The MUA is pleased to announce that Paul Petersen has been elected as the Queensland Branch Assistant Secretary.
The MUA’s final legal hurdle to its historic merger with the CFMEU and TCFUA has been cleared with the Fair Work Commission knocking back an appeal by rogue employer groups the Australian Mines and Metal Association and Master Builders Australia.
The Newcastle Youth Committee have been active in helping the homeless in Newcastle – raising over $4500 for Night Angels to provide support to people who sleep rough in the Hunter.
The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) says the decision today by the Federal Court to reject the massive fines sought by the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) in the Hutchison sacked-by-text scandal is a victory for common sense.
Tributes have come in from all around the world following the passing of anti-Apartheid hero Eddie Funde.
The Port Kembla Port Unions Committee is calling for an Australian jobs guarantee in construction, shipping, surface transport and operations at New South Wales’ first LNG import terminal following the announcement this week that the Illawarra is the preferred site.
It has been more than 12 months since the First Nation’s people of Australia delivered the Uluru Statement to Malcolm Turnbull.
MUA Branches from across the country and the CFMEU Victorian-Tasmanian Branch have donated $20,000 to striking Exxon/UGL workers who have been on a picket line for 350 days.
A new opportunity is available for a self-starting Organiser in Sydney, working with one of Australia’s most effective, respected and influential trade unions, the Maritime Union of Australia, a division of the Construction Forestry Maritime Mining and Energy Union.
Nappies, sanitary products and surgical masks are washing up on NSW beaches after a ship lost at least 86 shipping containers in rough seas off Newcastle.