Monday 19th Nov, 2018

Assisting in oil spill preparedness

All around the world, dealing with oil spills is a serious business


Trade trouble not so sweet at WTO

Australia says Indian sugar subsidies are hurting its sugar farmers and exporters and is taking the complaint to the WTO


AUS-Hong Kong free-trade agreement negotiations conclude

The agreement is to be a boost for Australian exporters

Photo: AFP

Police find drugs in container full of bananas, Sydney man arrested

The shipment came from Panama, was intercepted in New Zealand, and police arrested a Sydney man in connection


Wellington skipper fined after ferry grounding

A ferry grounding near Wellington has prompted a safety warning from authorities


DPWA and MUA at loggerheads over enterprise agreement

An issue at Port Botany may have ramifications around the country for DPWA operations


MARITIME INSURANCE & LAW SPECIAL REPORT: Cyber insurance & mitigating risk

Lawyer Nic van der Reyden* recently addressed a Melbourne Shipping Australia breakfast on maritime cybersecurity, mitigating risk and cybersecurity. This article is based upon his presentation

Photo: Dale Crisp

BIMCO adopts bunker clauses ahead of 2020

1 January 2020 looms ever closer for the shipping industry, and the international shipping association has adopted causes around the impending IMO sulphur cap