Latest maritime News

Indian Navy Expands Maritime Reconnaissance Capabilities with Delivery of 11th P-8I
Macquarie strengthens position as global shipping lender as maritime loan book passes $US1 billion
Offshore potential for Australian aquaculture
Exercise first for Poseidon
Maritime NZ: 6-year review of recreational boating fatalities released
Water incident, Manukau Harbour
Boosting Australia’s freight and supply chain performance
QUBE Ports risking WA economy by failing to negotiate
Mates shouted drink at sea
QUBE ignores fwc bid to solve port dispute
Barnett turns back on seafood industry
Pair aboard at start and end of ship’s service
Old salt never says never
Snapper season underway and recreational boaties keen to get back out on water
Keeping watch on wellbeing at sea
Operation Sovereign Borders monthly update 7 October
ITF will support Seafarers whenever owners fail to pay up
Five powers on display
Maritime NZ: Auckland boaties encouraged to know rules of Safer Boating and Covid
Finalisation of Regional Resettlement Arrangement
Reaching new heights
Western Australia Covid update as at 4 October 2021
Western Australia Covid update as at 1 October 2021
National Safe Boating Week 2021 launches
MUA calls for Patrick to return to bargaining table
Seniors Week 2021
Maritime NZ: reflecting on ten years since Rena grounding and oil spill response
World Maritime Day 2021: Seafarers at core of shipping’s future
Sirius marks final birthday in service
World Maritime Day, Thursday 30 September, 2021
Sport brings deployed crews together
Carnival Australia Names Marguerite Fitzgerald as President
One more day for border workers to get vaccinated; rates already above 98%
Seafarers crucial to safety and security of New Zealand
Christmas presents, goods threatened by Union strike
MUA launches pre-Christmas Industrial Campaign with Nationwide Strikes
Deadline for catalogue applications looms
New agreement to secure our region from maritime people smuggling
Indo-Pacific deployment family affair
Changes bring ATSB marine regulations up to date
Deployment starts with bang
$500,000 fine and reparation after death on Sanford fishing vessel
Making Boating Safer And Easier For All Victorians
Steel cutting marks major milestone for Hunter Class Frigate Program
Position Vacant: National Legal Officer – VIC/TAS
New Managing Director for South Regional TAFE appointed
$30 million FNQ marine investment sails on to next stage
Launch of Wangim Walk wave attenuator a key step in transforming Geelong Waterfront