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Fishing the North Coast: Coastal anglers – and salmon – waiting on rain


first_imgThe arduous wait for rainfall continues to drag on. For coastal salmon anglers waiting to drift the Smith, Chetco or Eel, it seems like a lifetime ago when the rivers last hadenough flow for salmon to maneuver upriver. Hardly a drop has hit the ground since late October, when enough rain fell in the Smith Basin to put the Smith on the rise. Though the parched ground soaked up most of the moisture, the Smith did rise above 700 cfs on the Jed Smith gauge for a brief period of time. Since then, …last_img


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first_img{loadposition tc}Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.» Download Business & Industry contact sheet (1.8MB) » Download full image library contact sheet (10.5MB) Northern Cape province: The primary crusher structure at the new Kumani Mine, near Kathu.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Hoedspruit, Limpopo province: Fruit packing at the Bavaria fruit farm where the lemons, oranges and mangoes packaged are destined mostly for the export market. Photo: Chris KirchhoffMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Hoedspruit, Limpopo province: Fruit packing at the Bavaria fruit farm where the lemons, oranges and mangoes packaged are destined mostly for the export market. Photo: Chris KirchhoffMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Hoedspruit, Limpopo province: Fruit packing at the Bavaria fruit farm where the lemons, oranges and mangoes packaged are destined mostly for the export market. Photo: Chris KirchhoffMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Hoedspruit, Limpopo province: Fruit packing at the Bavaria fruit farm where the lemons, oranges and mangoes packaged are destined mostly for the export market. Photo: Chris KirchhoffMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Hoedspruit, Limpopo province: Fruit packing at the Bavaria fruit farm where the lemons, oranges and mangoes packaged are destined mostly for the export market. Photo: Chris KirchhoffMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Carletonville, North West province: Jumbo drill rig working in a development end underground at Mponeng Gold Mine, part of the west Witwatersrand operations of mining multinational Anglo Ashanti’s Western Deep Levels. Photo: Anglogold Ashanti » Download high-res image Orkney, North West province: The twin shafts – and topside headgear towers – of mining multinational Anglogold Ashanti’s Great Noligwa Gold Mine. Photo: Anglogold Ashanti » Download high-res image Orkney, North West province: Mining multinational Anglogold Ashanti’s Tau Lekoa Gold Mine, part of the company’s Vaal River operations. Photo: Anglogold Ashanti » Download high-res image BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 24: {loadposition business}Having trouble downloading high-resolution images? Queries about the image library? Email Janine Erasmus at janinee@mediaclubsouthafrica.com.last_img read more


Journalists in Kashmir protest against continued suspension of internet services


first_imgJournalists in the Valley took out a protest march here against the continued suspension of internet services which completed 100 days on Tuesday since the abrogation of the Jammu and Kashmir’s special status on August 5.Scores of journalists working with different media organisations assembled at the Kashmir Press Club here and took out a protest march against the snapping of internet services in the Valley on the night of August 4, hours before the Centre revoked the state’s special status under Article 370 and abrogated it into two Union Territories.The journalists demanded immediate restoration of the services to facilitate the media persons to discharge their professional duties.“We took out the protest against the suspension of internet services for 100 days now. Internet is a basic took for journalists to discharge their professional duties and we demand its immediate restoration,” senior journalist Pervez Bukhari told reporters after the protest.The Centre’s August 5 decision led to an unannounced shutdown in the valley even as authorities imposed severe restrictions, including on communication, which were later gradually eased out.Postpaid mobile services on all networks were restored in the Valley on October 14, 72 days after they were snapped.However, pre-paid mobile phones and all internet services continue to remain suspended since August 5.The government has set up a ‘Media Facilitation Centre’ at a conference hall of a local hotel here for journalists to discharge their professional duties. But the media persons complain that it has not enough computers and they have to wait for hours for their turn.last_img read more