Thursday 20th Sep, 2018

Australian trade worth more than half a trillion dollars in 2016

AUSTRALIA’S trade in goods and services was worth a record $673bn last year, according to the Composition of Trade, Australia…
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More cruises call at NSW ports

NEW South Wales saw a record season this past summer, with 336 cruise calls, up from 311 calls in the…
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Maersk operations getting “close to normal” after cyber-attack

MAERSK is still working to get operations back to normal after last week’s Petya cyber-attack put many of the global…
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New FTA in the works for Latin American bloc

AUSTRALIA has launched negotiations for a new free-trade agreement with the Pacific Alliance – a trading bloc comprising Mexico, Chile,…
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Austal delivers a few fast cats

AUSTRALIAN shipbuilder Austal recently announced the launch of three fast ferries at its shipyard in Balamban, Cebu. The first of…
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P&O to leave Freo

INFRASTRUCTURE issues in Western Australian regional ports have been blamed for a decision by Carnival Australia to withdraw P&O Cruises…
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Jim (left)with his brother Vic, also a much-loved figure

THE SHIPPING LIFE: Remembering an icon of Australian shipping

I AM standing alone under the Sydney Harbour Bridge one Saturday midnight in 1972, watching the approach of a black…
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Paul-O'Keefe

THE GRILL: Paul O’Keefe

This week for The Grill we cornered Paul O’Keefe, who is a workplace trainer and assessor at Sydney Terminal, DP World Australia. He talks to Ian Ackerman about Captain Cook, a circus and Ned Kelly