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Joining in Clean Up Australia Day 2019

1 March
2019

Helping clean up at Yarra Bay and Molineux Point

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Premature port investments will result in higher costs for NSW

18 February
2019

Launch of KPMG report Quay Conclusions: Finding the best choices for additional port capacity in NSW

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First 100 vessels sign up to Environmental Shipping Incentive

14 February
2019

In an Australian first NSW Ports reward vessels for environmental performance

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Wagga Wagga welcomes Container Exhibition and efficient port connections

6 February
2019

The box that changed the world exhibition on a regional tour of NSW

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NSW Ports and Maroubra SLSC launch 3 year partnership

7 January
2019

Supporting safety education and the vital role surf lifesavers play in our community

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Sustainable concrete to reduce energy use

14 December
2018

World first project

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Response to ACCC proceedings

10 December
2018

NSW Ports notes the ACCC announcement that it has instituted proceedings in the Federal Court in relation to the 2013 Port Commitment Deeds.

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$120 million investment to boost rail capacity at Port Botany

27 November
2018

NSW Ports is set to invest in ‘on-dock’ rail infrastructure capacity at Port Botany

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NSW Ports host sponsor for 2018 Shipping and Maritime Industry Awards

20 November
2018

NSW Ports wishes all finalists the best of luck

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'Container' opens in Wollongong

22 October
2018

'Container- the box that changed the world" exhibition has officially opened at Marine Drive, Wollongong. The exhibition has had over 250,000 visitors in Sydney.

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Restoration Project to enhance Sir Joseph Banks Park

17 August
2018

NSW Ports, in partnership with Bayside Council and Conservation Volunteers Australia, today launched a three-year project to carry out environmental conservation works at Sir Joseph Banks Park, Botany

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Seawall Road Closure, Thurs 16 August

14 August
2018

Temporary closure of seawall road for demolition of equipment on Thursday 16 August 2018.

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Public Access to Eastern Breakwater

31 July
2018

Following completion of recent maintenance works, the Eastern Breakwater is now open for public access.

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Eastern Breakwater closed

25 July
2018

25 July 2018 - The Eastern Breakwater is closed today for essential maintenance works.

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NSW Ports and University of Wollongong partner to protect marine life near ports

6 June
2018

The University of Wollongong announced a partnership between the University of Wollongong (UOW) and NSW Ports was initiated to explore options for ecosystem-based management of seafloor environments, which has the potential to benefit marine life not only in the waters off Port Kembla but at ports around Australia and around the globe.

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Port Kembla chosen for LNG import terminal

4 June
2018

Today, ​NSW Ports signed an exclusive​ Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with AIE (Australian Industrial Energy) to progress with the next phase of the potential development of NSW's first LNG import terminal.

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National recognition for NSW Ports CEO

25 May
2018

NSW Ports Chief Executive Officer Marika Calfas has been awarded with the Women’s Achievement in Infrastructure Award for 2018.

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NSW Ports introduces Australia's First Environmental Incentive for Shipping Lines

16 May
2018

NSW Ports will introduce an environmental incentive to apply to vessel related charges levied by NSW Ports at Port Botany and Port Kembla. NSW Ports is the first Australian port organisation to introduce such an incentive.

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NSW Ports welcomes the confirmation of funding of the Port Botany Freight Line duplication

4 May
2018

Completing the duplication of the Port Botany Freight Rail Line between Port Botany and Mascot is an essential requirement to meet the growing freight demands of Sydney and to help grow the rail transport of containers to and from Port Botany.

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New hydraulic gangway at Port Botany's Bulk Liquid Berth 1

13 March
2018

New hydraulic gangway tower at Port Botany's Bulk Liquid Berth 1 will ensure safe access to both large and small ships and improve berth efficiency by reducing berth occupancy time by over 30 minutes for each ship calling at Bulk Liquid Berth 1. Navigator Phoenix was the first ship to use the new tower.

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Joining in Clean Up Australia Day 2019

1 March
2019

Helping clean up at Yarra Bay and Molineux Point

Read More

Premature port investments will result in higher costs for NSW

18 February
2019

Launch of KPMG report Quay Conclusions: Finding the best choices for additional port capacity in NSW

Read More
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