Empty widget.

Coastguard

Home / Posts Tagged "Coastguard"
Emergency services / Coastguard helicopter airlifts passenger from Norröna
Emergency services / Weather prevents coastguard helicopter from winching injured passenger off ferry
Emergency services / Coastguard teams celebrate 200 years of saving lives at sea
Community / No need for reindeer as Santa flies high in coastguard helicopter
Marine / Skipper full of praise for those involved in fishing boat rescue
Emergency services / Stricken fishing vessel towed to safety
Updated Coastguard and lifeboat respond to emergency west of ShetlandBanff registered Enterprise II now being towed to Scalloway
Updated Bomb disposal team recovers military drone that ‘crashed’ near Hillswick
Emergency services / Coastguard reaches out to NHS for mental health and suicide prevention training
Updated Coastguard and lifeboat crews come to aid of woman ‘clinging to the cliff face’ at the KnabThe coastguard said it was an ‘extraordinarily difficult rescue’
Emergency services / Coastguard helicopter returns to base after island stay
Emergency services / Coastguard helicopter left on uninhabited island after crew detect technical issue
Living Lerwick - The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Beacon Trail - 30 April - 12 June
Emergency services / Redfern traced at Brindister
Emergency services / Rucksack reunited with its owner
Emergency services / Search for owner of abandoned rucksack continues
Also in the news / NHS phone number trouble, patient transfer, Mesomorphic wins award and much more
Emergency services / Diver dies after getting into difficulties off Bressay
Emergency services / Two taken to hospital after diving incident
Updated Missing person found after early morning coastguard search
Emergency services / Coastguard attends to washed-up life raft
Emergency services / Busy Sunday for emergency services
Emergency services / Coastguard volunteer wins Pride of Scotland award
Emergency services / Coastguard operations pair recognised for long service
Features / Let’s keep loaded tankers further offshoreFully-laden oil tankers from the Sullom Voe oil terminal in Shetland have been loitering near two internationally famous island nature reserves while they wait to be told where to take their cargo, writes former SIC councillor and honorary warden of Noss nature reserve Jonathan Wills.
Emergency services / Dog owner full of praise for coastguard officers after rescue
Emergency services / Cordon in place after military ordnance washes up on shoreline
Emergency services / Happy ending for Jack the dog after cliff fall
Community / Training dummy floating in sea proves to be frightful surprise for dog walker
Emergency services / Mussel farm boss thanks emergency services for swift action
Marine / Busy weekend for coastguard
 Newer Posts1 of 3Older Posts 
Page 1 of 3