The Sydney Branch has the pleasure to announce that the centre paver in the Merchant Navy memorial section of the walk at North Fort (North Head) has been laid with past and present members now abl
A delegation of 20 MUA members and officials leaves Australia this week for Cuba.
New data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics proves that being a member of a union protects workers jobs, wages and conditions
The Minister for Transport Anthony Albanese reiterated his commitment to moving forward with the shipping reform program last week at the launch of Voices from the Ships, Australian Seafarers and t
Nanotechnology is hailed as a having enormous potential in the creation of new products and devices and is now used in over 800 everyday items including some sunscreens, cosmetics, bed sheets, buil
MUA National Secretary Paddy Crumlin offers assistance to US seafarers union after latest pirate attack off Somali Coast.
Another helicopter crashed into the North Sea last week, while carrying rigs workers to shore. All sixteen people on board are confirmed dead.
My homeland is the MUA, says Maz.
His family come from Jerusalem, but after the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, like so many Palestinians lived in exile.
Paddy Crumlin, MUA national secretary and ITF executive board member will be visiting the Middle East later this year, to promote the International Transport Workers initiative to bring the worker
The newly-created fund represents the union of two of the countrys longest-running super funds. Behind the merger is a tale of two parallel struggles from adversity to eventual triumph.
Authorised by P Crumlin, Maritime Union of Australia, Sydney