New Zealand Navy to Get New Dive and Hydrographic Vessel

New Zealand Government has approved the purchase of a dive and hydrographic support vessel for the Royal New ...

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Hawaiki Submarine Cable Goes Online

Hawaiki Submarine Cable LP has started commercial operations for its 15,000 km fibre optic deep-sea cable linking ...

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New Zealand Scientists Complete Submarine Volcano Expedition

An international team of scientists with several New Zealand participants has returned from a two-month voyage in ...

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Australia and New Zealand Establish Research Ship Alliance

Australian and New Zealand scientific research organisations have recently established the first formal ...

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Industry Representatives Criticize Greenpeace Actions

The Petroleum Exploration and Production Association of New Zealand (PEPANZ) and the Ministry of Business, ...

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Greenpeace Swimmers Protest Against Seismic in New Zealand

Greenpeace activists have thrown themselves into the sea in front of the Amazon Warrior seismic vessel off the New ...

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Telco Trio Launches TGA Subsea Cable

Spark, Vodafone and Telstra have officially put in service the Tasman Global Access (TGA), ready to carry internet ...

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Hawaiki Welcomes New Zealand’s Decision to Extend Its UFB

Hawaiki Submarine Cable has welcomed the New Zealand’s Government announcement that it is rolling out faster ...

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Greenpeace Confronts Seismic Vessel Off New Zealand

Greenpeace crew have made contact with the seismic vessel ‘Amazon Warrior’ after travelling 50 nautical ...

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OMV to Resume Maari Production This Week

OMV New Zealand informed that the Maari oil field, off Taranaki coast, is set to resume production this week. The ...

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Fugro to Use LADS Tech in New Zealand Quake Investigation

Fugro’s LADS technology is being deployed in New Zealand to assist in relief efforts following the damaging 7.9 ...

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Hawaiki Landing Station Construction Begins

New Zealand’s prime minister John Key and minister of communications Amy Adams broke the soil for the Hawaiki ...

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Hawaiki Cable on Track for Mid-2018 Completion

Hawaiki Submarine Cable LP and TE SubCom have achieved another milestone with the start of the system manufacturing ...

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Report Shows Life Around Proposed Mining Area Off Taranaki

A report by the Cawthron Institute shows there are likely to be a good number of important habitats in and around ...

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Hawaiki Submarine Cable Construction Starts

Hawaiki Submarine Cable and TE SubCom announced that the contract for the Hawaiki submarine cable system has come ...

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Divers Recover Two Bodies from FV Jubilee

The bodies of two men have been found and recovered from the wreck of the fishing vessel Jubilee, which sank on ...

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Scientists Map Colville Ridge Seafloor Off New Zealand

Scientists have returned from a three-week mission to map the seafloor of the Colville Ridge, northeast of ...

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Hawaiki Cable, SIL to Build Hawaiki Submarine Cable

Hawaiki Cable and SIL Long Term Holdings Limited (SIL) have signed an equity partnership agreement to build the ...

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Diving Firm to Pay for Propeller Death Incident (NZ)

Whangarei diving company The Dive Spot Limited has been fined $50,000 and co-director and skipper Mark Andrew ...

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Extinction Warnings Issued over Maui’s Dolphins

The number of Maui’s dolphins, has reached a historic low, the latest findings show. The research says that ...

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Maari MR7A Development Well On Stream, New Zealand

Cue Energy announced that production from the Maari MR7A development well has been brought on stream, with a ...

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