MUA Slams Turnbull Gov't as Aussie Crew Gets Sacked

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) has criticized the Turnbull Government, saying that it “must stand up ...

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Prelude FLNG Mammoth Starts Journey to Australia

Shell’s Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) project, the world’s largest offshore facility ever ...

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Australia Urged to Look Into Possible Abandoned Ship

The Australian Government has been urged to intervene to identify the owner of 36-year-old supply ship MV Yarabah ...

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Australia Looks Into Maritime Security Gaps

Australia is focusing on the dangerous gaps in its maritime security, brought about by the Sage Sagittarius ...

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Australia to Ratify Ballast Water Convention

The Australian Government has decided to ratify the International Ballast Water Convention, bringing the country ...

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Townsville Port Secures Funds for Channel Expansion Project

The Queensland government has informed that it plans to provide a down payment of up to AUD 75 million for the port ...

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AMSA Bans Cargo Ship from Australian Ports

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned the Papua New Guinea-flagged cargo ship Kiunga Chief ...

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Port of Melbourne Has Victoria Covered Until 2055

Australia’s state of Victoria will not need a second major container port until capacity at the Port of ...

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Gov't Urged to Tackle Lack of Cruise Ship Berths in Sydney

The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has urged the New South Wales (NSW) Government to ...

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Adani Facing Fines over Coal-Laden Water Spill in Australia

India-based mining company Adani is facing a potential compliance action after the company’s Abbot Point coal ...

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Strike Disrupts Ops at Port Kembla Coal Terminal

A three-day strike started at Australian Port Kembla Coal Terminal (PKCT) on April 11 over a dispute regarding ...

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Australia Steps Closer to Mega Cruise Ship Terminal

Australia has taken another step toward its new mega-cruise ship terminal near the mouth of the Brisbane River as ...

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ITF Slams Australia’s Coastal Shipping Reform Plan

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) Cabotage Taskforce, today blasted Australia’s Productivity ...

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Megaships to Call on Brisbane's Cruise Terminal by 2019/20

Cruising ‘Down Under’ is yet to be given a new flavor as Queensland readies to attract giant cruise ...

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Australia Set to Reform Its Coastal Shipping

The Australian Government is proposing a reform of the country’s coastal shipping sector stating as its aim ...

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Australia Recovers Cash for Ten Filipino Seafarers

Australia’s Fair Work Ombudsman has recovered AUD 100,649 (USD 76,010) for ten seafarers from the Philippines ...

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Australia, Japan a Step Closer to Liquid Hydrogen Shipping

Australia and Japan have signed an agreement which will allow liquid hydrogen to be shipped in bulk for the first ...

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Heavy Fuel Oil Spill Reaches Australia's Sydney Harbour

Some 150 litres of heavy marine fuel oil reached Australia’s Sydney Harbour at Gore Bay, Greenwich, following ...

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Toll Transport to Pay Record Fine over Stevedore's Death

Melbourne-based shipping operator Toll Transport was convicted and fined a record AUD 1 million (around USD ...

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VICT Completes Container Terminal in Melbourne

Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT), part of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), ...

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First 8500 TEU Boxship Enters Port of Brisbane

Australia’s Port of Brisbane has welcomed its first 8500 TEU class container vessel into the port, the Maersk ...

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