On this day in 1975 three hundred metres of Hobart’s Tasman Bridge collapsed into the Derwent River when it was hit by a 7000-ton bulk carrier, the Lake Illawarra.
Maritime Union of Australia offices in Newcastle, Sydney, Port Kembla, Melbourne, Devonport, Adelaide and Fremantle are now collection points for donations for the bushfire relief effort.
Members of the Maritime Union of Australia Newcastle Branch made a donation of $12,000 to the John Hunter Hospital Starlight Children’s Foundation yesterday.
MUA calls for bushfire action; protection of workers from dangerous smoke
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NSW has been under a blanket of smoke; ash has been falling in many areas, making it difficult not only to work, but to breathe.
This week we’ve been mentioned in the press in relation to our performance in the APRA Heatmap, as have most funds in the industry.
The ITF are currently now in dispute with Simosa Shipping Taiwan where it has been found that they are in breach of their ITF Agreement over a three year period which has resulted in a back wage cl
In a joint report launched by the Victorian Trades Hall Council on 8 November 2019, The MUA, ETU, AMWU and Gippsland Trades and Labour Council have outlined a series of steps to not only encourage
Lashing is the operation which secures cargo (containers, logs, cars etc.) to a ship.
Authorised by P Crumlin, Maritime Union of Australia, Sydney