Darwin maritime workers fear they are being put at risk of exposure to the deadly coronavirus due to the imminent arrival of a container vessel that departed mainland China earlier this month, in c
Maritime workers have blown the whistle on a series of engine explosions on tug boats at the Port of Gladstone during the past six month, accusing exclusive towage services provider Smit Lamnalco o
The MUA actively participated in the preparation of the ACTU's submission to the Federal Government's Retirement Income Review
The VIC Branch is supporting and promoting a special
PREMIERE SCREENING of WILD BUTTERFLY on THURSDAY 12th MARCH, 6.00pm at the ASTOR THEATRE MELBOURNE.
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Launch Of Australian-First Service To Address Seafarer Isolation
SENATOR CAROL BROWN
SHADOW ASSISTANT MINISTER FOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND REGIONAL TOURISM
SHADOW ASSISTANT MINISTER FOR TASMANIA
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Wharfies are outraged after the Federal Court issued an interim injunction banning them from undertaking legally protected industrial action as part of their fight for a new workplace agreement, de
The maritime union is warning that a gaping hole has been left in Australia’s biosecurity net due to the failure to implement adequate checks for coronavirus infections on vessels arriving at Austr
Authorised by P Crumlin, Maritime Union of Australia, Sydney