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Maritime workers work in bulk facilities and in port authorities in maintenance, boat services and towage.

Published: 21 Aug 2019

WHAT: Over 2,500 signatures on petition against construction of Outer Harbour

 

WHEN: 9:15am Thursday 22 August 2019

 

WHERE: Steps of Parliament House, Perth WA 

 

Community petition against the construction of a massive outer harbour in Cockburn Sound gained steam after Westport’s announcement of Kwinana being the only option for West Australia’s future port needs.



Published: 21 Mar 2019

The maritime workers journal is the publication of the Maritime Union of Australia a division of the Construction Forestry Maritime Mining and Energy Union.

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Published: 3 Oct 2018

You can read the Maritime Workers Journal here

https://issuu.com/richardbunting8/docs/mua_ebook2018



Published: 27 Sep 2017

The latest edition of the Maritime Workers Journal is arriving in letterboxes right now. 

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Published: 18 Nov 2016

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Published: 30 Jun 2015

Click here to read the latest edition of the Maritime Workers' Journal which is available now to view electronically. 



Published: 8 Jan 2015

Click here to read the latest edition of the Maritime Workers' Journal which is available now to view electronically.



Published: 12 Aug 2014

The latest edition of the MWJ covers all of the big issues that the union and the wider-working class is facing in the wake of the election of the Abbott Government, including; attacks on shipping reform, the delivery of the most unfair Budget in recent history and the announcement of the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption. 

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Published: 28 Jul 2014

MUA members are a generous bunch and this charitable spirit was exhibited in true MUA-style last week when delegates attending the 2014 Tugboat Conference pieced together more than $1000 to help a three-year-old boy.



Published: 22 Jul 2014

More than 35 tugboat workers from around the country have descended on the MUA’s specialised training facility at St Georges Basin to kick-off the 2014 Towage Conference.

Joining the Australian contingent was a special guest from Seattle - America’s Inland Boatmen’s Union President - Alan Cote.

Cote gave delegates a more international perspective on the issues the towage sector faces in North America.



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