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Diving to raise money for Charity Published on: 22nd February, 2016 | Diving News
Photo credit: Drifta Duck

There are many people in this world doing it tough. Some have no help, but for others the Charity Drift Dive helps bring some light and assistance to their world.

Diving and Lightning Published on: 4th February, 2016 | Diving News
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A recent news story from Sydney told a sad tale of a diver who died during a lightning storm. Although all the facts of the incident are not all available this is a sad reminder of the potential dangers of lightning. Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the diver.

Will you marry me? Published on: 21st December, 2015 | Diving News
Photo credit: pcgiraffe

Congratulations Dave Wilks and Cassandra Hoad on your underwater engagement surrounded by sharks at Broughton Island.

Photo credit: Scubasquirrel

Unidentified men spear protected blind shark at popular NSW beach in behaviour putting species and the sport at risk.

Photo credit: Image Credit: http://edition.cnn.com/2015/05/06/sport/golf-ball-lake-diving-divers-course/

Ever thought about changing careers? Thought about becoming a diving instructor or getting into the diving industry? How about just dive for golf balls, and make a considerable amount of money.

Cave divers caught in underwater avalanche Published on: 3rd November, 2015 | Diving News
Photo credit: http://www.techinsider.io/kenny-broad-national-geographic-underwater-avalanche-blue-hole-cave-bahama

A group of cave divers have survived a heart-stopping avalanche of silt, while exploring a Blue Hole in the Bahamas and caught it on video.

Photo credit: Scuba Hall of Fame 2015

Five people will be recognised in the International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame in 2015: Bill High, Dr. Albert José Jones, Peter Hughes, Wally Muller and Dimitri Rebikoff.

Photo credit: Marc Montocchio

How do you capture one of the fastest, most sought after big game fish, in the act of hunting? Jump off the back of a fishing charter at speed, of course!

Photo credit: Betsy Weber (Creative Commons license 2.0)

The job of police dive units involves searching for dumped murder weapons, raising abandoned cars in local waterways, or locating semi-decomposed bodies. LAPD Dive Supervisor Sgt. David Mascarenas, recently completed one of the most dangerous recoveries to date.

Many people dream of the perfect wedding, spent with family, friends and loved ones. For some people they choose a church, a garden or even the beach, but for one couple, they took to the depths of La Jolla Cove in California to exchange vows.


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