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ANU Exhibition On 1967 Referendum Featuring WWF photos

The ANU Archives has a new exhibition On 1967 Referendum Featuring photos from the WWF, who were strong supporters of the "Yes" campaign.

 

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European Transport Workers Meet in Barcelona for 5th ETF Congress Amid Spanish Docks Chaos

Transport unions from across Europe are meeting in Barcelona this week for the European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF) congress just days after the adoption of a royal decree which could see hundreds of Spanish dockers lose their jobs.

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Offshore Update: Farstad, DOF, Mermaid Marine, ESS/Compass & Fugro

This offshore update comes after another massive win for the MUA and it’s members in Fair Work against Farstad’s campaign to sack IR’s and Cooks. 

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ITF Press Statement: Spanish ports decision “a betrayal of Spain's dockworkers”

The Spanish parliament’s vote in favour of a royal decree to reform port labour rules has prompted a swift backlash from key trade unions.

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Coroner Delays Findings into ‘Ship of Death’ Sage Sagittarius

The Coroner has delayed the release of her findings into mysterious deaths on board the MV Sage Sagittarius.

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Abbott/Turnbull Government's recommendations on the interim report of the Senate Inquiry into Flags of Convenience

Please find below the Abbott/Turnbull Government's recommendations on the interim report of the Senate Inquiry into Flags of Convenience.

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Fair Work Ombudsman Misses The Mark … Again

The Maritime Union of Australia says the Fair Work Ombudsman must get back to the task of ensuring Australian jobs after its landmark case against seven crew members of the Tandara Spirit was withdrawn.

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AFR: Fair Work Ombudsman Forced to Pull 'Game-Changing' Case Over Unlawful Strikes

The Fair Work Ombudsman has been forced to drop its landmark case against crew members of the Tandara Spirit

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MUA Says Inland Rail All About Votes When Government Should Address Coastal Shipping

The Maritime Union of Australia believes at least some of the money earmarked for the $8.4 billion Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail project could be better spent on investment in Australia’s coastal shipping sector.

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Jobs Embassy Returns To The Lawns Of Parliament House In Canberra

The MUA Jobs Embassy is on again in Budget week on the lawns out the front of Parliament House.

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