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Newcastle maritime, construction workers join forces to support Hunter Women’s Centre

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Local maritime and construction workers have joined forces to raise more than $10,000 to support the vital work of the Hunter Women’s Centre during the challenging Christmas period.

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MEDIA RELEASE: Lead exposure concerns on Aburri barge highlight need for reform of Northern Territory safety regulator: Maritime union

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Concerns have been raised about the lack of maritime expertise among inspectors from the Northern Territory safety regulator following reports by former crew members of safety concerns involving the transfer of lead-zinc concentrate from the McArthur River Mine.

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Notice of application for alteration of Rules of The Maritime Union of Australia Division

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Please follow the link to view Notice of Particulars of Rule Alterations filed today in the Fair Work Commission.

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NT Government urged to introduce industrial manslaughter laws following “paltry” $190,000 fine following preventable death of worker

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The Maritime Union of Australia has urged the Northern Territory Government to introduce industrial manslaughter legislation after Darwin shipping company Conlon Murphy was fined just $190,000 for the preventable death of Daniel Bradshaw in January 2017.
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