Sunday 24th Jun, 2018
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: 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

L to R: Sarah Courtney, minister for Primary Industries and Water, minister for Racing; Naming competition winner Matthew Button; TasPorts chair Stephen Bradford; Official Lady Sponsor, Judith Payne. Photo: TasPorts

John Duigan officially welcomed in King Island

LOCALS and dignitaries flocked to the Port of Grassy last week for the official naming ceremony of the ship John…
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Magdalene Chew, WISTA Singapore president.

WISTA Singapore celebrates 20 years

The organisation held a conference focused on issues in the Asian maritime space

Priority Cargo's A-team took home top honours with the Phil Kelly OAM trophy

SAL hits the greens to remember Phil Kelly

Phil Kelly was a stalwart of Shipping Australia. The maritime community remembered him with a round of golf.

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Port of Fremantle recognised for conservation work

Fairy terns are listed as vulnerable, and the Port has set aside an area for the diminutive birds