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Australia to help navigate global shipping trade challenges
Australia proudly re-elected to IMO Council
Australia’s Statement for Re-election to IMO Council
Australian tugboat responders honoured by IMO for bravery
Australia’s heritage lighthouses honour World Maritime Day with stunning light display
Australia welcomes new International Maritime Organisation Secretary-General
Advancing Australia’s transport ambition internationally
Advancing Australia’s transport amibition internationally
Why the shipping industry’s increased climate ambition spells the end for its fossil fuel use
Briefing Security Council on Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s Failed Launch, Senior Official Stresses Diplomacy ‘the Only Way Forward’
Maritime NZ to begin consultation on MARPOL Annex VI draft Marine Protection Rules
International Day for Women in Maritime
International Day of Women in Maritime
Wind-powered cargo ships are the future: debunking 4 myths that stand in the way of cutting emissions
Port Hedland Seeks ITF Inspector: Now Hiring
NZ signs on to Cape Town Agreement
Cyberattacks threaten international sea traffic, ports and offshore installations
Lighting way to greener maritime future
World Maritime Day 2022 – New technologies for greener shipping
Japanese government and Fukushima nuclear disaster – History repeating itself?
Shipping emissions under existing targets will be double what’s needed to meet Paris Agreement goals
Seafarers crucial to safety and security of New Zealand