Chills and thrills for daring polar plungers
A GROUP of shivering swimmers stripped half-naked and braved icy water early yesterday morning for the annual polar plunge in a murky Grahamstown dam.
Smokers want bill stubbed out
SMOKERS in Nelson Mandela Bay are in a huff over the possible tightening of South Africa’s tobacco control laws which could see a ban on smoking in public.
Pupils look at past, future on Youth Day
IN a bid to write their own history, pupils of 24 Grahamstown schools joined voices at St Andrew’s College to celebrate Youth Day.
Another attack at festering Arlington
ANOTHER knife attack has occurred at Arlington Waste Disposal Site. The attack, which took place on Saturday afternoon, comes amid calls by the DA for an investigation into the chaotic state of the site and questionable swopping of contractors.
Schoenies otter takes fishing lessons
IT’S one of the iconic wild animals of the metro’s open spaces, but it’s not often seen – certainly not clambering onto the rocks right under your feet. But that was the experience of fishing buddies Gavin Curtis and Stuart Duckenfield who were trying their luck with light tackle and pilchards at Schoenies yesterday (August 10 2011).
Cause and effect of climate change explained
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