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15.07.2016

The London Tilbury Seafarers Centre, which now offers a new 24-hour lounge for seafarers after a major refurbishment programme, was officially reopened today (15th July 2016) by Port of London Authority Chairman Christopher Rodrigues.

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London Tilbury Seafarers Centre re-opens offering 24-hour access
12.07.2016

Lord Heseltine and members of the Thames Estuary 2050 Growth Commission took to the Thames late last week for their first fact-finding trip.

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Thames Estuary 2050 Growth Commission takes to the Thames
30.06.2016

Three new barges have been delivered to Cory Riverside. They will be used to transfer 200,000 tonnes per annum of Incinerator Bottom Ash from Cory’s Riverside Resource Recovery Energy from Waste facility, situated on the banks of the River Thames in the London Borough of Bexley.

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Cory Riverside takes delivery of three new barges
17.06.2016

Giant quay cranes, which arrived at DP World London Gateway on Wednesday morning, will enhance UK trade infrastructure

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Enormous cranes brought up the River Thames for third berth at UK’s new logistic
09.06.2016

Marine environmental experts have warned a cross-party group of MPs and Peers that the impact of marine litter needs to be addressed.

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Litter choking marine environment, MPs told
06.06.2016

On Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 June ‘Recycle challenge’, an interactive family festival, is taking over the Museum of London Docklands.

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Recycle challenge
31.05.2016

Rowers more used to powering through waves on the tidal Thames are heading to Ireland for the Emerald Isle’s premier rowing event.

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PLA rowers hoping for luck of the Irish at Cork Harbour Festival
27.05.2016

Today, Tuesday 17 May 2016, Metal announces the 2016 programme for Estuary, a new, biennial arts festival curated in response to the spectacular Thames Estuary.

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ESTUARY 2016 programme announcement
25.05.2016

Marine training on the River Thames is to receive a major boost with the launch of a new skills organisation that will support crew training and development on the UK’s busiest waterway.

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Thames marine training and skills to be stepped-up

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