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http://www.divingadelaide.com.au http://www.onlinedivegear.com.au After a weekend of good diving and bad food on the Yorke Peninsula with dives at some of the best dive sites in the state, we did our last dive on the Port Giles Jetty to empty our tanks and to have some fun with the sea lions! The weather was great, the water was calm and the sea lions were all sun baking on the surface when we jumped in! The water temperature was about 18-19 degrees Celsius, which is common for this time of the year and it was reasonably clear with about 10 metres visibility. Video shot at Port Giles South Australia 25/04/2013 (C) Denise Kuijlaars / Ron van der Marel Divers: Ron van der Marel (Diving adelaide Owner/Instructor) Denise Kuijlaars (Diving Adelaide Owner/Instructor) Mark Williams (...
Mission To seafarers founded in 1856 and entirely funded by voluntary donations. The Mission To seafarers offer emergency assistance, Practical support and a friendly welcome to crews visiting over 250 ports around the world and 26 of them in Australia. Beginnings.... On July 18, 2011 Bishop Garry Wetherill commissioned Geoff Harrison as a lay Chaplain of the Mission To Seafarers Port Giles Edithburgh. Together with his wife June, the guidance and support of Fr. Thomas Karama the Ministry District Priest and many wonderful people in the community, the Mission in Australia has been established with success. You can also visit our Photographic Facebook Page on: Portgilesmts@gmail.com
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Shouting out more peeps who's comment #brofo Virtual reality has taken over the world! And Elliot's hooked... I thought I'd build a VR room locally sending out and invite to Elliot offering him a chance to experience it... little did he know it was about to get sexual. Follow me: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/benphillipsuk/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/BenPhillipsUK SNAPCHAT: BenPhillipsUK Sorry Bro
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In another Ospreys TV exclusive we get to know the six teenagers who have become the latest players to sign up to the region on development contracts. 17-year olds Matthew Aubrey (Pontarddulais RFC/Pontarddulais Comprehensive/Gower College Swansea), Josh Cole (Tonmawr RFC/Dwr-y-Felin Comprehensive/Neath Port Talbot College), Keelan Giles (Waunarlwydd RFC/Gowerton Comprehensive/Gower College Swansea), Mitchell Walsh (Mumbles RFC/Bishop Gore Comprehensive/Gower College Swansea) and Kieran Williams (Glynneath RFC/YG Ystalyfera), and 16-year old Jordon Liney (Dunvant RFC/Gowerton Comprehensive/Hartpury College) are the youngsters hoping to step up from the Eyasses to become fully fledged Ospreys.
SESSION 4: Opportunities in Agriculture and Aquaculture Sponsored by Pilbara Ports Authority Rejuvenating livestock exports from the Pilbara Jon Giles, Landside Operations, Manager Port Hedland, Pilbara Ports Authority The New Pilbara Economic Development Conference is an initiative of the Karratha & Districts Chamber of Commerce, Port Hedland Chamber of Commerce, Onslow Chamber of Commerce and Newman Chamber of Commerce. Held at the Hyatt Regency on Tuesday August 29, 2017, The New Pilbara Economic and Development Conference highlighted the region’s main drivers of productivity, innovation and technological change. Emerging industries that have the potential to drive sustained economic growth and diversification across the Pilbara region were explored including tourism, agriculture, r...