Sydney Branch News

Port Authority Vessel Traffic Controllers Take Action Over Fatigue Crisis

Dangerous levels of fatigue among vessel traffic controllers is endangering individual safety and risking a shipping catastrophe, an expert report has shown.

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Sydney Branch Safety Conference: MUA Members Launch New Safety Offensive

No more deaths on the waterfront. 

That was the clear message coming out of the inaugural Sydney Branch Stevedoring Safety Conference, held on 8-9 November at the MUA Conference Centre, Sydney. 

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Ban the Bomb Rally

Sunday 6 August
1pm Hyde Park North

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Maritime Unity 2016

Read the official publication of the MUA Sydney Branch for the latest news and updates.

 

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Disclosures to the Members for the 2016 Financial Year SYD

Detailed in following document is the information required to be disclosed to the members as per the governing rules of the MUA. 

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MUA Sydney Branch AGM

The MUA Sydney Branch Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday, 29 November at Maroubra Sports Club (Malabar Rd, Maroubra) from 10am - 2pm.

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Workers Not to Blame for Hutchison Problems

The position of third stevedoring operator Hutchison has nothing to do with its enterprise agreement, despite what has been claimed in the media by commentators and unnamed sources.

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Solidarity with the Nation's First People

The Sydney Branch has thrown its full support behind the Redfern community in its determination to stop ‘The Block’ from being developed and to stop their community from being forced out of Redfern.

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Fair Go for Ferry Workers

The fundamental industrial right to collectively bargain is being denied to 50 ferry workers.

Manly Fast Ferries, which operates between Circular Quay and Manly, has adopted a whole host of anti-worker, union-busting tactics, to discourage its workforce from organising to obtain a better deal.

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MUA Numbers Strong in Sydney May Day Rally

MUA members were out in droves over the weekend taking part in May Day marches held in all capital cities and most regional towns.

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