MUA waterfront fight continues - Public Service Association

MUA waterfront fight continues

The MUA is asking all members and supporters to continue their attendance at the assembly at Port Botany.

“The sacked 97 workers, despite being ‘reinstated’ by Federal Court injunction, remain in limbo for the time being,” said Assistant National Secretary Warren Smith.

“They are receiving wages but are yet to get through the gate and still require moral support in this trying time.

“The support from members, other unions and the community has been amazing up until this point and its important that we show our solidarity and that the MUA won’t be going anywhere until we secure an acceptable result.”

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On Thursday 26 August 2015 in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, [MUA] members and their supporters took the protest to Vodafone, which is half owned by Hutchison

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