A young child wrapped in a lifejacket and wearing a beanie hat was among those seen being helped up a gangway in the port of Dover.
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March marks 60th anniversary
UNCERTAIN FUTURE DOES NOT DIMINISH PRIDE AND ENTHUSIASM
Interest in city centre property is increasing
PLYMOUTH city centre is set to benefit from new restaurants, flats and leisure businesses as property developers swoop to buy up huge blocks in Cornwall Street and Armada Way.
Currency trader reveals extent of hostility
GURVIN SINGH SAYS HE HAD TO COPE WITH DEATH THREATS
Hundreds protest at nuclear plans
HUNDREDS of protesters gathered in east Suffolk yesterday to oppose the building of the Sizewell C nuclear power station.
COACH IS LEAVING HOME PARK DUE TO FAMILY REASONS
Doing my duty on the high seas
I'VE just done my first duty back on the high seas this summer as part of the crew for the Exmouth Harbour Master patrolling Exe estuary.
We'll host Eurovision says defiant Zelensky
Kalush Orchestra of Ukraine pose with their relatives and Eurovision trophy before leaving Universo Hotel in Turin yesterday
Making sure Green voice is heard in city
CHADDLEWOOD'S GREEN PARTY COUNCILLOR STATES HIS AIMS
Glenbourne unit ward is given new lease of life
UPGRADE PROVIDES BETTER FACILITIES FOR PATIENTS
Sunken debris removed from Sound
THE massive amount of waste hauled out of Plymouth's waters in a clean-up effort has been revealed.
STAY OUT OF THE SEA
Don’t cool your hot cross buns in the water..
Lifeboat dad and son bow out together
A DAD and son who both joined the RNLI as teenagers are retiring after “countless rescues”.
Archbishop of Canterbury calls for Channel migrants to be shown compassion
The Archbishop of Canterbury has used his Christmas sermon to preach a message of compassion for migrants and support to volunteers helping refugees.
Do we still need pyrotechnic flares?
Gilbert Park discusses modern distress signalling options, safety regulations and what kit he takes on board for boating and kayaking
Migrants still risk crossings in winter seas
YOUNG children were among dozens of migrants making the perilous journey across the Channel to the UK yesterday.
‘I wanted A FUN, MEXICAN VIBE'
By bagging the biggest bargains, Ailsa Wilson’s new kitchen-diner came in bang on budget and in colourful style
Marsh rite of passage
For the novice fowler, learning about tides and maintaining your kit can be the difference between life and death, warns Barry Lawson
The RNLI was my pandemic SAVIOUR!
Classed as vulnerable and told to shut herself away from the world, Vicki Owens initially felt scared as the first lockdown hit
Owner plunges into river to save his drowning dog
The Need For Speed
Saving lives at sea has always been bound to the speed of rescue, from the first rowing boats to the 60-knot, all-weather motorboats of today