The ITF has weighed into the Patrick's dispute. Please read ITF General Secretary Steve Cotton's statement below.Read more
The Maritime Union of Australia has condemned a raft of recommended changes to the modern award covering stevedoring - including increased hours and the removal of penalty rates – proposed by the nation’s major container port companies.Read more
Attention: Members of the Maritime Union of Australia employed by Patrick Stevedores Holdings Pty Limited at Port Botany
Fair Work Australia has issued an Interim Order under section 420 to stop or prevent industrial action until further order.
The Interim Order is called the Patrick Stevedores Holdings Pty Limited – Port Botany – Industrial Action Interim Order No.1 of 2013.
The Interim Order requires that there be no unprotected industrial action at Port Botany (including but not limited to bans, limitations and restrictions on the performance of work) until further order by:Read more
A reconciliation hearing is underway between stevedoring company Patricks and the Maritime Union of Australia.Read more
Fair Work Australia has issued a section 418 order to stop or prevent industrial action.Read more
The Maritime Union of Australia has reached in-principle agreement for a new enterprise agreement with Patrick Stevedores container terminals that delivers a wage deal alongside improvements in safety and training for about 1200 workers.Read more
Despite some claims to the contrary, no agreement has been reached on a new EBA for Patrick Terminals.Read more
Message of Solidarity sent from the International Transport Workers' Federation Dockers Section, to the Patrick workers of Australia.Read more
The MUA will save Patrick from itself by returning to work today.Read more
The Maritime Union of Australia has condemned Patrick Stevedores' action to stand down workers at its container terminals in Sydney, Brisbane and Fremantle.Read more