Monday 24th Sep, 2018
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AAL ships 45 giant windmill blades on a single sailing

WINDFARM components formed the basis of three AAL project cargo shipments into Adelaide, including one shipment with 45 giant windmill…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Competition can’t come at the cost of standards

Australasian Marine Pilots Institute president Neil Farmer responds to a recent Letter to the Editor regarding competition in pilotage

Port of Mackay

Mackay trade on the up

MINING activity in Queensland’s north has driven trade through the Port of Mackay, with six major cargo shipments crossing the…
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Giant generator a boost for MIRRAT

A GIANT generator trucked to the Port of Melbourne from Gippsland marked a significant milestone for Melbourne International Ro Ro…
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Queensland premier on trade mission to US

QUEENSLAND is looking to cement trade ties to the US, with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk leading a trade mission to the…
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Competition in Pilotage in Melbourne

SIR, International shipping is a highly competitive business, our members are accustomed to tough competition, and in principle they will…
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Australian cadets becoming extinct, says a DCN reader. Photo: Laurie Smith

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Coastal Shipping lack of job opportunities

SIR, I wrote earlier this year in regards to the lack of opportunities for young Australians to embark on a…
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Giant generator loaded in Melbourne

A GIANT generator used at the Loy Yang ‘A’ Power Station in Gippsland, Victoria, has been loaded on board a…
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