Port Matters newsletter
Stories from the ports and harbours of New South Wales.
Port Matters is our quarterly newsletter packed with videos, features, news and maritime stories from the ports and harbours of New South Wales.
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• Port Matters issue 10: spring 2020
We look to the future of Australia's maritime workforce through two maritime training programs and look back at the history and harbour masters of one of NSW's most important regional ports: the Port of Eden.
• Port Matters issue 9: winter 2020
See how seafarers visiting NSW are being helped with the impacts of isolation, plus find out what happens when a whale strays into Sydney Harbour.
• Port Matters issue 8: summer 2019
We put our Vessel Traffic Services teams on the radar, our marine pilots show some seasonal cheer to seafarers in Port Botany, plus a Q&A with our new CEO Philip Holliday.
• Port Matters issue 7: spring 2019
For World Maritime Day, we pay tribute to the many women at Port Authority keeping our ports safe and secure, plus watch how we keep our ports open to the world.
• Port Matters issue 5: autumn 2019
Take a look at the vital role our working ports and harbours play in New South Wales, plus an interview with our newest cadet making his way in the maritime industry.
• Port Matters issue 4: summer 2018
As Sydney gears up to enjoy the season on the harbour, we have some advice on how to stay safe on the water and keep clear of the biggest vessels in our ports.
• Port Matters issue 2: winter 2018
Find out how we led a full-scale emergency response exercise in Port Kembla and discover some other ways we work to protect the ports, harbours and marine environments of New South Wales.
• Port Matters issue 1: autumn 2018
Discover how marine pilots keep ships safe and why the pilotage service is still essential to Sydney's maritime safety over two centuries since it first began.
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