davies has scooped first prize in the St Abbs Splash In. The annual one-day photography competition was held in the St Abbs and Eyemouth Voluntary Marine Reserve in Berwickshire.
- Snorkeller killed by shark in Seychelles
- 200 tonnes of oil spills into North Sea
- Global Diving Conference
- DIVE goes digital
- Scarborough win BSAC’s Heinke Trophy
- Monty’s new series starts tomorrow
- Diver rescued off Northumberland
- Richmond SAC celebrate 25 years
- Is this BSAC's youngest diver?
- BSAC diver logs 11,000 dives
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