Thursday 19th Jul, 2018
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Cold weather thwarts attack of the mites at Melbourne

Bees on board a ship were found to be carrying varroa mite which has been linked with the devastation of hives in other parts of the world

Photo: LPC

Big dredge headed to Lyttleton

The South Island port is increasing its draft to accommodate larger ships

Image: Shutterstock

Underwater drones to detect ships’ bio-hazards

The government is talking tough as it prepares to do battle with bio-invaders

Photo: Jim Wilson and Hema Maps

Newcastle environmental restoration plans honoured

Tidal wetlands around Port of Newcastle are home to several threatened species

Photo: Southern Cross Maritime

Tidal test to take place at Gladstone

Can tidal flows be sourced to find energy? Gladstone Ports Corp wants to find out.

Image: Jim Wilson & Hema Maps

Artificial reefs set to restore Port Phillip Bay to health

Snapper, shovelnose stingarees and seahorses are set to benefit from efforts to create new reefs off Geelong

Left to Right - Geoff Cassidy - Biosecurity Officer - Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR), Crew member from the tanker Norstar Integrity, Stefanie King - Project Manager - Cross Connections Consulting Pty Ltd, Matt Gregg – Policy & Regulatory Advisor – Environment Standards – AMSA, Craig Wilson – Environment Manager – Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd, Michael Linde - Senior Environment Advisor - Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd stand with one of the first bags of cleared recycling from the tanker Norstar Integrity at the Port of Brisbane. Photo: AMSA

Ship garbage recycling pilot complete

The project took place at the Port of Brisbane

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Maritime Cook Islands highlights “positive progress” towards Tokyo MOU White List

Maritime Cook Islands believes it has a good message to convey