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The latest from down down under

Read-up on what life is like for Danny Wood in the Antarctic's perma-day, as he begins work to assemble the Halley VI research station for the British Antarctic Survey.

Read Danny's blogs from the Antarctic:

Part One - The trip from South Africa aboard the 'Shackleton' and setting up at Halley V to prepare building Halley VI

Part Two - Work begins in earnest, but it's not all hard work - there are penguins to look at, too.

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