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Doing the Spock Salute

by Jeni Bone, editor on 30 Mar 2010
Been working hard to get this newsletter out today, Telstra has not been cooperating, so sorry its so late in the day.

This week we have some interesting profile stories on a range of diverse marine businesses, as well as news from boat shows, new products and interesting research from the US and Europe.

There is a major marine industry announcement scheduled for tomorrow morning in Auckland, Richard Gladwell will be covering that for us - now do the Spock salute and you might not be far from the subject.

Please keep in touch with your own observations and opinions.

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