Monday 19th Nov, 2018

World Maritime Day celebrated in Cook Islands

AVATIU Harbour was the setting for World Maritime Day celebrations in the Cook Islands, South Pacific. The celebrations incorporated the…
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THE SHIPPING LIFE: Strains of a life at sea

THERE are so many aspects of this form of existence in the latter parts of the 1900s. Crew didn’t have…
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Maritime NZ director, Keith Manch (right) addresses the ICAO/IMO Joint Working Group

Search and rescue leaders meet in Wellington

FOR those working in the provision of life-saving search and rescue services, it’s critical to draw on the resources of colleagues…
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Maersk Innoshima. Photo: Dale Crisp

SPECIAL REPORT: Liner Trades to North America

It’s been another stable, boring and rather disappointing year in the North American trade from Australia and carriers are unsure whether to be happy or sad.


INDUSTRY OPINION: Big boys and big toys

What do bigger ships mean for shippers, asks DALE CRISP*

Image: International Maritime Organization

World Maritime Day is connecting ships, ports and people

TODAY is World Maritime Day, and this year, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has chosen the theme “connecting ships, ports…
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Photo: Ports of Auckland

Auckland orders trio of container cranes

PORTS of Auckland has ordered three new container cranes for its new deep-water container berth at the north end of…
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