This year the Blake Society has teamed up with the MUA to award a $5,000 Blake Prize for Human Justice.
The Sydney Branch has formed a Sister port relationship with our ILWU comrades in the Port of Seattle.
2008 was another difficult and often dangerous year for trade unionists around the world, according to this year's
The film, Abandoned, but not forgotten: the plight of Burma’s migrant fishers, has been awarded “Best labour film short of 2009” by the Geneva Labour Film Shorts Festival, which will take
In an extraordinary threat of industrial tyranny Tourism and Transport Managing Director, Chris Brown, today described the negotiated settlement with Sydney Ferries as "a token" an
One of the highlights of this years' Congress was the Transport Union Federation solidarity action with our Kiwi comrades EPMU. NZ flight attendants employed by Zeal are being short changed and ar
The Maritime Union of Australia today backed calls from the Minister for Transport Anthony Albanese for the shipping industry to "get real" about reforming and revitalising the Australian shipping
Filipino crew on board the Singapore flag of convenience bulk carrier Grand Victoria loading coal in the port of Newcastle have won US$170,000 in back pay owing after intervention from the
Australian transport unions stopped traffic at the busiest intersection in Brisbane’s travel district late yesterday afternoon in support of EPMU Zeal 320 members who are in dispute with Air New Ze
“The prediction is that post 2020 coastal shipping will experience significant coastal shipping growth with the need for greater use of efficient and low-carbon methods of transport but the establ
Authorised by P Crumlin, Maritime Union of Australia, Sydney