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Break It—Blame It— Sell It?
Thursday, 06 October 2016 08:39

REGARDING your editorial: 'Undisclosed Agenda'. I've been long humming a little mantra to myself which I think sums up the long-term approach to much of our national infrastructure and service provision: Break It—Blame It—Sell It, writes Andrew Bailes.

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Someone is messing with your boat!
Friday, 02 September 2016 07:03

AS A BOAT owner and a retired police officer, I read with interest the articles in narrowboatworld regarding the 'Narrowboat burglar', writes John Barr.

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Just for a change
Wednesday, 31 August 2016 08:09

READERS who follow the comings and goings of the Oxley engineering team may feel that I don't have time or inclination to follow the day to day issues that beset our navigation system, writes Orph Mable.

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Boat thefts
Friday, 29 July 2016 13:35

THE recent theft of a boat from Mercia Marina has many features in common with another boat theft a month or so earlier from Kings Bromley Marina, writes David Hymers.

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The ‘Aunt Sally' syndrome
Friday, 03 June 2016 07:12

A FEW of you may recollect me writing of a comment made to me prior to the take-over by the Canal & River Trust, it being that as British Waterways it was fed up with being an ‘Aunt Sally', unable to avoid whatever was thrown at it, write Pam Pickett.

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Not so advantageous
Monday, 30 May 2016 06:28

WHILST your website was closed down, I took the opportunity to look back at various writings, with particular interest to Victor Swift's comments concerning the two marinas in which we have moored, writes Donna Ferguson.

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Can we blame it?
Thursday, 05 May 2016 07:14

I KNOW that many us complain at the silly statistics and the seemingly daft things they do, but those at Canal & River Trust have to impress the government, as after all it holds the purse strings, writes T. Lang.

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Elsans and holding tanks
Sunday, 03 April 2016 07:47

BEING somewhat of a newby to the narrowboat game, I thought that narrowboats were the same as caravans as far as toilet facilities were concerned, and that they all had the Elsan toilet that needed emptying periodically, writes Adrian Fellows.

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CaRT and the EA
Friday, 25 March 2016 08:28

THERE have been a number of comments recently about the possibility of CaRT taking over responsibility for navigation from the EA and several people have opined that they would not trust CaRT on flood control, writes David Hymers.

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The views of a continuous cruiser
Thursday, 17 March 2016 09:02

ONE of our most prolific contributors is James Henry, who has the 'distinction' of being the only one to be banned from writing in narrowboatworld some 15 years ago for his attacks on the magazine Waterways World, but was eventually reinstated when promising never to mention the publication again!

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