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Treadmills to make you run

Two men, one from Perth and another from Valley View, S.A. have been arrested following a controlled delivery made by the Australian Federal Police (AFP)….

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Christmas trees with unwanted pests

The loading of Christmas trees into containers bound for Hawaii Ever wondered about how Christmas trees from Oregon make their way to Hawaii?  Shipping containers…

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Ice pipes seized in Brisbane

Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) officers have seized over 20,000 “ice” pipes at the Brisbane Air Cargo Facility. The seizure began after the…

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Industrial Action – DP World

  The following information is provided for the interest of members by DP World Australia. We regretfully inform you that we have been advised by…

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New largest containership

There’s a new ship on the block. Knocking the Maersk Triple E series off the top spot in vessel container capacity is the CSCL Globe….

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MUA Stop Work Meeting Tuesday 25/11/2014

IMPORTANT NOTICE:- MUA STOP WORK MEETINGS TUESDAY 25/11/2014 Please be advised that there will be an MUA stop-work meeting on Tuesday 25/Nov/14 at Patricks Fremantle…

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Woman arrested after meth find

When your printer is out of toner, don’t be reaching for these cartridges.. It’s another week and another fantastic find by the good officers at…

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Maritime Day – Fremantle Port

Fremantle Ports Maritime Day 2014 promises to be the biggest ever with a number of ships and boats alongside at Victoria Quay, a huge range…

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Fremantle Bridge incident report issued

  Back on the 17th August, Perth experienced some wild storms that resulted in three vessels coming loose at Fremantle Port. One of those vessels,…

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Illict drug concealment

Darwin is the location of the latest Australian Customs and Border Protection Services (ACBPS) latest seizure of illicit drugs that were headed into Australia’s black…

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