Saturday 22nd Sep, 2018

Maritime lawyers head for the hills

LEAVING their natural habitat of the ocean, some of Australia’s leading maritime lawyers are heading to the Blue Mountains.
L to R: Jay McKenzie (Bob Wood Cruise Group); Grant Gilfillan (chair, ACA); Jill Abel (CEO, ACA), Thor Elliott (Fremantle Ports); Anne McVilly (Port Arthur Historic Site) and Christine Cole (Tourism WA). Not pictured are Martin Bidgood (Intercruises) and Scott Lovett (Tourism NT).

Australian Cruise Association elects new committee

The West Australian township of Broome hosted the Australian Cruise Association’s annual conference

Dr Terry O'Brien (centre) with Victorian minister for trade and investment, Philip Dalidakis and Governor of Victoria, the Hon. Linda Dessau AC. OMC International

Under keel technology earns export award

Their technology is deployed far and wide, but the OMC company has been honoured close to home


Bradford steps down from port board

The former Melbourne chief was on the Napier Port board for three and a half years


Bauxite exporter seeks Bundy barge options

Can the use of barges boost mineral exports from the Wide Bay region?


Shipping container used to smuggle illicit tobacco, ABF claims

Two men have been denied bail after appearing in court for alleged illicit cigarette smuggling

Ocean Network Express

ONE announces South Pacific expansion

The South Pacific is to get a closer connection with large markets


Consulting on heat stress for live sheep exports

How to make live exports more humane? Minister Littleproud wants feedback

CPO Jacksonville. Dale Crisp

Investigation into possible “close quarters” case

State authorities are investigating whether two ships came too close for comfort

Mercy Ships

Global shipping community announces Mercy Ships Cargo Day goal

The shipping industry has pledged to raise USD$1m for Mercy Ships in 2018