Monday 24th Sep, 2018
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FUTURE GENERATIONS: The shipping folk, they are a changin’

Dated perceptions of the shipping industry belie the fact that it is dynamic and rapidly changing, writes Lina Maria Corrigan*

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TASMANIA SPECIAL REPORT: Titans transform Tasmania

Larger ships combined with more efficient freight networks should help secure Tasmanians’ long term access to national and international markets.

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TRADE & THE LAW: International sanctions Trumped

Lawyer Nathan Cecil* takes a look at the implications on Australian and international businesses of the re-imposition of trade sanctions on Iran by the US

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LNG SPECIAL REPORT: LNG – bunker of the future?

With its low emissions and lack of sulphur, LNG is looking to be the bunker fuel of the future

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WORD FROM THE MINISTER: Inland Rail – last century’s good idea is this century’s reality

Deputy Prime Minister, Michael McCormack, reflects on the future of freight in an era of Inland Rail

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INDUSTRY OPINION: Future-proofing the nation’s strategic maritime skills

Australia’s capacity to participate in global trade and meet safety and environmental standards is reliant upon professional shipping expertise, writes Teresa Lloyd*

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DEFENCE: Frigates… just what are we paying for?

Captain Harry fears we are forking out big money for frigates that may be obsolete long before their date of decommission

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WOMEN IN MARITIME: The challenge of change

Jillian Carson-Jackson* examines efforts to bring about greater gender diversity in the maritime workforce