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17.12.2015

Kings College School took home the first prize and £1000 in the Port of London Authority’s (PLA) annual Rowing Safety Awards at a ceremony at the school’s rowing club on Putney Embankment.

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Kings College School takes home PLA Rowing Safety Award
14.12.2015

Use of the Thames could be transformed over the next 20 years, according to the latest Thames Vision publication issued today (Monday, 14 December 2015) by the Port of London Authority (PLA).

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Thames set for major growth and improvement over the next two decades
11.12.2015

Short Sea shipping specialists MacAndrews and OPDR join their forces at London Container Terminal in Tilbury.

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MacAndrews and OPDR consolidate their calls in the Southeast UK at Tilbury
03.12.2015

With Thames passenger and freight statistics at record levels, the Port of London Authority (PLA) officially introduced its £7 million multi-purpose river maintenance vessel, London Titan, in a ceremony at Tower Pier today (Thursday, 3 December 2015).

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£7 million river maintenance vessel ready for a busier Thames
30.11.2015

The Secretary of State for Transport, The Rt Hon. Patrick McLoughlin MP, has appointed Christopher Rodrigues CBE as chairman of the Board of the Port of London Authority (PLA) with effect from 1 January 2016.

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Christopher Rodrigues appointed PLA Chairman
13.11.2015

MBNA Thames Clippers’ new commuter boat, Galaxy, enters service as Plantation Wharf Pier opens, the 20th pier on their routes

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Plantation Wharf Pier opens
06.11.2015

A panicked dog walker who fell into the Thames while trying to rescue her beloved spaniel, had to be pulled out of the water by a passing Port of London Authority crew.

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Woman saved from drowning by Port of London Authority Crew
04.11.2015

The London Assembly passed a motion offering its wholehearted support to the Cleaner Thames campaign, calling on Londoners to ‘do the right’ thing and make sure their rubbish goes in the bin, not in the River Thames.

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London Assembly backs Cleaner Thames campaign
19.10.2015

Two new high speed catamarans that have travelled over 15,000 miles from where they were built in Tasmania, Australia, have today arrived in their new home the River Thames in central London.

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MBNA Thames Clippers: New Boats
30.09.2015

International explorer Paul Rose and campaign partners have joined environment charity Thames21’s foreshore clean up today (Wednesday, 30 September) and called on Londoners to ‘do the right’ thing and make sure their rubbish goes in the bin, not in the River Thames.

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Explorer Challenges London: 'Do the right thing' and look after the Thames

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