Friday 16th Nov, 2018
L to R: Peter Murday, Chris Barber, Michael Sierp, Susan Hull and Mike Squires. Photo: Ian Ackerman

OUT & ABOUT: Australasian Institute of Marine Surveyors biennial conference

JONES Bay Wharf in the Sydney suburb of Pyrmont was the setting last week for the Australasian Institute of Marine…
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Photo: TasPorts

Investigator II back in action on the Bass Strait

THE vessel Investigator II sailed for King Island over the weekend after engine difficulties prevented earlier transits. One of the…
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Total Pilbara exports dip slightly while live export re-starts at Hedland

PILBARA Ports Authority reported a total monthly cargo throughput of 57.9m tonnes for August, showing a decrease of 478,000 tonnes…
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Australian Customs and Border Protection Service

INDUSTRY OPINION: It’s time to reform border holds

DEPLOYMENT of modern x-ray solutions at the border is essential if we are serious about community protection and facilitating the…
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Photo: Ian Ackerman

Shipping reform is essential for national security

INSUFFICIENT recognition is being paid to Australia’s diminishing maritime capacity, federal member for Fremantle Josh Wilson says. Speaking at the…
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Photo: North Queensland Bulk Corporation

North Queensland Bulk Ports pays homage to master mariner

SENIOR marine pilot at North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation (NQBP), Mike Boss-Walker, will retire this month after an extensive and varied…
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L to R: Renata Low,  Tourism WA; Shayne Murray, Cruise Broome; 
Christine Cole, Tourism WA. Photo: Australian Cruise Association

Cruise Association to hold Broome conference

DELEGATES from all over the world are set to flock to Broome next year for the Australian Cruise Association annual…
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Coal, chickpeas drive record trade for Queensland

EXPORTS from the Sunshine state were worth a record $68.1bn over the past year, according to new trade data. Treasurer…
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