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Caravan park owner calls for monitoring after landslip
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A caravan park owner has said that the British coastline needs to be monitored more closely for erosion after a 2011 landslip put her business in jeopardy. Sally Edwards, from Porthkerry Caravan Park, told the BBC that she has spent around £1 million making the site safe since a large section of the cliff broke away. This left 15 caravans … More

Vandals cause extensive damage to 2 US fishing vessels
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Two boat insurance claims may have been submitted in a Maine fishing town after two vessels were intentionally sabotaged. It is thought the crafts, which belong to Gary Jones of Cushing, were targeted by a rival in the lobster industry as part of a territorial feud, the Daily Mail reports. The two boats were found partially submerged in the town … More

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Rare cello worth £12m damaged in photo shoot
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A huge musical insurance claim may have been made following news a rare instrument was damaged during a photo shoot. An official at Spain's Royal Palace in Madrid told the country's El Mundo newspaper a handcrafted Stradivarius cello came to harm after falling off a table. It is estimated to be worth more than $20 million (£12.3 million) and one … More

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Hundreds of boats damaged in Serbia as ice begins to melt
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Thousands of pounds worth of boat insurance claims are likely to be submitted in Serbia following extensive damage to crafts affected by the big freeze in the country. The break up of thick ice on the River Danube near Belgrade has led to pontoons, vessels and floating restaurants colliding into one another. In an interview with Reuters, boat owner Mihailo … More

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