China Steel Developer master pleaded guilty to the strict liability offence, which carries a maximum fine of A$85,000
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- Grand China Shipping officers fined for shortcut across Great Barrier Reef
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VDR calls on Berlin to act now to shore up the country's shipping interestsNSB to axe 500 European seafarers in flag-out move
No future for Germany as maritime location, says owner of largest boxship fleet
Sulphur rules a headache for owners
Arrival of new sulphur emission regulations at the start of the year has been anything but simple
British seafarers' welfare organisations have united to launch the Maritime Charities Group, a focus for sharing information and spreading best practice
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APMT managers depart after breaching ‘internal business policies'
Former CFO, CCO & projects head asked to leave the company
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