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MUA Support Cuban 5

During the trip to Cuba for May Day the MUA delegation met with the families of the Cuban 5.

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Union To Provide Detailed Response To Port Security Report

The Maritime Union has only just received the report from the Office of Transport Security on port security and will be examining the 75-page document and making a considered and detailed response.

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Union Donates To Kinglake Kids

The Maritime Union of Australia along with its members and staff had the have donated $10,000 to the Middle Kinglake Primary School.  This donation will assist in the replacement of Equipment lost in the horrendous bushfires on Black Saturday 2009.  The Maritime Union of Australia hope the donations will go a little way to putting a smile on the faces of the children effected by the bushfires.

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Union Donates $85,000 To Bollygum Bushfire Charity

The Maritime Union of Australia has donated  $85,000 for the specific purpose of the development of the Bollygum Park Facility in Kinglake.   The MUA would like to thank all those who contributed to this charitable cause.

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Java Earthquake Message Of Solidarity

On hearing of the recent earthquake in West Java, Indonesia, which has left at least 59 dead and many hundreds more injured, missing or homeless, the Maritime Union has sent a message of solidarity to the Indonesian Seafarers' Union (KPI).

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New Oz Ship Welcomed

Barrington's 20th birthday is being celebrated this week with the announcement the ageing Teekay tanker will be replaced with a new Australian flagged vessel.

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Human Justice Now a Winner in Blake Prize

The inaugural Blake Prize for Human Justice, sponsored by the Maritime Union of Australia, has been won by Victorian artist Dianne Coulter for her ceramic sculpture Cousin of Elizabeth NT.

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Irish Dockers Thanks To The MUA

International solidarity has helped bring bosses back to the negotiation table in 10-week-long Dublin dock dispute. Irish dockers' union leader Joe O’Flynn has written to the MUA thanking the union for support

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Human Justice - Blake Art Award

Judging the artworks of finalists in the Blake Prize for Human Justice, sponsored by the Maritime Union of Australia, is underway with National Secretary, Paddy Crumlin, impressed by the quality of the entries.

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Gotta ♥ Sydney Ferries

Paul Garrett said there was a great response on the day and also good positive media coverage of the event.

He said he believes Sydney Ferries has turned the corner since a series of incidents in recent years and has now dramatically improved the service.

 

“This is not the time to switch to the private sector – it’s a myth that privatising would make this service more efficient.

 

“We’re now looking at a situation where we have an alliance of unions, workers and passengers who will fight hard to keep Sydney Ferries public.

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