Monday 24th Sep, 2018
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HMAS Choules to open to the public

The Navy is throwing open the doors to one of its ships in order to raise money for a good cause

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CARGO product aims to boost supply chain visibility

Technology is playing an ever more significant role in the global supply chain

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Prepare for “smart ships”, says Vic Ports CEO

Rachel Johnson spoke at an SCLAA event in Melbourne, describing the trend towards ‘smart ships’ and the need for rail

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IMO progress towards inclusion of methanol in gas code

The CCC5 sub-committee is completing drafting of interim guidelines for approval by the Maritime Safety Committee in 2020

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Macca prepares for spill

State and federal agencies are combining with local communities to test their readiness for an oil spill in the pristine waters of the Torres Strait

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MISSION TO SEAFARERS: The Mission’s mission to help seafarers

Missions such as those in Sydney are integral in ensuring a healthy lifestyle for mariners visiting Australian shores, writes Wendy King*

L to R: Jay McKenzie (Bob Wood Cruise Group); Grant Gilfillan (chair, ACA); Jill Abel (CEO, ACA), Thor Elliott (Fremantle Ports); Anne McVilly (Port Arthur Historic Site) and Christine Cole (Tourism WA). Not pictured are Martin Bidgood (Intercruises) and Scott Lovett (Tourism NT).

Australian Cruise Association elects new committee

The West Australian township of Broome hosted the Australian Cruise Association’s annual conference

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Light rail carriage ro-ro-ed to Newcastle

The first carriage for a light rail project in Newcastle was recently delivered