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Two people were taken off a 54ft yacht, while another two were rescued from a 16ft sail boat near San Francisco.

The news from Tasmania follows moves by NSW, Queensland and Victoria over the past week which saw them join South Australia, Western Australia and Northern Territory in enabling people to travel within their state and stay overnight.

During lock down, much was done to keep the members in touch with their club. RFBYC took on this new challenge and adapted constantly through the various phases of the restrictions.

A multiple national champion, John helmed Wyuna to Olympic Gold in the International Dragon class at the Munich 1972 Olympic Games.

To be held from 6-13 August, the annual event will be held on a smaller scale.

The Waterfront Restaurant, in Main Beach, can now open for up to 60 patrons for each of the two lunch and two dinner seatings, all while overlooking the club’s marina and beautiful Gold Coast Broadwater.

BIAV CEO Steve Walker has a message for the Premier and Boating Minister.

From noon on Monday 01 June 2020, recreational water-based travel within Queensland will be permitted without restrictions. This includes the ability to travel overnight and with no travel distance limitation.

The ship remains under detention in the Port of Brisbane and will not be released until its serious deficiencies have been rectified.

Packages of surgical masks, critical in the current coronavirus health crisis, washed up on the beaches in central New South Wales.

NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is forecasting a likely range of 13 to 19 named storms (winds of 39 mph or higher), of which 6 to 10 could become hurricanes (winds of 74 mph or higher).

Sport Australia Acting CEO Rob Dalton said the Return to Sport Toolkit is primarily aimed at supporting the safe resumption of community sport, with many clubs and associations reliant on a dedicated workforce of volunteers.

Investigators searched the vessel and discovered 28 jugs containing more than seven gallons of liquid methamphetamine each and a duffel bag containing several plastic-wrapped bricks of pentobarbital.

RMST justified its plans to the court saying that the room holding the equipment might soon be destroyed “potentially burying forever the remains of the world’s most famous radio”.

The owner of the 30-foot sailboat, Freedom, contacted Coast Guard Sector San Francisco command centre, reporting that he and the two other passengers aboard were feeling unsafe during their transit due to the harsh sea conditions.