Namdock 3

The long-awaited arrival of Elgin Brown & Hamer Namibia's (EBH) massive 195 metre by 43 metre floating dock finally became reality when it was moored in the harbour at around 06:00 on Friday morning.

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Drink spiking still rife at coast

A local girl was allegedly the latest victim of drink spiking at a well-known night club in Walvis Bay over the past weekend. The namib times contacted the authorities to shed light on what to do in such a situation and according to the Walvis Bay Reaction Team it happens quite often at the coast.

According to a trusted source, great concern was caused. “Her drink was believed to have been spiked Saturday evening at a popular nightclub when she was out with…

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Pikkewyntjie is nou “Happy Feet”

‘n Uitstappie na die paaltjies vir Tommy Smit en Alet van Greunen verlede Donderdag het gelei tot die redding van ‘n pikkewyntjie.Tommy het tydens die uitstappie vermoed iets is verkeerd, toe hy mense opgemerk het wat iets probeer verwilder see toe. Hy het terug gery nadat die persone weg was, om te kyk wat dit was. Met hul aankoms op die punt het hul gesien dis ‘n klein Afrika-pikkewyn wat toe sommer ook onmiddelik na Alet toe gehardloop het en by haar gaan staan het. Pikkewyntjie het toe…

Fines Issued over Festive Season

During the festive Season, over the period of 1 December to 31 December, a total of 72 fines were issues by the Surveillance Sub-Section at Road Block and Coastal Patrol. For Harvesting and retaining under sized fish, there was 26 cases, harvesting Marine Living Resources without permits- nine cases, in possession of annelid worms, 16 cases, transportation of fish not in whole state-two cases, rock lobsters with eggs in berry- one case, excess white mussels-12 cases, limpets-three cases and…

Elephant seal spotted at beach

"The elephant seal is back. She has been a regular visitor for many years now; we never know where she comes from or where she will be going next." Friday, kayak combo clients witnessed the return of the elephant seal. She comes almost every year, always on her own, until she disappears to her other habitat(s).

Elephant seals are large, oceangoing earless seals in the genus Mirounga. The two species, the northern elephant seal and the southern elephant seal (M.…


Don’t overlook domestic violence

A local resident recently witnessed a man on the side of the road struggling with two police officers who were trying to get him into a police van and according to a member of the Walvis Bay Neighbourhood Watch, after they were notified of the location, it is allegedly a recurrent case of domestic violence.

According to the eye witness she was coming from work when she saw the man begging the officers not to arrest him, but the officers allegedly replied that they needed to…

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