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River pilots working on the Thames are likely to escape tough new licensing being voted on today by the European Parliament.

A team of women scientists sailing around Britain to sample waters for micro plastic and chemicals have found the Thames polluted with shock levels of toxic chemicals.

Giant fish-shaped water ‘zorbs’ rolled into St Katharine Docks to raise public awareness to help stop pollution in the Thames from throwaway packaging and ciggy butts.

A river launch used by the Queen on the Thames for 40 years is joining the Royal Yacht Britannia in Edinburgh after being given as a gift by the Port of London Authority.

An operation to ‘clean up’ the Thames is underway with new research by the Port of London Authority.

An apprentice crew has won this year’s Barge Drive race on the Thames rowing seven miles downriver under Tower Bridge from the Houses of Parliament to Greenwich Palace.

A new Thames crossing is vital if Britain is to maintain its dominant trading position after quitting the EU, business leaders and politicians have been warned.

The government is urging school-leavers to try a career on the Thames in a new campaign to create more apprenticeships.

New pilot boats are appearing on the Thames as part of a programme to replace older vessels used for transfer operations guiding big ships on the river.

The 1960s are the years of “all change” when nothing seems to stay the same. Our nightly series marking the East London Advertiser’s 150th anniversary reaches the decade that begins with the loss of our clean, silent-running and environmentally-friendly trolley buses, to the formation of the new London Borough of Tower Hamlets half way through, the East London Advertiser’s own centenary a year later and ending with a rebellious Isle of Dogs trying to break away...

Teenager Eleanor Pettem never had a maritime career on the Thames on her ‘radar’—but now has a taste for it when she leaves school after her work experience on patrol with the Port of London Authority.

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