Today we face a challenge as great as any we have faced before and certainly the most significant since the Patrick dispute in ‘98.
Earlier this year, the Fair Work Commission decided to cut penalty rates for some of Australia's lowest paid workers.
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Yesterday marked one year since Toll delegate Anthony Attard was killed on the wharf at Melbourne and to commemorate the occasion members held a ceremony at his workplace.
Please contact the Vic branch of the MUA or any of the state officials for more details – we need our members to get behind this action and support Australian Seafarers.
As part of putting the pressure on BP for dumping its Australian crew off the vessel, the British Loyalty, an ongoing picket has been set up at its Melbourne headquarters.
On March 26 2015, the same day the Federal Court Judge made a favourable ruling against the 457 visa workers, the Victorian women's committee had their second official meeting.
As tens of thousands of workers around the nation took to the streets yesterday to stand up for their rights at work, new national accounts figures proved that the Government must urgently change its direction.
The latest in a series of fuel security rallies took place on Melbourne’s Southbank, outside of fuel major – Exxon/Mobil’s- office.
Members handed out thousands of tanker campaign leaflets and had many conversations with the public. Hundreds of signatures were also collected for a petition.
Trade union officials are calling on all unionists, environmentalists and anyone with a social conscience to support the people of El Salvador in their sovereign right to dictate land use in their Central American country.