Pacific maritime jobs poised to benefit from Australian shipping reforms
FAIR WORK LAWS TO COVER FOREIGN SHIPPING ON OUR COAST : It is the greatest victory for the Maritime Union since 1998. And the longest fought.
The Maritime Union of Australia today urged the Federal Government to urgently adopt reforms to revitalise Australian shipping in circumstances where there are real and ongoing threats of further l
MUA calls for investigation
GLADSTONE, Sunday, July 26: The MUA crew of the Rio Tinto Marine vessel Fitzroy River refuse to sail.
The Hungry Mile has been formally re-named as an official urban space in Sydney to ensure its link to history lasts forever.
Laurie Fraser, retired Port Botany wharfie, took annual leave and set himself at the community assembly in April, 1998, the Patrick lockout for the month.
The International Transport Workers' Federation is calling on worldwide protest action against Honduras flagged ships after last month's military coup.
In what was considered a first for any International Longshore and Warehouse Union Convention, last month, I was asked by "Big Bob" ILWU President to give an address on the MUA Sydney Branch propo
ARMED men have kidnapped six crewmen from a tanker 18 n-miles off the coast of Nigeria, Fairplay reports.
Authorised by P Crumlin, Maritime Union of Australia, Sydney