Letters of support flood MUA/CFMEU HQ in Sussex Street
Protected action in offshore industry justified
Delegates to the ITF Oceania Seminar in Sydney today called for an sub regional office to help organize workers in the Pacific, provide training, create jobs, and highlight the plight of islanders
Things can go pear shaped in our lives from time to time. Losing on the Melbourne Cup can be tough. Losing your car keys is worse, depending on what sort of car you’ve got.
The Maritime Union is growing - up from just over 9000 members in 2003 to just under 12,000 members in 2009 - and most of the growth is in the west
Australian maritime workers were the first to impose bans on Dutch ships during the Indonesian struggle for independence (1945-49) So began a long history of solidarity between Indonesian and Austr
New faces are the hallmark at national office as two of the union’s most senior distinguished officials retire and two branch officials in their prime make their way to MUA HQ.
Australia must stand by its Pacific neighbours on climate change
Pacific Islands most vulnerable
Residents of Balmain come out in support of Sydney Ferries at Local Council meeting and call on the State Government to retain Sydney Ferries in public hands.
Authorised by P Crumlin, Maritime Union of Australia, Sydney