The Maritime Union of Australia is pleased to announce that the maritime worker at the centre of an industrial dispute at the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) at Webb Dock in Melbourne has been reinstated on pay.
A report released today by the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) shows that the industrial turmoil plaguing the operations of embattled global port operator International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) has spread to its flagship terminal in Melbourne, Australia.
Paddy Crumlin, President of the ITF said today that ICTSI has imported its anti-worker business model, which has led to protracted disputes and protests around the world, to the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) terminal at Webb Dock.
The MUA Sydney Branch rallied outside the live recording of the ABC’s QandA program on December 11, targeting special guest Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Today the Supreme Court of Victoria handed down the following orders against the MUA.
Workers and their families rallied today at the Darwin Local Court in support of the family of a seafarer who was killed at Hudson Creek in January of this year.
A maritime worker at the centre of an industrial dispute at the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) at Webb Dock in Melbourne has been granted a security clearance by federal authorities, rubbishing claims by the company that he was ineligible.
On this episode of Radio Stingray we report on the historic amalgamation result. The massive turnout for the Stop the War on Workers Rally. Listen by clicking here.
Streets and Taubmans workers back in the gate.
The MUA had the following orders handed down against it in the Supreme Court on Friday and has complied as required.
Diversion won’t work: Parliament must stop government’s attempt to give big banks more power over working peoples’ superannuation
Statement from ACTU Assistant Secretary Scott Connolly
The weak Prime Minister and his divided government's attempt to take the focus away from the big banks’ scandals, and direct it at well performing industry super, treats the Australian public like mugs.
The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) says an ongoing dispute at Webb Dock at the Port of Melbourne is indicative of labour rights abuses regularly adopted by notorious global stevedoring giant International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI).