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Ports of Auckland Looking to Go Green

Ports of Auckland has become the first port in New Zealand to become certified under CEMARS.

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International Yachts Face Biosecurity Checks in New Zealand

International yachts arriving in Northland this summer will face additional biosecurity checks by the Ministry for ...

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Cocaine Smuggled to New Zealand on Maersk Ship's Hull

New Zealand authorities have seized the country’s largest cocaine shipment which arrived to the port ...

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CentrePort's Cranes Resume Container Ops

CentrePort’s two ship-to-shore cranes are back in action – the first time since last November’s Kaikoura ...

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Drunken Captain Fined in New Zealand

New Zealand has fined the captain of the 30,700 dwt containership Shansi NZD 3,000 (USD 2,200) for exceeding the ...

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Port of Tauranga Marks Million-Container Milestone

Port of Tauranga set a new container throughput record of more than one million TEUs processed in a year – a first ...

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New Zealand Continues with Cruise Ship Accreditation

A trial accreditation program has boosted biosecurity for international cruise ships and will be expanded for ...

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NZ Union Urges Ports to Stop Emitting Toxic Gas

The Maritime Union of New Zealand has welcomed the Ports of Auckland’s decision to stop releasing methyl ...

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New Zealand Certifies First Vessel under MLC

Cook Strait passenger ferry Straitsman has become the first New Zealand ship certified under the international ...

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Bulker Allowed to Enter New Zealand Waters after Cleaning

The bulk carrier DL Marigold has been allowed to return to New Zealand’s port of Tauranga after it was ...

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New Zealand Orders 'Dirty' Vessel to Leave Tauranga

The 33,752 dwt bulk carrier DL Marigold has been ordered to leave New Zealand’s port of Tauranga after an ...

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Port of Tauranga Chasing 1 Million TEU Mark

New Zealand’s Port of Tauranga is on track to become the first port in the country to transport more than one ...

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New Zealand to Improve Seafarers' Onboard Conditions

In an effort to protect domestic and international seafarers and improve their safety and wellbeing onboard New ...

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Seabourn Encore Collides with Cement Carrier in Timaru Port

Seabourn Encore broke its moorings and hit a passing cement carrier in Port of Timaru, New Zealand, on February 12, ...

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CentrePort Wellington to Resume Regular Container Service

New Zealand’s CentrePort revealed that regular container shipping is returning to Wellington, with weekly ...

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New Zealand Becomes 54th State to Ratify BWM Convention

New Zealand has ratified the Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention, which is scheduled to enter into force on ...

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Chemical Leak at Napier Port Contained

A chemical leak which was detected earlier today at New Zealand’s Napier Port has been contained and the ...

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CentrePort Restarts Ferry Traffic after Earthquake

New Zealand’s CentrePort, Wellington port operator, said that it managed to get ferries running last night ...

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Earthquake Hinders Port Operations in New Zealand

New Zealand’s ports of Wellington and Picton have issued damage notifications while Wellington authorities ...

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New Zealand Welcomes Maersk Mega Ship

New Zealand’s government has welcomed the arrival of the Aotea Maersk in Tauranga, the biggest container ship ...

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New Zealand's POAL, Napier Port Form Alliance

New Zealand’s Ports of Auckland Limited (POAL) and Napier Port plan to enter into a strategic alliance in an ...

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