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Clutha

(ˈkluːθə)
n
(Placename) a river in New Zealand, the longest river in South Island; rising in the Southern Alps it flows southeast to the Pacific. Length: 338 km (210 miles)
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Clu•tha

(ˈklu θə)

n.
a river in S New Zealand, on SE South Island, flowing SE to the Pacific Ocean. ab. 200 mi. (320 km) long.
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THE partner of Clutha crash helicopter pilot David Traill has insisted no one could have safely landed the aircraft.
George Young, who arrived for his shift as pilot on the morning of November 29 2013, has given evidence to the fatal accident inquiry (FAI) into the Clutha disaster.
Moving tributes from relatives of the victims of the Clutha helicopter crash were heard on the first day of a fatal accident inquiry (FAI) yesterday.
AFATAL accident inquiry (FAI) into the Clutha helicopter tragedy will begin in April next year, the Crown Office has announced.
Clutha crash inquiry A FATAL accident inquiry into the Clutha helicopter tragedy will begin in April next year, the Crown Office has announced.
Eleven-year-old border collie Taz was one of three dogs deployed by the Aberfoyle-based rescue team to the Clutha Bar in Glasgow after the tragic helicopter crash in November 2013.
Patrick and David helped to launch this year's Kiltwalk - taking place on Sunday, April 29 - at an event in Glasgow's Clutha Bar.
John McGarrigle Jnr, whose dad, 57, died in the 2013 Clutha pub tragedy in Glasgow, said: "It's just question upon question upon question."
A MEMORIAL service has taken place for the 10 people who died in the Clutha helicopter crash.
TRAGIC helicopter pilot David Traill was hailed as "amazing, caring and loving" by his heartbroken fiancee at the first of the Clutha Pub funerals yesterday.
Nine people died in the crash on 29 November when a police helicopter plummeted through the roof of the crowded Clutha pub on the banks of the Clyde.