Harris is now travelling back to Australia with fellow cave explorer Craig Challen and other amazing Australian team members from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australian Federal Police and Australian Defence Force.Read more
Josh Bratchley, Mike Clayton, Chris Jewel, Gary Mitchell, Connor Roe, Rick Stanton and Jim Warny flew in overnight.Read more
Although rain has started to fall at the cave site, the conditions have not significantly changed yet, therefore the principles of the rescue followed the same format as yesterday.,
Ivan Karadizic, a Danish diving instructor, was on holiday in Thailand when he heard the news of 12 boys and their coach were trapped in a flooded cave. He set off to help with the rescue., ,
I cannot understand how cool these small kids are, you know? Thinking about how they've been been kept in a small cave for two weeks, they haven't seen their mums."
Incredibly strong kids. Unbelievable almost
At present there are mainstream media reports that four boys have been successfully brought out of the cave at around 13.00 BST (19.00 Thai time) today, Sunday 8 July 2018. The children are now at Chiang Rai hospital.Read more
It has now been confirmed that Rob Harper has returned to the UK for a medical appointment.Read more
Saman Gunan, 38 had been working as a security officer at Suvarnabhumi airport before he volunteered to take part in rescue efforts in northern Thailand., ,
As shown in the above report from the BBC, the mainstream media are consistently talking and writing about "oxygen tanks" when we know in the main, scuba diving cylinders contain compressed air.Read more
Jason Mallinson and Chris Jewel are both members of the Cave Diving Group - the oldest amateur technical and cave diving orRead more
This is the transcript of the conversation between Rick Stanton, John Volanthen and the trapped children.
Rick: How many of you [are there]?
Children: Thirteen, Read more
Some whales feed by lunge-feeding, in which they open their mouth wide and lunge forward. The massive quantity of water—including small fish—that ends out in their mouths is then strained through a series of baleen plates.Read more