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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K Line Adds New RoRo Service on Thailand - Australia Route

Japan’s shipping company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) has decided to enhance its RoRo service in Thailand ...

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K Line Hit with Criminal Cartel Charges in Australia

Japan-based shipping company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) is facing criminal charges in relation to alleged ...

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MOL to Set Up Two Asia-Australia Services under New VSA

Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) plans to launch two new services between Asia and Australia ...

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Container Stevedoring Prices in Australia Hit New Low

An increased competition in Australia’s container stevedoring has pushed prices to their lowest level in ...

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Captain of Death Ship Should Be Charged, ITF Says

The International Transport Workers’ Federation has called for the coroner to recommend charging Venancio Salas, ...

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CLIA: Record Number of Cruise Ships to Visit Australia

Australia will welcome a record number of cruise ships this summer, with more than 40 vessels sailing in local ...

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Australia to Build Cruise Terminal In Newcastle

New South Wales Government revealed plans to build a new multi-user cruise ship terminal in Newcastle to support ...

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DP World Australia Gets A3 Consortium's Shipping Services

Australia’s largest stevedore, DP World Australia, has been awarded seven of nine port calls on the A3 consortium’s ...

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Shen Neng 1 Owners to Pay USD 30 Mn for GBR Damage

The Australian Government has reached an AUD 39.3 million (USD 29.6 million) out of court settlement with the ...

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Australia Awards Port of Melbourne's 50-Year Lease

The commercial operation of Australia’s Port of Melbourne has been leased for more than AUD 9.7 billion (USD ...

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Australia Seeks USD 90 Mn for Great Barrier Reef Damage

The government of Australia is seeking AUD 120 million (USD 92.1 million) for the damages made to Douglas Shoal in ...

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Five Stars Fujian Released, Banned from Australia for a Year

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned the Hong Kong-flagged bulk carrier Five Stars Fujian ...

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Update: Coal Carrier Crew Still Stranded off Queensland

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) is repeating its demand that 20 Chinese seafarers, having ...

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Odfjell's Oil Tanker Grounds Due to Steering Failure

A steering failure aboard the 2004-built oil tanker Bow Singapore has caused it to run aground outside ...

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