All MUA Branches are now collection points for the Share the Dignity Drive.
Wage theft is the largest most pervasive form of crime in South Australia. Its perpetrators are getting away with wage theft on an industrial scale because the laws and enforcement practices that
Branch members may be aware that Thomas Mayor - NT Branch MUA Deputy Secretary and the CFMMEU National Indigenous Officer - has played a significant role in helping establish the Uluru Statement fr
South Australia Branch Secretary Jamie Newlyn was a witness to the Senate Economics Legislation Committee inquiry into National Radioactive Waste Management Amendments (Site Specification, Communit
Assistant National Secretary Ian Bray and Assistant Sydney Branch Secretary Paul Garrett report that the EBA negotiations with Svitzer have stalled for a number of months now following the COVID-19
The Port Adelaide Worker’s Memorial was initiated to honour the memory of the Labor pioneers associated with Port Adelaide who established unions and campaigned for the 40 hour week.
Between the 11 and 14 August Branch Secretary Jamie Newlyn and Branch Organiser Campbell Duignan took the opportunity to travel to Whyalla, with stop overs on the return leg via Port Augusta and Po
This agreement passed its nominal expiry at the end of June. Flinders Logistics were reluctant to commence bargaining in Port Pirie until Adelaide’s agreement was completed.
Negotiations for the Part B local arrangements in Port Adelaide and Whyalla were held in the past week for respective sites.
Authorised by P Crumlin, Maritime Union of Australia, Sydney