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Mike Ball photo comp winner, dugongs extinct in China, workers on strike in Indonesia, OZDive less than a month away, and a new dive centre in Mafia Island.
DAN Medical Q&A
The medical information specialists and researchers offer advice relating to stress-induced heart attacks.
As the Great Barrier Reef faces several growing threats, we show five ways divers can help to save the iconic reef.
Deborah Dickson-Smith takes a look at the rich and varied diving regions around the islands of Tahiti.
Papua New Guinea
Don Silcock explores PNG’s Kimbe Bay, which is possibly where the first corals originated.
PT Hirschfield chats to former journalist Andrew Nieuwenhof, who is now obsessed with sharks, showcasing them on his social media channels.
Alex Mustard launches a new series on wide-angle photography, this time focusing on available light.
Divers Alert Network
The experts from the DAN Asia-Pacific team ask ‘when should a rescue begin’ in a diving scenario.
TECH: Australia, part one
Mount Gambier – world-class cave diving, gourmet cuisine, and a fun community of divers, as Kerrie Burow explains.
Nigel Marsh extols the virtues of Brisbane’s Moreton Island, one of the first sites he dived on moving to the area, and somewhere he still holds in high regard.
We take a look at several new products coming to market, including the 50th anniversary special edition of the Oceanic Shadow mask, the Mares XR-Tec Trim backplate-and-wing and Rock/Rock Pro BCDs, the Paralenz Vaquita Gen 2 video camera, and the Aqualung Pro HD Compact back-inflate BCD.
Scuba Diver Editorial Director Mark Evans rates and reviews the latest fin design from Scubapro, the Seawing Supernova, which builds on the award-winning Seawing Nova to be an all-round much-better fin.
How a Maldives resort is promoting responsible diving and manta conservation