More sculpture problems

Published: Friday, 12 February 2010

NOT disfigured or stolen (yet) but this time  a canalside sculpture of an angler who to some doesn't look like one.

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Why leave the rubbish?

Published: Friday, 12 February 2010

QUITE often the Calder & Hebble Navigation has had problems with leaks, and has had to be drained.

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Boater gets an ASBO

Published: Thursday, 11 February 2010

A NARROWBOAT owner has been given a two years anti-social behaviour order after drunken parties on the Nottingham Canal in the city, and banned from a local supermarket.

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Iron Trunk to be renovated

Published: Thursday, 11 February 2010

LOCAL councils and various canal organisations, together with British Waterways have come together to renovate the Trunk Aqueduct, which carries the Grand Union Canal across the River Great Ouse between Wolverton and Cosgrove.

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Try the French waterways

Published: Wednesday, 10 February 2010

IF YOU are a regular hirer, or even a seasoned boater who is looking for something different, perhaps Rugby Boats have the answer.

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Award for Liverpool Link

Published: Wednesday, 10 February 2010

THE Liverpool Link has achieved the top award by the Institution of Civil Engineers at its annual awards ceremony, held at Bolton.

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Amphibious bus broke down

Published: Wednesday, 10 February 2010

A BUS, that is designed to avoid congestion by using the Clyde in Glasgow as well as roads broke down on its second outing.

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Another boat burnt-out

Published: Wednesday, 10 February 2010

YET another boat has been wrecked by fire, this time at  Lathom near Ormskirk, on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal.

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Getting filthy for fun!

Published: Wednesday, 10 February 2010

More than a dozen grown men were slopping around in mud at the weekend, as volunteers from the Waterway Recovery Group helped the Chesterfield Canal Trust's Work Party members to clear a lock.

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Hamish Leys

Published: Monday, 08 February 2010

Many visitors to the 20th OwnerShips Show at Braunston last weekend would have been mystified at the name Hamish Leys on the side of the its most recently launched narrowboat, writes Allan Richards.

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