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Sheriff – NBC 6 South Florida

Two men face charges after authorities in the Florida Keys say they were trying to travel to Cuba as part of a human smuggling business. Victor Manuel Rios Castillo, 29, has been charged with attempted human trafficking…

SAAF helps recover lone sailor

A South African Air Force (SAAF) Oryx helicopter has been used to help locate a missing lone sailor, who was found dead in his yacht adrift at sea off the coast of Cape Town. Darrol Hansen, 60, left Cape Town for Mossel Bay on August…

Geely set to launch electric ute

CHINESE auto giant Geely has a double-cab electric utility vehicle in the works, judging by variously camouflaged, tightly cropped and darkened images that have emerged on the company's social media ahead of a full official reveal expected…

Obituary: James Dale (Arrotta) Clark

James Dale (Arrotta) Clark, 79, died Friday, May 20, 2022, at home surrounded by his loving family. Born August 7, 1942, in Great Falls, Montana to Barbara Jane (LaMotte) and James Joseph Arrotta, James graduated from the College of Great…

Ship stranded in Milne Bay

To refloat the ship, the owner, Feng Sea Shipping, hired the tug with barge from the log pond to unload the log cargo from the deck using the ship's cranes. On 4 May, the NMSA had carried out an inspection in accordance with the Port…

Shipyards take the fight to fire

Nothing grabs everyone's attention - especially in the marine industry - faster than the word FIRE. Wherever the boats are, on board or ashore, you will find tools to fight fires. And when fighting a fire on or from the water, the most…

The names of the main electric cars

What's in a name? Vehicle names have always been an important part of the mobility mystique. Fodder for the songs: "Little Red Corvette" by Prince, "Roadrunner" by The Modern Lovers and "Red Barchetta" by Rush, to name a few. You…

Where and how was the Titanic built?

Before RMS Titanic had even left Southampton in April 1912, the ominous signs of tragedy were there. Thousands of people had gathered at the port to greet friends and family and catch a glimpse of the record-breaking ship, then the largest…