The inaugural Blake Prize for Human Justice, sponsored by the Maritime Union of Australia, has been won by Victorian artist Dianne Coulter for her ceramic sculpture Cousin of Elizabeth NT.
International solidarity has helped bring bosses back to the negotiation table in 10-week-long Dublin dock dispute.
Paul Garrett said there was a great response on the day and also good positive media coverage of the event.
Judging the artworks of finalists in the Blake Prize for Human Justice, sponsored by the Maritime Union of Australia, is underway with National Secretary, Paddy Crumlin, impressed by the quality of
The Maritime Union of Australia has thrown its support behind Irish dockworkers who currently face a union busting campaign similar to the Patrick's waterfront dispute, which resulted in a signific
The Australian economy and workforce will miss a golden opportunity with the striking of the $50 billion Gorgon LNG deal with PetroChina if it is not accompanied by a significant expansion in the n
Alan Oliver has not got long to go. The seafarers' scribe and long time union activist has terminal cancer.
Voices from the Ships, Australian seafarers and their union, launched at national council in April has been shortlisted for the 2009 Frank Broeze Maritime
The 2009 MUA NT Branch Picnic day was held at the Jingili Water Gardens. It was the best turnout for a picnic in a number of years and the families that attended enjoyed a day to remember.
Port Botany wharfies in August featured in the Sydney Morning Herald for their initiative of sacrificing hours for their casual comrades. (
Authorised by P Crumlin, Maritime Union of Australia, Sydney