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The Reluctant Actor
— January 19, 2009
Marie Armstrong is an active member of one of Australia's oldest continuously performing theatres in the country -"New Theatre" in Newtown. Marie joined "New Theatre" at the age of 19 and has an uninterrupted association for over 60 years. Her inspiring lifelong contribution gives a passionate insight into the relationship between "Politics & the Arts".
Viva Timor Leste
— January 17, 2009
In February 2008 Union Representatives from Australia, Indonesia, Norway and New Zealand attended the 5th Anniversary Conference of the Maritime and Transport Union of East Timor (UMTTL) in Dili.
The Hungry Mile Dedication
— January 31, 2009
Guest speakers Jack Thompson, Peter Garrett, Frank Sartor & Warren Smith celebrate the renaming of Hickson Road to the "The Hungry Mile Precinct " along with MUA members at Wharf 8 Darling Harbour.
Sydney Ferries Demonstration
— February 16, 2009
Bass and Flinders have slashed the wages and conditions of their workers. The company has refused to negotiate with the union even after the MUA has recognised the company's right to operate and has agreed to establish terms and conditions suitable for the specific needs of the enterprise. Bass and Flinders have used old WorkChoices laws, rejected by the community at the last election to slash base wages by 25%; they have also cut leave by 20% on base minimum standards. We ask for the support for the workers who are simply asking for their rights at work to be protected.
Fallen Comrades Memorial Service
— August 04, 2010
NSW Premier Kristina Keneally expressed deep sorrow over the death of wharfie Stephen Piper and the awful statistic of 3 deaths on Australian wharves in 5 months. Speaking before nearly 400 maritime workers, their families, friends and dignitaries, Ms Keneally, also pledged her support - and the NSW Government's - to the Maritime Union's campaign to achieve consistent safety guidelines and regulations right across the country.
Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation Open Letter to Serbian Government
— September 13, 2009
In this video members from the ASF present an open letter to the Serbian consulate in Sydney, Australia.
Fighting For Better Seas - International Transport Workers Federation (ITF)
— October 22, 2012
The International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) is a global union body representing millions of transport workers worldwide.
Vodafone Australia Big Little Protest
— August 29, 2015
Vodafone Australia Big Little Protest - Maritime Union of Australia (MUA).
May Day Sydney 2017
— June 06, 2017
This year's May Day celebration marked 125 years since Australia's first May Day March held in 1891 by striking shearers at Barcaldine in Queensland.
International Women's Day 2017
— March 13, 2017
Thousands of women come together for the annual "International Women’s Day March" in Sydney.
A Short Portrait Of Mamdouh Habib
— February 18, 2011
Mamdouh Habib is an Australian citizen. In 2001 he was detained in Pakistan and sent to Egypt as part of the CIA program of extraordinary rendition. There he was tortured for 6 months by the Egyptian secret police. No charges were ever laid. Mamdouh has since returned to Australia and describes his fight for justice.
ASIIK City artist profile: LoveHateLove
The Inter Location Project
— November 15, 2011
ASIIK City is a festival organised by the Inter Location Project planned to occur in Melbourne (and a little bit in Sydney) across the months of October and November in 2011. The aim of ASIIK City is to bridge urban and community art practices between the two cities Jogjakarta, Indonesia, and Melbourne, Australia. LoveHateLove is a visiting artist from Jogjakarta involved in the creation of ASIIK City. He's a street artist, a Hip Hip MC, a puppeteer, a fixed gear rider, and powerful community agent. For more information about the festival please visit our website: http://interlocationproject.blogspot.com/
Climate Camp promo video
— April 24, 2008
Climate Camp Australia is happening on the 10th - 15th of July, 2008, in Newcastle, the world's biggest coal port. For more information, check out http://www.climatecamp.org.au
— November 08, 2012
The people affected by the British atomic weapons tests at Maralinga in the 1950's and 60's tell their stories.
Hutchison Ports Dispute - Let Us Back In And Work
— August 20, 2015
Hutchison Ports Dispute - Let Us Back In And Work. Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) Film Unit.
Help us keep the wildlife
— August 06, 2007
The waters around Australia are diminishing. Help us now.
Maritime Union Protest @ Toll Group
— July 02, 2014
Toll Group Management did not not know what hit them when 150 emotional MUA members occupied their offices at Homebush, Sydney. Led by Assistant National Secretary Warren Smith, slogans such as - "No more death Toll," "no more deaths on the waterfront,"
The Last Stand is coming!
The Last Stand
— June 30, 2011
Attention Australian retailers! Trashing native forests is no way to do business and we've decided that it's time to stand up. The Last Stand is coming soon to a store near you!
Socialism 2008: World Economy on the brink (Part 1).
— April 15, 2008
As first speaker on the Saturday of Socialism 2008, held at Trades Hall, Socialist Party councillor Stephen Jolly speaks about a world economy on the brink. He also asks whether China will save Australia?
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