The Maritime Union of Australia is seeking an efficient and experienced Personal Assistant to support a National Official of the Union and his team, on a 10-month contract with an immediate start.
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) has expressed its condolences to the families and colleagues of three experienced dockworkers who died on Saturday in Antwerp, Belgium, after entering a ship’s hold to unload coal.
Candidates should be aware that in conformity with Sub-Rule 46(d) of the MUA Rules, they are entitled to receive upon request, the Final Roll of Voters in paper and/or electronic form provided they lodge the appropriate signed Application Form along with the relevant payment for the type of Roll requested.
The Abbott Government has appointed to the High Court the Federal Court judge Michelle Gordon, who last month was part of a full bench that struck down the Coalition's attempt to exclude foreign workers on offshore resources projects from Australian labour standards.
Consistent with the application of the Rules, the following nominations have been received and accepted. These were subject to final confirmation regarding Rule 45(e).
The Senate Inquiry into Australia’s fuel security today heard of oil giant BP’s plans to remove the tanker British Loyalty from the Australian coastal trade to be replaced with cheap foreign shipping.
This is despite a strong business case that the British Loyalty remains viable.
Members should be aware that they can elect to not receive posted election material from candidates.
The domestic and international maritime community is in mourning today following the death of the manager and founder of Hunterlink Recovery Services, Paul Karras.
Paul, 63, passed away on Friday afternoon after recently being diagnosed with liver disease.
MUA Submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into the Australian Workplace Relations Framework
The union has made a submission into the current Inquiry into Workplace Relations the full report can be read here.
This coming September marks the 20th Anniversary of one of the longest and most united industrial disputes ever seen in the history of the labour and trade union movement.