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Monday 8 March

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  • Actress Susan Penhaligon takes on Port of London Authority over mooring fees richmondandtwickenhamtimes.co.uk

    A star of stage and screen is hoping to gather a fleet of house boat owners to help sink an organisation which she claims is ruling the river. Susan Penhaligon, who moors her floating home on the River Thames, at Brentford, has labelled the Port of London Authority (PLA) “bully boys” for trying to force increased mooring fees amounting to thousands of pounds on boat owners across the borough and beyond. ...

  • 2009 Port of London Trade lowest since 1992 server1.pla.co.uk

    The Port of London Authority (PLA) says that trade through the Port of London in 2009 fell by 14% to 45 million tonnes, the lowest level since 1992. ...

  • Canal water pledge on work at reservoir expressandstar.com

    British Waterways is reassuring boaters, event organisers and waterside businesses that it is taking action to keep up water levels in local canals to make up for the loss of the feed from Chasewater. ...


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Monday 22 February

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  • Work started on £2million marina northamptonchron.co.uk

    Work has begun on a scheme to build a £2 million boating marina in the middle of Northampton. Experts from the Environment Agency moved on to Becket's Park this week to remove a number of rotten and dangerous trees close to the park's former boating lake. ...

  • Concern over canal towpath rochdaleonline.co.uk

    Littleborough Civic Trust has raised concerns that the Rochdale Canal towpath is to be a hard surface. ...

  • Plan to block housing on Leeds canal wharves news.bbc.co.uk

    Canal wharves in Leeds would be earmarked for industrial use to protect them from housing developments if city council proposals get the go-ahead. ...

  • Carshalton rower lucky to be alive after collision yourlocalguardian.co.uk

    Rower Andrew Jones is lucky to be alive after a 124ft catamaran crashed into his old-fashioned wooden cutter boat on the river Thames. Mr Jones, from Carshalton, was training for a 480-mile London-to-Paris charity rowing challenge, when a catamaran ferry chopped his boat in half leaving him swimming for his life near the London Eye. ...

  • Standedge Fleet takes a trip to Liverpool waterwaynews.blogspot.com

    The entire Standedge Tunnel fleet took off on a journey to Liverpool last week! The nine-year old vessels will undergo repairs and maintenance, including some plating work to the hulls....


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Monday 15 February

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  • Breakdown cover for National Festival visitors visitthames.co.uk

    All boaters booking in for the 2010 Inland Waterways Festival at Beale Park will - for the first time - be offered two months free breakdown cover by River Canal Rescue (RCR). ...


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