This budget will help inject a much needed investment into the Australian shipping industry and its maritime workforce.
The recent shipping industry reforms proposed by the Australian Government commenced operation on 1 July 2012.
The Federal Court has reviewed a decision to grant Rio Tinto Shipping a variation of its temporary licence.
The Federal Court has refused recovery of some items of expenditure claimed by a cargo owner.
The Federal Court has dismissed an appeal in a case concerning the arrest of tugboats.
With Australia’s economy still performing strongly, two exciting recent announcements have been made regarding urban rail infrastructure.
A new marine safety act will provide a national set of duties for the safe maintenance and use of commercial vessels.
Queensland has become the first Australian state or territory to enact the Heavy Vehicle National Law.
Information on the European Union's banned airlines list.
What does our latest transport survey released in March 2013 tell us about the aviation industry?
The safest course of action is a single written contract that applies to all transport services provided by the carrier.
The Australian new car market has bucked retail trends, with official 2012 sales figures showing that sales increased.
Announcing the publication of the fourth Norton Rose Transport Survey.
The French Cour de cassation has held that France had jurisdiction over the Erika oil spill case.
Our new survey looks at the effects of the GFC on the shipping industry.
Norton Rose will host the next annual meeting of Shipping Emissions Abatement and Trading on Thursday 18 April 2013.
This article discusses Chinese legislation designed to manage the problem of marine pollution.
Commercial activity is not a stranger to the Arctic.
London is the financial centre considered by the survey best able to meet the financing needs of the transport industry.
The need for additional airport capacity at existing airports is seen as the most urgent infrastructure need globally.