Maritime Union of New Zealand Blog
A delegation of Maritime Union members from Nelson have commissioned a memorial shield to take to the seventh anniversary of the Pike River Mining disaster on November 19.
The Maritime Union of New Zealand was formed in 2002 when the New Zealand Waterfront Workers’ Union and the New Zealand Seafarers’ Union joined together. We represent waterfront workers, seafarers and related workers in New Zealand.
MUNZ was pleased to offer a warm welcome to Jacinda Ardern, Labour leader and Prime Minister of New Zealand, at our November National Council Meeting.
Union leaders and activists from around New Zealand were joined by Wellington branch in protest outside the Papua New Guinea High Commission on Thursday November 1st.
Contact your branch about tickets, or contact event organiser (and MUNZ National President) Carl Findlay directly.
New Zealand needs a balanced, efficient and affordable transport system. It must be safe, accessible, environmentally sustainable and flexible enough to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
During the Second World War, thousands of New Zealand seafarers volunteered to serve in the Merchant Navy.
With great sadness we must report that Jimmy Rosser, stalwart seafarer and life member of MUNZ, passed away on Saturday 15th July.
National Secretary Paddy Crumlin and General Secretary of MUNZ Joe Fleetwood sadly report that friend and comrade of the MUA, MUNZ and the ITF and long term leader of the Indonesian Seafarers Union and...
International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) unions from around the world are gathering in Stockholm, Sweden for the first meeting of the federation’s new automation working group.