South Australia Branch News

MUA Warns Holden Closure Will Also Impact Jobs In Industries That Support The Australian Manufacturing Sector

Australian stevedores, seafarers and workers elsewhere in the transport sector will suffer as a result of the decision by Holden to cease manufacturing vehicles in Australia in 2017, with reduced demand for steel, components and other associated materials, according to the Maritime Union of Australia.
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MUA Notifies Members On Proposed Rules Changes

Proposed Rule Changes in accordance with the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment Act 2012
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Hawke Still Has It

Recently the Labor stalwart was in South Australia and MUA delegates and officials from the local branch were treated to his presence at an election fundraiser at Adelaide’s Crowne Plaza.

Branch Secretary Jamie Newlyn said Hawke, at 83 years old, still had as much enthusiasm and passion as the time he was in office.

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Condolences For Deceased Worker At CSL/Inco’s Whyalla Operations

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) today expressed its condolences following the death of a worker who was fatally injured on board the Floating Offshore Transfer Barge (FOTB) Spencer Gulf at Whyalla, in the Upper Spencer Gulf of South Australia.
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SA Branch Report Monthly Meeting 31st July 2012

The South Australia branch leaders submit the following Branch Report:

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