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Ghana can eliminate malaria – Dr. Boateng 

Ghana Business News 25 Jun 2024
Anab-Bisi, who is also the General Manager, Health Services at the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA), said the programme helped the health providers look at the malaria data for Tema and ...
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WATCH: Humpback whale spotted at V&A Waterfront

Independent online (SA) 24 Jun 2024
If you happen to be at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town over the weekend, taking a stroll or sitting down for lunch along the harbour, you might have been in for a treat ... @viralvoyager.co Whale trapped in V&A Waterfront Harbour.
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Takoradi floating dock ship repair facility receives major boost

B & FT Online 24 Jun 2024
... dock ship repair facility at the Takoradi port ... PMD is a Ghanaian ship repair company with Free Zones Service Enterprise status and a 25-year concession from the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority.
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Aratere to dock at Picton Harbour later today, KiwiRail boss defends ships

NewstalkZB 23 Jun 2024
The Aratere was refloated by KiwiRail supported by a team of global experts and in collaboration with Maritime NZ (MNZ), Port Marlborough New Zealand (PMNZ), and Marlborough District Council Harbour Master.
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Stricken Aratere to dock at Picton Harbour this afternoon, KiwiRail boss defends ships

NewstalkZB 23 Jun 2024
The Aratere was refloated by KiwiRail supported by a team of global experts and in collaboration with Maritime NZ (MNZ), Port Marlborough New Zealand (PMNZ), and Marlborough District Council Harbour Master.
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Singapore port logjam lingers as container ships keep piling in

Gulf-Times 23 Jun 2024
... mainline service connections — a measure of how many other ports have a direct shipping link with a given harbour — for Singapore were at 148.7 in the second quarter, data from Drewry showed.
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Port Marlborough Marine Team Assists In Recovery Of Aratere

Scoop 22 Jun 2024
The Aratere will now move to a safe anchorage in Picton Harbour overnight to re-ballast and stabilise the vessel before returning to berth at Port Marlborough ... .
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'I'd take my own family on': KiwiRail boss defends ships after Aratere refloated

NewstalkZB 22 Jun 2024
At 9pm, Aratere was refloated by KiwiRail supported by a team of global experts and in collaboration with Maritime NZ (MNZ), Port Marlborough New Zealand (PMNZ), and Marlborough District Council Harbour Master.
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Aratere Refloat Success

Scoop 22 Jun 2024
At approximately 9pm tonight KiwiRail, supported by ...
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Ferry grounding: Marlborough mayor calls for 'safe and resilient' Cook Strait service

RNZ 22 Jun 2024
Meanwhile, port operators at Picton Harbour said the grounding of the Aratere would restrict recreational boaties ... Port Marlborough chief executive Rhys Welbourn said users of the Picton marina would be impacted throughout Saturday.
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Germany’s tragedy is that it isn't ready for the future

The Spectator 22 Jun 2024
This isn’t news ... Most popular. Steerpike ... And don’t forget ... With Nato a shell after the American exit, the Kremlin decides to force Russian nuclear-armed naval vessels into a European harbour. Putin demands his ships be allowed to dock at Antwerp’s port ... .
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Interislander ferry that ran aground near Picton won't be refloated until the morning

RNZ 21 Jun 2024
It would be assisted by harbour tugs, and he was confident they could do the job ... Port Marlborough said the Harbourmaster was enforcing a 500-metre exclusion zone in the harbour and would be patrolling.
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​Scape appoints trio to consultants’ framework for utilities

Building 21 Jun 2024
... services, infrastructure asset management and construction projects across sectors including ports and harbours, rail and metro, nuclear, aviation, water, renewables, energy and telecoms.

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