Tuesday 16th Jan, 2018
Photo: Andrew Mackinnon (aquamanships)

2017 was record year for Gladstone

GLADSTONE Ports Corporation reported handling more than 121.3m tonnes of throughput across the three ports it manages over the 2017…
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Concerns swirl around Qube’s proposed acquisition of MCS

CLOUDS of concern have been gathering following Qube Logistics’ announcement that it was planning to acquire Maritime Container Services (MCS),…
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Get ready for the new CoR provisions

NEW provisions for Chain of Responsibility coming into effect in July mean anyone who consigns, packs, loads or receives goods…
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Cruise ship frenzy at Freo

FRIDAY (12 January) was a busy day for Fremantle with the unusual occurrence of three cruise ships berthed at once…
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Cyclone Joyce breezes by Pilbara; Ports re-open

PORTS are back to normal after a Category 1 cyclone passed through northern Western Australia at the weekend. Pilbara Ports…
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Two men injured on bulker berthed at Portland

TWO crew members were injured yesterday (11 January) on the bulk carrier Berge Daisetsu while it was alongside at the…
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Photo: Image of TC Joyce wind at 10.59am 12/01/2018; credit earth.nullschool.net

A weaker-than-expected TC Joyce bears down on the Pilbara

TROPICAL Cyclone Joyce has closed ports in the Pilbara and western Kimberley, but the storm has not gained strength as…
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Department explains ‘nay’ ruling on Hong Kong and China horse imports

DIRECT importation of horses from Hong Kong to Australia was suspended early last October because of biosecurity concerns related to…
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Pilbara Ports Authority helps spread Christmas cheer

VOLUNTEERS delivered more than 3000 Christmas hampers and gift bags to seafarers in the Pilbara over the holiday season. The…
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