Thursday 19th Jul, 2018
Matt Nichols, Soul Cafe Floor Manager. Photo: Port of Newcastle

Newcastle’s Soul Café supported by port partnership

Three companies in Newcastle’s port industry have banded together to give a boost to a local café that helps the disadvantaged

Photo: Ian Ackerman

AUS 200 event brings together Sydney’s maritime workers

The much anticipated gathering takes place about twice a year

Photo: DPWA

Brisbane DPWA employees ride to raise money for MS sufferers

The employees rode in the annual MS Brissie to the Bay ride

Left to Right: DPWA's Justine O’Connell, ferry skipper Holly Saunders, P&O's Melissa Yates and Port Authority of NSW's Jeanine Drummond. Photo: Ian Ackerman

Cruise-ship luncheon inspires diversity in the maritime industry

The event brought together women (and a few men) from many parts of the maritime industry

Photo: David Sexton

Lunch hears discussion of grains, trade and customs broking

A lunch at the Mantra Tullamarine brought together a broad cross-section of the logistics community

Photo: Shutterstock

Winner of Women in Export Scholarship announced

The scholarship supports women leaders at critical stages in their careers

Gumlu State School Year 3 student Riley Chapman explains to NQBP Media and Community Engagement Advisor Kirsty Mugridge how they will implement digital technology into their new garden. Credit NQBP

EcoPorts grants boost environmental projects in local Queensland schools

NQBP’s annual grants help schools in the port community

Photo: LINX

LINX hits treadmills to raise money for Very Special Kids

Employees of the logistics company got some exercise for a very good cause