Thu, 13 Sep 2012 10:46a.m.
A NZ fishing company denies one of its ships failed in its duty to go to the aid of a burning trawler off the Canterbury coast.
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13/09/2012 3:42:13 p.m.
PRACTICLE: yeah, but what if there hadn't been enough help? I work on one of those ships and it can get pretty intense, specially when fires and things happen.
13/09/2012 1:04:14 p.m.
With the Korean's track record in NZ waters being so well publicised, it is a wonder they are allowed back in. Or did they have something to hide?
13/09/2012 12:44:35 p.m.
not a big deal as there were more than adequate resourses on scene.
13/09/2012 12:32:46 p.m.
13/09/2012 10:56:44 a.m.
Is anyone surprised? The Korean boats don't care about their own crews let alone anyone elses. The don't following fishing laws so why would anyone expect them to obey Maritime Safety laws
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