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The Trans-Pacific Partnership to begin in 2018

Australia has become the 6th country to officially adopt the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) meaning that the agreement will commence on 30 December 2018.  As an…

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ABF detector dogs selected to work in Singapore

Four narcotics and explosives Detector Dogs, bred and trained by the Australian Border Force (ABF), will soon be protecting the community in Singapore after being…

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Trade Talk

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has published its latest Trade Talk – 26 October 2018 Newsletter and is forwarded for your information….

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New oversize tyres imported from Japan

There are  immediate measures to control biosecurity risk in consignments of new oversize tyres imported from Japan. As a result of recent detections of exotic…

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Update on Management of LCL and FAK containers for BMSB season

From Tuesday 9th October 2018, The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources ( the department) have industry of the that the LCL/ FAK container process….

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More than 110 native reptiles saved from illegal export

In the last three months alone, Australian Border Force (ABF) officers have stopped a total of 20 separate consignments containing more than 110 reptiles from…

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Fremantle Ports Maritime Day 2018

We’ve been telling you about Fremantle Ports Maritime Day for years now: 2017 2016 2015 2014 It’s a fantastic day out for the whole family!

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Crane ship arrives in Fremantle

A ship from China carrying five container cranes has berthed in Fremantle Inner Harbour. Zhen Hua 24 arriving at the entrance of Fremantle Inner Harbour Crane ship Zhen…

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Queen’s Birthday Closure

We wish to advise that our office will be closed on Monday the 24th September in order to honour the Queen’s Birthday. We will re-open…

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Illicit Tobacco Smuggling – Adelaide

Two Chinese nationals have been arrested after Australian Border Force (ABF) officers allegedly caught them in the act of collecting a shipment of approximately 1.3…

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