Discovery of freighter sunk by submarine during WWII a sobering reminder of significant sacrifice made by Australian merchant seafarers
Wharfies in Sydney and Brisbane will walk off the job for 24 hours today (Friday) to protest Hutchison Ports ongoing refusal to move away from outsourcing of jobs and overseas remote controlling of
NWSSSC (Northwest Shelf Shipping Service Company Limited) has confirmed to the MUA this afternoon that they are withdrawing their proposed sale of the LNG carrier Northwest Stormpetrel.
The Iron Chieftain will be leaving Port Kembla under tow for the long journey to its final resting place in Turkey.
In one of the worst cases of opportunism seen in the 2019 NSW State Election campaign, Liberal candidate for Davidson, Jonathan O’Dea MP, has upped the ante on just how grubby some politicians can
The maritime workers journal is the publication of the Maritime Union of Australia a division of the Construction Forestry Maritime Mining and Energy Union.
The maritime union has welcomed the granting of an exploration license for Australia’s first offshore wind project, saying it paves the way for the creation of thousands of quality regional jobs wh
The maritime union has welcomed Labor’s commitment to create a government-owned National Fuel Reserve, describing it as an essential step to protect Australia from natural disasters or global
MUA Brisbane ferry members have reached an in-principle agreement and will be returning to work on Brisbane ferries from tomorrow onwards.
Maritime workers have welcomed Labor’s commitment today that it will create a strategic fleet if elected, saying the plan will not only ensure the nation’s fuel security during times of global econ
Authorised by P Crumlin, Maritime Union of Australia, Sydney