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maritime supply chain showcase
15 May 2018
Maritime Supply Chain Showcase lauded as success
South Australia’s Defence Teaming Center (DTC), the Henderson Alliance, the Victorian Defence Alliance and AIDN Victoria and WA have celebrated the ...
fremm frigate
14 May 2018
Melbourne company secures partnership with Fincantieri
SEA 5000 bidder Fincantieri is continuing to spruik the benefits of its offerings for Australian industry, signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU)...
14 May 2018
ADF receives full suite of thermal weapons from Elbit
Elbit Systems of Australia has completed the delivery phase of the LAND 125 Phase 3C contract to supply XACT th65 thermal weapon sights to the Austra...
14 May 2018
National auditor asks Defence for new costings of naval shipbuilding plan
The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) has issued a scathing report into the government’s $89 billion Naval Shipbuilding Plan, warning of hig...
12 May 2018
Naval Group’s Australian Industry Plan released
The Australian Industry Plan (AIP) submitted by Naval Group during the Competitive Evaluation Process (CEP) for the $50 billion Future Submarine Prog...
11 May 2018
OPV tender conditions raise more questions around Future Frigates project
The government is under fire again for not mandating the use of an Australian shipbuilder for the $35 billion Future Frigates project, after Defence r...
11 May 2018
BAE Systems spruiks Australian and US opportunities
BAE Systems has confirmed it is expecting its underlyings earnings to be in line with 2017, and is anticipating to add to its order backlog with contr...
10 May 2018
Australian Naval Institute’s 2018 McNeil Prize revealed
Raytheon Australia’s Andrew Whittaker has been awarded the Australian Naval Institute’s McNeil Prize for his outstanding contribution to the capab...
10 May 2018
Preparing for the new era of war
An academic from the Macquarie University Law School has called on the United Nations Security Council to incorporate climate change in international ...
10 May 2018
Committee hands down recommendations for DFAT
A parliamentary committee has called on the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to introduce greater consistency, co-ordination, monitoring and as...
10 May 2018
Israeli aerostat company looks to grow presence in Australia
RT LTA Systems has partnered with an unnamed local partner to lease its aerostats on a pay-by-the-hour plan to defence, border security and research c...
10 May 2018
SA firm signs deal for high tech lighting for GCS
South Australian firm REDARC Electronics has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with UK-based advanced manufacturing company MARL Internationa...
10 May 2018
SEA 5000 contenders ramp up marketing as project approaches final decision
Even though bids have long closed, competition for the $35 billion Future Frigate program remains heated with contenders proactively advocating for th...
10 May 2018
Russia an overlooked player in settling North Korea nuclear issue: ASPI
In all the recent controversy over North Korea, its missiles and nuclear weapons and meetings between leader Kim Jong-un and the leaders of China, Sou...
9 May 2018
Australia to gain domestic space agency
At long last, Australia is set to get its own version of NASA, with the budget on Tuesday night providing initial funding of $41 million to get it up ...
9 May 2018
No budget surprises for Defence, funding on track to reach 2% of GDP
Tuesday night’s federal budget delivered no big surprises for Defence with funding rising as forecast, reaching $36.4 billion in 2018-19, up from $3...
9 May 2018
Government space investment a catalyst for economic, jobs growth
A leading academic has backed the announcement of a national space agency, claiming it’s Australia’s chance to step up and participate in an indus...
9 May 2018
ASC Shipbuilding wins international award
Australia’s builder of major warships, ASC Shipbuilding, has been recognised internationally, winning a maritime safety award for an in-house desig...
8 May 2018
More questions raised over OneSKY project
OneSKY, the $1.2 billion project to integrate Australia’s military and civilian air traffic control systems, is back in the spotlight despite recent...
8 May 2018
ATA slams spending on subs
The Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance (ATA) has taken aim at the government’s investment in the Future Submarines while calling on the Turnbull gover...

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