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  1. 2019

    1. EcoPorts

      Building the network of sustainable ports

      13 June 2019

      In business, being the first to do something is typically a key competitive advantage. When it comes to the environment and sustainability, such a position brings with it responsibility. Earlier this year, Port of Newcastle became the first port in Australia or New Zealand to become a member of EcoPorts.
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    2. Teneall Chapman

      NIESA Women in Maritime campaign | Teneall Chapman, Vessel Scheduler

      13 June 2019

      Port of Newcastle Vessel Scheduler, Teneall Chapman was recently featured in the Women in Maritime social media campaign being run by the Nautical Institute of South East Australia branch (NISEA).
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    3. Cruise volunteer thank you 2019

      Celebrating the dedication of Newcastle’s tireless cruise volunteers

      23 May 2019

      Newcastle's dedicated cruise volunteers have been recognised for their contribution to the success of the Hunter's tourism sector over the past 16 years.
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    4. Jackie Spiteri

      The Grill - Jackie Spiteri, Environment Advisor

      14 May 2019

      Jackie Spiteri recently talked to the Daily Cargo News about Wales, the value of the natural world, Lady Gaga and sporadic yoga as part of DCN's The Grill profile.
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    5. Litter pick 2019

      Port community members roll up their sleeves for the environment

      8 May 2019

      Newcastle businesses cleaned-up more than 1.64 tonnes of litter from around the port on Friday 3 May.
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    6. Tunnel boring

      5 reasons to choose Port of Newcastle

      2 May 2019

      Moving large or oversized cargo? Port of Newcastle's capacity, connectivity and capability can simplify your supply chain and remove costly cargo handling steps. Read on to discover five reasons why Port of Newcastle should be your first-choice East Coast port for project cargo.
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    7. Explorer of the Seas

      Port of Newcastle statement on Newcastle cruise terminal funding

      23 April 2019

      Infrastructure NSW has advised that the $12.7 million funding for the cruise terminal project is no longer available.
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    8. Dana Crampton

      NIESA Women in Maritime campaign | Dana Crampton, Marine Engineer

      16 April 2019

      Port of Newcastle Chief Engineer, Dana Crampton was recently featured in the Women in Maritime social media campaign being run by the Nautical Institute of South East Australia branch (NISEA).
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    9. Craig - new

      Hunter needs its own STEM-based skills | OpEd by Craig Carmody

      12 April 2019

      It is encouraging to see bipartisan recognition of the need for clear education and skills development pathways if we are to manage regional employment shifts over the coming decades.
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    10. Tongan visit

      Tongan delegation welcomed to Port of Newcastle

      12 April 2019

      A delegation from Ports Authority Tonga arrived in Newcastle yesterday to gain insights into the operations of the largest port on Australia's East Coast.
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