Talk at St Philips Church, Cape Town

Yesterday Theresa Medicine had a talk at St Philips Church, Chapel Street, Cape Town. The Rev Erica Murray who did the funeral service for Coralie on Saturday, was also the guest preacher for the morning.  About 40 people attended the talk and the collection for the morning will be donated to the NSRI.

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Weekend National Incidents

PORT EDWARD: Alan Stilwell, NSRI Port Edward duty controller, said:At 14h55, Saturday, 30th June, NSRI Port Edward medics responded to a local farm outside of Port Edward after being alerted to a man collapsed unconscious. Medevac ambulance services also responded. On arrival on scene a local 69 year old man was found to have collapsed

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Whale carcass to be towed to Hout Bay

NSRI Hout Bay Nadine Gordimer.

Update: Bruce Bodmer, NSRI Hout Bay duty coxswain, said: The whale carcass towed to Hout Bay from Kommetjie by the NSRI Hout Bay sea rescue craft Nadine Gordimer today has been confirmed to be an adult Southern Right Whale approximately 18 meters in length and weighing an estimated over 40 tons. City of Cape Cleansing

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NSRI assist boat with motor mechanical failure

Quentin Power, NSRI Ballito station commander, said: At approximately 13h15, Saturday, 16th June, NSRI Ballito duty crew were activated following a request for assistance from the crew aboard the Durban ski-boat Punisher reporting motor mechanical failure to both outboard motors 2 nautical miles off-shore of the Zimbali Coastal Resort. The casualty boat had launched earlier in the

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Injured angler airlifted to hospital – Plettenberg Bay. Surfer assisted – Wilderness. Capsized rubber duck recovered – Hermanus

PLETTENBERG BAY: Marc Rodgers, NSRI Plettenberg Bay station commander, said: At 16h30, Wednesday, 30th May, NSRI Plettenberg Bay duty crew were alerted by WSAR (Wilderness Search and Rescue) following reports of a 41 year old local angler injured from a fall on the coastline while fishing on the coastline on the Otter Trail, half way

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NSRI Safety Alert – Full Moon Spring Tide:


Safety Alert: NSRI urge public members to be aware and to to be cautious around the coastline for the remainder of this week and into the coming weekend as the Full Moon Spring Tide peaks tomorrow, Tuesday, 29th May, with the Full Moon. The higher than normal high tide, lower than normal low tide and stronger than normal rip

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