The Dublin Port dispute has been resolved by negotiation, the parties involved announced today.Read more
Helen Gelston, wife of Dublin docker Eddie, who was forced to take redundancy at the terminal writes her thanks to MUA delegation leader Assistant National Secretary Rick Newlyn and Sydney Branch Secretary Paul McAleer for the video clip by Jamie McMechan on the Dublin Docks dispute and ILWU/MUA solidarityRead more
ITF Rally Supports Dublin DockworkersRead more
ITF Dockers' Secretary Frank Lees reports a breakthrough in the 14 week long Dublin Dockers dispute which the MUA has been supportingRead more
The MUA sent a delegation of 14 to Cork, Ireland for an ITF conference to confront the current and future expansion of the four major Global Network Terminals (GNT), DPW, APM, HPH and PSARead more
The MUA Sydney Branch rallied against Deutsche Bank in Sydney's CBD yesterday, Stop Work Meeting Day, Tuesday 29 September.Read more
A delegation of Australian wharfies joined dockworkers from 14 countries on the Dublin docks in a global solidarity mission this month.
The Australian delegation led by Assistant National Secretary Rick Newlyn marched under the Eureka and Australian flags.
Marine Terminals Limited (M.T.L.) is owned by UK based Peel Ports Group which is 49% owned by Deutsche Bank.
The company forced redundancies on a quarter of their workforce including the union delegate and slashed their wages by over 200 Euro's a week.Read more
International solidarity has helped bring bosses back to the negotiation table in 10-week-long Dublin dock dispute. Irish dockers' union leader Joe O’Flynn has written to the MUA thanking the union for supportRead more