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28
Jan

AMSA working to increase Indian Ocean search and rescue capability

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) commenced its search and rescue (SAR) capability partnership program this week with counterpart agencies in Sri Lanka, the Maldives and Mauritius.   This program is being delivered as part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s ‘Government partnerships for development’ program, which provides funds to eligible Australian public

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18
Sep

New Zealand Search and Rescue Council has recognized the U.S. Antarctic Program

The Australian and New Zealand Search and Rescue Conference will be held at Jupiters Gold Coast in 2015. Join us to hear the latest news and information on Search and Rescue. Please visit the website http://sar.anzdmc.com.au for more information. New Zealand Search and Rescue Council honours outstanding joint achievement of U.S. and New Zealand Antarctic

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16
Sep

Row, row, robo-boat: Building the search-and-rescue vessels of the future

These young roboticists are building the first generation of driverless boats that can think for themselves in an emergency. Next month they will test their maritime mettle at the first-ever international marine robotics competition, in Singapore. The QUT team is one of 15 selected from universities in five countries, and a strong contender among Australia’s

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15
Sep

A rescue of a different kind

Surfers couldn’t believe their eyes, as reported by Alex Lazcano for Daily Mail Australia on 7 September 2014. Two surfers, Scott Dennis and Jason Finlay were in the water surfing at Brawley Point on the south coast of New South Wales when they spotted what looked like an animal in the water. The surfers thought

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