Hutchison workers will continue with work bans after discussions this week where the company persisted with claims that will see automation including remote controlling and outsourcing continue to
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The MUA bargaining team continues to work toward an agreement for DPW workers in the face of quite incredible provocation from the company.
Wage theft aboard a BlueScope chartered foreign-flagged ship in Port Kembla has been exposed after intervention from the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF).
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Bill Shorten has weighed in on the Australian Shipping debate in response to the seafarers being sacked off the BHP ships Mariloula and Lowlands Brilliance.
On 21 January, the Maritime Union of Australia made a comprehensive submission to the Inquiry into a Sustainable Queensland Intrastate Shipping Industry being held by the Transport and Public Works
BHP Billiton the Anglo-Australian multinational mining company headquartered in Australia has dumped its Australian crew from two vessels that carried iron ore from Port Hedland in Western Au
The Maritime Union of Australia says a strategic shipping fleet makes sense fleet is essential on economic, employment and national security grounds, particularly for the transport of petrol and ot
Sacked crew members from the last remaining Australian iron ore vessels operated by BHP and Bluescope, the MV Mariloula and MV Lowlands Brilliance, will begin returning to Australia from tomorrow m
Authorised by P Crumlin, Maritime Union of Australia, Sydney