Thursday 24th May, 2018
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INTTRA adds Salam Pacific Indonesia Lines to network

It is the first Indonesian shipping line to join the network

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UAE signs memorandum with ITF to protect seafarers

The federation and the UAE agreed to work together to protect seafarers’ rights

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Bass Island Line’s John Duigan arrives at King Island

The vessel is starting on a service connecting King Island with Geelong

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16 kilos of heroin discovered in Sydney air freight

A consignment of children’s clothes hid a haul of heroin

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Industry groups question government on budget biosecurity levy

Many questions remain about the why and how of the budget’s $10.02 “biosecurity levy”

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Carbon capture a possible way to reduce emissions at ports

A European port is exploring an innovative way to combat greenhouse gas emissions

Robert Coombs, Tas Bull Foundation chair

Tas Bull foundation aims to install wifi at Botany for seafarers

The foundation aims to help visiting mariners connect to the outside world while at the port

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Brisbane container trade in March flat on previous month

While trade showed no movement on a month-to month basis, the port saw an increase on March 2017

Car carrier enters Port Kembla; Photo: NSW Ports

NSW Ports to introduce environmental incentive for shipping lines

In an Australia-first program, NSW Ports aims to reward companies using vessels with better emissions performance