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  • SMarT Funding and Tuition Fees

    SMarT Funding and Tuition Fees

    Mike Penning MP, minister for shipping, announced today that government support for maritime training (SMarT) is to be retained until at least 2015, with an annual budget of £12m. This news comes after a period of uncertainty and demonstrates a commitment on the government's part to the ongoing training of merchant seafarers. ...
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  • Costa Concordia: Our Summary

    Costa Concordia: Our Summary

    The 114,500 GT cruise ship Costa Concordia ran aground last night at around 22:30 local time off the coast of the Italian Isola del Giglio.

    The ship was carrying 3,206 passengers and 1,023 crew bound for Savona as part of a regular weekly cruise.
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  • Tuition fee rises could affect cadet funding

    Tuition fee rises could affect cadet funding

    The government's move to abolish funding for undergraduate tuition has caused some concern within the maritime training sector, with fears that future cadet intakes may have to contribute towards the cost of their tuition....
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  • Crewmember fatally injured in severe weather

    Crewmember fatally injured in severe weather

    Three crewmembers have been injured, one fatally, in the English Channel this morning. Annie PG, a 12,000 dwt product tanker operated by Pritchard-Gordon, was struck by a wave and it is believed that the force of the impact threw the crewmembers across the deck....
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  • SMarT Funding and Tuition Fees
    CharlieDelta
    Mike Penning MP, minister for shipping, announced today that government support for maritime training (SMarT) is to be retained until at least 2015, with an annual budget of £12m. This news comes after a period of uncertainty and demonstrates a commitment on the government's part to the ongoing training of merchant seafarers. ...
    23rd January 2012, 03:24 PM
  • Costa Concordia: Our Summary
    CharlieDelta
    The 114,500 GT cruise ship Costa Concordia ran aground last night at around 22:30 local time off the coast of the Italian Isola del Giglio.

    The ship was carrying 3,206 passengers and 1,023 crew bound for Savona as part of a regular weekly cruise.
    ...
    14th January 2012, 09:58 PM
  • Tuition fee rises could affect cadet funding
    CharlieDelta
    The government's move to abolish funding for undergraduate tuition has caused some concern within the maritime training sector, with fears that future cadet intakes may have to contribute towards the cost of their tuition....
    5th January 2012, 09:56 AM
  • Crewmember fatally injured in severe weather
    CharlieDelta
    Three crewmembers have been injured, one fatally, in the English Channel this morning. Annie PG, a 12,000 dwt product tanker operated by Pritchard-Gordon, was struck by a wave and it is believed that the force of the impact threw the crewmembers across the deck....
    3rd January 2012, 10:35 PM
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