The 7,400-tonne boats can circumnavigate the globe submerged, producing their own oxygen and drinking water.
Day: April 7, 2020
BBC SCOTLAND RINGS CHANGES DURING VIRUS LOCKDOWN
In addition, as previously announced, the BBC has donated £700,000 to support The Film and TV Charity to assist freelancers affected by the hiatus in filming and production caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
CARDINAL FREED ON APPEAL AFTER SEX ABUSE CHARGES
Cardinal George Pell has been driven from prison to a church property in Melbourne’s inner east after the nation’s highest court quashed his child sexual abuse convictions.
CORONAVIRUS: FREEDOM OF INFO REQUESTS
They may not all be answerable within normal timescales. But authorities such as West Dunbartonshire Council which appear to treat the right to know as a disposable extra may lose public trust when they most need it.
VIRUS: BILL HEANEY’S NOTEBOOK ON FIRST MINISTER’S PRESS CONFERENCE
She was however able to tell the daily midday press briefing that the death toll in Scotland now stands at 296, an increase of 74 on yesterday’s numbers.
VIRUS: NON-ESSENTIAL WORK SHOULD STOP NOW
Guidance for construction industry Published: 06 Apr 2020 15:45 By Democrat reporter A construction site at Westcliff in Dumbarton. Picture by Bill Heaney By Democrat reporter