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Update: 10 beers too many: Full Bench overturns the unfair dismissal decision of the captain
It was relevant that the employee in breach of a policy was a senior employee responsible for implementing the policies.
Australia
30 Oct 2017
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Infrastructure: third party access to bottleneck facilities made easier
The case opens the door for the declaration of services by other bottleneck facilities with no enforceable access rights.
Australia
9 Jun 2016
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Achieving better public transport outcomes through contestable franchising
Recent reports on the franchising of bus and ferry services have reinforced the case for using contestable franchising.
Australia
22 Mar 2016
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Northern Territory ports management overhauled and future Port of Darwin privatisation
The ports privatisation model intends to allow the Northern Territory and any private operator to work in partnership.
Australia
15 Jun 2015
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Getting shipshape (or one hull of a problem): incorporating policies into employment contracts
Whether a policy is incorporated into an employment contract is decided by the factual circumstances of the relationship.
Australia
11 Feb 2015
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Access to rail and port services in Queensland: how should capacity expansions and access pricing be treated?
The Qld Competition Authority released a Discussion Paper on Capacity Expansion and Access Pricing for Rail and Ports.
Australia
11 May 2013
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Marine pollution law in NSW is brought into line with MARPOL
The Marine Pollution Bill 2011 (NSW) was passed by the Legislative Assembly on 7 March 2012 and implements the MARPOL convention.
Australia
31 Mar 2012
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Ports and climate change: Acting ahead of regulation
International port experience reveals the benefits of anticipating climate change regulation.
Australia
18 Feb 2012
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Shipping dangerous goods by air - checking procedures
The whole supply chain must be familiar with the legislation governing the transport of dangerous goods by air.
Australia
10 Dec 2011
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Let the private sector improve Sydney ferry services
The commitment of the new NSW Liberal Government to involve the private sector in the operation, maintenance and leasing of the Sydney ferry fleet is good public policy.
Australia
31 May 2011
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Salvage Arbitration
There are different ways of ensuring that the salvage reward can be determined after the salvage.
Australia
2 Jul 2009
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