Sunday 21st Oct, 2018
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Kea Trader leaks oil after cyclone thrashing

TAR balls and other materials from the Kea Trader have washed up on the island of Mare after the grounded…
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership – issues for trade professionals

Going against the protectionist trend from some parts of the world, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was signed last week in…
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Strike cancelled at Lyttelton, Union and port still at loggerheads

THE Rail and Maritime Union of New Zealand (RMTU) has called off a strike scheduled to start yesterday (8 March)…
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Kea Trader, status as of 2018-02-05. Photo: Lomar Shipping

Shanghai Salvage Company chosen to remove Kea Trader

SHANGHAI Salvage Company was chosen to remove the wrecked Kea Trader from a rock reef off New Caledonia. A Lomar Shipping spokesperson…
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Ports of Auckland on even keel according to half-year results

PORTS of Auckland is handling increasing trade volumes as the city grows, and it is looking to the future with…
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Wellington port’s half-year results show fast recovery from 2016 earthquake

WELLINGTON’S CentrePort announced cargo throughput in its key trades saw strong growth over the first half of this financial year…
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Strike looms at Lyttelton, shipping to be disrupted

THE Rail and Maritime Union of New Zealand (RMTU) has handed Lyttelton Port of Christchurch a notice of industrial action,…
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Port of Tauranga

Port of Tauranga going from strength to strength

NEW Zealand’s Port of Tauranga has seen a busy and profitable half year, as evidenced by its recently released results…
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