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Wreck of SS Nemesis discovered off NSW

The Daily Telegraph Australia 25 Feb 2024
The ship disappeared in 1904 when travelling from Newcastle to Melbourne.
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Accidental discovery of NSW shipwreck sparks worldwide search

The Daily Telegraph Australia 25 Feb 2024
Under the control of Captain Lusher, the ship had left Newcastle and was bound for Melbourne when it ran into the eye of a fierce storm ... ....
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Rebels steal win, injuries to Droasese, Waqa

FBC News 16 Feb 2024
The Melbourne Rebels staged a late comeback to steal a 26-21 win ...
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Two Fiji-born players named in Rebels line-up

FBC News 15 Feb 2024
Two Fiji-born players have been named in the Melbourne Rebels side ...
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Key Drua players return for warm-up in Melbourne

FBC News 14 Feb 2024
Some experienced players have been included in the Swire Shipping ...
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LPG Carrier Towed to Safe Anchorage After Losing Propeller

The Maritime Executive 09 Feb 2024
Australian officials report they are monitoring the situation closely but that both the crew and the environment are not in any current danger from a disabled LPG carrier near Melbourne. The ship has ...
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“Under Threat of Police Brutality”: An Interview with the Port Melbourne ZIM Ship Community Picket

Sydney Criminal Lawyers 02 Feb 2024
The Port Melbourne ZIM Ship Community Picket served to successfully prevent a ship belonging to Israeli company ZIM from docking at the Port Melbourne Webb Dock, so it couldn’t pull in and deliver its goods.
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Photos of the Week: Wrapped Shuttle, Pearl Farm, Masquerade Games

The Atlantic 02 Feb 2024
The world’s largest cruise ship sets sail in Miami, scenes from the Australian Open in Melbourne, dolphins fleeing orcas ...
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Australia’s pro-Palestinian activists to continue targeting Israeli ships

Al Jazeera 29 Jan 2024
Melbourne, AustraliaPorts have emerged as the centre of pro-Palestine rallies in Australia as protesters target Israeli ships, and vessels alleged to have links with the country.
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Thousands protest in Tanzania as opposition seeks amended electoral reforms

Al Jazeera 24 Jan 2024
list of 4 itemslist 1 of 4Iran executes 2022 protester for murder. list 2 of 4Protesters block access to Israeli cargo ship in Melbourne. list 3 of 4Hundreds of thousands protest against far right in Germany ... end of list ... .
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Australian police attack pro-Palestine protests blockading Israeli ship

Press TV 23 Jan 2024
Police pepper sprayed, arrested and dispersed the protesters who gathered at Port of Melbourne on Monday, as they continued the blockade of an Israel-owned ship at the city dock for a fourth consecutive day.
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Delays expected after police intervene to remove demonstrators from port

Sydney Morning Herald 23 Jan 2024
Police clashed with Pro-Palestinian demonstrators who had blockaded a terminal at the Port of Melbourne for four days as part of an effort to prevent ships from reaching the Middle East ....
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Pro-Palestinian Activists Blockade ZIM Ship at Port of Melbourne

The Maritime Executive 22 Jan 2024
Protesters have obstructed the entrance to a terminal at the Port of Melbourne for more than three days, attempting to interfere with cargo operations on a ZIM container ship ... in Melbourne's harbor.
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Protesters block access to Israeli cargo ship in Melbourne

The Daily Telegraph Australia 22 Jan 2024
Protesters have prevented workers from entering docks to offload cargo from an Israeli cargo ship in the Port of Melbourne ....

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