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Travel Business News - Deep-sea diving is high-risk have you ever wondered why it s such a high paid job Although it is exciting to explore new areas, deep sea diving can be dangerous, with hundreds of people estimated to die each year from things going wrong. Not only claustrophobic, divers are at risk of a range of medical conditions and even death. Here, we ll take a look at fatal and non-fatal deep-sea diving accidents, how they occurred, and important things to note to stay safe and survive.


In the Deep Sea, No-One Can Hear Diving Accidents

Travel Business News - New research from building society The Cumberland has revealed that consumers would choose their UK holiday accommodation based on its cleanliness over a good view.


71% Brits see cleanliness as main consideration for UK holiday accommodation

Travel Business News - More than just public infrastructure, bridges are monuments of the world s towns and cities. Instantly recognisable, we ve come to appreciate these crossings as symbolic representations of significant locations and the progress of engineering.


Bridging the Way in Entertainment The Most Famous Bridges in Film and TV

Travel Business News - A new, open-road-tolling system being introduced at the Tyne Tunnels to make journeys quicker and cut congestion, has created 80 new jobs. TT2, which operates the tunnels on behalf of the North East Combined Authorities, has created a range of new roles at its newly developed contact centre in Wallsend.


New open-road-tolling at Tyne Tunnels creates 80 new jobs

Travel Business News - Summer has arrived, and across the UK, many members of the public are trading in their annual international holidays for something a little more local in the coming months. The rise of the staycation has become a staple of the past year, with many attempting to garner a feeling of escapism that has been so limited.


What Can You Expect Returning to Campsites This Summer?

Travel Business News - A Stockport transport company s superstar has been named as the UK s top coach driver. Pat Douglas, 52, who works at Belle Vue Manchester, was crowned at the UK Bus and Coach Awards 2021. It was one of two accolades scooped by Belle Vue at the awards ceremony.


Belle Vue's Pat Douglas crowned UK's top coach driver

Travel Business News - On the strength of a rapidly expanding hotel and venue portfolio, Sheffiled-based Vine Hotels has bolstered its senior leadership team with the recruitment of three new general managers.


A Series of Senior Appointments at Vine Hotels

Travel Business News - A transport company is giving hard-pressed charities and community groups in Greater Manchester a welcome boost by providing them with 25,000 of free advertising on its buses.


Belle Vue Manchester gives lockdown boost to hard-pressed charities

Travel Business News - A serial entrepreneur set up an award-winning motor home company after he moved out of the family home and into a caravan. Matt Sims founded The Motorhome Holiday Company following the breakdown of his marriage and while at a crossroads in his life.


Man sets up motorhome company - while living in caravan

Travel Business News - An upgrade for 22 vehicles operated by bus and coach hire company Belle Vue Manchester is being carried out as part of the region s move to become a Clean Air Zone.


Retrofit for Belle Vue vehicles as part of region's clean air measures








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