INFRASTRUCTURE issues in Western Australian regional ports have been blamed for a decision by Carnival Australia to withdraw P&O Cruises…
This week for The Grill we cornered Paul O’Keefe, who is a workplace trainer and assessor at Sydney Terminal, DP World Australia. He talks to Ian Ackerman about Captain Cook, a circus and Ned Kelly
This week’s Grill subject is Victorian Regional Channels Authority chief executive officer Michael Harvey
This week’s Grill subject is Victorian Ports Corporation chief executive officer, Rachel Johnson, who talks to us about her job, sailing and the Hunt for the Wilderpeople
STEVEDORING footballers Brittany Gibson, Nicole Hildebrand and Jessica Wuetschner led the way for the Brisbane Lions in the inaugural AFL…
This week for the Grill we cornered Keith Wilks, Port of Newcastle’s executive manager operations and infrastructure. He and reporter Ian Ackerman discuss seafaring life, shore life and running.
The Southeast Asia trade has its endemic problems but carriers are currently basking in the glow of the export boost provided by bumper crop harvests. When that halo effect subsides will the old gripes resurface, or will imminent service changes contribute to lasting benefits?
The last two annual reviews of the Southeast Asia/ISC trade have remarked on the stability and discipline displayed by carriers – but 2016-17 is proving already to be a more unsettled time.