ABOUT 30 illegal jetties patronised by more than 1,121 rickety
boats, currently ply the Lagos waterways, the Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA) has revealed.
When the project is completed, Karachiites suffering tremendous hardships because of the rickety
and inefficient public transport will get their much-needed relief.
The District Chief Executive for Atwima Kwanwoma, Nana Okyere Tawiah Antwi, has ordered the banning of rickety
vehicles which pass as school buses in his district.
Amman, April 1 (Petra)-- A four-storey rickety
hotel building collapsed in central India, killing at least 10 people and injuring another three, police said Sunday.
The Sindh transport authorities or the concerned minister continue to make promises about improving the city's transport infrastructure and putting hundreds of buses on the roads of the mega metropolis but nothing has happened so far - and people continue to travel on the existing rickety
buses as a daily punishment.
During the rickety
road ride, unexpected things happen.
The electrofishing which involves running an electron current into the water using rickety
generation to catch Sher Mahi which is found only in Kabul River.
The job of taking apart an old and rickety
ship is a hazardous job.
MORE than 90 migrants were yesterday believed to have died after their rickety
boat was damaged shortly after leaving the Libyan coast.
Up to a million are believed to be waiting on the Libyan coast ready to board rickety
boats bound for Italy.
Observer Arsim Zekoli in Utrinski vesnik comments that Gruevski and Ahmeti came to terms with the fact that Zaev has fully revealed the demagogic cloth of their pathetic rickety
Further animated evidence that 3D gimmickry can't improve a rickety
Britain refusing to help will not stop desperate people boarding rickety
boats to flee war-torn countries - it will simply result in more people needlessly drowning.
SHEFFIELD trainer Lisa Stephenson splashed out just over PS6,800 to buy Rickety
Bridge at Sunday's British Combined Greyhound Auctions' sale at Owlerton, writes John Forbes.
Claudia Llosa expands her preoccupations with mysticism and superstition in the modern world, working her way up from a medieval-minded Andean village in "Madeinusa" to faith healing at the frigid far reaches of the Arctic Circle with "Aloft." But this time, the Peruvian helmet invents a rickety
belief system as a pretext for tearing it all down, botching the telling of a more satisfying character-based story in the process.