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More Aussie Jobs Head Offshore as Tandara Spirit Departs

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The Australian crew of the Tandara Spirit chose yesterday to sail the vessel from Port Phillip Bay amid fears over pending court action that could have potentially cost them the family home.
 
For 20 days, both swings of the crew have bravely taken a stand by defying orders from Teekay and Viva Energy to sail the Tandara Spirit back to Singapore, where they will be made redundant.

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Letter from the Crew of the Tandara Spirit

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The crew of the Tandara Spirit wrote this open letter shortly before sailing the ship out of Port Phillip Bay en route to Singapore:

 

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The Age: Striking Tandara Spirit Crew Sail for Singapore to Avoid Court Action

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By Heath Aston: The Age 

The petrol tanker stand-off in Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay is over.

Crew of the Tandara Spirit have ended their sit-in after nearly three weeks and will sail for Singapore by midday Thursday to avoid what they say is "destructive legal action" targeting them personally.

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MUA Proud To Support White Ribbon Day

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The Maritime Union of Australia is proud to once again support White Ribbon Day, which coincides with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

The MUA has been actively engaged with White Ribbon for many years to try to eliminate violence against women.

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