Monday 19th Nov, 2018
Australian Maritime College

INDUSTRY OPINION: Improving maritime education and training for today’s sophisticated ships

Dr Gholam Reza Emad* APPRENTICESHIP training on board ships is a mandatory component of seafarers training scheme. Traditionally, seafarers develop…
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Photo: Chris Rowland / Port Kembla Gateway

Port Kembla to handle monster cargo

A NEW record is to be set this afternoon at Port Kembla Gateway’s Outer Harbour No.6 Jetty with a record…
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Warwick Norman (right) with Ian French of the Master Mariners. Photo: David Sexton

Saving sailors, now saving the planet

RIGHTSHIP founder Warwick Norman has explained how the group has expanded from a safety focus to one of environmental sustainability…
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Darwin Port's East Arm Wharf. Inset - Captain Ian Niblock. Photos: Darwin Port

SPECIAL REPORT: Northern Territory

Darwin recovers from a tough 12 months

Photo: Ian Ackerman

OUT & ABOUT: SAL Biennial Luncheon

THE rarified atmosphere of the Newcastle was the setting for the recent Shipping Australia biennial Newcastle lunch. Held on a…
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Pilbara Ports Authority chief executive, Roger Johnston. Photo: Jemma Castle

“Threading the needle” at Port Hedland

PILBARA Ports Authority chief executive, Roger Johnston, has outlined just how they ensure absolute maximum export productivity at Port Hedland….
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Photo: Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group

Plenty of life in Newcastle coal, executive says

SUGGESTIONS Australian export coal is dead are wide of the mark, Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group chief executive, Aaron Johansen, says….
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Wollongong City Council Lord Mayor, Gordon Bradbery OAM. Photo: David Sexton

Lord Mayor excited by Port Kembla maritime prospects

WOLLONGONG City Council Lord Mayor, Gordon Bradbery OAM, has talked of how maritime industries are strengthening the economy of the…
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