Thursday 19th Jul, 2018
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Botany, Kembla container numbers are up, while bulk is down

TRADE through Port Botany and Port Kembla has been sound but mixed for the first five months of the current…
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Tassie government eager to sign shipbuilding contract for new Spirits

SHIPBUILDING contracts for two new Spirit of Tasmania vessels are expected to be signed in the first half of 2018….
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AMSA to take over operations of the National System for Domestic Commercial Vessel Safety

STARTING on July 1 2018, AMSA will be the sole service provider under the National System for Domestic Commercial Vessel…
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SPECIAL REPORT: Pilotage

Criminal liability a possibility for Aussie pilots, writes Captain John Kavanagh (with assistance from Kendall Messer)*

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Kiwis boosting maritime safety awareness in the Pacific

THE first Pacific maritime safety training course of its kind has been completed in Niue. The course was co-ordinated by…
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Passengers hit the throne on Royal Caribbean ship

ALMOST 200 passengers on the Ovation of the Seas (IMO 9697753) have been stricken with gastroenteritis during a voyage from…
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Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal upgrades complete

CRUISE fever is sweeping the nation’s ports, with plans for new passenger terminals in Brisbane and Newcastle mooted and upgrades…
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Three for the price of one from Senate Coastal Trading Committee

A SENATE committee examining proposed Coastal Trading legislation has produced not one, not two, but three reports on the subject….
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