Daily Archives: February 6, 2017

Running scared? Plymouth Argyle jet off to warm weather training before Devon derby with Exeter City

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The build-up to the Devon derby is in full swing, and it looks like Plymouth Argyle are preparing for the heated atmosphere at Home Park by doing some warm weather training.

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TV's Tony Robinson joins Stonehenge road tunnel protest

Time Team presenter Tony Robinson is joining campaigners protesting against plans to put a major road past Stonehenge into a tunnel.

Highways England is holding a public consultation on its plans for putting the A303 …

Need for Clearance of Landmines and Other Explosive Hazards Remains Acute

GENEVA – The United Nations Mine Action Service is appealing for more than half-a-billion dollars, a 50 percent increase from last year’s appeal, to clear landmines and other explosive hazards in 22 countries and territories.…

SOUTH AFRICA: MINERS’ HEALTH AND SAFETY TO BE PRIORITISED AT MINING INDABA

The Chamber of Mines says it wants the South African government to put the health and safety of mine workers as their priority in its discussion in this year’s Mining Indaba.

The week-long conference is …

Clean water for all is good health for all

Water is an essential nutrient needed for metabolic activities in the body. Access to safe, affordable and clean water prevents a lot of diseases. Safe water is important to a country because it does not …