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Sailor Monument

A three metre sculpture of a sailor was unveiled late September as part of the Australian Sailor Monument, honouring the contribution of Aussie seafarers. Western…

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Trade Talks in China

Australia’s Trade Minister Steve Ciobo recently concluded trade talks in China. Steve Ciobo met with the Minister of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China,…

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Huge Jigsaw Puzzle

Who would’ve thought that shipping containers would make for a good canvas? But that’s exactly what’s now on display in the Dubai desert. Red Bull…

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Season over for Stinkbugs

The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug’s season for 2016/2017 has been declared as over with the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources ceasing heightened measures from…

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DP World introduce new charges

This post is in addition to the previous article on the same subject here. Please be advised that effective 17th April 2017, DP World Australia…

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Out with the TPP – in with the new..

As the demise of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) looms large on the horizon, Minister for Trade Steven Ciobo has begun spruiking a new regional free…

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Asbestos sampling programme

The Australian Border Force (ABF) have recently issued another fact sheet in relation to Asbestos. Managing the risk of asbestos at the border is a…

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Singapore two tiered container terminal

image credit: www.singaporebudget.gov.sg Singapore is considering using a two-tiered container terminal at the new port in Tuas, Maritime & Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore’s CEO…

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New canal proposal

July 7, 2015 0 Comments

Engineers have produced a plan to build a canal across Thailand so that shipping can cross south-east Asia more swiftly, as well as bypassing pirates…

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150kgs of methamphetamine seized

A 66-year-old Hong Kong national will appear in Sydney Central Local Court today (15 May 2015), charged with attempting to import approximately 150 kilograms of…

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