Monday 19th Nov, 2018
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What a load of rubbish: IMO steps up the fight against marine litter

Just how can we combat the problem of plastics in the ocean? Experts in Nairobi hope to find the answers.

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INDUSTRY OPINION: Port of Newcastle: A competitive and efficient container terminal alternative

By Simon Gelder* The Port of Newcastle believes efficient markets competing on a level playing field should determine the location…
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Sea cargo tobacco bust leads officers to cannabis plants in SA

A container carrying illicit tobacco coming into Sydney led authorities to the plants in Adelaide

IMO efforts to promote slow steaming may come with risks for isolated nations.

International associations call for ship recycling convention to take effect

The IMO Hong Kong Convention was adopted nearly a decade ago, but ship-recycling countries have yet to adopt its provisions for safe ship recycling

Minister for law enforcement and cybersecurity speaks at the AFIF National Conference on 25 May. Credit Ian Ackerman

EXCLUSIVE: Technology shaping cybersecurity, minister says

In an exclusive interview with DCN, Department of Home Affairs minister for cybersecurity and law enforcement Angus Taylor discusses the future

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Coles and union do a deal on safety

SUPERMARKET giant Coles and the Transport Workers Union have confirmed signing two ‘statements of principles’ ensuring safe and fair conditions…
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Mariners need more pay say global labour rights groups

NAUTILUS International and the International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) are to call for a rise in monthly pay for the…
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Rotterdam rules and E-Commerce

Article by Stuart Hetherington and Professor Tomotaka Fujita